Facilities


    The new John McKay Center, a $70-million, 110,000-square-foot facility directly west of Heritage Hall on the USC campus, opened in late July of 2012. It houses meeting rooms, coaches offices and a locker room for the football program, as well as the Stevens Academic Center (which features tutoring, counseling, study and computer rooms for USCís student-athletes), a weight room, an athletic training room and a state-of-the-art digital media production facility for all of USC's sports.
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    The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is one of the greatest - and largest - stadiums in America. It combines the traditional and the modern into a premier athletic environment. USC has played football in the Coliseum ever since the grand stadium was built in 1923. In fact, the Trojans played in the first varsity football game ever held there (beating Pomona College, 23-7, on Oct. 6, 1923).
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    You knew there had to be something special about Dedeaux Field from the day it first opened its gates on March 30, 1974. Righthander Russ McQueen threw a no-hitter that afternoon in the first game ever played at Dedeaux Field as USC swept a doubleheader from California. The Trojans went on to win the national championship that year and Dedeaux Field has been their home ever since.
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    Located at the southeast corner of Jefferson Boulevard and Figueroa Street, the Galen Center will play host to an estimated 130 events a year. Galen Center will include a 255,000-square-foot arena with 10,258 seats to support USC men's and women's basketball and volleyball, and a 45,000-square-foot pavilion including three practice courts and offices. (MORE)

    The David X. Marks Tennis Stadium on the USC campus is one of the most intimate and historical facilities in the country, with six courts side-by-side and fans sitting above with a view of all courts as well as a large scoreboard with live scoring. Both the men's and women's programs have renovated team rooms at the facility, with access to video capturing on all courts. Both teams' championships are also on display, along with trophies and art from throughout USC's storied history.
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    The Women of Troy train in the Port of Los Angeles, near San Pedro, just a short, 20-minute drive from USC. The USC Boathouse is located just steps from the water and contains 10 racing eights, five fours, six pairs and several singles. The Port provides great weather year-round (60s and 70s in the winter months and 70s and 80s in the early fall and spring) and calm water.
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    The McDonald's Swim Stadium, the site of the 1984 Olympic swimming and diving competition, the 1989 U.S. Long Course Nationals and the 1991 Olympic Festival swimming and diving competition, is comprised of a 50-meter open-air pool next to a 25-yard, eight-lane diving well featuring 5-, 7 1/2- and 10-meter platforms.
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    Beginning with the 1998 season, the USC women's soccer team no longer had to share a practice field with the football team, as the Women of Troy received a field all their own. Thanks to a $150,000 donation from Hobart and Soni McAlister, a new field was built on the corner of 30th and Hoover. During the 2000 season, a permanent scoreboard was installed.
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    The Burell C. Johnson Family Short Game Practice Facility was made possible by a generous gift from Burell C. Johnson and family, as well as donations from numerous other friends of Trojan golf. It was dedicated on Nov. 25 of 2000.
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    The 3,000-seat stadium opened in the 2001 season and was dedicated on May 5 during the USC-UCLA dual meet. The facility includes track offices, locker rooms, an athlete lounge and meeting rooms. The track and field portion of the venue is still named after legendary USC coach Dean Cromwell, winner of 12 NCAA titles.
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