From sand volleyball courts to golf course fairways, the Women of Troy are making a name for themselves on the collegiate sports scene. Eight of USC’s women’s teams finished their 2015-16 season in the NCAA championships’ top 10. The feat secured USC’s first-ever Capital One Cup, which recognizes the best athletic program in the country based on standings from 18 NCAA sports. The university received $200,000 from Capital One to fund student-athlete scholarships. Here’s a roll call of USC’s top-ranked women’s teams:

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