From "USC loses to UVA Again, Ending Resurgent Season":
"The Trojans should be extremely proud of their resurgent season after reaching the NCAA tourney for the first time since 2005, however they have to be disappointed with tonight's result. Fatigue certainly played its part (they had only two hits from the fourth inning on) but USC still had chances to win the game. An exceptional offense is fine and good, but the Trojans pitching staff finished tonight's game with a combined 14 walks (1 intentional) and 3 HBP. They also allowed 21 earned runs over 20 total innings today. You don't have to be a stathead to know those numbers aren't very good and you're not going to win many baseball games that way.
With all that being said, a tip of the cap to the 2015 USC Trojans who finish their season with a 39-21 record and a helluva postseason run. For the first time in a decade, Dan Hubbs has the storied program back on the right track. A special second tip of the cap to all the seniors, but especially Garrett Stubbs who was named Lake Elsinore NCAA Regional MVP and played his last game as a Trojan this evening."