<p>Two USC student athletes have progressed to the finalist category for Rhodes Scholarships.
The final selections will take place after interviews in Colorado. This year the university has two finalists, one in football and another in track.</p>
<p>Augusto Alonzo from Nebraska
Major is Biomedical Engineering. He is bilingual and active in Engineers without Borders. He led teams which are building a water treatment facilty in rural Honduras and acted as translator.
His favorite subject is honors physics.
Position is football linebacker.</p>
<p>Gary Woodburn from California
His major is history. He founded the non-profit organization called "Give Running". The group donates shoes to needy children in U.S. and abroad.
His sport is distance running on the track team.</p>
<p>Both of these finalists have other honors and accomplishments.</p>