Jan. 19,20 – MLK Indoor, New Mexico (Meet Info)
Jan. 26,27 – Razorback Invite, Arkansas (Meet Info)
Feb. 9,10 – Clemson Tiger Paw Invite, South Carolina (Meet Info)
Feb. 23,24 – MPSF Championships, Seattle WA (Info Page)
Mar. 9,10 – NCAA Indoors, Texas A&M (Info Page)
Mar. 2,3 – CSLA Invite – CSLA
Mar. 16,17 – Trojan Invite – USC
Mar. 23,24 – Power 5 Trailblazer Challenge – USC
Mar. 31 – Calif. Collegiate Invite – UCSD
Apr. 6.7 – Sun Angel Classic – ASU
Apr. 13,14 – Triton Invite – UCSD
Apr. 19-21 – Mt. SAC Relays
Apr. 29(Sun) – USC@UCLA
May 5,6 – PAC-12 Multi Championships – Stanford
May 12,13 – PAC-12 Championships – Stanford
May 24-26 – NCAA West Regionals – Sacramento
Jun. 6-9 – NCAA Championships – Eugene
Mar. 17,18 – Trojan Invite – Full Results | uscResults
Mar. 23,24 – Jim Klein Combined Events Invite – Results
Mar. 24,25 – Aztec Invitational – Full Results | uscResults
Mar. 29- Apr.1 – Texas Relays – Full Results | uscResults
Apr. 1 – Calif. Collegiate – Full Results | uscResults
Apr. 8 – Battle of the Bayou – Full Results | uscResults
Apr. 13 – Pacific Coast Intercollegiate – Full Results | uscResults
Apr. 13-15 – Beach Invite – Full Results | uscResults
Apr. 13-15 – Mt. SAC Relays – Full Results | uscResults
Apr. 21 – Triton Invite – Full Results
Apr. 29,30 – USC/UCLA – Meet Results
May 6,7 – PAC-12 Multi Championships – Results
May 13,14 – PAC-12 Championships – Full Results | uscResults
May 25-27 – NCAA West Regionals – Full Results | uscResults
Jun. 7-10 – NCAA Championships – Full Results | uscResults
June. 22-25 – USATF National & Jr. Championships – Full Results | uscResults
July 21-23 – Pan American Jr. Championships – Lima, Peru (Schedule/Results)
Aug, 4-13 – IAAF World Championships – London (Info | Schedule/Results)
Jan. 20,21 – Rod McCravy Invite – Full Results | uscResults
Jan. 27,28 – Razorback Invite – Full Results | uscResults
Feb. 3,4 – New Mexico Classic – Full Results | uscResults
Feb. 10,11 – Tyson Invite – Full Results | uscResults
Feb. 10,11 – Husky Invite – Full Results | uscResults
Feb. 24,25 – MPSF Championships – Full Results | uscResults
Mar. 10,11 – NCAA Indoors – Full Results | uscResults
12/15 – RIP Joe Lanning
Just received word yesterday of the passing of Joe Lanning. Joe was our hurdle coach from 1999-2004 having coached NCAA Champions Felix Sanchez, Natasha Danvers, & Ryan Wilson (Felix & Natasha also account for 2 Olympic golds and a bronze). Other hurdlers include William Erese, Natasha Neal, and Ginnie Powell. Joe had a wonderful impact on our athletes.
Before USC, Joe was at Long Beach City College from 1956-1996 and along the way acquired 20 Conference Championships, 13 Southern Cal titles, and 13 State Junior College titles. His awards include the Community College Hall of Fam, the LBCC Hall of Fame, and the City of Long Beach Century Club. Joe was 90 years old.
12/5 – Banquet photos
Out of the Blocks Banquet photos
11/23 – RIP Luther Hayes
Luther Hayes, who won a pair of NCAA triple jump titles in the early 1960s while at USC and also played a key role in the Trojans’ 1958 football game against UCLA, died on Nov. 23 in Palos Verdes Estates, Calif., due to natural causes. He was 78.
A funeral will be held on Dec. 5 at 11 a.m. at Holman United Methodist Church, 3320 W. Adams Blvd., Los Angeles 90018. Visitation will be from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Dec. 4 at Green Hills Mortuary, 27501 S. Western Ave., Rancho Palos Verdes 90275.
Hayes came to USC from San Diego’s Lincoln High (he previously had attended San Diego High), where he was on the football, basketball and track teams. He was All-City in football and was the 1957 state long jump champion.
He was on Trojan track teams that won the conference championship all three of his years and captured the 1961 NCAA team title (USC was the NCAA runner-up in 1960). He won the NCAA triple jump crown in 1960 and 1961, becoming the first man to win a pair of NCAA titles in the event that was then called the hop, step and jump. His 51-2 ¼ leap in 1961 was an NCAA Meet record. He also was second in the 1961 NCAA long jump (then called the broad jump). He was ranked 10th in the world in the triple jump in 1961. He also captured the conference triple jump and long jump crowns in 1960 and 1961, setting a USC record while winning the 1961 triple jump (51-9 ½); it was 27 years before another man won both of those league events in the same year. Link
11/7 – USC Track Banquet – DEC. 3
The Team Banquet will be on Sunday, Dec. 3 in Town & Gown. Reception at noon; lunch at 12:30pm. If you’re on the Trojan Force email list, you should be receiving a message from Heritage Hall any day now.
10/11 – Event just added!!!! Come Meet the Athletes, Sat. Oct. 14 – 2:30pm
Quincy Watts invites you to an informal meeting of our athletes. On the panel with be Nick Ponzio, Michael Norman, Anna Cockrell. Special guest, Allyson Felix. This Q & A time will be moderated by our own 3x Olympian, Tonie Campbell.
This will take place at Heritage Hall on the south patio (the side facing McKay Center). 2:30pm sharp! Hope to see you there.
10/10 – Hey!!!! The 2018 Schedule is up.
We’ve added a home meet this year, the Power 5 Challenge. Coming to Troy are Ohio St., Miami, Mississippi and Tennessee. Expect something special.
9/27 – Sorry for all the downtime…
But not a whole lot is going on right now. We’ll be putting some final touches onto Homecoming (Nov. 4) here in the next week and we’ll let you know ASAP how that turns out.
8/24 – Roster Adds for 2018
We picked up a few more athletes it would appear. Nice additions, too!
Breana Jemison (SP -56’ 11½; DT – 160), transfer from UC Riverside
Jadon Logan (400H – 53.54), Cerritos College
Cameron Samuel (110H – 13.78hs; 300H – 36.34hs), Rancho Verde HS
8/15 – Sherry Calvert
Just received word that Sherry has been diagnosed with cancer and is having surgery this week, will be hospitalized for at least 5 days.
Your thoughts and prayers for Sherry would be a good thing right now.
Sherry is a two-time Olympian; two-time All-American at USC and USC’s first head coach for women’s track program from 1976-83. She is a 2010 Heritage Award winner.
8/14 – World Games
Here’s the run down on our Trojans at the World Games
8/8 – RIP Floyd Jeter
Floyd was a member of the 1955 National Champion Track team competing in the high jump (6’ 7¾) and 120HH (14.7). His jump was ranked the 3rd all-time best USC high jump at the time. Floyd came to USC via Roosevelt HS and East LA College. Floyd set the National JC record for the high jump (6’ 8¾) at the 1954 National AAU meet.
Services will be held at Queen of Heaven Mortuary, Rowland Heights, CA: August 10, viewing from 4:00-8:00 pm and funeral service, August 11, at 10:00 am. Obituary.