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Sunrise Mountain swimmer Daniel Matheson commits to USC
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Sept. 10, 2020— Matheson was a top recruit by several Power 5 college programs who also had Ohio State, Northwestern, Stanford, Arizona, and Texas on his list.
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USC Trojans Nab Verbal Commitments from In-State Standouts Mason Morris, Chris O’Grady
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July 19, 2020— The University of Southern California has picked up a pair of in-state verbal commitments for the fall of 2021 from Del Mar native Mason Morris and Chris O’Grady of La Canada. Both talented swimmers will join fellow in-state standout Kevin Sichak in Los Angeles as a member of the Trojans’ class of 2025.
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USC Adds Local Breaststroker Chris O'Grady for Fall 2021
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July 15, 2020— Rose Bowl Aquatics’ Chris O’Grady has verbally committed to the USC Trojans for fall 2021. He’s a rising senior at La Cañada High School in the greater Los Angeles area. I am grateful and excited to announce my commitment to swim and study at The University of Southern California. Thank you to my incredible coach at Rose Bowl, Jeff Julian, who has helped me become a better swimmer and teammate. Many thanks to my family, friends, and teammates. I am looking forward to being a Trojan. Fight on✌️ At the 2019 CIF Southern Section Division 2 Champs, O’Grady went a lifetime best 56.97 to p ...
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Olympic Gold Medalist Lea Maurer Hired as USC Swimming Associate Head Coach
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July 14, 2020— Olympic gold medalist and former Stanford women’s head coach Lea Maurer , who guided the Cardinal for seven years, has been named USC men’s and women’s swimming associate head coach, first-year Trojan head coach Jeremy Kipp announced today. Maurer and is the newest addition to Kipp’s staff, which also includes seventh-year assistant coach Chase Bloch , first-year assistant coach Meghan Hawthorne (who joined Kipp at USC after stints with him at Northwestern and Boise State) as well as 22nd-year head diving coach Hongping Li . “Lea Maurer is one of the best coaches in the country,” Kip ...
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Lea Maurer Named New Swimming Associate Head Coach - USC Athletics
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July 13, 2020— Olympic gold medalist and former Stanford women's head coach Lea Maurer, who guided the Cardinal for seven years, has been named USC men's and women's swimming associate head coach, first-year Trojan head coach Jeremy Kipp announced today.
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Former Stanford Head Coach Lea Maurer Joins USC Staff as Associate Head Coach
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July 13, 2020— Jeremy Kipp has added one more name to the newly-constructed swimming & diving coaching staff at USC, and it’s a big one in Pac-12 circles. Lea Maurer has been named the program’s new associate head coach. Maurer, a 1992 Olympic gold and bronze medalist and 1998 World Champion, was the head coach of the women’s program at Stanford from 2005 through 2012. During her time there, she led the program to 7 consecutive top 5 finishes at the NCAA Championships and back-to-back Pac-10 titles in 2010 and 2011. While she was the head coach at Stanford, the team’s highest NCAA Championship fini ...
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World Juniors Medalist Hanna Henderson Verbally Commits to Southern Cal For Fall of 2020
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June 5, 2020— The USC Trojans got a little stronger this week with a huge verbal from Canadian national junior team member Hanna Henderson , who announced she will join the team this coming school year. Henderson is a talented sprinter from Ontario, who swam at the World Junior Championships and won three bronze medals on relays. She swam butterfly on Canada’s medley relay, splitting a 59.16, and also anchored the mixed free relay with a 54.42. Henderson also swam on the prelims relay for the 4×200 freestyle team. In individual events in Budapest, she was fourth in the 100 fly (59.06), ...
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World Junior Championships Bronze Medalist Hanna Henderson Commits to USC
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June 4, 2020— Hanna Henderson , who represented Canada at the 2019 World Junior Swimming Championships, has verbally committed to USC. That makes Henderson the Trojans’ first commit since Jeremy Kipp was announced as the program’s new head coach . She is expected to join the Trojans in the fall of 2020, which will immediately signal that Kipp’s recruiting success at Northwestern is carrying forward to his new role at USC. She joins fellow Canadian international Jade Hannah who is also committed to USC as a member of the class of 2024. At the 2019 World Junior Championships, Henderson finished 6th ...
