USC Trojans women's basketball

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USC Trojans Women's Basketball
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University University of Southern California
All-time record826–550 (.600)
Head coach Lindsay Gottlieb (2nd season)
Conference Pac-12
Location Los Angeles, California
Arena Galen Center
(Capacity: 10,258)
Nickname Trojans
Women of Troy
ColorsCardinal and gold [1]
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NCAA Tournament Champions
1983, 1984
NCAA Tournament Final Four
1983, 1984, 1986
NCAA Tournament Elite Eight
1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1992, 1994
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1992, 1993, 1994
NCAA Tournament Appearances
1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2005, 2006, 2014
AIAW Tournament Final Four
AIAW Tournament Appearances
1980, 1981
Conference tournament champions
Conference regular season champions
1983, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1994

The USC Trojans women's basketball team, or the Women of Troy, is the collegiate women's basketball team that represents the University of Southern California, in the Pac-12 Conference. The team rose to prominence in 1976, at which time scholarships became available to female basketball players. They were the first Division I team to give these scholarships.



The Women of Troy made their first appearance in the Final Four in the 1981 AIAW Tournament. Following the successful 1982 season, in which USC reached the Elite Eight of the first NCAA tournament, the Trojans went on to win national championships in 1983 and 1984. The 1983 championship team included three All-Americans, Paula McGee, Cheryl Miller, and Rhonda Windham. The 1983 team went 31–2 in the regular and post-season combined. The 1983 team bested their opponent, Louisiana Tech, by a mere 2 points. The final score was 69–67. The 1984 championship team went 29–4 in the regular and post season. The 1984 team faced University of Tennessee. The victory this year came by a healthy eleven points. The final score was 72–61. USC made the National Championship again in 1986 but did not prevail. They lost to University of Texas 97–81. They since have yet to appear in the National Championship.

In 1987 and 1994 the Trojans won the Pac-10 Championship. The Trojans had begun their longest playoff drought in 1998, which was broken when the team made it to the playoff bracket in 2005. Not until 2011 did the Trojans make it to the postseason again. In 2006 USC opened the Galen Center, which was the new home of the Women of Troy. It can seat over 10,000 fans, and it was sold out in 2007 for a game between the Trojans and the UCLA Bruins. It was the first time in history that an NCAA women's basketball game was sold out. Every year since 1986, at least one member of the Trojans team has been honored in the Pac-10 awards. To date, eleven players who played for USC have won Olympic medals. [2]

Given USC's early and iconic development of women's basketball, the legacy was featured in an HBO documentary entitled "Women of Troy," which premiered on March 10, 2020. [3]

Notable players

Head coaches



2022–23 USC Trojans women's basketball team
Pos.#NameHeightYearPrevious schoolHometown
F 0Koi Love6 ft 0 in(1.83 m)Jr Arizona Orlando, FL
G 1Taylor Bigby6 ft 1 in(1.85 m)So Oregon Las Vegas, NV
G 2India Otto5 ft 9 in(1.75 m)Sr Windward HS Los Angeles, CA
G 3Aaliyah Gayles  Cruz Roja.svg 5 ft 9 in(1.75 m)Fr Spring Valley HS Las Vegas, NV
G 4Kayla Williams5 ft 7 in(1.7 m)Jr UC Irvine Los Angeles, CA
G 11Destiny Littleton5 ft 9 in(1.75 m)GS South Carolina San Diego, CA
G 12Isabella Perkins5 ft 9 in(1.75 m)So Paul VI HS Chantilly, VA
G/F 13Rayah Marshall6 ft 4 in(1.93 m)So Lynwood HS Los Angeles, CA
G 23Madison Campbell5 ft 11 in(1.8 m)RS Jr Clovis West HS Fresno, CA
G/F 24Okako Adika6 ft 0 in(1.83 m)GS Texas Christian Holstebro, DK
G 25Alyson Miura5 ft 9 in(1.75 m)Sr La Salle Prep Clackamas, OR
F 30Kadi Sissoko6 ft 2 in(1.88 m)GS Minnesota Paris, FR
C 32Clarice Akunwafo6 ft 6 in(1.98 m)SoRolling Hills Prep Inglewood, CA
G 52Rokia Doumbia5 ft 9 in(1.75 m)GS Purdue Bamako, ML
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)

  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • (W) Walk-on

Last update: November 9, 2022

Year by year results

Conference tournament winners noted with # [18]

