The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum has been home to Trojans since 1923, but there’s another LA sports venue that’s also played a celebrated role in USC lore. For more than 35 years, the Trojan Marching Band and Dodger Stadium have shared a storied history that includes movie cameos, World Series games, a papal visit and a platinum album recording with one of the most famous rock bands in history.
Live From Dodger Stadium … The Trojan Marching Band
The Trojan Marching Band and the Dodgers have ties that go way back.
Pioneering Players: Baseball at USC
More than 100 years after it began, USC’s baseball program remains the winningest in college ranks.
The Baseball Hall of Fame Welcomes Another Trojan: Randy Johnson
Randy Johnson becomes the third USC baseball player inducted into the MLB’s shrine.
Trojans, Twice Over
Alumni feel the USC love all over again when they become Trojan parents.