More on USC’s national title

USC women’s golf coach Andrea Gaston led her team to the NCAA title victory, her second in six years, and was promptly carried around by her players last week.
They didn’t drop her, either.
“That was unbelievable,” Gaston said. “That was exciting. That was the ultimate compliment from them. They felt that all of us together were part of this victory. They all did a great job playing their way into the championship. They were showing me respect.”
Gaston didn’t get a ride around on players’ shoulders for her first NCAA championship in 2003.
Gaston received respect from her peers as well, as she was just named the coach of the year by the National Golf Coaches Association.
All five Trojans who scored received All-American honors.

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