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USC will face San Jose State at home Friday in a non conference meeting.
The baseball team headed north this weekend to take on Stanford in the team’s second series of the year in conference play. Although they sat one game below .500 entering the three-game set, the Trojans held a 2-1 record in the Pac-12 standings thanks to their series win over California in March. After taking the first […]
In a marathon 14-inning affair, the No. 22 Trojans fell to No. 9 UCLA 5-3 to wrap up the annual Dodger Stadium Classic at Dodger Stadium on Sunday.
USC baseball looks to start a new win streak after losing to UC Irvine Tuesday night.
His name is Eric Calhoun, and if you’ve ever been to a USC baseball game, you know who he is. He is always the loudest, most boisterous fan at Dedeaux Field — the first to start a “Let’s go Trojans!” chant when the team needs a rally, or to urge the opponent to “quit stalling, […]
USC is riding a six-game winning streak as they get ready to face the defending national champion Bruins.
USC baseball looks to move above .500 with a win over Pac-12 rival Arizona tonight.
USC will look to rebound from a mid-week loss to Pepperdine against a last-place Utes team.
USC’s baseball team looks to break its four-game losing streak tonight against LMU.
As the story goes, legendary USC baseball coach Rod Dedeaux used to buy a keg of beer before each home game and place it in the stands — along with some red cups — behind the visitors’ dugout, encouraging student attendance and helping them “loosen up” a bit before delivering their best heckles to that […]