Trojans take seventh place at Battle 4 Atlantis


The USC men’s basketball team traveled to the Bahamas for the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament, looking to continue their four-game winning streak out of the country. But that hope would be extinguished quickly, with the Trojans suffering a 94-79 loss to Villanova and a 77-63 defeat to Wake Forest. USC would, however, secure seventh place […]

USC concludes regular season on four-game win streak


With their final two matches coming during Thanksgiving week, the USC women’s volleyball team couldn’t be blamed for looking ahead to the first four rounds of the NCAA tournament its set to host over the next two weeks. Nevertheless, the squad took care of business and notched two more victories that will give them even […]

USC hires Steve Sarkisian as head coach


The USC football head-coaching search is over – and once again, the Trojans will be led by a disciple of former head coach Pete Carroll. Former Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian, who oversaw the development of two Heisman Trophy winning quarterbacks under Carroll alongside former USC head coach Lane Kiffin, has accepted the position and […]

Trojans come up short against rival Bruins


Heading into the 83rd meeting between crosstown rivals USC and UCLA, the focus of the game was mainly on the Trojans and interim head coach Ed Orgeron, with many viewing the game as Orgeron’s opportunity to firmly announce himself as the frontrunner to take over as USC’s permanent head coach after the season’s end. By […]

Crosstown rivalry thrives in the spotlight


With one week remaining in the regular season, the participants for the 2013 Pac-12 championship game have been determined — and neither the Bruins nor the Trojans made the cut. Stanford and Arizona State will do battle with a berth to the 100th Rose Bowl Game. Unlike last season, this year’s rendition of the Battle […]