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USC MVB - Nygaard at the Net: Week 5

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USC men's volleyball picked up its third win of the season with an impressive upset over UC Irvine this weekend, before dropping a four-setter to UC San Diego.

Watch head coach Jeff Nygaard break down what went right against the Anteaters and what went wrong against the Tritons in this week's Nygaard at the Net:

Crosstown Clash at Chavez Ravine

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With the USC baseball season just around the corner, it's time to mark your calendars for the next chapter in the Dodger Stadium College Baseball Classic.

On Sunday, March 5, USC takes on crosstown rival UCLA in a 3 p.m. tilt at the legendary Dodger Stadium.

Last year saw the Trojans and Bruins battle it out for 14 innings, before UCLA eked out a 5-3 victory. This March, the Trojans hope to flip the script.

Tickets are available for purchase online or at the phone numbers below!

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10 Out Of 10

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USC women's water polo earned three dominant wins this weekend to move to 10-0 on the season.

In their home opener, the No. 2 Trojans took down No. 15 San Diego State, 23-6. Senior Stephania Haralibidis notched a game-high five goals, while junior Annika Jensen netted a new career-high four goals.

The next day, the Women of Troy racked up two more wins at the Whittier Invitational.

Against Pomona-Pitzer, they didn't allow a goal until the fourth period, racking up a 25-2 victory. Just hours later, they squared off against Chapman, and cruised to a 24-1 victory.

In USC's three wins, Haralibidis scored 11 goals, bumping her up to No. 4 on USC's all-time scoring chart. Her 221 goals trail only Monica Vavic, Aniko Pelle and Sofia Konoukh.

This weekend, Haralibidis and the Trojans take their talents to La Jolla, CA for the Triton Invitational. Their first action comes at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday morning.

Winners in Washington

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USC forward Chimezie Metu posted a career-high 29 points on Saturday, helping the Trojans earn their 20th win of the season.

Click here for the full recap!

Fresh off a come-from-behind victory over Washington, the Trojans beat Washington State, 86-77, to complete their first road sweep under head coach Andy Enfield.

Metu led the way, shooting 12-of-14 from the field and hauling in 8 rebounds.

Watch the highlights here!

In both games this weekend, USC also got a lift from sophomore co-captain Bennie Boatwright. The forward missed two months with a knee injury, but came back with a bang, averaging 18.0 points in the Trojans' two Washington wins.

The win over the Cougars was USC's fourth in a row and its 20th win of the season. Sitting at 20-4 (7-4 Pac-12), the Trojans now gear up to host Oregon State and Oregon this week.

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Rose Bowl Resolution

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To commemorate USC's 25th Rose Bowl win, California's senate will honor USC with a resolution on Monday.

Deontay Burnett, Chris Hawkins and Leon McQuay III will travel to Sacramento to represent the Trojans as the state senate presents them with the formal, framed resolution. Senator Ricardo Lara (D-Bell Gardens), who wrote the resolution, will receive the Trojans at his office in the Capitol and will acknowledge them on the Senate floor.

Fans can watch a live stream of the presentation here around 2 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 6.

Trojans Live: Signing Day Special

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USC wrapped up National Signing Day with a special Trojans Live featuring new QB Jack Sears, USCFootball.com recruiting expert Ryan Abraham and assistant personnel director Eric Ziskin, plus special guest host Shaun Cody.

Abraham broke down the Trojans' impressive finish, calling head coach Clay Helton a true "closer" in the recruiting game.

Click here to watch Abraham on Trojans Live.

Ziskin explained the recruiting process from the inside-out as he runs the organization from the John McKay Center.

Click here to watch Ziskin on Trojans Live.

Sears was Sam Darnold's successor at San Clemente and now hopes to follow the Rose Bowl MVP to similar glory at USC.


Vegas Sweepstakes

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Just one month remains in the USC men's basketball regular season before the team heads off to Vegas for the Pac-12 Tournament.

USC fans can join them by entering the AT&T/Pac-12 sweepstakes. Use the hashtag #ATTPacForVegasSweepstakes and tag @Pac12Network on Twitter or @Pac12Conference on Instagram to enter to win two all-season tickets, money for flights, a hotel and spending money in Sin City.

In the meantime, stop by Galen Center four any of USC's last four home games of the season!

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Girl Power

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To celebrate the 31st annual National Girls & Women in Sports Day, USC's Trojan Outreach program partnered with Girls Inc. to teach young women about the power of playing sports.

Dominique Randle of USC women's soccer and Courtney Jaco of USC women's basketball shared their experiences in college athletics with the Compton chapter of Girls Inc.

See You at Uytengsu

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USC_Water_Polo_CAL_Mcgillen_2016_HR_-2.jpgUSC women's water polo team, which is 7-0 and ranked No. 2 in the nation, hosts its home opener vs. San Diego State tomorrow.

Click here for the full preview!

The Trojans haven't lost a home match since March 8, 2015, and aim to keep that streak alive against the No. 15 Aztecs.

The 5 p.m. outing gives senior Stephania Haralabidis a chance to move up USC's all-time scoring list, as the Greek import needs four goals to take sole possession of fifth place. This season, she's averaging 3.6 goals per game.

The Trojans face a quick turnaround as they head out to Whittier for an early double-header on Saturday. USC takes on Pomona-Pitzer at 9 a.m. and Chapman at 10:30 a.m. at the Whittier Invitational.

Follow @USCWaterPolo on Twitter for live updates during USC's three games this weekend!