Junior National Teamer Stanzi Moseley Gives USC Their First Verbal Commit From Class of ’16

High school junior Stanzi Moseley has committed to the USC Trojans.

High school junior Stanzi Moseley has committed to the USC Trojans.

Junior National team member Stanzi Moseley has verbally committed to swim for the University of Southern California. Moseley is one of the nation’s top freestylers from the class of 2016.

Over the summer, Moseley won the 200 freestyle at the Junior National Championships in Irvine, CA with her time of 1:59.88. She is also a 3-time junior national champion in short course yards and holds the Jr National Meet record in the 200 freestyle.

With best times of 22.11 in the 50 freestyle, 48.29 in the 100 freestyle, and 1:44.55 in the 200 freestyle, she will be a huge asset for the Trojans, both individually and on relays. She has also qualified for the 2016 US Olympic Trails in the LCM 50, 100, and 200 freestyles.

“I am very excited to become a part of the USC Trojan family.  Dave Salo and the rest of the coaching staff are exactly what I am looking for to help me achieve my swimming goals. I love how energetic the team is and how they use that energy to push themselves as athletes. I also feel very lucky to have the opportunity to grow and be challenged academically at such a great university. ”

“Committing this early is a little uncommon, but it will allow me to focus my full attention on getting ready for Olympic Trials in June of 2016. I feel confident that this is a place where I can grow and reach my full potential.  I can’t wait to be a Trojan!”

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Congrats to Stanzi and her friends, family, and coaches! Can’t wait to see you swim towards 2016!

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