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.
USC boasts a 71-29-11 (.689) record at McAlister Field, with the 2002 season representing the first time that every regular-season home game was played at the facility. Before 2002, several games were held at the Los Angeles Coliseum, and the Trojans have played a few select games at the Coliseum as well in the past six years.
"I think McAlister Field has the best surface in the Pac-12 Conference," USC head coach Keidane McAlpine said. "Being located at 30th and Hoover is perfect for practice and games because it allows fans from campus and the community to be a part of the experience. McAlister is a very intimate place to come and be entertained by the soccer our Women of Troy are playing here at USC."