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Bound for a 10th consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament on May 10, the USC women’s water polo team will carry a barrel of honors into the event.
Cynthia Cooper-Dyke has returned to campus as the new head coach of USC women’s basketball.
Some hailed it as “The Women’s Olympics,” as the 2012 London Games marked the first time in history that all participating nations allowed women to compete.
At the Sports Business Institute’s Commissioners’ Series on Jan. 15, Lorenzo Fertitta, chairman and CEO of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, shared the story behind his organization’s transformation from a struggling, nearly bankrupt entity in 2001 to the highly successful global sports enterprise it is today.
The wait is over. On Feb. 9, the Women of Troy will take the field at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for USC’s first varsity women’s lacrosse game.
USC men’s water polo father-son duo Jovan and Nikola Vavic swept the 2012 National Coach and Player of the Year honors, announced on Jan. 29. Given out by the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches, the awards capped off a [...]
USC Athletic Director Pat Haden blew out the candles on his 60th birthday in a big way.
Former USC three-time All-American women’s tennis player Heliane Steden ’86 has endowed a scholarship in her name for the Women of Troy tennis program.
The scene: The USC men’s water polo team was swimming in its own home pool at this year’s NCAA tournament championship match against its crosstown rival, the UCLA Bruins.
The USC men’s water polo team pieced together a dramatic 11-10 victory over crosstown rival UCLA on Dec. 2 to extend the Trojans’ national championship streak to five in a row.