SANTA CLARA, Calif. - The Santa Clara women's water polo team hosts San Diego State University on Saturday in a Golden Coast Conference matchup before traveling to face Sonoma State on Sunday.
The Broncos (11-14, 1-4) play the Aztecs (12-13, 4-1) at 1 p.m. on Saturday at the Sullivan Aquatic Center and face the Seawolves (6-15) at noon on Sunday at Dr. G. Edward Rudloff Pool.
San Diego State is the second to last conference game for Santa Clara.
"Both games this weekend are big, but San Diego State is a conference game, so that's really where our focus has been this week," Santa Clara head coach Keith Wilbur said. "Last weekend, we struggled offensively, so we've been working on better execution versus different types of defenses, and also having a more aggressive scoring mentality."
The Broncos demonstrated their offensive strength earlier this year in the Santa Clara Invitational. In the matchup against Sonoma State, the Broncos prevailed 9-3.
"We did beat Sonoma State, but that was earlier in the season, and I expect they will be stronger," Wilbur said. "We'll be traveling and playing in their pool, and it's tougher playing them on the road. It should be good competition."
Next up, the Broncos host Pacific the following Saturday at noon. This is Santa Clara's final regular-season game before the GCC Championships in Los Angeles.
Single-game tickets are available for $6. Click here to purchase online or contact the ticket office weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. at (408) 554-4660 or [email protected]. Sullivan Aquatic Center, as well as its ticket office, is open one hour prior to the start of the game.
For weekday games, the Leavey Center lot, located on Accolti Way off El Camino Real, is free beginning one hour prior to the start of the game. Any other parking facility on campus will be subject to normal daily rates or restrictions, including the main structure, located on Palm Drive. During the weekend, campus parking facilities are free (except for permit required locations). Click here for a campus map and parking restrictions.