Tag Archive for: women’s water polo
As the 2012-13 school year comes to a close, it is only natural for students to reflect on their time at USC. For seniors about to embark on the next phase of their lives, the most common thought is most likely along the lines of “where did the time go?” For underclassmen, time might not […]
USC wins the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation tournament for the first time since 2009.
The Women of Troy will face off against CSU Bakersfield in the first round of MPSF play.
The USC women’s water polo team outscored UCLA 6-2 in the second half to seal the win.
No. 1 USC used a swarming second-half defense to keep upset-minded UC Irvine at bay.
On a chilly afternoon in Westchester, the USC offense completely missed the memo that things were supposed to be cooling down. After a relatively slow first quarter, the top-ranked women’s water polo team came alive to beat the No. 11 Loyola Marymount Lions 17-6. The lopsided final score hides the fact that, for the first […]
The USC women’s water polo team sweep a doubleheader against Bakersfield and Brown.
The USC women’s water polo team sweeps through the field to continue its unbeaten start.
Coming into this weekend’s Lancer Invitational at Cal Baptist University, the USC women’s water polo team was ranked second in the nation and first among participating schools. After the final whistle of the game against Concordia on Saturday, the Women of Troy left no doubt that they were the team to beat in Riverside. Energized […]
Monica Vavic and USC fell to Stanford after making several comeback attempts.