USC Women’s Swimming Adds Princeton Transfer Courtney Tseng
The USC women's swimming program has added Ivy League graduate transfer Courtney Tseng to to its 2021-2022 roster.
"Nothing but gratitude for my friends and teammates at Princeton, but you always find your way back home," said Tseng. "I am so excited to announce that upon graduating this spring, I will be finishing up my last year of eligibility at USC next year. Fight On!"
Tseng did not compete during the 2020-21 season, as the entire Ivy League canceled the season for all winter sports in November, meaning Tseng has only used three seasons of eligibility. The Fullerton native will bring her talent close to home as she joins the Trojans this upcoming season.
At the 2020 Ivy League Championships, Tseng was fourth in the 500y free (4:45.74) and eighth in both the 1000y (9:55.39) and 1650y free (16:34.34).
With a unique skill set, including a proven ability to perform well in the distance events, Tseng will play a large role in the Trojans 2021-22 season of competition.
200y free – 1:48.62
500y free – 4:45.70
1000y free – 9:52.27
100y back – 55.56
200y back – 1:59.61