Women’s tennis team returns home for Georgia Southern
The Bulls’ women’s tennis team will try to get back to .500 Saturday as they take on Georgia Southern.
The Bulls come off losses from instate rivals UCF and Stetson.
The Golden Knights defeated the Bulls 6-1 Monday, sweeping the women in doubles play. The Bulls’ No. 6 seed, Claudia Nieto, scored the only point for USF, which evened the score at one match apiece, but following her win, the team lost five straight.
This weekend’s game will be played at home at 1 p.m. on the varsity tennis courts.
Base-Bulls look for first win on East Coast
Coming off two close losses to Stetson last Saturday and Sunday, the Bulls’ baseball team will take on two East Coast, instate rivals starting today.
The Bulls square off against Bethune-Cookman College in Daytona Beach today at 3 p.m., and Saturday will drive an hour north on Interstate 95 for a 1 p.m. game at Jacksonville University.
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