LAX Postgame Notes: USC vs. Vermont|
Three Women of Troy scored hat tricks as USC extended to a four-game winning streak
March 5, 2016
- USC improved to 4-0 for the first time in program history.
- The four-game winning streak ties the second longest in program history. USC won four games in a row once in 2015 and once in 2014. The program long is seven games achieved in 2015.
- The Trojans met Vermont for the first time and are now 1-0 against the Catamounts.
- USC ran its winning streak at McAlister Field to 10 straight and improved to 18-8 all-time on the field.
- Through four games, USC is out-scoring its opponents, 63-18, for an average margin of victory of 11.25 goals per game.
- Junior attacker Michaela Michael had her 17th-career hat-trick game; her ninth time with five goals or more in a single contest.
- Michael's fifth goal gave her 106 career goals to tie for second in USC career history with senior midfielder Amanda Johansen. The Trojans' career leader is Caroline deLyra who has 125 career goals.
- deLyra scored four goals to log her 20th-career hat trick game; her first of the season.
- Sophomore goalie Gussie Johns tied her career high with five ground balls; a mark she has achieved four times.
- Sophomore midfielder Lydia Sutton had career highs with five caused turnovers and five ground balls. The five caused turnovers are the most for a Trojan this season.
- Junior attacker Kylie Drexel scored three goals to produce her fourth-career hat trick game.