Women's Swimming & Diving

    Haley Ishimatsu
    Haley  Ishimatsu

    RS Senior

    Seal Beach, Calif.

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    Anika Apostalon Named CoSIDA Academic All-American First Team

    Beach volleyballer Nicolette Martin, water polo's Mihajlo Milicevic earn third team honors.


    Anika Apostalon Named Pac-12 Women's Swim, Dive Scholar-Athlete Of The Year

    She is the Trojans second winner after Haley Ishimatsu in 2015.


    Johnson, Rivera, Ishimatsu and Scandalis Earn Pac-12 Postgraduate Scholarships

    Four Trojans top outstanding careers at Troy with scholarships.


    No. 12 USC Women's Swimming and Diving Falls to No. 3 Stanford

    Ishimatsu claims first in the 1-meter and 3-meter


    Quiroz and Ishimatsu Named USC Credit Union Student-Athletes of the Week

    Roberto Quiroz claimed first place at the Sherwood Collegiate Cup

    CAREER: One of the NCAA's top divers and a former Olympian, Haley Ishimatsu, younger sister of former Trojan and NCAA champion Victoria Ishimatsu, completed her USC career as a two-time NCAA champion, a four-time All-American first teamer and a four-time Pac-12 individual champion. She was a two-time CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-American (first team in 2015, second team in 2014) and a two-time Pac-12 All-Academic first team selection (2014-15). Ishimatsu, who scored in seven career NCAA events, was a three-time Pac-12 champion on platform and won once on 3-meter.

    2015: Ishimatsu, as a 2015 senior, earned her third straight All-American first team honor with a second-place on platform (339.65) at the 2015 NCAA Championships. She also was a 'B' finalist on 3-meter, (15th, 320.55), and 1-meter (16th, 288.05). She became the first Pac-12 woman to win the platform three straight years and only the second to win it three times overall when she captured the title with 368.75 points at the 2015 Pac-12 Championships. She was also fifth on 3-meter (334.65) and sixth on 1-meter (322.50). A semifinalist for the 2014 AAU Sullivan Award, Ishimatsu was a 2015 CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-American first teamer and earned her second consecutive Pac-12 All-Academic first team and Capitol One Academic All-American All-District 8 At-Large team honors. She was the 2015 Pac-12 Women's Swimming and Diving Scholar Athlete of the Year and was a Pac-12 Postgraduate Scholarship winner.

    2014: Ishimatsu, the 2014 Pac-12 Women's Diver of the Year, became the first NCAA woman to repeat as an NCAA platform champion since 1992-93 when she won the event at the 2014 NCAA Championships with 360.15 points (no NCAA woman has won it three straight times). Unlike her run-away title in 2013, the 2014 competition was a tighter affair. She needed 66 points on her final dive to secure the title and came through with 81.60. She also earned her first All-American honor on 1-meter with a sixth-place finish (314.65) and scored for the first time on 3-meter with a 13th-place finish (347.60). Her NCAA success followed springboard wins at the 2014 NCAA Zone E Championships and titles on 3-meter (347.25) and platform (340.20) at the 2014 Pac-12 Championships. Her Pac-12 platform title was her second straight conference crown on the board and she set a Pac-12 record in the process. She was third on 1-meter (320.70). She earned Pac-12 All-Academic first team honors with a 3.61 GPA in sociology. She was also named to CoSIDA's 2014 Capital One Academic All-American second team.

    2013: Ishimatsu, who transferred to USC from Duke, began her Trojan career with a bang by setting a NCAA point record (396.75) en route to first place on platform at the 2013 NCAA Championships as a sophomore. She won the title by a whopping 68.15 points, leading for most of the competition. She just missed scoring on 1-meter, finishing 17th (288.95) and was also 21st on 3-meter (302.90) ... Her win on platform was set up by a great performance at the 2013 NCAA Zone E Championships, where she used her first perfect 10 dive to win the event. She recorded the perfect dive on a back 3 1/2 somersault tuck that registered 10s with all seven judges. It was worth 99 points and gave her a lead so big that she could have skipped her last dive and still won by 60 points. She also won the 1-meter with a 612.25 ... She won her first conference title at the 2013 Pac-12 Championships, claiming first on platform with 310.35 points. She was also second on 1-meter (314.05) and fourth on 3-meter (311.85) and earned Women's Diver of the Meet honors.

    2012: Before joining the Trojans, Haley, battling injuries, competed at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials on platform, taking fourth ... She won the platform title at the 2012 USA Diving Winter Nationals earlier in the year, her fourth career national title. She was also second on synchro platform.

    DUKE: As a freshman at Duke in 2011, Ishimatsu finished 11th on platform at the NCAA Championships. She won the 2011 ACC title on platform, setting a conference record (351.65) and earning 2011 All-ACC first team honors.

    HIGH SCHOOL: Ishimatsu graduated from Halstrom High in Oceanside, Calif., where her diving career blossomed on the national level ... She competed for the U.S. at the 2008 Olympics in the 10-meter (14th) and synchronized 10-meter (fifth). She also has four top 3 national finishes, including a second at the 2008 Olympic Trials and wins on platform at the 2010 U.S. Nationals and the 2010 U.S. Winter Nationals. Haley won silver on synchro platform at the 2009 FINA World Championships, claimed silver on platform and bronze on synchro platform at the 2007 Pan Am Games and was fifth on synchro platform at the 2007 World Championships.

    PERSONAL: She was born on Sept. 10, 1992. She graduated with a degree in sociology with a minor in forensics and criminality. Her older sister, Victoria, finished her Trojan career in March of 2012 as a five-time All-American, winning her first NCAA crown as a senior on 1-meter. She won seven career Pac-10 and Pac-12 titles and was the conference women's diver of the year four years in a row.