LAX Postgame Notes: USC at Duke (NCAA Second Round)|
The Women of Troy complete their season with a 14-6 overall record
May 10, 2015
- USC appeared in its first-ever NCAA tournament second-round game.
- The Trojans faced Duke for the first time in program history and fell to 0-1 with the Blue Devils.
- The Women of Troy completed their season with a school-record 14 victories.
- USC played its second game in the state of North Carolina and fell to 1-1 overall in the state. The Trojans are 4-7 all-time in games played on the East Coast.
- Sophomore attacker Michaela Michael finished with six draw controls to complete her season with 123 for both the MPSF single-season and USC single-season school records.
- Michael scored two goals against Duke to run her season total to 63 goals; a school-record mark.
- Freshman midfielder Lydia Sutton picked up a career-high four ground balls.
- Junior defender Eggy Plastaras matched a two-year old career high with three ground balls.