USC freshman Louisse Hansson won the 200 free and posted the fastest 100 back time of the night from the B-final.
The Trojans have brought in more than enough talent to keep their relays intact, and could easily find themselves matching or improving on their 6th place finish from last season.
Kenisha Liu of Brea Aquatics stole the show at the Roseville Sectional Championships, winning four individual events on the weekend.
Tom Shields went 52.1 and Kendyl Stewart 58.8 in their 100 butterfly races to close the 2016 Fran Crippen Swim Meet of Champions (SMOC).
Katie McLaughlin picked up her first event win since suffering a neck injury in January, while Abbey Weitzeil completed a sprint sweep at the Fran Crippen Swim Meet of Champions (SMOC).
The 200 medley relay is a fascinating mixture of storylines that should really center around a pair of rivalries from the Pac-12 and ACC.
A number of stars have cleared out of the Pac-12 since last year, but Olympian Lia Neal leads a loaded Stanford crew looking to knock off defending NCAA champs Cal.
The Trojan men were able to avenge last year’s loss while the women extended their streak to five straight over the Badgers
Madisyn Cox of Texas won the 200 IM at tonight’s Texas Invite, hitting the fastest time in the NCAA this season and leading the way for many strong swims.
Arizona men win 172-126 over USC; USC women defeat Arizona 156-144.
USC swept ASU in Tempe today, with both teams turning in B cuts and times currently ranked top ten in the NCAA.
USC’s women’s team nearly swept every single event. They probably would have if not for Oregon State’s Sammy Harrison.
After a strong sophomore season, Chelsea Chenault (in pool) will lead USC into what is expected to be a much improved team in 2015-2016
Katie McLaughlin and Kathleen Baker are two of many reasons why the Cal Bears class sits at the top
Riley Scott entered Saturday’s final session of the 2015 North Coast Section Championships as a heavy favorite to win the titles…