Women's Water Polo

    Madeline Rosenthal
    Madeline Rosenthal


    Miami, Fla.

    High School:
    Ransom Everglades HS




    THIS SEASON: Madeline Rosenthal enters her final season at USC as a strength at two-meters for the Trojans.

    2013: Rosenthal scored 23 goals as a junior... Earned All-America Honorable Mention... Scored two goals in the NCAA Championship game... Named an MPSF All-Academic Scholar-Athlete and earned AWPCA All-Academic honors... Scored in 14 games with seven multiple-goal outings, including two hat tricks.

    2012: Rosenthal scored 14 goals as a sophomore... Scored in 10 different games with three multiple-goal efforts, including a hat trick at Stanford on April 7. .. Was on USC's roster for the 2012 NCAA Tournament..... Named an MPSF All-Academic Scholar-Athlete.

    2011: Rosenthal scored 16 goals as a true freshman... Named to MPSF All-Freshman Team... Scored in nine different games, with six multiple-goal efforts... Set her career high with four goals vs. Cal Baptist on Feb. 12... Was on USC's roster for the 2011 NCAA Tournament.

    NATIONAL TEAM: Rosenthal most recently won a gold medal with the USA team at the 2013 Maccabiah Games, where she was named MVP... Was a member of the U.S. Junior National Team... Competed for the USA at the 2011 Junior World Championships in Italy... Won bronze at the 2009 Junior World Championships in Russia.

    HIGH SCHOOL: Rosenthal was a member of two state championship teams with Ransom Everglades High...Earned all-county honors in water polo and swimming all four years of high school... Named the Miami Herald's Dade County Athlete of the year as a junior in 2009... An honor student... Played club for Florida Coast and Raider water polo club.

    PERSONAL: Madeline is majoring in communication with a minor in consumer behavior... Parents are Dan and Meridith, both of whom were swimmers at USC... Has one brother, Michael, who won five NCAA championships with the USC men's team... Enjoys kayaking and snorkeling... Hopes to play in the Olympics... Born Aug. 29, 1992.