SeasonTeamOverallConferenceStandingPostseasonCoaches' pollAP poll
Marci Cantrell (Independent, WCAA, Pac-8)(1976–1977)
1976–77Marci Cantrell 5–161–74th (WCAA)
Marci Cantrell:5–161–7
Linda Sharp (Independent, WCAA, Pac-10)(1977–1989)
1977–78Linda Sharp 11–133–54th (WCAA)
1978–79Linda Sharp 21–104–43rdWAIAW
1979–80Linda Sharp 22–129–33rdAIAW First round
1980–81Linda Sharp 26–89–31stAIAW Fourth Place4
1981–82Linda Sharp 23–49–32ndNCAA Elite Eight6
1982–83Linda Sharp 31–213–11stNCAA Champions1
1983–84Linda Sharp 29–413–11stNCAA Champions5
1984–85Linda Sharp 21–910–42ndNCAA Sweet Sixteen15
1985–86Linda Sharp 31–58–01stNCAA Runner-up23
Pac-12 Conference
1986–87Linda Sharp 22–815–31st (Pac-12)NCAA Sweet Sixteen1419
1987–88Linda Sharp 22–815–32ndNCAA Sweet Sixteen1315
1988–89Linda Sharp 12–168–10T-4th
Linda Sharp:271–99116–40
Marianne Stanley (Pac-10)(1989–1993)
1989–90Marianne Stanley 8–196–127th
1990–91Marianne Stanley 18–1211–73rdNCAA Second round (Play-In)
1991–92Marianne Stanley 23–814–42ndNCAA Elite Eight1223
1992–93Marianne Stanley 22–714–42ndNCAA Sweet Sixteen1415
Marianne Stanley:71–4645–27
Cheryl Miller (Pac-10)(1993–1995)
1993–94Cheryl Miller 26–416–21stNCAA Elite Eight97
1994–95Cheryl Miller 18–1010–85thNCAA First round
Cheryl Miller:44–1426–10
Fred Williams (Pac-10)(1995–1997)
1995–96Fred Williams 13–148–10T-6th
1996–97Fred Williams 20–913–53rdNCAA Second round
Fred Williams:33–2321–15
Chris Gobrecht (Pac-10)(1997–2004)
1997–98Chris Gobrecht 12–157–116th
1998–99Chris Gobrecht 7–203–15T-9th
1999–2000Chris Gobrecht 16–1410–8T-5thWNIT Sixteen
2000–01Chris Gobrecht 13–158–10T-6th
2001–02Chris Gobrecht 16–1411–7T-4thWNIT Sixteen
2002–03Chris Gobrecht 14–178–10T-5th
2003–04Chris Gobrecht 15–1311–7T-3rd
Chris Gobrecht:93–10858–68
Mark Trakh (Pac-10)(2004–2009)
2004–05Mark Trakh 20–1112–6T-2ndNCAA Second round22
2005–06Mark Trakh 19–1211–74thNCAA Second round
2006–07Mark Trakh 17–1310–85th
2007–08Mark Trakh 17–1310–84th
2008–09Mark Trakh 17–159–9T-4th
Mark Trakh:90–6452–38
Michael Cooper (Pac-10, Pac-12)(2009–2013)
2009–10Michael Cooper 19–1212–63rd
2010–11Michael Cooper 24–1310–84thWNIT Runner-up
2011–12Michael Cooper 18–1212–63rd
2012–13Michael Cooper 11–207–117th
Michael Cooper:72–5741–31
Cynthia Cooper-Dyke (Pac-12)(2013–2017)
2013–14Cynthia Cooper-Dyke 22–1311–7T–4thNCAA First round
2014–15Cynthia Cooper-Dyke 15–157–11T–7th
2015–16Cynthia Cooper-Dyke 19–136–128th
2016–17Cynthia Cooper-Dyke 14–165–139th
Cynthia Cooper-Dyke:70–5729–43
Mark Trakh (Pac-12)(2017–2021)
2017–18Mark Trakh 19–109–97th
2018–19Mark Trakh 17–137–11T-8th
2019–20Mark Trakh 17–148–107thPostseason canceled due to COVID-19; WNIT bid was expected
2020–21Mark Trakh 11–128–108th
Mark Trakh:65–50 (155–114)32–40 (84–78)
Lindsay Gottlieb (Pac-12)(2021–present)
2021–2022Lindsay Gottlieb 12–165–1210th
2021–2022Lindsay Gottlieb 2–00–0
Lindsay Gottlieb:14–165–12

      National champion        Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion        Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion      Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Postseason results

