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Men’s water polo cruises past Harvard to reach title match


It took two minutes of Saturday’s semifinal game against Harvard for the Trojans to prove that they had come into this championship with one goal in mind — an NCAA trophy. With the band booming and a crowd of fans decked out in crimson and gold, the Spieker Aquatics Complex in Berkeley, Calif. felt like a […]

No. 2 water polo tops Stanford as Vavic collects 500th win


The No. 2-rankd water polo team defeated Stanford 8-4 on the road on Saturday, attaining the 500th men’s program win for co-head coach Jovan Vavic. The historic victory over the Cardinal starts the Trojans off as 1-0 in MPSF and 6-0 overall. USC put up a strong defensive front shutting out host Stanford in both the […]

2012 shaping up to be special


USC athletics is on the rise. Though there has never been a significant drop off in the land of Troy, it is undeniable that there has been a recent surge. USC currently boasts several national championship-caliber programs. In 2011, two programs hoisted the national championship trophy over their collective heads — men’s tennis and men’s […]

Men’s water polo team continues USC’s winning tradition


When goalkeeper Joel Dennerley left the pool after defeating UCLA 7-4 on Sunday Dec. 4, 2011, he could call himself a national champion — four times over. Four national championships in four years. Unheard of. In the grand scheme of college athletics, the Trojans’ four-peat is truly historic. There are few runs in college sports […]