The No. 2 Trojans took the home opener with flying colors.
After a strong start in the NCAA Championship Tournament, the No. 1 Trojans couldn’t hang on late in the championship match against the No. 2 Golden Bears.
The Trojans became the lowest tournament seed ever to win the championship.
The No. 3 Trojans allowed three goals in the final minute of regulation, as well as one goal in overtime that allowed the No. 2 Bruins to walk away with a win.
The Trojans’ leading goal scorer for water polo shines in his first year at USC after spending his whole life in Italy.
Jake Ehrhardt’s five goals led No. 3 USC over No. 5 Stanford.
The redshirt senior moves to 10th all-time in goals with USC.
The No. 5 Trojans’ winning streak comes to an end against a ferocious Bears attack.
No 5 Trojans power their way to a win over No. 15 San Jose State behind a balanced offense and a solid defense.
A combination of great defense and relentless offense gave the Trojans the win over the Anteaters.
A 7-0 scoring run and a great defense in the second half lead the No 5. Trojans to a win over the No. 8 Gauchos.
The No. 5 Trojans went 2-2 in the invitational with all matches against ranked opponents.
The Trojans improved their overall record to 8-2 on the season.
The Trojans won 14-10 in overtime against Long Beach State, 13-9 against Golden West.
A 3-0 Cardinal run in the fourth quarter doomed the Trojans.