USA Women Announced Roster For 2015 FINA World League Super Final

Shanghai, China – June 8 – Fresh off a championship at the Kunshan Cup, the USA Women’s Senior National Team has traveled to Shanghai to compete in the FINA World League Super Final. The competition begins Tuesday in Shanghai and Head Coach Adam Krikorian has announced the 13 athletes will make up the competition roster. Team USA opens play on Tuesday against Brazil before also meeting Canada and the Netherlands in group play. This is the first of three major championships this summer for the United States including the Pan American Games and FINA World Championships coming up in July.

Team USA has a dominant history in this event winning more World League Super Final crowns than any other nation including the 2014 edition in Kunshan. The squad will aim for their ninth World League Super Final gold medal in 2015. For Team USA’s schedule, click here. See below for a complete roster.

2015 Women’s Senior National Team Roster – FINA World League Super Final
KK Clark (Menlo Park, CA/UCLA/NYAC)
Kami Craig (Santa Barbara, CA/USC/Santa Barbara)
Rachel Fattal (Seal Beach, CA/UCLA/SOCAL)
Makenzie Fischer (Laguna Beach, CA/Laguna Beach HS/SET)
Kaleigh Gilchrist (Newport Beach, CA/USC/Trojan)
Ashley Grossman (Santa Monica, CA/Stanford/LA Water Polo)
Sami Hill (Santa Barbara, CA/UCLA/Santa Barbara)
Ashleigh Johnson (Miami, FL/Princeton/Miami Riptides)
Courtney Mathewson (Anaheim Hills, CA/UCLA/NYAC)
Maddie Musselman (Newport Beach, CA/Corona del Mar HS/CdM Aquatics)
Kiley Neushul (Goleta, CA/Stanford/Santa Barbara)
Melissa Seidemann (Walnut Creek, CA/Stanford/Stanford)
Maggie Steffens (Danville, CA/Stanford/Diablo)

Head Coach: Adam Krikorian
Asst. Coach: Dan KlattChris Oeding
Team Manager: Jen Adams


Swimming news courtesy of USA Water Polo.

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