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(2016 NCAA Champion | First-time Olympian)

Seasons played at USC: 4 (2014-17)

 

USC CAREER
  • 2016 NCAA Champion
     

  • USC’s No. 2 all-time leading scorer (269 goals)
     

  • Her 84 goals scored in 2017 was the third most in USC history
     

  • 2016 Peter J. Cutino Award winner
     

  • 2016 National & MPSF Player of the Year
     

  • Two-time ACWPC First Team All-American
     

  • 2016 NCAA Tournament MVP
     

  • Major: International Relations
     

  • Minor: Marketing

FAST FACTS
  • A dual citizen of the USA and Greece, she played on the Greek National Team until December 2017, when made her debut with the U.S. National Team
     

  • Has a twin sister, Ioanna, who also was on the USC women’s water polo team and was a member of the Greek National Team 
     

  • Moved from Greece to the United States in high school, attending Corona del Mar HS
     

  • Scored five goals in the 2016 NCAA Championship game, including the late game-winner from near mid-pool
     

  • USC’s 2016 NCAA championship team featured four past or future Olympians: Haralabidis (2020: USA), Amanda Longan (2020: USA), Hayley McKelvey (2020: Canada) and Victória Chamorro (2016: Brazil)