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Women’s Swimming & Diving | February 21, 2022

The Women of Troy will begin the 2022 postseason this week with the Pac-12 Swimming Championships at the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way, Washington, Wednesday (Feb. 23) through Saturday (Feb. 26.) Additionally, the Pac-12 will host the women’s and men’s diving championships concurrently at the Hillenbrand Aquatic Center in Tucson, Arizona, near the University of Arizona campus. (Feb. 23-26.)
 
The hotly competitive Pac-12s features three teams in the top 25 heading into conference championships, including No. 5 Stanford, No. 8 California, and No. 11 USC.  During the 2021-22 season, the Trojans finished 5-2 (4-2 conf.). 
 
2022 Pac-12 Swimming and Diving Championships Timeline (all times PT)
Wednesday, Feb. 23
W 1-Meter diving prelims – 10:30 AM
W 1-Meter consolation– 12:00 PM
W 1-Meter championship – 12:50 PM
Swimming Finals – 6:00 PM
(Swim events: 200 medley relay, 800 free relay)

Thursday, Feb. 24

M 1-Meter prelims – 10:00 AM

Swimming prelims – 10:30 AM

W 3-Meter prelims – 11:55 AM

W 3-Meter consolation – 1:25 PM

M 1-Meter championship – 2:15 PM 

W 3-Meter championship – 3:05 PM

Swimming Finals – 6:00 PM

(Swim events: 500 free, 200 IM, 50 free, 200 free relay)

Friday, Feb. 25

Swimming prelims – 10:30 AM

W platform diving prelims – 10:30 AM

W platform diving consolation – 12:00 PM

M 3-Meter prelim – 12:55 PM

W platform championship – 2:25 PM

M 3-Meter championship – 3:15 PM

Swimming Finals – 6:00 PM

(Swim events: 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, 100 back, 400 medley relay)

Saturday, Feb. 26

Swimming prelims – 10:30 AM

M platform prelim – 10:30 AM

M platform championship – 11:50 AM

Swimming Finals – 6:00 PM

(Swim events: 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, 1650 free, 400 free relay)

BROADCAST INFO

Daily coverage from both swimming and diving will either be streamed through Pac-12.com and the Pac-12 Now app or shown over the linear Pac-12 Network. For the most up-to-date information, visit Pac-12.com.

 

Click here for the Pac-12 Record Book.  

 

PRIMED TO SCORE – Trojans in the Pac-12 top-16

  • Kaitlyn Dobler: 100y breast (57.95 – 1st), 200y breast (2:06.56 – 1st), 50y free (22.09 – 2nd), 100y fly (53.19 – 16th
  • Anicka Delgado: 50y free (22.19 – 5th), 100y fly (52.38 – 5th
  • Isabelle Odgers: 200y breast (2:07.61 – 3rd), 100y breast (1:00.17 – 4th), 200y IM (1:55.89 – 4th), 400y IM (4:08.89 – 5th
  • Nicole Pavlopoulou: 200y breast (2:08.91 – 4th), 100y breast (1:00.48 – 7th), 200y IM (1:58.30 – 9th), 400y IM (4:16.94 – 13th
  • Calypso Sheridan: 200y breast (2:07.18 – 2nd), 100y fly (52.10 – 3rd), 200y IM (1:55.76 – 3rd), 400y IM (4:07.52 – 3rd), 100y back (51.79 – 5th), 50y free (22.35 – 9th), 200y fly (1:56.65 – 10th), 
  • Laticia Transom: 200y free (1:43.10 – 2nd), 100y free (47.62 – 3rd), 50y free (22.41 – 11th)
  • Hannah Henderson: 100y free (49.15 – 12th)
  • Marlene Kahler: 1650y free (16:22.30 – 5th), 500y free (4:43.35 – 6th)
  • Caroline Pennington: 1650y free (16:00.73 – 2nd), 500y free (4:44.01 – 10th)
  • Courtney Tseng: 1650y free (16:53.23 – 14th)
  • Jade Hannah: 100y back (52.66 – 7th), 200y back (1:53.99 – 7th
  • Caroline Famous: 100y back (53.40 – 12th)
  • Aela Janvier: 200y back (1:53.98 – 6th), 200y IM (1:59.01 – 13th), 100y back (53.45 – 14th)
  • Makenna Turner: 200y fly (1:57.32 – 12th), 100y fly (53.18 – 15th
  • Hallie Kinsey: 200y fly (1:58.05 – 14th)
  • Genevieve Sasseville: 200y fly (1:58.86 – 15th)

 
USC’S PAC-12 SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIP NOTES
USC won its first-ever Pac-12 title in 2016 with a program-record 1481 points as all 21 swimmers and six divers eligible to score that year did so. USC’s previous best Pac-12 finish was second, something it did six times, most recently in 2013 when it scored a then-program best 1418.5 points and lost by 21 to Stanford in the closest finish in conference history. While USC hadn’t won a Pac-12 title before 2016, it did win four conference titles during the WCAA era, its last coming in 1985. 
 
The Women of Troy are coming off a fourth-place finish in 2021, scoring 1006 points. USC still managed an impressive finish with only 11 girls entered in the meet, compared to many other Pac-12 schools with 22-man rosters. USC picked up three Pac-12 individual titles during the 2021 championships, with first year swimmer Kaitlyn Dobler claiming both the 100y and 200y breast and sophomore diver Nike Agunbiade capturing women’s 3-meter. In 2020, then sophomore Laticia Transom captured the women’s 100y and 200y freestyle. This year, she’ll look to take back those titles after missing last season.  
 
USC has won at least two Pac-12 individual titles (including diving) in 13 straight years and in 20 of the past 21 seasons and has won at least one title in 27 of the past 28 seasons. 
 
Troy has seven conference relay titles, claiming the 800y free relay in 2003, 2010, 2016 and 2020 and taking the 400y medley relay in 2006 and 2009. In 2020, the Trojans also picked up the first ever conference relay title in the 400y free relay. 
 
USC’s 30 Pac-12 women’s diving titles (12 on 1-meter, 13 on 3-meter, five on platform) are second most in conference history (behind only Stanford) and most have come under the direction of 23rd-year diving head coach Hongping Li.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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