USC News

Menu Wednesday, August 23, 2017 68° Partly Cloudy

Swimming

Search
Athletics
USC's 2014 individual champion
USC's 2014 NCAA individual champions: golfer Doris Chen (USC Photo/Tim Cowie); women's sand volleyball players Sarah Hughes and Kirby Burnham (USC Photo/Bobby McDuffie); diver Haley Ishimatsu (USC Photo/Walt Middleton); and relay team Dimitri Colupaev, Cristian Quintero, Reed Malone, Dylan Carter, from left (USC Photo/Walt Middleton)

USC 2014: The year in athletics

On the court and the field, in the pool and on the course, the university’s student-athletes had another banner year — one that included winning the school’s 100th NCAA championship.

AthleticsBusiness

From a walk-on to a leading role

The USC Athletic Department celebrated the groundbreaking of the Uytengsu Aquatics Center on Nov. 2., a new facility for the Trojan swimming, diving and water polo teams. Pictured here: Wilfred “Fred” Uytengsu and Coach Peter Daland (Photo/Dietmar Quistorf)

The USC Athletic Department celebrated the groundbreaking of the Uytengsu Aquatics Center on Nov. 2, a new facility for the Trojan swimming, diving and water polo teams.

Athletics

USC’s Olympic gold medal streak continues

Clement Lefert wins gold
From left, gold medallists Amaury Leveaux, Fabien Gilot, Trojan Clement Lefert and Yannick Agnel of France pose on the podium during the medal ceremony following the 400-meter freestyle relay. (Photo/Clive Rose, Getty Images)

Former Trojan All-American Clement Lefert won a gold medal as part of France’s 400-meter freestyle relay, extending USC’s streak of winning at least one gold medal at every Summer Olympic Games since 1912.

AthleticsUniversity

Aiming for the gold

Beijing 2008 Olympic Games
USC alumna Rebecca Soni shoots for her second gold medal at the London Olympics this month. Pictured here, Soni waves from the podium during the medal ceremony after the Women's 200m Breaststroke Final at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. (Photo/Al Bello, Getty Images)

Continuing USC’s long tradition of nurturing successful Olympic athletes, more than 40 members of the Trojan Family are headed to the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London this month.