The USC men’s women’s swimming and diving teams return to dual meet action this weekend, hosting Pac-12 rivals Arizona State on Friday and Arizona on Saturday.
The USC swimming team opens the regular season with the Trojan Invite with a Friday session at 2 p.m. as well as Saturday sessions at 8:30 and 11: 30 a.m. at the Uytengsu Aquatics Center.
Alexei Sancov will be relied upon heavily during his freshman campaign with the USC Trojans.
Cal’s class is very small, but it does feature the #1 swimmer in the class: one Reece Whitley.
After going 51.00 earlier in the year, Jack Conger is poised to join the elusive sub-51 club at Nationals in the 100 fly.
Kelly Pash was part of the Carmel girls’ incredible 31st straight IHSAA team title.
Alex Zettle is one of many top-end commits for the incoming Texas class of 2022.
The Bolles boys extended their winning streak to 30 straight state titles with a dominant 350 points. On the girls’ side, Bolles extended their streak to 28 with 333.5 points.
The girls’ 100 fly should once again be one of the best races of the meet and will feature State Record holder Jessica Nava of Westminster Academy.
Benjamin’s Alessandra Baldari is already looking sharp this season, scoring an AA-A time and setting 3 new Pool Records in district 10.
We’ve put together all the information you need to follow the series, along with the defending champions of each district.
Sean Ward of La Serna High School and BREA Aquatics will swim for neighboring University of Southern California next fall.
Reece Whitley, the #1 recruit in the class of 2018, verbally committed to Cal on June 17, 2017.
It’s that time of year again where we at SwimSwam rank out the top 20 high school swimming prospects in the upcoming NCAA recruiting class. This is arguably the best breaststroke class we’ve ever ranked, headed by Junior World Champs silver medalist Reece Whitley.
Ariel Spektor, a junior at the Bolles School, has verbally committed to swim at USC beginning with the 2018-19 season.