THIS SEASON: Elizabeth Stinson, a 2017 sophomore, is the Pac-12's defending champion in the mile and an NCAA point scorer in the event and is poised for another strong campaign as a distance freestyler for the Trojans.
2016: Stinson, as a 2016 freshman, was an NCAA scorer and Pac-12 titlist in the 1650y free. At the NCAA Championships, she finished 13th in the mile in 16:06.60 for her first NCAA points. She was also 50th in the 500y free (4:46.57). At the Pac-12 Championships, she continued her role as a distance stalwart for the Trojans. She won the Pac-12 title in the 1650y free, winning by seven seconds in 15:59.13 while also reaching the final of the 500y free, taking fourth in 4:42.93. Her mile and 500 times as well as her 1000 clip (9:40.81) were all personal bests ... She earned College Swimming and Diving Coaches Associate of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America first team honors.
HIGH SCHOOL: Stinson, who prepped at Harpeth Hall School in Nashville, Tenn., led her school to the 2014 Tennessee state championship ... A 2012 Olympic Trials competitor in the 400m and 800m free and a 2016 Olympic Trials qualifier in the same events, Stinson posted one of the top 1500m times in the country in 2014.
CLUB/COACH : Nashville Aquatic Club/John Morse.
PERSONAL: Stinson was born on Nov. 28, 1996 ... Her brother Nathan is a senior swimmer at Navy ... She is an economics major.
STINSON'S PERSONAL RECORDS:
Trojans, featuring Pac-12 winners Riley Scott and Louise Hansson, looking for eighth straight top 8 finish.
Trojans post 11 top 8 finishes on final night of meet.
Action set for Wednesday to Saturday; men's diving championships to be held concurrently with women's meet.
Trojans seeking 10th win in a row over Bruins.
Scott, Hansson win twice each, diving sweeps springboard.