Australia, Spain, Canada and Netherlands boast Trojans in the pool.
In the longest NCAA women's championship game in history, USC beats Stanford 10-9 in sudden death.
Trojans take down Hawai'i 16-9 in NCAA Semifinals to play for it all in Boston.
Trojans score 27 unanswered goals to beat Pomona-Pitzer in NCAA First Round.
Top-seeded Women of Troy take aim at a fourth national championship this week in Boston.
THIS SEASON: Anni Espar enters her first season at USC.
NATIONAL TEAMS: Espar was the second leading scorer at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, where she won a silver medal as a member of Spain's Olympic Team... Named European Women's Water Polo Player of the Year in 2012... Also selected 2012 Diari Sport Breakout Athlete... In 2011 was a member of the Diari Sport Best Catalan Team of the Year... Has also competed for the Spanish National Team at the 2011 European Cup, where Spain won gold... Also was a member of Spain's 2011 FINA Junior World Championship gold-medal team.
HIGH SCHOOL: Espar played club for C.E. Mediterrani and C.N. Sabadell... Won two national league championships, four Catalan Cup titles and three Spanish Cups... Was the top scorer at the Spanish Cup... An honor student.
PERSONAL: Espar has not yet decided on a major... Parents are Anna and Xesco... Has two siblings, Pol and Clara... Says playing in the 2012 Olympic Games was her most thrilling sports moment... Enjoys traveling, going to the beach, reading, shopping and watching sports in her free time... Lists Xavi Hernandez as her biggest sports hero... Favorite foods are Italian and Mediterranean... Born Jan. 8, 1993.