Mark Trakh retires after second run as USC women’s basketball coach
Mark Trakh is retiring as USC women’s basketball coach after four years at the helm in his second stint with the school.
Trakh’s 26-year collegiate head coaching career spanned three schools with a .591 winning percentage, including a 65-50 record in the last four years with USC. But the Trojans finished no better than seventh in the competitive Pac-12 conference since Trakh returned in 2017. USC hasn’t been to the NCAA tournament since 2014 and hasn’t won a tournament game since 2006.
USC finished with an 11-12 overall record last season, led by sophomoreEndyia Rogers, who was named to the All-Pac-12 team. Sophomore Alissa Pili, the former Pac-12 freshman of the year, was hampered by an ankle injury for much of the season, but earned All-Pac-12 honorable mention along with freshman Amaya Oliver, giving the Trojans a young core of talented players.
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