INDIANAPOLIS – Eleven of the nation’s top collegiate synchronized swimmers have been selected to compete for the United States at the 2013 World University Games this summer, USA Synchro announced Monday.
The synchronized swimming competition at the World University Games will be held July 5-9 in Kazan, Russia.
The members of the U.S. World University Games team are:
Morgan Fuller (Stanford/Sr./Sunnyvale, Calif.)
Leigh Haldeman (Stanford/Jr./Kenmore, Wash.)
Megan Hansley (Stanford/Jr./New Canaan, Conn.)
Mary Killman (Lindenwood/Fr./McKinney, Texas)
Mariya Koroleva (Stanford/Sr./Walnut Creek, Calif.)
Michelle Moore (Stanford/Sr./Tonawanda, N.Y.)
Olivia Morgan (Stanford/Sr./Lafayette, Calif.)
Rosilyn Tegart (Incarnate Word/Sr./Kamloops, B.C., Canada)
Evelyna Wang (Stanford/Fr./Los Altos, Calif.)
Khadija Zanotto (Ohio State/Soph./Los Gatos, Calif.)
Eight members of the Stanford squad that won its seventh national title at the U.S. Collegiate Championships last weekend were named to the team. Mariya Koroleva (Stanford) and Mary Killman (Lindenwood), who competed as the U.S. duet at the 2012 Olympic Games, were also selected.
The 11 athletes listed above are selections to the U.S. team. All are pending contract signing and drug test results.