USC Trojans News for March 1, 2014
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W. Swimming. Ishimatsu Repeats As Pac-12 Platform Champion, USC...

Junior diver Haley Ishimatsu won her second conference crown in as many nights and became the first woman to repeat as champion on platform in almost a decade as No. 2 USC closed out the 2014 Pac-12 Women's Swimming and Diving Championships in Federal Way, Wash., on Saturday (March 1).

Final Run Leads to USC Demise Vs Oregon

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Trojans' present is a painful reminder

LOS ANGELES – USC’s championship past collided with its present state of basketball and the two couldn’t have been more different. Shortly after honoring the school’s 1954 Final Four team, the current crop of Trojans dropped their 10th...

Track. USC Wins The MPSF Indoor Track & Field Title

The USC women's track team captured the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) Indoor Track & Field title today (March 1) by winning four more individual championships and finishing with 106 points, 25 more than second place Arizona.

Baseball. Trojans Rained Out Again on Saturday; Doubleheader...

Saturday's game between Cal Poly and USC has been cancelled due to inclement weather in the Los Angeles area.

M. Basketball. Trojans Lose to Oregon, 78-63

Pe'Shon Howard led USC with 20 points - all but four in the first half, as USC fell to Oregon 78-63 on Saturday.

W. Water Polo. No. 1 USC Overshadows No. 5 Sun Devils 15-6

The No. 1 USC women's water polo team started MPSF play with a bang today in Tempe, Ariz., in picking up a 15-6 win over No. 5 host Arizona State. The Women of Troy stay perfect on the year with the win, adding to their undefeated start to 2014 to make it a 13-0 overall mark and a 1-0 start in MPSF competition. Stephania Haralabidis and Monica Vavic led a total of nine USC scorers on the day with three goals apiece.

Rex Pflueger Piling In Offers [$]

Around the same time that Matt Ryan had his explosion onto the national scene on the east coast, Rex Pflueger has had just that on the west coast. With somewhat similar games and schools recruiting them, Pflueger's stock has exceeded expectation while playing for the No. 1 team in the nation.

Paulo emerges on scene

Sacramento (Calif.) Grant lineman Darrin Paulo has started to see his recruitment really take off recently.

Thomas continues to stay busy

Etiwanda, Calif., linebacker Khaylan Thomas is rising quickly and he's got a lot of Pac-12 interest to prove it.

Hentges has no problem staying busy

Jefferson City, Mo., tight end Hale Hentges has seen his recruitment truly explode in the last month.

Adolphus not rushing decision

Gardena (Calif.) Serra defensive end Corey Adolphus has plenty of West Coast interest already with more on the way.

Brandt talks early offers

Schools came to Los Angeles (Calif.) Winward to check out Roy Hemsley, but they also got a look at Breland Brandt

Three-star RB talks two visits

Bolu Olornfunmi recently visited both USC and UCLA and hopes at least one visit could soon result from those trips.

Pat Allen closing in on Terps offer following visit [$]

Rivals250 Reisterstown (Md.) offensive lineman Pat Allen made a surprise trip to College Park on Tuesday. See where the Terps stand following the visit.

Milo taking his time on decision

Bar Milo is picking up more interest but admits his recruitment has been pretty slow in recent weeks since West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade won the state title.

Lemieux adding more schools

Shane Lemieux keeps loading up with offers and even more interest as college coaches across the country become more familiar with the Yakima (Wash.) West Valley offensive tackle.

M. Water Polo. Trojans Tack On 12 Newcomers For 2014

As the USC men's water polo team sets up for pursuit of a seventh straight national championship, the Trojans have hauled in a bumper crop of new talent to help their cause. USC head coach Jovan Vavic has announced the signing of 12 standout players to add to the USC roster for 2014. National letters of intent have poured in from across the country, as new Trojans have signed on to start their USC careers with the nation's best water polo program. The strong group of signees to come to Troy in

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