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Building a program takes time


USC has been home to national champions in almost every sport. The football team is a consistent winner and one of the most successful programs in the history of the sport. Baseball had its glory days under coach Rod Dedeaux. There have been multiple Olympians coming from championship track and field teams. The Women of […]

Alexis Moore requests release from USC, confirms plan to transfer


Freshman guard Alexis Moore will transfer after requesting his release from the school, his father, Barry, confirmed to the Daily Trojan Tuesday night. His request is expected to be made official on Wednesday, allowing him to contact other schools. ESPNLA first reported the story. Moore, a 6-foot-2 guard from Long Beach, appeared in all 32 games for […]

Women of Troy fall to the Cougars in tournament quarterfinals


The Women of Troy entered the Pac-12 Tournament with a six-game win streak, a first round bye, and high hopes that just two more wins could propel them into the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2006. Instead, USC’s dreams of entering the Big Dance ended once again Thursday, as the No. 11 seed […]

Despite 25 losses, one USC fan remains loyal


Derek Mac Arthur didn’t miss a USC men’s basketball game at the Galen Center all season. No matter how ugly it got. No matter how unwatchable the Trojans appeared at times. And believe me, on Saturday, they were again borderline unwatchable — it’s worth noting they scored 14 first-half points in a 43-38 loss to […]