INDIANAPOLIS — More than 1,000 United States current and former college student-athletes represented more than 100 countries at the Tokyo Olympic Games. In fact, three out of four members of Team USA were either current or former college athletes.
Among athletes competing for the United States and 32 other countries, the University of Southern California claimed 65 athletes competing in Tokyo - the most of any United States school.
When you just count current and former collegians competing for Team USA, Stanford leads all schools, according to the NCAA, with 32 athletes.
Of Indiana schools, Notre Dame sent 19 athletes representing four countries to Tokyo.
Indiana University sent 16 athletes representing six countries, and thanks to performances in swimming and diving, IU claimed seven medals heading into the Games' final weekend.
Purdue has seven athletes in Tokyo. Four are on Team USA, with three others competing for Serbia, The Bahamas and Malaysia.
Marian University sent two cyclists to Tokyo.
Medal winners listed by medal/school (listed alphabetically):
Ball State (1 medal)
- Bronze - Jenny Gilbert - Canada Softball
Indiana University (10 total medals)
- Gold - Zach Apple (2) - USA Men's 4x100 Freestyle Relay and Men's 4x100 Medley Relay (swimming)
- Gold - Blake Pieroni (2) - USA Men's 4x100 Freestyle Relay and Men's 4x100 Medley Relay (swimming)
- Silver - Andrew Capobianco - USA Men's Synchronized Springboard (diving)
- Silver - Michael Hixon - USA Men's Synchronized Springboard (diving)
- Silver - Jessica Parratto - USA Women’s Synchronized Platform (diving)
- Silver - Lilly King (2) - USA Women's 200m Breaststroke and Women's 4x100 Medley Relay (swimming)
- Bronze - Lilly King - USA Women’s 100m Breaststroke (swimming)
Notre Dame (5 total medals)
- Gold - Lee Kiefer - USA Women's Individual Foil (fencing)
- Gold - Jackie Young - USA Women's 3x3 Basketball
- Gold - Skylar Diggins-Smith - Women's Basketball
- Gold - Jewell Loyd - Women's Basketball
- Bronze - Nick Itkin - USA Men's Team Foil (fencing)
- Bronze - Gerek Meinhardt - USA Men's Team Foil (fencing)
- Bronze - Molly Seidel - USA Women's Marathon
Purdue University (1 medal)
Gold - Annie Drews - USA Women's Volleyball