Sophomore Becca Mann earned Pac-12 All-Academic first team honors while seniors Lexie Malazdrewicz and Hannah Weiss and junior Elizabeth Stinson were tabbed second team among 16 total Trojans to earn conference academic honors on Monday (March 19).
Sophomore Louise Hansson, a day after winning a title in the 100y fly, finished third in the 200y fly while junior Maddie Wright repeated as a finalist in the race and took sixth to highlight USC's final night at the NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships in Columbus, Ohio, on Saturday (March 17).
USC sophomore Louise Hansson won USC's first-ever NCAA title in the 100-yard butterfly with the second-fastest time in history, 49.80, and helped the Trojans to the 200y medley relay A final as well on the third night of the NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships at Ohio State's McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion on Friday (March 16).
The No. 8 USC women's swimming and diving team, led by Pac-12 champions Louise Hansson, Riley Scott and Maggie Aroesty, is set for the 2018 NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships, Wednesday through Saturday (March 14-17), in Columbus, Ohio.