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 […]
With the Women of Troy’s place in the NCAA Tournament all but secured, the team is now focused on clinching the conference title.
The Women of Troy left the Bay Area with two gritty wins that spanned nine sets.
USC hasn’t won its regular season series against both Stanford and Cal since 2003.
The Women of Troy regained the No. 1 ranking after beating Stanford and Cal last week.
The Women of Troy swept No. 9 Stanford to give USC coach Mick Haley is 1100th career win before squeezing past Cal in five sets.
The Women of Troy keep Utah’s attacking percentage at .178 and dust off the Utes in three sets.
Freshman outside hitter Ebony Nwabenu led No. 4 USC to a victory over No. 11 UCLA in the squad’s Pac-12 opener, recording 17 kills.
The Women of Troy will put their four-match win streak on the line at the Galen Center.
USC moves to 10-1, but loses junior setter Hayley Crone to an undisclosed injury.