NCAA Division I

1982 #1First round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
#8 Kent State
#4 Penn State
#2 Tennessee
W 99−55
W 73–70
L 90–91 (OT)
1983 #1First round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
Title Game
#8 NE Louisiana
#4 Arizona State
#2 Long Beach State
#2 Georgia
#1 Louisiana Tech
W 99−85
W 96–59
W 81–74
W 81–57
W 69–67
1984 #1First round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
Title Game
#8 BYU
#4 Montana
#2 Long Beach State
#1 Louisiana Tech
#3 Tennessee
W 97−72
W 76–51
W 90–74
W 62–57
W 72–61
1985 #4First round
Sweet Sixteen
#5 Idaho
#1 Long Beach State
W 74−51
L 72–75
1986 #1Second round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
Title Game
#8 Montana
#4 North Carolina
#2 Louisiana Tech
#4 Tennessee
#1 Texas
W 81−50
W 84–70
W 80–64
W 83–59
L 81–97
1987 #3Second round
Sweet Sixteen
#6 Western Kentucky
#2 Ohio State
W 81−69
L 63–74
1988 #4Second round
Sweet Sixteen
#5 Nebraska
#1 Iowa
W 100−82
L 67–79
1991 #5First round
Second round
#12 Utah
#4 Long Beach State
W 63−52
L 58–83
1992 #3Second round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
#11 Montana
#2 Stephen F. Austin
#1 Stanford
W 71−59
W 61–57
L 62–82
1993 #3Second round
Sweet Sixteen
#6 Nebraska
#2 Texas Tech
W 78−60
L 67–87
1994 #2First round
Second round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
#15 Portland
#7 George Washington
#3 Virginia
#4 Louisiana Tech
W 77−62
W 76–72
W 85–66
L 66–75
1995 #9First round#8 MemphisL 72–74
1997 #6First round
Second round
#11 San Francisco
#3 Florida
W 68−55
L 78–92
2005 #8First round
Second round
#9 Louisville
#1 Michigan State
W 65−49
L 59–61
2006 #8First round
Second round
#9 South Florida
#1 Duke
W 67−65
L 51–85
2014 #9First round#8 St. John'sL 68–71

AIAW Division I

The Trojans made two appearances in the AIAW National Division I basketball tournament, with a combined record of 2–3.

1980 First round South Carolina L, 60–81
1981 Second round
Third-place game
Cheyney State
Louisiana Tech
Old Dominion
W, 67–64
W, 67–58
L, 50–66
L, 65–68

Awards and achievements

Retired numbers

USC Trojans retired numbers
No.PlayerYear retired
11 Paula McGee 2012
14 Tina Thompson 2019
30 Pamela McGee 2012
31 Cheryl Miller 2006
33 Lisa Leslie 2006
44 Cynthia Cooper 2019

Career leaders

RankPoints3-pt FGsReboundsAssistsStealsBlocks
1.3,018 - Cheryl Miller
292 - Ashley Corral
1,534 - Cheryl Miller
735 - Rhonda Windham
462 - Cheryl Miller
321 - Lisa Leslie
2.2,474 - Cherie Nelson
213 - Courtney Jaco
1,255 -Pam McGee
473 -Thera Smith
309 - Tammy Story
320 - Cheryl Miller
3.2,414 - Lisa Leslie
183 - Brynn Cameron
1,232 - Cherie Nelson
466 -Camille Lenoir
256 - Cynthia Cooper
190 - Paula McGee
4.2,346 - Paula McGee
181 - Eshaya Murphy
1,214 - Lisa Leslie
466 - Ashley Corral
249 - Ebony Hoffman
168 - Briana Gilbreath
5.2,248 -Tina Thompson
177 - Aliyah Mazyck
1,168 - Tina Thompson
450 - Minyon Moore
248 - Paula McGee
162 - Michelle Campbell
6.2,214 - Pam McGee
154 - Camille Lenoir
1,155 - Paula McGee
422 - Tammy Story
241 - Briana Gilbreath
139 - Chloe Kerr
7.1,832 - Cassie Harberts
138 - Ariya Crook
1,003 - Ebony Hoffman
417 - Jamie Hagiya
234 -Eshaya Murphy
122 - Ebony Hoffman
8.1,797- Kathy Hammond
132 - Jamie Hagiya
925- Cassie Harberts
414 - Cheryl Miller
228 - Lisa Leslie
119 -Pam McGee
9.1,687 - Ebony Hoffman
118- Heather Oliver
917- Kristen Simon
395 - Brianna Barrett
221-Minyon Moore
110 - Nadia Parker
10.1,608 - Briana Gilbreath
110 - Tammmy Story
813 - Briana Gilbreath
381 - Cynthia Cooper
218-Karon Howell
109 - Cherie Nelson

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