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The No. 8 ranked USC women’s volleyball team didn’t need to be reminded of how difficult of a test they would face Thursday night. It was fitting that they’d return home from a grueling, four-game road trip with a bout against Stanford, the nation and conference’s top team. But on the strength of extra motivation and a desire for revenge, the Women of Troy delivered one of their most complete performances of the season.Junior libero Natalie Hagglund recorded a career-high 44 digs, one shy of the USC record, and freshman outside hitter Samantha Bricio had a banner night with 19 kills and a personal-best 22 digs, leading the Women of Troy to a thrilling 3-1 victory (25-19, 25-20, 27-29, 25-22) over the Cardinal at the Galen Center.“We’ve felt bad ever since we went to the Bay Area and played so badly against Stanford,” USC coach Mick Haley said. “Tonight, we didn’t try to overpower Stanford but instead play within our system and take what they give us.”The Women of Troy secured the first point of the match on a left-side kill by senior opposite Katie Fuller. Later in the set, junior outside hitter Sara Shaw finished off a thrilling rally with a left-side shot to push the lead to 10-6. Freshman outside hitter Samantha Bricio followed a kill with a service ace to push the lead to 19-15. Kills by Shaw and Bricio set up match point before junior middle blocker Alexis Olgard blocked a Stanford shot to seal it at 25-19. The Women of Troy attacked at a steady .333 while registering 18 kills, including six by Bricio and five by Fuller.The second set began tighter than the first, as Bricio followed a Fuller kill with her second ace to knot the score at six apiece. The Women of Troy built a 12-10 lead on the strength of back-to-back Olgard blocks, then extended it to 17-16 on a Bricio finish. The Cardinal came back to tie it at 19-all before Fuller notched consecutive kills to bring up set point. After falling behind 7-6 in the third, USC reeled off three straight points to go up 9-7, but Stanford rallied with three of their own to go back up 10-9. Fittingly, the set went down to the wire, with each team answering the other team before Olgard finished off an exciting rally for the 20-19 lead. Consecutive Cardinal errors and kills by Shaw and Olgard gave the Women of Troy a five-point advantage and set point.Four nail-biting kills by Stanford narrowed the lead to a single point, and sure enough, a fifth kill tied it at 24-all. Freshman outside hitter Jordan Burgess knocked down a kill to give Stanford a 25-24 lead, but Olgard came back with a kill down the middle to tie it at 25-all. Shaw turned back match point and Bricio set up match point, but Stanford remained relentless, registering three straight kills to take the set 29-27.“I think we stayed patient, and that helped a lot,” Olgard said. “We didn’t get excited after every play but instead we stayed relaxed and that helped us win the fourth game.”The Cardinal relayed the momentum into an 8-4 lead, but USC came roaring back to take the 10-8 lead and force a Cardinal timeout. Freshman middle blocker Alicia Ogoms knocked down a kill for a 17-15 lead, but Stanford rallied to tie it at 21. Bricio then finished the match with a strong kill down the middle to seal the set 25-21 and the most important win so far for the Women of Troy.“You can think of this as a national championship game, and that’s what we’ve been striving for all year,” Hagglund said. “This win gives us a lot of confidence and assurance as a team that we can win the national championship, regardless of whom we’ve lost to in the past.”Nonetheless, the Women of Troy will have a quick turnaround, as Cal visits tomorrow night, determined to win with its season on the line.“They’ve got their backs against the wall and they need to be .500 to get into the tournament,” Haley said. “The biggest thing for us is to get our bench more involved and avoid exhausting our starters before the season winds down.”
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error On paper the Clippers are one of the best four teams in the NBA.Now it’s time for them to now prove it.Anything less is unacceptable.Which brings us back to Paul.“No moral victories,” he said, sternly.“Ever.” He’s absolutely right.“Ever.” Paul reiterated.And just to make sure, he added: “You can take that for what it is.”I take it to mean it’s put up or shut up time for a franchise that’s assembled all the necessary pieces to plow through the Western Conference gauntlet.And I agree.I take it to mean it’s no longer fashionable to just bask in the Clippers regular-season transformation in which the 25-win seasons of the past have been replaced by back-to-back Pacific Division titles and three straight playoff berths.“It’s great for our franchise,” Griffin said of the regular-season success. “But we have bigger goals and bigger aspirations.”They should.And failure to make good on those objectives is unacceptable.The Clippers have what they’ve always wanted: A championship caliber team and coach, the Los Angeles stage all to themselves and a window of opportunity so wide open you can see all the way to an epic run of success.And with the Lakers no longer around to divert attention, all of our focus is on the Clippers.See poll: Lakers fans – what would it take for you to respect the Clippers?Only now, our level of expectation is through the roof.And it’s time to hold the Clippers accountable.“That’s what you should have, really, “Rivers agreed. “Because if you don’t, and you get to this, what are you doing?”I don’t want to hear about the Western Conference being too tough and the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City presenting too daunting a challenge.The Clippers are adequately built to beat both of those teams.They just have to do it.The Lakers made no excuses upon beating the Scottie Pippen-led Portland Trailblazers, the Time Duncan-led Spurs and the beautifully constructed Sacramento Kings on their way to three straight NBA titles from 2000 to 2002.Those were tough, talented, championship worthy opponents but the Lakers found a way to overcome all of them.There are no longer any valid reasons why the Clippers can’t conquer a similar challenge now.“Whatever it takes you to do it, you do it,” Rivers said, laying down a gauntlet.Three years ago injuries and inexperience were worthy explanations for the loss to the Spurs in round two.Last year, an unfortunate ankle sprain suffered by Griffin – coupled with a difficult matchup against the Memphis Grizzlies – was the downfall in Round One.This year the Clippers leap into the playoffs with healthy stars in Griffin and Paul, the best defensive and rebounding center in Jordan and a deep, talented supporting cast.And by adding Rivers, who won a championship with the Boston Celtics and barely missed a second in an epic seven-game series against the Lakers, they have an innovative, respected, playoff-tested leader on the sideline. No more excuses.It’s time to get it done.See Clippers-Warriors playoff preview | Follow the Inside the Clippers blog Chris Paul didn’t blink upon hearing the question. As far as the challenge that came with it, he’s cool with that too.One of the centerpieces of a dramatic Clippers turnaround that took them from NBA embarrassment to perennial playoff contender, Paul knows the time has arrived in which just making the postseason is no longer enough.Nor is getting through the first round, which the Clippers did his first year in Los Angeles in 2012.Been there done that, as the saying goes. And with Paul teaming with fellow MVP candidate Blake Griffin alongside rebounding and defensive hulk DeAndre Jordan and Sixth Man of the Year contender Jamal Crawford and one of the deepest rosters in the NBA while being coached by Doc Rivers, arguably the best coach in the league, there are no longer any excuses.Because when you think about it, who has all that working for them?No, the time has come for the Clippers to take a mighty step forward as a franchise.And that means mounting a long playoff run, beginning with the disposal the Golden State Warriors in Round One, and taking down the mighty Oklahoma City Thunder should they meet in Round Two.It’s Western Conference Finals or bust, and that’s probably taking it a bit too easy on them.