USC has won a season-high nine straight matches. It is the Trojans’ longest winning streak since they opened 2012 with 13 consecutive victories.
At 5-0, USC is off to its best start in league matches since 2006 when they were 6-0 to open Pac-10 play.
At 15-1, USC is off to its best start to a season since 2006 when it was 17-1 through its first 18 matches.
The Women of Troy improved to 84-7 (.923) in all-time matches as the No. 1-ranked team.
With tonight’s victory, USC has beaten Oregon State nine straight times and has swept the Beavers in each of the last eight meetings. The Trojans improved to 46-8 all-time against OSU (23-5 as the visiting team).
The Trojans have posted a higher hitting percentage than their opponent in each of their 16 matches, this season.
Head coach Mick Haley garnered his 1,199th career victory (including a 97-32 mark with the men’s team at Kellogg Community College).
Sophomore OH Samantha Bricio tied her season high with six service aces in the match. It is the seventh time that she has had three or more aces in a match, this season, and the third time that she has had at least six in a match in her career. Her season total of 43 aces ties for seventh most in a single season in school history. She also had 43 as a freshman.