Adam Dedeaux
    Adam  Dedeaux

    Assistant Coach


    Trojans Travel to Utah for Pac-12 Series, First Time in Program History

    Trojans enter the weekend on a one-game winning streak.


    USC Baseball to Host No. 15 Arizona State in Pac-12 Series

    Sunday's game will be telecast live on ESPNU at 2 p.m. PT.


    USC Baseball Heads to No. 4 Cal State Fullerton for First Midweek Road Contest

    Trojans will send freshman LHP Sean Adler to the hill.


    Trojans Remain at Home to Host Stanford in Pac-12 Series Starting Friday

    The first 500 fans to Saturday's game get a WE PLAY AS 1 jersey t-shirt.


    Trojans Return to Dedeaux Field to Host UC Irvine in a Midweek Contest

    RHP Nigel Nootbaar will take the ball for the Trojans.

    Adam Dedeaux joins the USC baseball coaching staff as a volunteer assistant in the fall of 2012. Dedeaux is the grandson of the legendary former USC baseball coach Rod Dedeaux, a Trojan baseball letterman from 2006-2010 and played professionally in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization for two seasons.

    After redshirting his true freshman season in 2006, Dedeaux made 31 career appearances as a right-handed pitcher from 2008-10. He made one start during the 2010 season, with 30 of his appearances coming out of the bullpen. Dedeaux finished his career at Troy with 21 strikeouts through 26.0 innings pitched.

    Dedeaux played two seasons in the Los Angeles Dodgers minor league system from 2010-11. He competed for the AZL Dodgers in rookie ball in 2010, appearing in 10 games and tallying 17 strikeouts through 10.2 innings pitched. In 2011 he competed for the AZL Dodgers, the Ogden Raptors of the rookie Pioneer League and the Triple-A Albuquerque Isotopes of the Pacific Coast League. He threw 15.1 innings and collected nine strikeouts in 10 games with the Isotopes. Overall he finished his time in the Dodgers organization with 26 appearances and 36 strikeouts in 38.1 total innings.

    Dedeaux holds a degree in policy, planning and development from USC.