USC finishes fourth in NCAA men's swimming championships

USC finishes fourth in NCAA men's swimming championships
USC's Cristian Quintero competes in the 200-yard freestyle at the NCAA men's swimming championships on Friday. Quintero helped lead the Trojans to a fourth-place overall finish at the championships. (Charlie Neibergall / Associated Press)

USC finished fourth in the NCAA men’s swimming championships in Iowa City, Iowa.

The Trojans won the 400-yard relay Saturday night, which helped them complete the meet with 278 points.

Texas won its 11th title with 528 points, California was second with 399, Michigan third with 312.

USC's Cristian Quintero, Santo Condorelli, Raif Tribunstov and Dylan Carter teamed to win the 400 relay.

Quintero won the 200-yard freestyle and also was part of the winning 800-yard relay. He finished fifth in the 500 and third in the 100.

Quintero, from Venezuela, will begin preparation for this summer's Pan Am Games and World Championships.