Bulls release out of conference schedule
With the fall season swiftly approaching, the USF mens basketball team released its non-conference schedule, as the Bulls will look to make the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive season.
The non-conference schedule is highlighted by the opening of the newly renovated Sun Dome, against rival Central Florida on November 10. USF will also host the Big East/SEC Challenge in the Sun Dome.
This is possibly one of our best non-conference schedules, especially when you look at the amount of attractive home games on the schedule, coach Stan Heath said.
Longley signs with Tigers
Catcher Andrew Longley scored a contract with the Detroit Tigers minor league system after a senior season that saw him tie for the team lead in home runs, including a highlight reel night in which he rocked two home runs in USFs 5-3 win over No. 2 Florida in Gainesville.
Longley signed the free agent deal as the fourth member of the 2012 USF baseball team to go pro. The destination has yet to be named.
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