Mens hoops adds another transfer player
A roster already loaded with transfers gained one more Thursday as Martino Brock verbally committed to join the USF men’s basketball program.
Brock, a 6-foot-5 guard and forward, spent the last two seasons playing for South Alabama and announced his USF intentions on social networking site Twitter. He led the Jaguars in points, averaging 14.2 points per game and steals with 45 last season.
Brock will sit out the 2011-12 season due to NCAA transfer rules and will have two seasons of eligibility afterwards. He joins fellow transfers Ron Anderson Jr. (Kansas State), Augustus Gilchrist (Maryland), Jawanza Poland (Hutchinson Community College), Hugh Robertson (Tallahassee Community College), Victor Rudd (Arizona State) and Blake Nash (Williston State College).
Bulls land Perry
The 2012 football recruiting class also gained a new member Thursday with defensive end Daniel Perry.
Perry, from University School in Fort Lauderdale, measures at 6-foot-7 and 225 pounds and is the fourth player to verbally commit to enroll at USF.
Perry was named to the Miami Herald’s All-Broward County second team for Class 1A-3A last season after posting 84 tackles and three sacks.
Hovan the intern
Former NFL defensive lineman Chris Hovan has joined the USF football program as an intern under strength and conditioning coach Mike Golden as he prepares for a career in the field.
New Nursing/STEM building at Sarasota-Manatee campus in final design stages
USF is finalizing the design for the new Nursing/STEM building at the Sarasota-Manatee campus to expand its accelerated nursing program, according to Regional Chancellor of the Sarasota-Manatee Campus Karen Holbrook. The 75,000-square-foot building was designed by Willis A. Smith Construction – a general contractor from Sarasota – architects and an ideation committee of around 80-100 […]
BOT finance committee approves recreation fields relocation plans, capital improvement plan summary
In a virtual Tuesday morning meeting, the Board of Trustees (BOT) finance committee voted to approve a recreation field relocation plan and a five-year capital improvement plan summary to be sent to the Board of Governors for approval. Due to the construction of the new on-campus stadium, various currently-operational student recreational facilities will be displaced. […]
Judy Genshaft Honors College not operational due to supply chain delays
The new Judy Genshaft Honors College (JGHC) will not be operational until June 12 due to supply chain delays and to conduct systems checks, according to Director of Communication and Engagement Aaron Nichols. A sign on the doors of the JGHC reads “We appreciate your interest in our beautiful new building, but it is still […]
USF protestors plead not guilty at arraignment
The USF protestors arrested on March 6 – self-dubbed the Tampa Bay Five – pleaded not guilty in their arraignment on Wednesday as a rally occurred outside the 13th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida. Composed of USF employee Chrisley Carpio and Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) members Gia Davila, Laura Rodriguez, Jeanie Kida and […]
SDS Press Conference – Photo Gallery
The USF protestors arrested on March 6 – self-dubbed the Tampa Bay Five – pleaded not guilty in their arraignment on Wednesday as a rally occurred outside the 13th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida. Click to read more.
New Student Health and Wellness Center opens
USF Student Health Services (SHS) opened the new Student Health and Wellness Center (SHWC), located near the parking lot of the Yuengling Center, on Monday. With 41,000 square-feet and 68 exam rooms stocked with college student health-related needs, the center will reconfigure the student health experience, according to Executive Director of Medical Services Joseph Puccio. […]