With just one regular season game remaining, the UCLA men’s water polo team has a couple things on its agenda.

One point of emphasis is ensuring an above .500 conference record: For the Bruins, a win over conference rival UCSB on Sunday at Spieker Aquatics Center would achieve that mark.

Perhaps more importantly, No. 4 UCLA (18-6, 4-3 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation) will look to sharpen its execution in preparation for the MPSF playoffs to be held at the end of November.

The match will come at the conclusion of a busy weekend for No. 10 UCSB (12-11, 1-4), which plays UC Irvine on Saturday in Santa Barbara before making the trip down to Westwood the next day. UCSB’s season has been marked by inconsistency, with the Gauchos registering two big wins over Pepperdine and losing to No. 1 USC by just two goals at one point but also falling to those same Trojans by double-digit goals in two separate meetings.