Frank Cruz and USC have lost seven straight games and now sit below .500.
Frank Cruz and USC have lost five of their last six games and sit at 20-16 after a 7-0 start.
After getting swept over the weekend, USC gets 13 hits against Cal State Bakersfield.
All season, throughout the ups and downs, USC baseball coach Frank Cruz has said that his players are fighters. And after looking lifeless in a three game sweep at the hands of No. 21 Arizona State over the weekend, Cruz stood by his claim. “We’ll be fine,” said Cruz following the Sunday finale. “We’ll bounce […]
It’s hard to put your trust in a freshman. Never mind the dazzling records, the overstuffed trophy case or the mile-long list of recognitions they bring with them to college. An 18-year-old with zero experience is usually not the first person one would turn to with the game on the line and nerves running sky-high. […]
After a weekend of walk-off finishes, Frank Cruz and USC host Loyola Marymount, hoping to build off a pair of wins against Cal.
Key at-bats from players such as freshman catcher Garrett Stubbs helped the Trojans improve their record to 19-10. overall.
Despite a rough start to the season, California has the potential to play like the squad that made the College World Series in 2011.
Coming off consecutive victories, Frank Cruz and USC will face Washigton State.
After defeating No. 2 Stanford 8-4 in the series finale, USC prepares for UC Irvine Anteaters.