2:04 AM EDT, Tue May 24, 2016
7 hours ago

Stepping Stone

USC women's lacrosse took its first loss of the season on Saturday, ending the Women of Troy's historic campaign in the NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals at Syracuse. The Trojans clawed back from a three-goal deficit to tie the game and send...
7 hours ago

Fight On Camps

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9 hours ago

Photo Gallery: Baseball Senior Salute

USC baseball closed the home schedule by dropping two of three to Oregon State this weekend. The Trojans opened the series with a 3-1 loss, but responded by clubbing the Beavers, 10-1, on Saturday.Click here for the recaps.Sunday's rubber match...
11 hours ago

Tennis Season's Over

While USC women's tennis was knocked out in the second round, the men advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 in Tulsa before dropping a dramatic dual to Georgia. The Trojans and Bulldogs are two of the sport's superpowers, and they...
May 20, 2016

One Final Weekend at Dedeaux

On Sunday, nine USC baseball seniors will play beneath the afternoon sun at Dedeaux Field for the final time. Four years after starting their Trojan careers, a lot has changed within the most successful program in college baseball history, and...
May 19, 2016

Bring on the Bulldogs

The No. 10-seeded USC men's tennis team is one win away from its 10th straight trip to the NCAA Quarterfinals, and is aiming to buck the seeding and secure a berth with a win over No. 7 Georgia on Friday....
May 19, 2016

Building from the Backstop

USC junior catcher Jeremy Martinez has been named a semifinalist for the Johnny Bench Award, marking the second consecutive year that a Trojan has been so honored. Martinez took over catching responsibilities from Garrett Stubbs, who won the Johnny Bench...
May 19, 2016

Par for the Course

In what's become somewhat of a regular phenomenon, the USC men's golf team is on it's way back to the NCAA Championships final for the 10th straight time. Sophomores Jonah Texeira and Sean Crocker, as well as freshman Justin...
May 19, 2016

Very First First-Teamers

Continuing the trend in USC women's lacrosse's year of firsts, Michaela Michael and Courtney Tarleton were named the program's first-ever First Team IWLCA All-Americans on Wednesday. The pair forms somewhat of an offensive and defensive yin and yang on the...
May 18, 2016

Best in the Field

On Wednesday, USC junior All-American Amalie Iuel received the well-deserved honor of 2016 Pac-12 Women's Field Athlete of the Year. The versatile track star won her second Pac-12 heptathlon title this season, scoring the second-most points ever by a...
May 18, 2016

Ready for Impact

USC junior CB Adoree' Jackson and sophomore LB Cam Smith were named to the 2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy watch list, which recognizes the nation's best defensive players who also demonstrate elite character.Click here for the complete list.Jackson has started 22...
May 18, 2016

Boone Bio

USC baseball alum Bret Boone is the first third-generation baseball player in Major League Baseball history. The former three-time all star published a book to tell 70 years of stories about "baseball's first family."Click here for more on Home Game.Bret...
May 18, 2016

Rowing to NCAAs

No. 12 USC women's rowing is headed to the NCAA Championships for the eight consecutive time and 10th time overall. This year's national regatta, featuring 22 teams, will take place on Lake Natoma in Gold River, CA, from May 27-29....
May 18, 2016

More Runs for Ramirez

As the 11th-best hitter in the Pac-12 conference with a .331 batting average, USC's AJ Ramirez is enjoying a very solid offensive season. His stat sheet grew even more impressive in the Trojans' Tuesday night victory over UC Irvine when...
May 18, 2016

Defensive Guru

As USC women's lacrosse prepares for its first-ever NCAA Quarterfinal this week (Saturday at Syracuse), the Women of Troy know that the old adage, "Defense wins championships," applies to their sport as well. In its undefeated run this season, USC...