Men's Swimming & Diving

    Steven Stumph
    Steven  Stumph


    Moraga, Calif.

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    Five Trojans Named To Pac-12 All-Academic First Team

    Nine USC swimmers, divers overall earn honors.


    Huge Final Night, USC Finishes Sixth At NCAA Championships

    Carter, Condorelli, Enos, Mulcare all reach A finals on last day.


    Carter, Vissering, Tribuntsov All NCAA Finalists On Night 3 Of Championships

    Trojans still seventh with one day remaining.


    Carter Reaches NCAA Final In 50 Free, Trojans Shatter School Mark In 400 Medley Relay

    Trojans seventh overall after second day despite Thursday morning relay DQ.


    Trojans In Indianapolis, Racing At NCAA Championships

    USC led by three Pac-12 champs, looking to return to top 10.

    THIS SEASON: Steven Stumph, a 2017 senior co-captain, is the Pac-12's two-time defending champion in the 200y breast and a two-time NCAA scorer in the event as well. Also valuable in the 100y breast and 200y IM, Stumph should continue to be a key dual meet and postseason swimmer for the Trojans. He is USC's record holder in the 200y breast.

    2016: Stumph became USC's first repeat champion in the 200y breast in 15 years when he won the race at the Pac-12s as a 2016 junior before later winning the B final of the event at the NCAA Championships. At NCAAs, Stumph took a career-best ninth in the 200y breast in 1:53.99 after a 1:54.62 in prelims. He tied for 40th in the 100y breast (54.26) and 50th in the 200y IM (1:52.04) … At the Pac-12s, he won his second straight 200y breast title with a winning time of 1:54.01, 0.76 ahead of Stanford's Matt Anderson. The last Trojan to repeat was Ryosuke Imai, who did it in 2000 and 2001. It was Troy's sixth title in the event overall. Also at Pac-12s, he was 12th in the 200y IM (1:45.66, PR) and eighth in the 100y breast (53.49) in his second straight final in the latter event … At the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials, he was 19th in the 200m breast (2:15.36) and 33rd in the 100m breast (1:02.23) … For the second year in a row, Stumph earned College Swimming Coaches Association of America's Scholar All-America first team honors and Pac-12 All-Academic second team notice.

    2015: Stumph had a successful 2015 sophomore campaign, winning the Pac-12 title and becoming a first-time point scorer at the NCAA Championships. In his first NCAAs, Stumph scored in the 200y breast, finishing 15th in 1:53.82 after a 1:53.16 in prelims. He was 27th in the 100y breast (53.20) and 54th in the 200y IM (1:55.18) ... At the 2015 Pac-12s, Stumph upset American record holder Kevin Cordes of Arizona and California's Josh Prenot to win the 200y breast in a school-record-shattering 1:52.50, setting a personal best in the process. He also set personal-bests while taking fifth in the 100y breast (53.12) and 14th in the 200y IM (1:45.91), times that make him sixth and ninth, respectively, on USC's all-time lists ... He earned 2015 College Swimming Coaches Association of America's Scholar All-America first team honors and was a 2015 Pac-12 All-Academic second teamer.

    2014: Stumph was a 2014 Pac-12 Championships finalist as a freshman, finishing eighth in the 200y breast (1:56.48). He was also 12th in the 400y IM (3:50.23) and 18th in the 100y breast (55.09).

    HIGH SCHOOL: Stumph prepped at Campolinda High in Moraga, Calif., where he was the 2012 Junior National champion in the 200m breast. He broke the national high school record as a 2013 senior, swimming a 53.39 en route to the CIF North Coast Section title, which he also won in 2012. He also owns CIF titles in the 200y IM ... Stumph also set a section record in the 100y fly at the 2013 CIF meet and helped his team to its ninth straight title ... He earned 2013 Contra Costa Times East Bay Boys Swimmer of the Year honors for his efforts ... He was a 2013 U.S. Open finalist in the 200m breast ... At the 2013 U.S. Summer Nationals he was second in the `B' final of the 200m breast (2:15.09) and third in the `C' final of the 50m breast (29.32).

    CLUB/COACH: Orinda Aquatics/Ron Heidary.

    PERSONAL: He was born March 23, 1994 and is majoring in Linguistics and East Asian Languages and Cultures.


    Event Time
    100-yard breast53.12
    200-yard breast1:52.50
    100-yard fly47.88
    200-yard IM1:45.66