USC Diving Coach Hongping Li earns his fifth straight, and 10th overall, Pac-12 Women's Diving Coach of the Year honor.
Trojans finish seventh overall; Kropp, Stewart, Tosky all swim in 'A' final on last day.
Carlson, Gardell to swim in 'B' finals, as will 400y free relay.
Carlson takes second in 100y breast, Gardell fourth in 400y IM; 200y medley and 800y free relays each sixth.
Troy's relay breaks school record, claims top seed in final.
THIS SEASON: One of the top divers in the country, 2013 sophomore transfer Haley Ishimatsu, younger sister of former Trojan and NCAA champion Victoria Ishimatsu, will vie for All-American honors as well as conference and national crowns in her first year competing for the Trojans.
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 and she is majoring in sociology. 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.