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Madeline Rosenthal on The Morning Swim Show

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May 20, 2013: One of the key players in the University of Southern California’s women’s water polo NCAA win, Madeline Rosenthal, joins today's edition of The Morning Swim Show. Rosenthal relives the five overtime periods played to determine the winner of the tournament, and the other clutch players that contributed to the win. She also talks about the long days in training that prepared them to last through a match that took more than an hour to complete and the motivational talks her teammates and coach gave to keep them going. Her older brother, Michael, won lots of national titles on the USC men’s team, but Madeline was never in a sibling rivalry relationship, she says in this interview with host Jeff Commings. She also discusses her future water polo plans and wrapping up finals week.
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