Despite being held almost 3,000 miles from Southern California, the NCAA men’s water polo championships this weekend will have a distinct Los Angeles flavor.

Three of the teams that qualified for the Final Four in Princeton, N.J. are from the L.A. area: UCLA, Loyola Marymount and USC. UCLA and Loyola Marymount each won its conference tournament, while USC qualified as an at-large. The fourth team in the bracket, Princeton, also won its conference tournament and will get the chance to play for the championship in its home pool

Having earned the second seed, UCLA will face third-seeded Loyola Marymount in a semifinal match on Saturday. It will mark the third meeting of the season between the Bruins and the Lions, with UCLA having won the first game by four goals and the second by five. A win in the semifinals would set up a potential rematch with USC in the championship game on Sunday.

“Things in the national tournament are definitely up in the air,” UCLA junior attacker Ben Hohl said. “We know that we’re good enough to beat ‘SC, but we also can’t overlook anyone.”