USC signs outside attacker with a championship laden resume

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An outside attacker who led his high school to a California regional championship will remain in Southern California for his college career.

USC coach Jeff Nygaard announced that high school senior Adam Flood signed a national letter of intent to join the Trojans for the 2020 season.

Flood finished last season earning all-conference honors as he helped Corona Del Mar win both the CIF Division I championship and the SoCal Regional Division I championship. The 6-foot-2 outside attacker with his club team also has won gold medals at the Junior Olympics in three of the last four years.

This is the second commitment for USC during the early signing period.

Max Beach, a high school all-conference middle attacker from Anaheim, California, signed with the Trojans in November.

USC reached the 2018 MPSF Tournament semifinals and return a majority of its starters for the upcoming season, including middle attacker Sam Lewis. Lewis was a Freshman All-MPSF selection and spent the offseason as the team captain of the U.S. Men’s Junior National Team.