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Steven Stumph on The Morning Swim Show

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Oct. 24, 2012: Steven Stumph, the top high school breaststroker last season, joins today's edition of The Morning Swim Show to talk about choosing the University of Southern California for college. It’s no surprise that Dave Salo’s reputation as a top breaststroke coach was one thing that convinced Stumph to pick the Trojans, and he talks about the other aspects of the school that met his requirements for the place he’d live for at least the next four years. He also talks about winning the junior national title in the 200 breast and what he learned from competing in Olympic Trials that helped him succeed at juniors.

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