USC won its second straight game against Denver and improved to 2-3 in the all-time series history.
The Trojans will advance to the MPSF Tournament Final for the first time in program history. USC had previously been to the semifinals (2013) and the quarterfinals (2014).
The Women of Troy continued to extend on a program record for wins in a single season with their 13th.
Sophomore attacker Michaela Michael finished with seven draw controls to up her season total to 104, and set a new MPSF and USC single-season record. Both marks were previously held by Amanda Johansen, who had 100 draw controls in 2013.
Michael scored five goals against Denver to mark the fourth time this season that she has had five or more goals in a game. She also ran her season total to 51 goals, which matches the USC school record for goals in a single season held by Caroline de Lyra (2013).
Johansen tied her career high and had her second game this season with three assists; the third of her career.
Sophomore attacker Kylie Drexel matched a career mark and had her second game with three assists this season.
Sophomore attacker Cynthia Del Core scored a hat trick to log her third game this season with three goals or more. She scored four in two other games.
Freshman goalie Gussie Johns finished with 10 saves; her second-career game in double digits for saves.