The London Olympics-bound U.S. women's water polo team will be seeking a four-game sweep of Hungary when the teams' California exhibition series concludes Sunday at Corona del Mar High at 3 p.m.
The match will air live on NBC Sports Network.
Team USA has outscored its future Olympic opponent, 38-22, in the series, which started July 2 at Stanford.
The U.S. women and Hungary will open the London Games against each other in a Group A match on July 30.
Hungary finished third at the European championships in January behind champion Italy and runner-up Greece.
In first three matches of the series, attacker Courtney Mathewson (Canyon), pictured center, leads a balanced U.S. attack with seven goals. Lauren Wenger and Maggie Steffens are tied for second with six goals apiece.
Goalie Tumua Anae (Corona del Mar), pictured at far left, leads Team USA with 16 saves in the series.
Center Annika Dries (Laguna Beach), pictured at far right, has scored two goals in the series.
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