USC Swimming and Diving Wins Big at FINA World Cup
USC swimming and diving was well represented at the FINA World Cup, with four Trojans winning a combined seven medals at the prestigious event in Berlin, Germany over the weekend.
Trojan diver Nike Agunbiade won two medals at the FINA diving event, picking up a silver medal in the women's 10-meter synchronized event and claiming bronze individually on 10-meter.
Agunbiade tallied 298.70 points on 10-meter to finish third in the event and earn a spot on the podium. The platform specialist was Team U.S.A.'s highest scoring diver on 10-meter.
A day prior, Agunbiade and partner Katrina Young teamed up to finish second in the women's 10-meter synchronized event. The duo tallied 261.54 points to pick up a silver medal for Team U.S.A.
An additional three USC greats won a combined five gold medals during the swimming portion of the FINA World Cup. Trojan Dylan Carter had an impressive meet, winning three gold medals for Trinidad and Tobago.
- Kasia Wasick (Poland) – 50m freestyle (23.32)
- Dylan Carter (Trinidad and Tobago) – 50m freestyle (20.77), 50m backstroke (23.15), 50m butterly (22.13)
- Louise Hansson (Sweden) – 100m fly (55.33)