Eighth-ranked San Jose State University faces its fourth top-10 ranked team in its last five matches when the team travels to Los Angeles for a March 7 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation women's water polo match against #2-ranked University of Southern California.
San Jose State (8-9, 1-2 MPSF) has three wins this season against top-10 ranked teams including a 9-8 win against then #9-ranked Loyola Marymount on February 21 in the UC Irvine Invitational. Since then, the Spartans have lost a pair of matches to Stanford when the Cardinal was ranked #-2 and #1, respectively, one to #6-San Diego State and one to #5-California.
Dani Curran continues to lead the Spartans in scoring with 35. She scored twice in the February 28 match at #1-Stanford. Juliet Moss is next, one goal away from her third consecutive 30-goal season for San Jose State.
USC (11-1, 1-0 MPSF) hosts Long Beach State on March 6 before taking on the Spartans.