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Bulls to end homestand against North Florida

North Florida (10-14, 1-2)at USF (15-7, 2-1)When: Today, 6 p.m.Where: Red McEwen FieldTV/Radio: None

The Bulls wrap up a season-long 16-game homestand tonight against the University of North Florida.

USF beat Pittsburgh twice over the weekend and lost once in its first Big East series this season.

The Bulls averaged just 6.3 hits per game against the Panthers, and after Sunday’s 5-2 win, coach Lelo Prado said Pittsburgh is a team USF should have swept.

With no other Big East action, USF is in first place in the 12-team conference.

The Bulls have won six of their last nine games, and they have won five more games than this point last season.

USF is 2-2 in Tuesday night games, with wins against Stetson and Miami (Ohio) and losses to Stetson and Florida.

North Florida, which started its season with seven straight losses, lost two of three to Stetson over the weekend.

The Ospreys beat the Bulls 6-5 last season in the two teams’ only meeting in history.

USF has scored 163 runs this season, while North Florida has scored 130 runs and has played two more games than the Bulls.

Keep an eye on: shortstop Walter Diaz. The junior transfer from the University of Miami (Fla.) leads USF with a .391 batting average and is one of three players to start all 22 games this season (Addison Maruszak and Brandin Daniel). Diaz earned a spot on the Big East Weekly Honor Roll after batting .533 through the last four games and getting eight hits.