Andy Enfield, a proven winner as a player, assistant coach and head coach, was named the USC men’s basketball head coach on April 1, 2013 and has quickly brought success to the Trojans’ basketball program. Results came immediately with the Trojans setting the school single season win record and the most wins in program history over a two-year, three-year, four-year and five-year period. USC has won 109 games over the last five seasons which is the third-most wins in the Pac-12 and the 21st-most wins in the nation among power conferences during that time. USC has had the second-best overall record in the Pac-12 two of the last three seasons (24-12 in 2018 and 22-9 in 2020). Enfield guided the Trojans into the postseason in three consecutive seasons (2016-18), the first time for USC since 2007-09, all while his athletes have set the program’s top team GPAs for the Spring, Fall and Summer sessions. Enfield has brought in seven consecutive Top 30 recruiting classes, with the 2021 class ranking No. 12. Over the last three seasons, USC has had four players selected in the NBA Draft, tied for the fifth-most by any program in the country, with Onyeka Okongwu being selected sixth in the 2020 NBA Draft. Enfield has an 132-102 record in his first seven seasons as the USC head coach and is 173-130 in nine seasons as a head coach.