Trojans set to take on high-powered Sun Devils

Victories for the Trojans are hard-fought. That’s not going to change this weekend as USC returns home to host the No. 17 Arizona State Sun Devils. “It’s just another really good opponent that we’re going to play, so it’s going to be fun,” USC head coach Dan Hubbs said. “Still, there’s not an easy weekend […]

USC gets ready for pair of matches against community colleges

After splitting a pair of teams duals last Saturday, defeating No. 5-ranked Hawai’i and losing to No. 1-ranked Pepperdine, the USC women’s sand volleyball team will travel to Santa Barbara this Saturday to take on Santa Barbara City College and Fullerton College. Though the Women of Troy (10-5) are playing a pair of community colleges, […]

Women of Troy look to keep momentum going against Cal

The USC women’s lacrosse team hopes to build off a strong start to the month of April and build some momentum before the MPSF championships in Eugene, Ore., as it takes on California on Friday at McAlister Field at 3 p.m. The Women of Troy (6-8, 3-2 MPSF), after finishing March with a 3-6 record, […]

Spring game gives USC a chance to start over

It seems like just yesterday I was writing about the 2012 spring game. National championship hopes were high, as was talk about a Heisman Trophy for Matt Barkley. The stars were aligned for the Trojans, to say the least. A year later, things couldn’t be more different. There is no quarterback certainty. There aren’t really […]