Tag: USF women’s basketball

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Laksa drafted by WNBA’s Storm

It may have happened a year later than initially planned, but Kitija Laksa is headed to the WNBA — and as a first rounder, to boot. The former USF standout was selected with the 11th overall pick by the Seattle Storm in Friday night’s WNBA Draft, which was conducted virtually […]

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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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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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A perfect ending to Senior Night

It was Senior Night at the Yuengling Center on Saturday night, so of course there was going to be a dramatic ending for the Bulls’ lone senior. Tamara Henshaw found herself wide open underneath the basket after a pass from junior Bethy Mununga with just over 90 seconds to play […]

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Turnovers and fouls sink Bulls in War on I-4

ORLANDO — Here’s the good news.  USF held UCF to 15-of-56 from the field Wednesday night at Addition Financial Arena. The bad news is the Bulls weren’t much better in their 56-48 loss to the Knights in the final installment of the War on I-4’s on the hardwood in 2020. […]

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Far from home, Pinzan becomes leader

In the fourth quarter of a blowout against Alabama State on Dec. 6, Elisa Pinzan went down with an ankle injury — her second severe injury in as many seasons. The Bulls’ starting point guard didn’t return until Jan. 12, coming off the bench to play 32 minutes against Tulsa. […]