THIS YEAR: Freshman Courtney Corrin will begin her first season as a long jumper on the USC track and field team. She also played for USC's National Champion women's soccer team in the Fall.
HIGH SCHOOL: Corrin graduated from Harvard-Westlake in 2016. She won the 2015 CIF state long jump title with a leap of 20-10 (+0.6). She also won the state title as a freshman in 2013 and placed second as a sophomore. A right toe injury kept her out of the state meet in 2016. She has a best legal jump of 20-11.00 (+2.0) which ranked third among U.S. high schoolers in 2015, then won the LJ at the USATF Junior Championships with a wind-aided mark of 21-6.25/6.56 (+2.5w), then went on to earn a silver medal at the Pan AM Junior Championships with a jump of 20-1.50 (6.13m). She also has a 300m IH best of 42.41 and took seventh in the event at the CIF Championships. She was named the L.A. Daily News Girls Athlete of the Year three times. Won the 2016 SoCal Prep Legends Award for the female athlete of the year. Also starred in soccer for Harvard-Westlake as the team's MVP in 2014 and 2015. She was a 2016 National Elite Prep Showcase All Tournament First Team selection and was chosen to the 2016 California High School All-Star Showcase Team.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Michael Corrin and TC Clay...Has one brother named Michael and a sister named Kennedy...Father Michael attended USC...Majoring in Law, History and Culture and hopes to become an entertainment lawyer after graduation...Lists Serena Williams as her biggest sports hero because she is a competitor on and off the court...Lists The Blind Side as her favorite movie...Favorite TV shows include Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Chopped...Listens to Beyonce, Kehlani, Ashanti, R. Kelly, Usher, Alicia Keys, Lil Wayne and Nelly...Birthdate is December 13, 1997
CAREER BESTS: LJ -- 20-11.00 (6.38)/21-6.25 (6.56w) 300m IH - 42.41