Despite a tough loss in the first round of the Big East Tournament in South Bend, Ind., USF pitcher Sara Nevins has reason to celebrate. The sophomore was named as one of the top 11 finalists for the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year award.
Nevins is one of four pitchers still in the running for the award, and her 1.05 ERA, which is fifth in the nation, is the best among the finalists. The icing on the top of Nevins impressive cake of a season was her three no-hitters, including back-to-back no-hitters one of which was a perfect game on March 10 and 11.
There are 320 Division I teams thats a lot of players on each team, said Head Coach Ken Eriksen. And for Sara to get recognized by the national
governing body, I think says a lot about what she has done this year against the schedule she has played.
Basketball picks up transfer
A season after atransfer helped lead the Bulls to their best season in school history, the mens basketballteam announced the signing of
another transfer student,Kore White, who playedlast season at Florida Atlantic University. White will have one season of eligibillity.
The addition of Kore White will really bolster our front line and give us an experiencedplayer who gave us a lot ofproblems playing against him at FAU the last two years, Head Coach Stan Heath said.
The transfer of White comes a year after Victor Rudd, who transferred from Arizona State University and led the Bulls in scoring during the Big East and NCAA Tournaments.
USF women’s basketball head coach Jose Fernandez is set to take the international stage this summer. USA Basketball named Fernandez an assistant coach for the women’s U18 National Team on Thursday. Team USA will participate in the 2024 FIBA U18 Women’s AmeriCup from June 17-23. The tournament takes place during the offseason so he’ll maintain […]
USF released the schedule for its upcoming season on Thursday as coach Alex Golesh looks to build off an unexpected seven-win campaign and a blowout bowl victory against Syracuse. The Bulls will face four conference foes at home – Memphis, UAB, Navy and Tulsa. South Florida will be on the road for conference games against […]
For Summer Garcia, the women’s hockey club isn’t just a pastime – it’s the way she’s found a sense of community on campus. This sense of community for Garcia was almost taken away during a Student Government (SG) senate meeting held on Feb. 20. The women’s hockey club was one of over 60 clubs nearly […]
For the first time in program history, the Bulls find themselves included in the AP Top 25. Related: Historic USF men’s basketball team cracks AP poll It’s a dramatic turnaround for a team with a first-year head coach and largely retooled roster. Despite a nearly flawless conference record, there still remain questions over the Bulls […]
From the day he set foot on campus in the spring of 2023, South Florida head coach Amir Abdur-Rahim knew his team would be playing to make history. “I asked [USF Athletic Director Michael Kelly], are you afraid of heights? