USC Women's Basketball news

  1. Trakh Brings Glover, Hughes And Alverson To Troy As Assistants
    Newly appointed USC women's basketball head coach Mark Trakh has solidified his coaching staff in bringing former assistants Jason Glover, Aarika Hughes and Blanche Alverson to Troy. All three coaches worked under Trakh while he was at the helm at New Mexico State, with a hand in the Aggies' series of runs to the NCAA Tournament.
  2. Mark Trakh Returning To USC As Women's Basketball Head Coach
    Mark Trakh, who led USC and Pepperdine to NCAA Tournament appearances before guiding New Mexico State to NCAA berths the past three seasons, is returning to USC as its head women's basketball coach, USC athletic director Lynn Swann announced today (April 21).
  3. Two Trojans Pick Up Pac-12 All-Academic Honors
    Another round of Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention goes to two Women of Troy in recognition of another season of strong academic achievements put forth by the pair of standout USC guards. Senior Courtney Jaco now has her third set of academic accolades, while junior Sadie Edwards has collected her second selection to the Pac-12’s academic honor roll.
  4. Cynthia Cooper-Dyke Resigns As USC Women's Basketball Head Coach
    USC women's basketball head coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke announced today (March 3) that she has resigned after four seasons guiding the Women of Troy.
  5. USC Women See Seattle Trip Come To A Close With 71-58 Loss To Cal
    The USC women's basketball team had the game level in the early stages of the fourth quarter, but No. 8 seed California dug in and kept converting in the paint and from the free-throw line to stave off the No. 9 seeded Trojans in today's Pac-12 Tournament opener in Seattle. A final 71-58 win by the Golden Bears sends Cal on to tomorrow's quarterfinals, while USC finishes up its time in Seattle holding a 14-16 overall record.