USC Men's Swimming news

  1. Carter Reaches NCAA Final In 50 Free, Trojans Shatter School Mark In 400 Medley Relay
    Junior Dylan Carter sprinted to his first NCAA A final and joined juniors Ralf Tribuntsov and Santo Condorelli and sophomore Carsten Vissering on a school-record-shattering 400y medley relay to lead USC at the 2017 NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships in Indianapolis on Thursday (March 23).
  2. Carter, 800 Free Relay Break USC Records To Open NCAA Championships
    Junior Dylan Carter led off with the third-fastest 200y free ever and joined sophomore Patrick Mulcare, junior Santo Condorelli and senior Reed Malone to post a school record in the 800y free and fifth-place overall to open the 2017 NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships, Wednesday (March 22) in Indianapolis.
  3. Trojans In Indianapolis, Racing At NCAA Championships
    The No. 13 USC men's swimming and diving team, led by 2017 Pac-12 champs Steven Stumph, Carsten Vissering and diver Dashiell Enos as well as freestyle stalwarts Dylan Carter, Reed Malone and Santo Condorelli, not to mention backstroker Patrick Mulcare and sprinter Ralf Tribuntsov, are in Indianapolis this week for the 2017 NCAA Championships, Wednesday through Saturday (March 22-25).
  4. Fusaro, Enos Qualify For NCAA Championships At Zone E Meet
    Freshman Henry Fusaro and junior Dashiell Enos finished first and third, respectively, in the 2017 Zone E Championships 1-meter final on Monday (March 6) in Flagstaff, Ariz., and clinched spots in the upcoming NCAA Championships.
  5. Stumphs Wins Third Straight Pac-12 Title In 200 Breast, USC Finishes 3rd
    Senior co-captain Steven Stumph became the first Trojan ever to win the 200y breast title three times in a row while sophomore Patrick Mulcare took second in the 200y back to lead USC on the final night of the 2017 Pac-12 Men's Swimming and Diving Championships in Federal Way, Wash., on Saturday.