USC Women's Soccer news

  1. Five Trojans Selected in the 2017 NWSL Draft
    Five Trojans off the 2016 national championship squad were selected in the 2017 NWSL Draft, the most Trojans taken in any professional women's soccer league draft, and the most selected from any program in Thursday's draft at the J.W. Marriott hotel in Downtown LA.
  2. Four Trojans Called to Action with their Respective National Team Programs
    Four Trojans have been called to work with their respective youth national team programs. Seniors Morgan Andrews, Mandy Freeman and Kayla Mills have been called to camp for the U.S. Women’s U-23 team, while freshman Ashleigh Plumptre participated in camp late last month for the English Women’s National Team U-18/U-19.
  3. Andrews to Attend MAC Hermann Trophy Award Ceremony
    Senior midfielder Morgan Andrews is set to attend the Missouri Athletic Club's banquet on Friday, January 6 in St. Louis, where the Hermann Trophy Award will be given to the nation's top male and female collegiate soccer players. Andrews is one of three female finalists, the first Trojan to earn such an honor.
  4. Prudhomme Named an NSCAA Scholar All-American
    After earning NSCAA Scholar-Athlete First Team All-West Region honors, senior goalkeeper Sammy Jo Prudhomme was named an NSCAA Scholar All-American third team selection, it was announced today.
  5. Morgan Andrews Named a Finalist for the Prestigious MAC Hermann Trophy Award
    Senior midfielder Morgan Andrews was named a finalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy Award on Tuesday morning, becoming the first Trojan to ever be named a finalist for the prestigious award.