USC Trojans News for March 2, 2014
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Malik Lovette visiting USC [$]

Malik Lovette is one of the elite recruits in California. The four-star prospect has a collection of scholarship offers from the SEC, Big 12 and Pac-12. He plans to take his time before choosing a school but he's actively evaluating them. He'll start with an upcoming visit to USC.

RCS Quick Hits: NorCal [$]

The Rivals Camp Series tour presented by Under Armour hit Northern California Sunday with a new batch of prospects gaining MVP status. One Northern California native even drove up from Southern California to make an even bigger splash for a bigger prize.

Rasheem Green is making plans [$]

Sometimes hen you're an elite prospect, the honors just keep on coming. After Rasheem Green dominated play at the Southern California Rivals Camp, he was invited to their Five-star challenge, a yearly camp held for the best players in the country. That isn't his only new opportunity as he recently received two new scholarship offers. Go inside for the latest on Green's recruitment and where he stands with USC.

W. Tennis. No. 6 USC Women Bounce Back To Beat Texas

The No. 6 USC women's tennis team wrapped up a strong road win today, taking out host Texas with a 4-3 comeback that takes the Trojans to 9-2 overall on the year. The match was moved indoors due to inclement weather, and USC opened with some defensive muscle before the Longhorns made a move ahead in singles. The Trojans' response to a 2-3 deficit came in the form of a win at the No. 6 spot by Kaitlyn Christian and a court three victory from ZoŽ Scandalis with a clinching three-setter to send t

List coming for Langley [$]

Pleasanton (Calif.) cornerback Isaiah Langley has more than 20 scholarship offers, including one from USC. The four-star prospect plans to enroll early and therefore, needs to go through the process a bit faster. He'll release a top-five in June.

Stanley Norman at the Rivals Camp [$]

Gardena (Calif.) Serra four-star athlete Stanley "Scrappy" Norman was turning heads at the Rivals Camp in Fullerton. Norman talks about the recruiting process and where USC stands.

W. Basketball. USC Women Ice The Road Win, Beating Colorado 66-59...

The USC women's basketball team secured a fifth-place finish in the Pac-12 with a wild but strong finish for a 66-59 road win over Colorado today in Boulder. The Women of Troy led by as much as 14 points during the first half before the Buffs made a push to even the score in the second half. Colorado took a slim 1-point lead with 1:22 remaining only to see the Women of Troy dig in and ice the victory in tallying the last eight points of the game. USC improves to 18-12 overall with this winning

USC Finishes Third In Pac-12 Swimming/Diving Championships

The Women of Troy put their best foot forward in Federal Way, Wash. over the weekend, putting themselves in prime position to compete at this month's NCAA Championships. USC women's swimming and diving continues to impress this season, after being part of the grand opening ceremony for Uytengsu Aquatics Center last month, and are prime for a deep NCAA Tournament run. USC, as a team, finished third overall with 1327 points over the weekend. Cal, one of the nation's top programs coming in, won

Way worse than we thought

Pe'Shon Howard went out with a strong final senior home effort Saturday but like the rest of his Trojans teammates, came up short when it mattered most in a 78-63 Galen Center loss to Oregon.

RCS Quick Hits [$]

The first leg of the Rivals Camp California double header is complete, with Fullerton (Calif.) raining stars Saturday in a loaded event for USC fans.

Kanya Bell battling back [$]

Diamond Bar (Calif.) four-star receiver Kanya Bell wasn't able to participate in the Rivals Camp because he is recovering from knee surgery. We chatted with Bell about how he is bouncing back stronger than ever.

Postcard from Camp [$]

FULLERTON, Calif. -- The second stop of the 2014 Rivals Camp Series Presented by Under Armour was held under gray skies at Fullerton College, but that did not dampen the level of talent on hand or the high-stakes competition that played out. Over 250 of Southern California's best players matched up and showed what they could do against the area's top talent.

Four-star prospect visiting 'SC [$]

Osa Masina didn't participate in the Rivals Series Camp because he has an important playoff basketball game on Monday. But he did make the trip from Salt Lake City (Utah) to Southern California to visit both USC and UCLA.

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