Australia, Spain, Canada and Netherlands boast Trojans in the pool.
Shea Buckner, Tommy Corcoran and Michael Rosenthal make the cut for Russia.
THIS SEASON: Corcoran enters his final season at USC with a wealth of experience and power at the two-meter position, largely considered one of the top centers in the collegiate game.
2006: Corcoran was fifth in scoring with 30 goals... Scored in 18 games with nine multiple-goal efforts... Had hat tricks against St. Francis, Cal Baptist and Navy... Received All-America Second Team honors... With four goals in the NCAA Tournament, named to All-Tournament First Team... Earned All-MPSF Second Team accolades.
2005: Corcoran was fourth on the team in scoring with 25 goals... Scored twice in the NCAA Tournament and was named to the NCAA All-Tournament Second Team... A second-team ACWPC All-American... Selected to All-MPSF Second Team... Led USC in scoring with hat tricks against Long Beach State and Brown.
2004: Corcoran was the Trojans' seventh leading scorer with 14 goals as a true freshman.
NATIONAL TEAMS: Corcoran has been a member of the U.S. Junior National Team as well as a member of the U.S. Youth National Team... Competed at the 2004 Junior Pan American Games, winning a gold medal.
HIGH SCHOOL: Corcoran earned All-America honors as a junior and senior at Coronado (Calif.) High... Named CIF-San Diego Player of the Year in his senior season... Team won the 2001 CIF championship and was runner-up in 2002 and 2003... Played club for Coronado Peninsula PC and San Diego Shores... Shores team won 20-under National Championships... Earned a total of 11 high school letters in four sports (basketball, volleyball, water polo and swimming).
PERSONAL: Corcoran is majoring in international relations... Parents are Kevin and Doni... Has one sister, Lauren... Favorite TV show is SportsCenter... Birthdate is Nov. 23, 1985.