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Bruce Furniss Cleared to Leave Hospital 11 Days after a Major Heart Attack
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April 10, 2020— In what has been a roller-coaster week for Olympic gold medal-winning swimmer Bruce Furniss , he has been cleared to leave the hospital after suffering a major heart attack almost 2 weeks ago. The 62-year old Furniss had a heart attack at about 2:00 AM on Sunday, March 29th and was admitted to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Orange, California . He was put into a medically induced coma to help protect his brain from the impacts of the heart attack, and in the 8 or 9 days his condition steadily improved. There were some nerves on Tuesday of this week after Furniss underwent surgery to insert ...
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Ray Looze Dishes On Difficulties of Coaching From Home, Denies Rumors Of Move To USC
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April 3, 2020— Much like the rest of the world, Indiana head coach Ray Looze has had difficulties processing the coronavirus pandemic that has caused normal life to be turned upside down. Looze and his Indiana team lost a chance to compete at the NCAA Championships and he has had to resort to coaching from home while trying to prepare for an Olympic Games that is now another 400+ days away. But he has put a positive spin on it. “Typically we take the month of August as a break time so we are trying to look at now as a break time. But I feel like this will be a much longer break than any of us are i ...
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Olympic Gold Medalist Bruce Furniss Awake, Communicating After Heart Attack
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April 3, 2020— Olympic gold medalist Bruce Furniss is awake and communicating after being put in a medically induced coma due to a major heart attack last Sunday. The 62-year-old Furniss won individual gold in the 200 free and a relay gold in the 800 free relay at the 1976 Olympic Games. In his career, he broke 10 world records and 19 American records, and won 11 AAU national titles and six NCAA event titles at USC. All of this came in the context of dealing with a debilitating arthritic condition in his back called ankylosing spondylitis that left him unable to even stand. According to a page set ...
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Ray Looze: We Have 'Unfinished Business' at Indiana, Won't Pursue USC Job
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April 3, 2020— With the head coach role opening up at USC , his alma mater, Indiana head coach Ray Looze ‘s name quickly emerged among swimming circles as a potential candidate. In a conference call Friday, however, he said he is not pursuing the position. “Although my alma mater means a great deal to me and I wish that they’re as successful as possible, I’ve been at Indiana 18 years now and I’m excited about where we’re going as a program,” Looze, the 10-time Big Ten Coach of the Year, said. “It’s one of the best programs in the country, presently, and we’ve got unfinished business here. I think t ...
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Bruce Furniss Hospitalized after Severe Heart Attack
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April 1, 2020— Olympic gold medalist and swimming hall of famer Bruce Furniss has been hospitalized after suffering a severe heart attack Monday, according to his family. Furniss remains in intensive care in his native California. His family has set up an account via Caring Bridge to offer updates on his condition and share support with loved ones. Furniss’ family also released a statement: At the 1976 Olympics, Furniss, 62, won gold in the 200 freestyle in a world-record 1:50.29 to lead an American podium sweep. He joined Mike Bruner, John Naber and Jim Montgomery to set a world record and win gol ...
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Olympic Gold Medalist Bruce Furniss Hopsitalized After "Major Heart Attack"
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April 1, 2020— Two-time Olympic gold medalist Bruce Furniss has been hospitalized after suffering a major heart attack.a The 62-year old Furniss won individual gold in the 200 free and a relay gold in the 800 free relay at the 1976 Olympic Games. In his career, he broke 10 World Records and 19 American Records, and won 11 AAU national titles and 6 NCAA event titles at USC. All of this came among the context of dealing with a debilitating arthritic condition in his back called ankylosing spondylitis that left him unable to even stand. According to a page set up to track his status, Furniss suffered ...
