Staying Resilient

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In recent years, when things got bad for USC baseball, they got really bad.  In 2013, the Trojans had two five-game losing streaks, and the previous year, USC ended the season losing 15 of 16 including a nine-game skid.

The 2014 Trojans have done a better job of stopping the bleeding before it is too late.  USC responded to a four-game skid in March with back-to-back wins.  The Trojans lost three straight amid a tough Oregon trip, but rebounded to win three-of-four including a series win at Stanford.

After a rough weekend sweep at the hands of Washington, USC came through in the clutch last night to beat Long Beach State 4-3.  Senior Jake Hernandez (pictured) delivered the winning run with an 8th inning double to plate Timmy Robinson.

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Back above .500 at 14-13, the trick for the Trojans will be building on the victory with a three-game trip to Arizona State due up this weekend. 


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