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Senior Kevin Swick was named the 33rd First Team Academic All-American in USC history by the College Sports Information Directors of America.

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Swick sports a 3.83 G.P.A. as a business administration major with a psychology minor. He was recently honored with a Renaissance Scholarship for distinguishing himself with a major and a minor in widely separate fields of study.

On the diamond, he led the Trojans with 61 hits this season spurring the program's best record in nearly a decade.  He is the first USC baseball player to earn First Team Academic All-American, an honor which has been around since 1952, although John Jackson, who was a two-time winner for football, played baseball as well.

Swick is well prepared for life after college as both a baseball prospect, working his way from freshman walk-on to three-year starter, or as a businessman, where he is very active throughout the Marshall School of Business. He has been President of USC's Value Investing Club since 2011, where members attend Berkshire Hathaway meetings & compete in national pitch competitions, and he interned at Fidelity Investments in Boston.


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