W. Lacrosse. Top-Seeded Trojans Set to Defend MPSF Crown
The No. 7-ranked USC lacrosse team (14-3) captured the 2017 MPSF regular-season title and will host the conference tournament at McAlister Field this week. As the top seed in the tourney, the Trojans have a first-round bye and will meet either fourth-seeded Oregon (9-7) or fifth-seeded San Diego State (9-7) in the semifinals at noon PT on Friday (April 28). The Women of Troy defeated both potential opening opponents by double digits in road games earlier this season.
Beach Volleyball. No. 1 Trojans Enter Pac-12 Tournament as Top Seed
The No. 1-ranked USC beach volleyball team (30-0) defends its Pac-12 title as the top seed in this weekend's tournament at Arizona's Beach Volleyball Stadium in Tucson, Ariz. The Women of Troy will put a 60-match winning streak on the line when they face either eighth-seeded Utah (1-10) or ninth-seeded Oregon (2-7) in the quarterfinals at 1 p.m. PT on Thursday (April 27).
W. Golf. Trojans Finish Fifth At Pac-12s, Morgan, Ree Named First Team All-Conference
Senior Victoria Morgan matched her season-best round, freshman Muni He joined her under par today while senior Tiffany Chan secured a top 10 finish as No. 7 USC finished the 2017 Pac-12 Women's Golf Championships on a high note on Wednesday (April 26) at the Sewailo G.C. in Tucson, Ariz.
W. Tennis. USC Women's Tennis Advances to Quarterfinals of Pac-12 Team Championships
The No. 6 seeded USC women’s tennis team took down the No. 11 seed Washington State 4-0 in the first round of the Pac-12 Team Championships on Wednesday (April 26) in Ojai, Calif. The Women of Troy improve to 12-9 overall and will face the No. 3 seed Arizona State in the Quarterfinals of the tournament on Thursday (April 27) at 11 a.m.
W. Basketball. 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.