Four in Four

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USC men's swimming and diving finished third at the Pac-12 Championships carried by the performance of senior Crisitian Quintero.  The Venezuelan Olympian won one conference title on each of the meet's four days.

Quintero opened Wednesday by helping the 800y free relay team to the top of the podium.  He backed that up with individual brilliance in the 500y and 200y free on Thursday and Friday before closing the show by joining his teammates (Dylan Carter, Jack Wagner and Dimitri Colupaev) to win the 400y free relay (pictured).

Click here for the event recap.

"Cristian was outstanding and had my vote for swimmer of the meet," said head coach Dave Salo.

Quintero has one more meet in his USC career as the Trojans will travel to Austin, Texas for the NCAA Championships on March 27-29.


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