After finishing the season 10-6, the No. 19-ranked USF women’s tennis team earned the No. 2 seed in the Big East tournament, which begins Friday and will be held at Notre Dame.
USF earned a first-round bye and will play the winner of No. 7 seed Rutgers and No. 10 Pittsburgh.
The Bulls, who have reached the championship game in three of the last four seasons, have been ranked as high as No. 15 in the country and have seven wins over ranked opponents this season.
After a 7-13 season, the men’s tennis team – the defending conference champions – earned the No. 3 seed in the Big East tournament and will play sixth-seeded St. John’s on Friday.
Softball hosts Pittsburgh
The Bulls (20-20, 5-4), who took two of three at Providence last weekend, host Pittsburgh today for a doubleheader beginning at noon.
USF hosts DePaul for a three-game series this weekend.
After pitching USF to two victories last weekend, starting freshman pitcher Lindsey Richardson was named to the Big East Honor Roll.
Richardson, who is 10-4 with a 1.94 ERA this season, struck out 10 batters in 13 1/3 innings, becoming the first Bull to reach 10 wins this season.
“She has been our most consistent pitcher this year,” coach Ken Eriksen said in a statement. “She has the drive to win, so having her start two games this weekend was a no-brainer.”
Four gubernatorial tickets discussed their campaigns during a Thursday debate hosted in the Oval Theatre at the Marshall Student Center (MSC). Gubernatorial candidates Nilufar Majidova, Jamar Blaze Smith and Ava Moreno were accompanied by their respective Lt. Governor candidates Maryam Ashraf, Brayden Jahn and Emma Goodwin. Lt. Governor candidate Krishna Karthik Nanduri represented him and […]
As voting for Student Government elections starting up next week, here’s a compilation detailing what each presidential ticket stands for. Voting begins on Monday and lasts until next Thursday. Students will be able to cast votes for presidential, gubernatorial, senate and campus council seats. Click on a link below to read more about each of […]
Presidential ticket Jordan Franklyn McCann and Kaitlyn Rodriguez are campaigning on their goals for accountability, budget management and communication, or A.B.C., at USF. Rodriguez, a sophomore health sciences major, originally thought about running for president, but met McCann, a sophomore psychology major, in the fall. She said McCann showed up to senate meetings consistently, despite […]
Junior Suryakanth Prasad Gottipati and senior Sumit Subhash Jadhav are running for Student Government (SG) president and vice president. The ticket’s campaign includes Vision, OneUSF, Inclusivity, Collaboration and Empowerment, or V.O.I.C.E. “Students will always have something to say, and they want someone to listen,” Jadhav said. “That led us toward V.O.I.C.E. and a platform that […]
Cold showers, anyone? Some USF on-campus residents have been having trouble accessing hot water in their residence halls for a week now. Holly, Argos, Maple and Cypress are the affected residential communities, according to Andy Johnson, housing director for operations and outreach. USF Housing sent out an email to around 2,400 student residents on Feb. […]
Juniors Connor Avila and Tianyi Li Bueso said they are running on a platform of action-oriented change, and plan on connecting students’ needs to SG actions through actively listening to students’ wants and needs. The candidates said “action-oriented” means valuing “tangible goals and milestones over anything else,” with focus on initiatives that can be felt […]