USC’s win is the 1,100th in Trojan head coach Mick Haley’s career as a women’s collegiate coach. Haley has 1,197 all-time victories including a 97-32 mark as the men’s head coach at Kellogg Community College.
The Trojans extended their winning streak to a season-high seven matches.
USC won its 14th consecutive home match dating back to Oct. 5, 2012, and improved to 98-10 (.907) in all-time matches at the Galen Center.
USC earned its 24th victory in its all-time series with Stanford. The Cardinal leads, 57-24-1, overall.
The 3-0 win is USC’s first sweep of a Stanford squad since Sept. 24, 2011. It is the 12th time that USC has swept the Cardinal in its 24 wins.
With a 3-0 record, the Trojans are off to their best start in league matches since 2006 when they went 6-0.
The Trojans held Stanford to a single-set season low of 15 points in the second set.
USC has posted a higher hitting percentage than its opponent in all 14 of this season’s matches.
The Trojans out-blocked their opponent for the 10th time, this season. USC has only posted fewer blocks than an opponent twice, this year.
Former USC middle blocker Kelli Tennantserved as a color analyst for the Pac-12 Networks in a match at Galen Center for the first time in her broadcast career.