Air Force will be taking on St. Francis for third place at the 2012 NCAA water polo tournament.
Air Force is in their first NCAA water polo tournament since 1994, and have a stiff challenge in their first game which is against USC.
Air Force defeated top-seeded UC San Diego in the WWPA finals to earn their first NCAA tournament berth since 1994.
If Air Force can win Sunday afternoon then they will be going to their first NCAA Tournament since the field reduced to four teams.
The Air Force Falcons defeated LMU and are now one game away from winning their third WWPA conference title.
The Air Force water polo team is a three seed at the WWPA championships. The tournament is being hosted by Whittier College from Nov. 16 - 18.
Air Force goes on the road in a big WWPA match as they face UC San Diego on Thursday night at 7 p.m. MT.
Air Force co-captain Brad Rajchel became the third Air Force player to be named the WWPA player of the week.
No. 13 ranked Air Force hosts their second game of the season, they are taking on No.17 UC Davis at 1 p.m.
There was virtually no movement in the Week 6 CWPA poll. Air Force however did gain a few more votes.
Air Force finally gets to play their home opener, and on Sunday at 1 p.m. MT they will have No. 18 Santa Clara
The WWPA season is underway and Air Force is sitting in fourth place, but they are in the thick of the regular season race.