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Stanford Puts 30 Swimmers On Pac-12 Winter Academic Honor Roll
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March 31, 2020— The Pac-12 announced its Winter Academic Honor Roll recipients on Tuesday, with a total of 152 swimmers and divers being recognized from eight different teams. Overall there were 304 student-athletes receiving the honor, which requires them to hold a spot on their respective team roster, have a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or above, and have served at least one year in residence at the institution. There is no longer a selection process to determine all-academic teams for each sport. The Stanford women led the way for swimming & diving with 18 making the cut, while the Cardinal men had 12. ...
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USC Commit Erica Sullivan Waiting on Coaching Hire Before Confirming NCAA Plans
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March 31, 2020— In light of the Olympic postponement, United States National Team member Erica Sullivan is waiting to see who USC will hire to replace outgoing head coach Dave Salo before confirming she will enroll next fall. Sullivan graduated high school in 2018 and committed to USC, deferring her enrollment a year to focus on training for Tokyo. Salo announced in January that the 2019-20 season would be he last with the program, also leaving the fate of his associate head coach and the U.S. Olympic open water head coach Catherine Kase up in the air. Now that the Games are pushed back a year and h ...
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Swimmers Prepare for Challenges of Olympic Postponement
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March 30, 2020— The coronavirus pandemic had caused the world to go into a frenzy the last few weeks. Athletic events were being cancelled left and right. Facilities were closing down. Sports, what was once a form of escape during times of panic like these, was suddenly completely wiped away from our lives in a matter of what felt like the blink of an eye. With roughly four months still to go to the Olympic Games, the coronavirus pandemic could not have come at a worse time. Athletes everywhere were struggling to find places to train. Gym equipment became nearly impossible to get their hands on. Whi ...
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Pac-12 announces 2020 men's swimming & diving postseason awards
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March 29, 2020— MEN’S SWIMMER OF THE YEAR: RYAN HOFFER, CALIFORNIAMEN’S FRESHMAN SWIMMER OF THE YEAR: JACK DOLAN, ARIZONA STATEMEN’S SWIMMING COACH OF THE YEAR: DAVID DURDEN, CALIFORNIAMEN’S DIVER OF THE YEAR: YOUSSEF SELIM, ARIZONA STATEMEN’S FRESHMAN DIVER OF THE YEAR: BJORN MARKENTIN, ARIZONAMEN’S DIVING COACH OF THE YEAR: HONGPING LI, USC
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Pac-12 Conference Men’s Awards: Ryan Hoffer, Dave Durden Lead Honors
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March 28, 2020— The Pac-12 Conference announced the recipients of the 2020 Pac-12 Men’s Swimming and Diving awards, as voted on by the league coaches. Cal’s Ryan Hoffer was voted Pac-12 Swimmer of the Year and head coach Dave Durden was tabbed Pac-12 Swimming Coach of the Year as the Golden Bears won their third-straight and seventh all-time Pac-12 Championships title. Jack Dolan of Arizona State was selected Pac-12 Freshman Swimmer of the Year and fellow Sun Devil Youssef Selim was named Pac-12 Diver of the Year. Arizona’s Bjorn Markentin earned Pac-12 Freshman Diver of the Year and USC’s Hongping ...
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Dave Durden Wins 3rd-Straight Pac-12 Coach of the Year Honors, 9th Career Award
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March 27, 2020— The Cal Bears and Arizona State Sun Devils each took home two of the Pac-12 Swimming & Diving season awards this year, while Arizona and USC were also represented with season honors. Cal, unsurprisingly, took two of the three swimming awards, with Dave Durden winning Swimming Coach of the Year, and Ryan Hoffer , taking Swimmer of the Year. This marks Dave Durden ‘s 3rd consecutive Swimming Coach of the Year award, and his 9th time winning the award in his Cal career. His 3-year streak comes in as his second-longest in his career, with his longest being a 5-year streak from 2010-2014. ...
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