LAX Postgame Notes: USC at Notre Dame|
The Women of Troy remained undefeated with a key road victory over the Fighting Irish
April 18, 2016
- USC improves to 15-0 for the first time in program history, continuing the program's best start to a season.
- The Trojans remain one of just two undefeated teams in the nation (No. 1 Maryland, 14-0).
- The 15-game winning streak is the longest in program history.
- USC defeated its fourth IWLCA-ranked opponent this season, which doubles the total number of ranked teams defeated in the program's first three seasons (2).
- The Trojans' 15 wins is the program's highest single-season total for victories, surpassing 2015's total of 14.
- USC defeated Notre Dame in the teams' historic first meeting.
- The Women of Troy held the Fighting Irish to their lowest scoring output of the season and held Notre Dame scoreless for the final 17:34 of the game. The Irish entered the game as the nation's 4th-ranked scoring offense.
- The Trojans were held to a season-low five goals.
- For the first time in 15 games, the Trojans were without a hat trick scorer.
- Senior defender Courtney Tarleton set a new USC single-game record with six caused turnovers.
- Senior attacker Caroline deLyra matched her career high with three ground balls.
- Sophomore goalie Gussie Johns had a season-high 10 saves. It was her first game this season with double-digit saves and the fourth of her career.