Tag: USF men’s soccer

An update on fall sports

Somehow, sports are making their return to the fold after more than five months, but they definitely won’t look like how they used to and won’t be structured like normal. There won’t be national championships for fall sports other than football, the NCAA announced on Aug. 13 due to the […]

In Brief: Bulls’ season ends in Louisville

USF men’s soccer’s season is over following a 4-1 loss to Louisville in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday evening in Louisville, Kentucky. The Cardinals struck twice early, scoring two goals in the span of three minutes —  Bradley Sample scored in the 21st minute, while Pedro […]

Bulls still alive in NCAA play

Talk about being in elite company. As the college soccer season winds down, very few programs get to continue playing. Just 64 women’s teams make the NCAA Tournament and even fewer (48) make it on the men’s side. So the fact that both USF men’s and women’s soccer are still […]