The Trojans emerged with a win after losing their head coach in the bribery scandal.
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 women’s water polo goaltender Amanda Longan, the reigning National Player of the Year and a member of the U.S. National Team.
The Trojans will try to build their team chemistry as the season builds momentum.
With 12 matches under its belt, USC can begin to focus more on scouting opponents.
The Women of Troy were not fazed by the level of competition this weekend.
USC women’s water polo team will open the Triton Invite against Pomona-Pitzer.
The women’s team faces lower-level competition this weekend in Riverside.
The Women of Troy have a talented group of new players who have big shoes to fill.
USC earned its first national title since 2013 by beating Stanford 14-12 in Palo Alto on Sunday. It marks the 10th national championship for the men's program.
The Trojans will face the winner of UCLA and George Washington.