List includes 10 first teamers, 10 returning swimmers and divers.
Max de Vroome, Michael Domagala and Mihajlo Milicevic are a step closer to Academic All-American status.
Reid, Stumph earn second-team nods, six more on honorable mention squad.
First morning of prelims set for Thursday at 7 a.m. PT.
Trojans, fourth last year, seeking another high finish with talented squad.
THIS SEASON: Michael Domagala, a 2016 junior, is a versatile swimmer strong in the fly as well as the 200y free. He is coming off his first NCAA trip where he was part of Troy's title in the 800y free relay. Domagala is USC's second-fastest ever in the 200y fly and is fifth in the 100y fly.
2015: Domagala, as a 2015 sophomore, earned his first All-American honor as the third leg on USC's NCAA-title-winning 800y free relay. He scored individually as well, finishing 13th in the 200y fly (1:43.11 after a 1:42.77 in prelims). He was also 21st in the 100y fly (46.48) and 45th in the 200y IM (1:46.21) ... At the 2015 Pac-12 Championships, he blazed to third in the 200y fly in 1:43.74 after a PR 1:42.75 in prelims and was also fifth in the 100y fly (46.40) after a 46.34 in prelims. He also helped USC win the Pac-12 title in the 800y free relay, swimming third, and swam to 12th in the 200y IM (1:45.91) ... Domagala represented Poland at the 2015 World Championships in the 800m free relay final, leading it to an eighth-place finish with a 1:46.90 split out of the third leg ... Domagala earned 2015 CSCAA Scholar All-America and Pac-12 All-Academic first team honors with a 3.70 in business administration.
2014: Domagala, as a 2014 freshman, finished 13th in the 100y fly (47.17) and 18th in the 200y fly (1:48.44) at the 2014 Pac-12 Championships ... His 46.65 in the 100y fly at the Texas Invitational made him the fifth fastest Trojan ever in the event.
HIGH SCHOOL: Domagala, from Regis Jesuit High in New York City, was a `C' finalist in the 100m and 200m free, 100 fly and 200m IM at the 2013 U.S. Summer Nationals ...He won 2013 U.S. Junior national titles in the 200m fly and the 200m free and was third in the 100m fly ... He won the 200m free at the same meet in 2012 when he clocked the country's fastest time in the race that year by a 16-year-old. He was also third in the 200m IM at the meet ... He was the former NAG (15-16) record holder in the event as was the former NAG (13-14) holder in the 100y fly.
CLUB/COACH: Asphalt Green Unified Aquatics/Rachel Stratton-Mills.
PERSONAL: He was born December 19, 1995 and he is a business administration major.