The University is in shambles. For the past two years, USC has been on a runaway roller coaster.
The Trojans’ team effort is pushing them past Pac-12 opponents.
USC will take on defending national champions in North Gym Saturday night.
As chancellor, Folt helped UNC rebuild following a national athletic scandal.
Multiple Trojans had solid performances that could help their stock in April’s Draft.
The men's team has a tough match against No. 3 Texas while the women's team seeks a conference victory over Oregon.
For many college students, four years of school can seem to fly by quickly. For student-athletes, grueling workouts, travel and the rigors of competing at the Division I level can make it go by even quicker. In this series, the Daily Trojan sits down with senior athletes playing various sports at USC to discuss their experience over the past four years, from their athletic life to their academic life. This week’s senior is men’s volleyball outside hitter Gianluca Grasso, a co-captain and native of Brazil who transferred to USC his sophomore year.
But this week, unfortunately, the rush of recent news overshadowed an event that often gets pushed to the back burner of sports media.
The Trojans defeated the Dirtbags 5-2 Tuesday night at Dedeaux Field.
Due to scheduling conflicts, USC played in North Gym, not Galen Center.