NCAA champion Cristian Quintero not competing for USC this fall, will return at semester, per team website
Last year’s NCAA 500 free champ Cristian Quintero will not be competing for the USC Trojans during this fall semester, but will resume intercollegiate competition in the second semester, according to the school’s website.
NCAA Champion Cristian Quintero will lead Venezuela to the CACG in Veracruz, Mexico in November.
The biggest story of the 2013-2014 season for USC is also the biggest story of the 2014-2015 season for USC: the emergence of junior Cristian Quintero as a true college swimming superstar.
USC captains Cristian Quintero and Kendyl Stewart have been honored as the representatives in USC’s “The 21” program. The 21 is a…
Cristian Quintero is back for the Trojans, who end their men’s season with three straight road meets against defending NCAA champs Cal, the Stanford Cardinal and the Utah Utes.
The men’s 200 final at Los Angeles Invitational featured a great finish from internationals Alexander Sukhorukov, Kurt Herzog, and Cristian Quintero.
Nathan Adrian smoked the field from lane 8, winning the men’s 100 free in 48.32 at Los Angeles Invitational on Friday, July 18.
Ella Eastin and Haley Anderson both qualified for the championship final of the women’s 400 IM at LA Invite.
2014 NCAA Champion Cristian Quintero has been named a team captain for the 2014-2015 season, despite having been confirmed last year to have exhausted his eligibility.
Chelsea Chenault and Andi Murez started off Saturday night’s final session of the TYR Fran Crippen Memorial Swim Meet Of…
Corey Okubo presented a very good two-victory night on the first full day of events at the 2014 Fran Crippen Memorial Swim Meet of Champions.
Olympic gold medalist Jessica Hardy (pictured) and World Champs silver medalist David Plummer are among the headliners of the meet, which runs Thursday through Sunday.
BJ Johnson stayed on fire into the final session of the Speedo Grand Challenge in Irvine. The Stanford grad blew away a tough 200 breast field to win in 2:12.11.
Maya DiRado is starting out her professional career on the right foot. The Stanford grad won two more races on night two of the Speedo Grand Challenge, picking up her second and third winners paychecks of the meet so far.
California college and professional stars dominated the first night of action at the Speedo Grand Challenge event in Irvine. Maya DiRado, Cristian Quintero, Jessica Hardy and Mike Alexandrov were among the winners on night 1.