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Jun 24, 2016

Vote For Bricio!

USC women's volleyball's Samantha Bricio won just about every accolade possible in the final season of her stellar, four-year Trojan career. The 2015 AVCA, Pac-12 and espnW Player of the Year, a recipient of the prestigious Honda Sports Award and...
Jun 23, 2016

2016 NBA Draft Preview: Julian Jacobs

With confetti still falling on the streets of Cleveland, it's time for the 2016 NBA Draft, where USC's most recent first team All-Pac-12 point guard, Julian Jacobs, will find out which city will reap the benefits of his striking athleticism...
Jun 22, 2016

Props to Peterson

Junior USC women's water polo captain Avery Peterson leads a trio of Trojans receiving All-Academic honors from the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches for the 2016 season. In addition to Peterson, freshmen Courtney Fahey and Mackenzie Flath earned spots...
Jun 22, 2016

#StartYourStreak: Jeff Schneider

The Trojan Family has some of the most devoted fans in college football, including Jeff Schneider. Each fall, Schneider takes the term "passion" to a new level as a dedicated USC fan who travels 2,300 miles almost every other weekend...
Jun 22, 2016

Volleyball Set For 2016

The defending Pac-12 co-champion USC women's volleyball team announced its schedule for the 2016 season on Tuesday, including 19 televised games with a pair set to be broadcast on ESPNU. Click here for USC's complete schedule. In addition to the regular 10...
Jun 21, 2016

The Best is Yet to Come

Written by Sarah Bergstrom, USC blog contributorIn this week's edition of First Look, NFL analyst Daniel Jeremiah's offseason breakdown of college football's best players, the former NFL scout profiled USC wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster who is looking to make an...
Jun 21, 2016

Trojan Trio at 20

On Tuesday, a trio of Trojan greats were named to the WNBA's 20@20 list, a selection of the 20 greatest and most influential players in league history in celebration of the WNBA's 20th anniversary. With three players selected, USC was...
Jun 21, 2016

Mini-Plans On Sale Now

Starting today, USC fans can purchase mini-plan ticket packages for the 2016 football season, providing the ultimate flexibility to attend Trojan home games that fit their schedules.Click here to purchase!!Fans can choose mini-plans in increments of two to six games,...
Jun 21, 2016

A Workout By The Waves

The Trojans escaped the heat on Tuesday morning, trading in their regularly-scheduled, player-run workout for a grueling beach fitness session at sunrise. From push-ups, to dune sprints to endless reps of squats, the team, led by head coach Clay...
Jun 20, 2016

Times Square Takeover

USC beach volleyball's two-time national champion duo Sara Hughes and Kelly Claes took a bite out of the Big Apple this weekend, competing in the AVP New York City Open. The amateurs made it all the way to the semifinals,...
Jun 17, 2016

A Future With Fresno State

Announced on Friday, USC will host a three-game home series with Fresno State at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in the 2019, 2022 and 2025 seasons. The Trojans' previously-announced home game with UNLV in 2019 will now be the 2018...
Jun 17, 2016

Preseason Picks

As we inch closer to September 3 and the start of USC football season, more and more Trojans are beginning to pop up on preseason All-American and All-Conference watch lists around the country. This week, junior WR JuJu Smith-Schuster...
Jun 17, 2016

Alabama Tickets On Sale

Tickets are on sale now to the general public for USC vs. Alabama at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, on September 3.Click here to purchase tickets!Fans in need of bus, limo or RV parking can also purchase those passes now...
Jun 16, 2016

Men's Basketball Season Tickets

Last year, the Trojan Family turned Galen Center into a fortress as USC men's basketball won a record-setting 15 consecutive home games to start the season. To continue building this program, the Trojans need the fans to step up again...
Jun 15, 2016

Open Invitation

USC men's golf rising sophomore Justin Suh advanced through U.S. Open qualifying to earn a spot in the field at Oakmont this week. Suh, known to his teammates as "Boomer", fired back-to-back 67s to book his ticket to the 116th...