Anna Collier, a two-time AVCA National Coach of the Year who led the USC women’s beach volleyball team to three national titles, is retiring. Collier is the only head coach in USC’s eight-year-old program.
Lynn Swann: “When I arrived at USC, women’s beach volleyball was already a championship program under Anna and it remained so under her guidance. We are grateful for all that she has contributed to building the foundation of USC women’s beach volleyball and for setting the high standards of competition that our teams and student-athletes exhibit. We know she will continue to develop outstanding talent as she remains involved in the sport in the future. We wish her the very best. She will always be regarded as a great Trojan.”
- I will be a guest on Petros and Money (570-AM) around 4:45 p.m. to discuss USC and Pat Haden. Can’t wait.
- Mark Stevens, the USC board of trustee member who shoved Kyle Lowry last night at the NBA finals, was banned from NBA games for a year and fined $500,000 by the league.
- USC wide receiver Josh Imatorbhebhe is scheduled to visit Illinois, where Trevon Sidney and Oluwole Betiku already transferred.