The No. 8 seed Trojans fell to Ole Miss in the second round of the NCAA tournament.
While three of the five league titles have been all but decided, the European stretch run will certainly not be without late-season drama. Let’s look at three must-watch races, and who ultimately seems poised to win them.
After an up-and-down season, the Trojans have found their best form as they look to win an NCAA title.
How a few billionaires almost stole the beautiful game away from those who love it most.
USC will head to North Carolina to compete in its seventh straight tournament.
The Trojans held a 2-1 lead in the final minutes, but the Bruins found the tying goal.
After an unusual season featuring fewer matches, little to no fans and the one-off “MLS is Back” tournament at Disney World in Orlando, MLS is finally set for a return to normalcy this season. However, that normalcy may be stunting the growth and limiting the “magic” of the beautiful game here in America.
The Trojans remain winless on the road this season.
Momentum shifted back and forth, but it was the Trojans who finally capitalized.
Junior forward Penelope Hocking had a hat trick as the Trojans dominated the Huskies.
The No. 12 USC soccer team’s crosstown showdown against the No. 3 UCLA Bruins came down to a nail-biting double overtime 2-2- tie on Thursday night at Wallis Annenberg Stadium.
A subpar offensive performance on Friday followed by a Colorado comeback on Monday kept USC out of the win column.
USC is a perfect 3-0 at home in 2021.
The Trojans improve to 2-1 overall and 1-1 in conference play.
USC opens the season with a top-10 win on Westendorf’s game-winner.