USA Men’s Water Polo To Welcome Spain & Serbia For North Texas New Year’s Showcase

Courtesy: USA Water Polo

Irvine, CA – December 12 – The North Texas New Year’s Showcase is set to begin on December 28 as the USA Men’s National Team welcomes international powers Spain and Serbia for six days of competition culminating on January 3. The matches will take place in the Dallas area with the first three at the LISD Westside Aquatic Center (1750 Duncan Ln, Lewisville, TX 75067) and the final three at the SMU Robson & Lindley Aquatics Center and Barr-McMillion Natatorium (5550 SMU Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75206). All matches will stream live at with live stats provided by 68 Sports at Tickets for all matches are available by clicking here, with multi-game passes available for each venue.

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Game Schedule:
December 28 USA vs. Serbia at 7pm ct/5pm pt
December 29 Spain vs Serbia at 7pm ct/5pm pt
December 30 USA vs. Spain at 7pm ct/5pm pt
January 1 Spain vs Serbia at 7pm ct/5pm pt
January 2 USA vs. Serbia at 7pm ct/5pm pt
January 3 USA vs. Spain at 7pm ct/5pm pt

Team USA will have their full complement of athletes from the 2022 FINA World Championships in Budapest, Hungary. Two-time Olympians Alex BowenLuca Cupido, and Ben Hallock lead the way with fellow Olympians Hannes DaubeThomas DunstanDrew HollandJohnny HooperMax IrvingBen StevensonMarko Vavic, and Dylan Woodhead in tow. Tyler AbramsonChase DoddJake EhrhardtMatt Farmer, Tommy Gruwell, Kacper LangiewiczMason McQuetJack Turner, and Adrian Weinberg are all part of the group expected to compete. Competition rosters for all three nations will be announced closer to the start of competition.

The United States lost to Serbia twice at the 2022 FINA World Championships, 17-13 in Group Play and 13-10 in the 5th Place match. The Spaniards won Gold at the World Championships as the Serbians and Americans took fifth and sixth, respectively. Team USA claimed Silver at the 2022 FINA World League Super Final in Strasbourg, France without facing Serbia or Spain. Spain earned Bronze at the World League Super Final and Serbia finished in fifth place again.

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