The Women of Troy took down UCLA for the fourth straight time to secure the conference crown.
Her once-structured schedule turned upside down, USC volleyball player Aleksandra Gryka is settling into academic and athletic life amid the pandemic.
The ex-USC and UCLA men’s assistant helped the Bruin women to an NCAA tournament appearance in 2019.
After leaving USC, he went on to be a successful, longtime high school coach in Orange County.
These Trojans — second- and third-generation athletes — have a distinct advantage, not just in knowledge but also in genetics.
The Guadalajara-born athlete will go pro in Europe for a few years, then hopes to return to USC for a master’s degree.