The No. 7 USC men's swimming team and the No. 9 Trojan women – both unbeaten in dual meets during the fall schedule – return to action Monday (Jan. 15) against Wisconsin at noon to kick off the spring semester schedule at the Uytengsu Aquatics Center.
Senior Santo Condorelli blazed to first in the 100y free, sophomore Louise Hansson and junior Maddie Wright went 1-2 in the 200y fly, junior Patrick Mulcare finished second in the 200y back and freshman Maggie Aroesty and junior Riley Scott finished 2-3 in the 200y breast to lead the USC women's and men's swim teams on a huge Saturday night (Dec. 2) at the Texas Invitational in Austin.
Sophomore Louise Hansson won the 100y fly in a near-school record, junior Riley Scott won the 100y breast in a nation's best time while seniors Dylan Carter and Ralf Tribuntsov each swam in a pair of A finals to highlight the USC women's and men's swim teams Friday night (Dec. 1) at the Texas Invitational in Austin.
Freshman Marta Ciesla won the 50y free in a personal best and anchored USC's win in the 400y medley relay, junior Riley Scott was third in the 200y IM and senior Santo Condorelli was fourth in the men's sprint to lead the USC women's and men's swim teams during the first full day of the Texas Invitational on Thursday (Nov. 30) in Austin.
The USC women's and men's 800y free relays finished second and sixth, respectively, in the timed final opening act of the four-day Texas Invitational on Wednesday (Nov. 29), a strong showing to kick off what should be a fast week of swimming.
The No. 4 USC women's swimming team and the No. 10 Trojan men – both unbeaten in dual meets during fall action – are headed to Austin this week for the Texas Invitational, Wednesday through Saturday (Nov. 29-Dec. 2), at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center.