USC Trojans Women’s Basketball Team Scores a Stunning Victory against No. 2 Stanford on Sunday.
Lindsey Gottlieb made a difference at USC in just her second season as head coach, and all of a sudden USC was being talked about as an NCAA Tournament team.
After beating Stanford, the Trojans were one of the last four goodbyes in the latest bracketing Charlie Cream of ESPN.
Stanford is still predicted to be single seed in this area.
As for USC, the Trojans are listed as the 11th seed and face Baylor in the first round in the same region as Stanford.
Eight teams from Pac-12 are participating in Creme’s latest bracketing: Stanford, USC, Colorado, Oregon, Washington State, UCLA, Arizona, and Utah.
USC has a 13-4 record and a 3-3 Pac-12 record, but being one of the last four means they’re on the verge of making the field.
On Friday, the Trojans will face Washington State and then Washington. After that, they face No. 8 Utah on the road and No. 24 Colorado on the road, so they have a great opportunity to improve their resume and, in fact, gain a foothold in the Big Dance.
Let’s see if they can keep winning games.
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