Men's Volleyball
    Trojans Lose to Irvine in Four

    Feb. 7, 1998

    IRVINE, Calif. - The USC men's volleyball team lost to UC Irvine for the first time ever, 16-14, 13-15, 13-15, 10-15, on Saturday night at Irvine's Crawford Hall.

    The Trojans had a season-high 99 kills, led by a career-high 24 from senior middle blocker Szilard Kovacs and 21 from freshman outside hitter Eli Fairfield.

    The Trojans hit .293 as a team compared to the Anteaters' .339.