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USA women beat Hungary in water polo friendly

 

Menlo Park resident KK Clark scored twice and the United States women's Olympic water polo team downed Hungary, 11-6, in an exhibition game in Greenwich, CT on Wednesday night.

Stanford grads Kiley Neushul and Melissa Seidemann also scored for the Americans, who won their 11th straight match.


KK Clark
The U.S. has one game remaining with Hungary, to be played at Fordham in the Bronx at 10 a.m. Saturday.

The Americans will then host Russia in a series of exhibitions on the west coast between July 21-27.

Clark wrote on her Instagram account, "Get your tickets now for our game at Stanford on July 27 vs. Russia! It is our last game at home before we take off for Rio! They are selling out quickly! Rumble to Rio."

Also:

Stanford grad Maya DiRado dancing all the way to Rio

Chiney Ogwumike: "We're all teammates."

Andrew Luck

Doug Baldwin, Jr.

Katie Ledecky

— Palo Alto Online Sports

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