Stanzi Moseley has committed to transfer to the University of Tennessee, after having spent her freshman year at the University of Southern California.
“I am excited to announce that I will be transferring to the University of Tennessee this fall!”
Moseley, who grew up in Bakersfield and was homeschooled, was part of a USC recruit cohort that also included Abby Miller, Becca Mann, Catherine Sanchez, Louise Hansson, Piper Brockley, and Tatum Wade. She was one of the top sprinters in the high school class of 2016, with Olympic Trials qualifying times in the 50/100/200 freestyles.
Moseley was a Junior National Team member and competed for the U.S. at 2015 Junior World Championships. Her top times as of August 31, 2016, prior to joining the Trojans were:
Her freshman campaign at USC culminated in a sixth-place finish in the 200 free (1:43.98, a personal best by 5/10) at Pac-12s, an eighth in the 100 free (48.22), a 12th in the 50 (22.32), and a spot on the Trojans’ 200 and 400 free A relays.
She represented the Trojans at NCAAs in the 50/100/200 free, and although she did not final in any of the individual events, Moseley earned All-American honors for her legs on USC’s 200/400/800 free relays.
Moseley will have an immediate impact on the Vols’ results. She would have won the 200 free at 2017 SECs; moreover she would have been the only Volunteer in the A final. She also would have joined rising junior Maddy Banic in the A finals of the 50 and 100 frees, and been the fastest leg on Tennessee’s 400 and 800 free relays.