USC continues to rise up in the recruiting class rankings.
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Looking to shake off a rough start to the new year, the defending NCAA champion USC men’s tennis team will try to divide and conquer at the Sherwood Collegiate Cup this weekend. From today through Jan. 19, the Trojans will partake in singles and doubles individual tournaments in Westlake Village, Calif., along with competitors from […]
The USC women’s basketball team will travel across town to Westwood to take on UCLA at Pauley Pavilion on Sunday, Jan. 18 at 7:30 p.m. The Women of Troy (11-5, 3-2 Pac-12) will look to avenge a 59-52 loss at the hands of the Bruins on Dec. 30 at the Galen Center. Freshman guard McKenzie […]
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The Tampa, Florida, native was USC’s leading receiver in 2013 and 2014.
Drevno will serve as the offensive coordinator at Michigan after one season at USC.
The two-time All-American is expected to be a top-10 pick.
A late goal by UCLA ruined USC’s chances to win its seventh straight men’s water polo title.
The Trojans will travel to San Diego to face Nebraska on Dec. 27.
With such a large the number of students from different ethnic backgrounds attending USC, I would hope that there is more appreciation of the increasing diversity. As an Asian-American student at USC, however, I have found that many students tend to stick with others of similar ethnic background, which of course is totally fine. It’s […]