Entries by Eric He

Women’s lacrosse takes on Michigan, Vermont at home

With an undefeated record and two weeks off from competitive play, the Women of Troy are ready to take on Michigan and Vermont Friday and Saturday, respectively, at home. “We’re just excited to have another game,” head coach Lindsey Munday said. “It’s been a long stretch. It was a good opportunity, though, to rest our bodies and to make […]

Cardinal and Gold alumni match unites past with present

The USC women’s beach volleyball team kicked off the season with the Cardinal and Gold alumni match at Merle Norman Stadium on Thursday. Before the event started, a kick-off party was organized with donors and supporters. Current athletes then paired up with alumni to play single-set matches to 21 points, giving the chance to young […]

Men’s tennis can’t come back against UCLA

The No. 12 USC men’s tennis team fell to No. 6 UCLA 5-2 on Tuesday in a non-conference crosstown showdown in Westwood. This was USC’s first outdoor loss in the season, as the previous two both came in the ITA Indoor Championships. The Bruins clinched the match after a three-set win on court 4 by senior Karue […]

Trojans use 5-run second inning to beat Long Beach State

The No. 22 USC baseball team capitalized off of a 5-run second inning to defeat Long Beach State 7-4 Tuesday night in the teams’ one game meeting at Blair Field to improve to 5-3.  The USC rally, highlighted by a two-run Adalberto Carrillo home run, scoring A.J. Ramirez, was a response to a quick 3-run […]

Five Trojans land on Pac-12 All-Century Women’s Basketball Team

The Pac-12 unveiled the conference’s women’s basketball All-Century team on Monday night with a starting group of eight guards, twelve centers, one player of the century and one coach of the century. USC came second in the group with five All-Century starters, including the All-Century Player of the Year. Former Trojan forward Cheryl Miller was […]

Women of Troy end regular season with pair of home defeats

Despite riding the No. 9 team in the country tightly for most of Friday night, USC walked away from the weekend with two losses to Arizona State and Arizona.   Mistakes in the final minutes of the ASU game and a slow start against Arizona gave the Trojans a tough final weekend in the Galen Center. […]

Men’s volleyball drops another to No. 4 UCLA

The men’s volleyball team lost in four sets (25-16, 25-20, 25-27, 25-16) to arch-rival No.4 UCLA Saturday night at the Galen Center. The Trojans (3-13, 3-11 MPSF), who have dropped both matches to the Bruins (15-3, 11-3 MPSF) this season, got off to a slow start, failing to take the lead until midway through an exciting third set […]

Track prepares for MPSF indoor championships

The Trojan track and field teams will be heading to Seattle, Washington, this weekend to compete in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Indoor Track and Field Championships. The women’s team will seek to hold onto their title for the third year in a row, while the men’s team will attempt to dethrone Oregon, who narrowly […]