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Virus disrupts sports world

The novel coronavirus continues to affect the U.S. in unprecedented ways, and Wednesday might have been the most unprecedented — so far. Especially when it comes to the sports world. The biggest news of the day by far regarded basketball: The men’s and women’s NCAA tournaments, as well as the […]

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Besnier’s grand slam lifts Bulls over Pitt

It might be exactly the result the Bulls needed. After being swept and outscored 26-7 over the weekend by No. 1 Florida, USF baseball (6-10), thanks in part to freshman Dillon Besnier’s first career grand slam, defeated Pittsburgh 12-8 on Tuesday night at the USF Baseball Stadium. “It honestly felt […]

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NOTEBOOK: Spring practice gets underway Tuesday

When USF’s spring game comes around on April 18, don’t expect to see a finished product hit the field at Corbett Stadium. Getting new systems in place during spring practice, which starts Tuesday morning, will be a process similar to learning math, according to coach Jeff Scott. “I think we […]

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Never saying quit

Part of the human experience — arguably most of it, even —  is finding your passion and chasing the associated dream. For Silvia Serrat, that passion was playing basketball — and it started at a young age, with the Banyoles, Spain, native first playing at the age of 4 with […]

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Taking college soccer into the 21st century

With the advancement of men’s professional soccer in the U.S. in the past decade, such as MLS going from relative obscurity to a league where expansion fees are now north of $200 million, where has that left the college game? Mostly unchanged and falling behind. The current season is top-heavy, […]

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NOTEBOOK: Bulls fall to UConn

Despite improved shooting in the second half, USF women’s basketball (18-12, 10-6) fell to No. 5 UConn (16-3, 16-0) on the road 80-39 in the final game of the regular season Monday at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut. USF couldn’t buy a basket in the opening quarter, going 3-of-15. […]

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More than just a single strikeout

It was only one at-bat in a nonconference game against a team from the Southland Conference. It was only three pitches. It was also so much more than that. After struggling to find any offense through the first five innings against Texas A&M Corpus Christi on Friday afternoon, USF put […]

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Bulls gearing up to make the most of nationals

For the second year in a row, USF’s club hockey team is heading to the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) nationals in Dallas. That’s an achievement on its own, but it’s the second time in a row the Bulls have bypassed regionals entirely thanks to an autobid, earned by finishing […]