UCLA and USC, the top two seeded teams in the NCAA women's water polo tournament, advanced to the semifinals after blowout victories Friday at Ann Arbor, Mich.
Top-seeded UCLA used a 10-goal first quarter and rolled to a 22-2 victory over Wagner.
Brittney Bowlus led the Bruins (31-0) with four goals. Gabrielle Domanic, Kelly Rulon and Thalia Munro each scored three goals for UCLA, which will face Hawaii today.
Hawaii advanced with a 12-8 victory over Loyola Marymount. Stacia Peterson scored four goals for Loyola.
UCLA has defeated Hawaii three times this season, including a 10-5 semifinal victory in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation tournament last month.
Defending national champion USC (24-4), seeded second, got three goals apiece from Brittany Hayes and Miranda Nichols in an 18-2 victory over Redlands.
Kelly Phillips and Meghan Rosenberger scored the goals for Redlands.
The Trojans will next face Stanford, which defeated host Michigan, 7-2, in another quarterfinal game. Hannah Luber led the Cardinal with three goals.
After beating Stanford twice earlier this season, the Trojans lost to the Cardinal, 9-5, in the semifinals of the MPSF tournament.
Dianne Matias and Carine Vermeulen did not lose a game in singles and the USC women's tennis team rolled to 4-0 victory over visiting Illinois Chicago in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
The Trojans today will face Arizona State, which defeated San Diego State, 4-0.
At UCLA, Laura Gordon lost only one game in singles and teammate Daniela Bercek lost only two to lead the Bruins to a 4-0 win over Illinois State.
UCLA today will face Washington, which defeated Long Beach State, 4-0.
With victories today, USC and UCLA would advance to next week's round of 16 at Athens, Ga.
USC's Drew Hoskins defeated Southern Methodist's Gwinyai Chingoka, 6-3, 6-3, to clinch a 5-2 NCAA first-round victory for the Trojan men's tennis team at Seattle.
USC today will face host Washington, a 4-0 winner over Oral Roberts.
Today, UCLA will play host to Manhattan in a first-round match. In another local first-round match today, Pepperdine will play host to UC Irvine.
Second-round winners will advance to next week's round of 16 at College Station, Texas.