Women's Water Polo

    Constance Hiller
    Constance  Hiller


    Atherton, Calif.

    High School:
    Woodside Priory School





    No. 1 USC Streaks Into NCAA Semifinals

    Trojans score 27 unanswered goals to beat Pomona-Pitzer in NCAA First Round.


    Boston-Bound! USC Earns Top Seed For 2013 NCAA Championships

    MPSF champions are bound for Boston in search of a fourth national championship.


    No. 2 USC Outshines ASU To Take Trip To MPSF Title Match

    Trojans blank the Sun Devils in first and last frames for 11-5 win, moving into tomorrow's championship game.


    Work Hard, Play Hard.... Women of Troy Hang Tough In Hawai'i

    Watch Sara Salamon's video from USC's Spring Break training trip to Hawai'i!


    No. 1 USC Set For Saturday Showdown With No. 2 Stanford

    On Senior Day at USC, the undefeated Women of Troy look for another big win over the Cardinal.

    THIS SEASON: Constance Hiller enters her fourth season at USC as a savvy driver for the Women of Troy.

    2012: Hiller scored eight goals as a junior... Scored in five different games with two multiple-goal efforts, including a career-high three goals vs. CSU Bakersfield on April 20... Was on USC's roster for the 2012 NCAA Tournament.

    2011: Hiller scored five goals as a sophomore...First career multiple-goal game was a two-goal outing against UC San Diego on Feb. 26.

    2010: Hiller scored three goals as a true freshman... First career goal was vs. Long Beach State on Feb. 27... Also scored in USC's NCAA first-round win over Marist.

    HIGH SCHOOL: Hiller was four-time all-league first team selection for swimming at Woodside Priority School... Played club water polo for Stanford Club... Graduated with dean's honors.

    PERSONAL: Hiller is an Industrial and Systems Engineering major and hopes to become a business executive... Parents are Jeff and Mary... Has three sisters, Maryann, Kristen and Samantha... Sisters Maryann and Kristen also attended USC... Enjoys spending time with her family and traveling... Born July 16, 1990.