NCAA champs also excel in the classroom with honors from the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches.
Matthew Burton, Melanie Grindle, Alex Lendrum and Chelsea Silvers are awarded $3,000 scholarships.
National champions also excel in the classroom.
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.
THIS SEASON: Chelsea Silvers enters her senior season at USC as a smart and dangerous part of the Trojan gameplan.
2012: Silvers scored 21 goals as a junior, tripling her total goal count entering the year... Scored in 15 different games with four multiple-goal efforts, including hat tricks vs. San Jose State (Feb. 4) and Hartwick (March 28)... Earned AWPCA All-Academic honors and named a MPSF All-Academic Scholar-Athlete... Scored twice at the 2012 NCAA Tournament.
2011: Silvers scored five goals as a sophomore... Scored in three different games... Set career high with a hat trick vs. San Diego State on Feb. 26... Was on the roster for the 2011 NCAA Tournament... Earned AWPCA All-Academic honors and named a MPSF All-Academic Scholar-Athlete.
2010: Silvers scored two goals as a true freshman... First career goal was vs. UC Irvine on Feb. 20... Earned AWPCA All-Academic honors.
HIGH SCHOOL: Silvers was named Orange County player of the week in 2008 out of Mater Dei High... Named MVP of the Arroyo Grande Tournament ... Played club for SoCal Water Polo Foundation... Four-year honor roll member.
PERSONAL: Silvers is majoring in communication and minoring in English and hopes to become an elementary school teacher... Parents are Craig and Arlene... Has four siblings, Cristen, Scott, Andrew and Nick... Enjoys relaxing at the beach and surfing in her spare time... Would like to visit Europe... Born Nov. 25, 1991.