Author: Angela Cordoba Perez, CORRESPONDENT


Return to basketball slow and meticulous

A week after football began its slow return to campus, USF basketball followed suit. Both the men’s and women’s teams began voluntary on-campus workouts Monday. But basketball’s return is much different, especially with the recent increase in coronavirus cases in Florida. The total number of cases in the state since […]


Two football players test positive for coronavirus

After a week of voluntary on-campus workouts, two football players tested positive for coronavirus, USF announced Wednesday. USF will continue regular testing, and players who are cleared of coronavirus will continue to work out in small groups. “We continue to monitor very closely our student-athletes that have returned to campus […]


Ragsdale ‘ready to get going’ with Phillies

USF pitcher Carson Ragsdale underwent Tommy John surgery a year and a half ago, all but ending his chances of playing in 2019. On Thursday, he began his journey to the major leagues. The 6-foot-8-inch righty became a fourth-round pick by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2020 MLB Draft. This […]


The Oracle Sports Podcast – Denise Schilte-Brown

In this episode of The Oracle Sports Podcast, Nolan and Hannah ponder the wonders of the NBA MLS Disney Sports Bash Tournament (unofficial), discuss the upcoming NWSL Challenge Cup (official) and what it means for the future of the league. They also sit down with longtime USF women’s soccer coach […]


SACSCOC approves USF consolidation plan

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) approved USF’s plan to consolidate its three campuses — Tampa, St. Pete and Sarasota-Manatee — into a singularly-accredited institution on Friday afternoon. The Substantive Change Prospectus, a document highlighting major changes within USF as a consolidated institution, was submitted […]