My City, My Team

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For USC captain Hayes Pullard, the road from Crenshaw to the Coliseum was short, but the journey was long.

Big Weekend for Water Polo

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The Trojans are seeking their third consecutive MPSF tournament title this weekend in Long Beach and are off to a great start after defeating UC Irvine, 12-5, on Friday.

Senior Kostas Genidounias scored three goals in the match, bringing his career tally to 251, just three goals shy of the USC all-time record. Sophomore Nick Bell and freshman James Walters had two goals apiece and five other Trojans scored to send the team to the semifinal in dominating fashion.

USC advances to face the winner of Stanford/Pepperdine in the semifinal game on Saturday at 3 p.m. PT. A win on Saturday would place the Trojans in the MPSF Championship set for 3 p.m. on Sunday. At the very least, the Trojans need a strong showing this weekend to secure a spot in the NCAA Tournament field and the right to defend their championship for a seventh consecutive year.


Bounce Back in Charleston

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USC men's basketball evened its record at 2-2 on the season by coming back to beat Drexel 72-70 on day two of the Charleston Classic.  The Trojans were led by sophomore Darion Clark, who had 15 points and 7 rebounds, and freshman Jordan McLaughlin, who scored 11 points with 8 assists and 4 steals.

Click here for the recap.

USC has a day off to enjoy South Carolina before finishing the tournament on Sunday at 12:30 p.m. PT against the winner of Penn State and Cornell. The game will be broadcast on and 710 ESPNLA.


Pac-12 Previews USC-UCLA

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The SoCal BMW Crosstown Cup battle between USC and UCLA is not only the game of the week in the Pac-12, but the country.  Here is the Pac-12 Networks preview of the Trojans and Bruins:

USC-Hawks Ready for Bruins

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Led by Dion Bailey, the six Trojans on the Seattle Seahawks reminded Instagram and the world that they always have one eye on the Crosstown Showdown.

From left: Malcolm Smith, Anthony McCoy, Mike Morgan, Allen Bradford and Stanley Havili with Bailey behind them

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With Rivalry Week heating up, tag all your social media content with #FightOn and join the Trojan social media Family on our new #FightOn page at Plus, we are giving away LG G Pad tablets to lucky fans who sign-up on the page.


USC vs. UCLA: Top Plays

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The last 84 years have seen some incredible moments in the historic rivalry between USC and UCLA. Before the Trojans take on the Bruins this Saturday, relive some of the top plays between the crosstown rivals:

The Complete Package

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USC DE Leonard Williams is looking to be the Trojans' first two-time All-American DE since Marlin McKeever in 1959-60 and has all the qualities to get him there. With his size, stats and NFL Draft potential, Williams is the complete package.


Just Beachy

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USC alums dominated the beach volleyball circuit this year led by April Ross, who was named the AVP's Most Valuable Player and Best Server, and Tri Bourne, who picked up year end honors as the Men's Best Offensive Player. Ross and Kerri Walsh Jennings also were named Team of the Year for their perfect summer.

The future is even brighter as Jenn Kessy is returning to the tour in 2015 after taking the year off to give birth to her first child. The London 2012 Olympic silver medalist is positioning herself for a Rio 2016 run with partner Emily Day.

Ross (left) and Kessy (right) formed an all-USC team in 2012.
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Hoops Tournament Updates

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USC men's basketball announced on Thursday that it will compete in the 2015 Orlando Classic next November 26, 27 and 29.

This year, the Trojans are playing in the Charleston Classic as their early season tournament and lost on Thursday to Akron, 66-46, in their opening game. Nikola Jovanovic led the Trojans in scoring with 11 points but the team was stymied by 16 turnovers. USC faces either Drexel or Miami on Friday at 9 a.m. PT. The game will be broadcast on and AM 690.