USC Women Win First-Ever Pac-12 Championship Team Title (DAY 4 VIDEO)

Led off by a session-opening victory in the 1650 free from breakthrough freshman Elizabeth Stinson, the USC Trojans claimed their first-ever women’s Pac-12 Championship title, including in days prior to the conference’s expansion to 12 teams, on Saturday.

Above, see video highlights of the final day of competition, including that crucial Stinson win, courtesy of the Pac-12 Networks.


USC was successful in capturing their first Pac-12 Championship as a team this weekend. The Trojans finished 1st after a hard fought battle with the Stanford women, who were 2nd overall. The Cal Golden Bears wound up in 3rd.

Arizona took 4th overall with a total of 1125 points. UCLA closed out the top 5 with 995 points.

  1. USC- 1481
  2. Stanford- 1344
  3. Cal- 1308
  4. Arizona- 1125
  5. UCLA- 995
  6. Utah- 538.5
  7. Washington State- 477
  8. Arizona State- 472.5
  9. Oregon State- 291

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6 years ago

USC brought 21 swimmers and 6 divers to the Pac 12 meet and all of them scored. That’s a team effort.

Good to see this performance because it shows swimmer development, particularly by the frosh swimmers Vose and Wooden and Scott who all improved noticeably from high school. In recent years it was frustrating to see local SoCal girls like Eastin and McLaughlin go north to Stanford and Cal.

The Grand Inquisitor
6 years ago

Congrats to USC on their well earned first Pac 12 title. Using their superior numbers, the Trojans dominated their closest opponents in the B and C finals to gain their advantage.

A B C RELAY Total Points
USC 771 358 73 280 1,481
STAN 793 189 60 302 1,344
CAL 693 273 54 286 1,306

That was certainly a winning recipe in this meet, but may not serve them as well in two weeks.

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