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It's on to the semis for American women in water polo

The U.S. Olympic women's water polo team advanced to its fifth consecutive Olympic semifinal round, beating Brazil, 13-3, on Monday in the quarterfinals at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium.

Stanford's Maggie Steffens, Mackenzie Fischer and Kiley Neushul each scored twice for the Americans (4-0, 38-2) while Cardinal grad Melissa Seidemann and Menlo Park resident KK Clark also scored.

Team USA meets Hungary in the semifinal on Wednesday.

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It's on to the semis for American women in water polo

Uploaded: Tue, Aug 16, 2016, 8:53 am

The U.S. Olympic women's water polo team advanced to its fifth consecutive Olympic semifinal round, beating Brazil, 13-3, on Monday in the quarterfinals at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium.

Stanford's Maggie Steffens, Mackenzie Fischer and Kiley Neushul each scored twice for the Americans (4-0, 38-2) while Cardinal grad Melissa Seidemann and Menlo Park resident KK Clark also scored.

Team USA meets Hungary in the semifinal on Wednesday.

Read this story and see more local sports news on PASportsOnline.com.

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