"It has been a privilege to have coached so many brilliant young women in my 22 fantastic years at this remarkable university," Gallien said. "All but two student-athletes who played for me received their degrees, something of which I am very proud."
"I look forward to coaching our team through the postseason and finishing strong. And in the future, I will always be rooting for all the teams at USC."
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Gallien, who began coaching at USC in 1996, is a five-time Pac-12 Coach of the Year. He sports a 385-157 (71.0 percent) record at USC, not including 8 wins and a loss vacated due to NCAA penalty. The Trojans have made the NCAA Tournament each year since Gallien has arrived, including three trips to the semifinals and five to the quarterfinals.
This year, the Women of Troy are 5-7 overall (0-3 in Pac-12 play), with eight regular season matches remaining.