USC Women's Swimming news

  1. No. 6 USC Wins 10th Straight Over No. 20 UCLA
    Senior Anika Apostalon, sophomore Riley Scott and freshman Becca Mann won two events apiece to lead the No. 6 USC women’s swimming and diving team to a 172-128 victory over No. 20 UCLA for the Trojans’ 10th straight win in the series.
  2. No. 6 USC Hosts Crosstown Rival UCLA Friday
    The No. 6 USC women’s swimming and diving team completes the regular season by hosting No. 20 UCLA as it looks for the 10th straight win over its crosstown rival on Senior Day on Friday (Feb. 10) at Uytengsu Aquatics Center at noon.
  3. No. 4 USC Falls At No. 1 Stanford, 202-98
    Sophomore Riley Scott swept the 100y and 200y breaststroke while sophomore Maddie Witt won the 3-meter springboard to highlight the No. 4 USC women’s swimming and diving team’s efforts in a 202-98 loss at No. 1 Stanford on Saturday (Jan. 28).
  4. No. 4 USC Wins 7 Events, But Falls to No. 2 Cal, 165-135, For First Loss
    Sophomore Riley Scott and freshman Louise Hansson won two races apiece among seven Trojan event wins, but it wasn’t enough as No. 2 California handed No. 4 USC its first loss of the season, 165-135, Friday (Jan. 27) in Berkeley.
  5. No. 4 USC Set For Bay Area Battle With No. 2 Cal, No. 1 Stanford
    The No. 4 USC women’s swimming and diving team takes its unbeaten record on the road this week for the annual clash against Troy’s Bay Area rivals, taking on No. 2 California at 2 p.m. on Friday (Feb. 27) and at No. 1 Stanford on Saturday (Feb. 28) at noon.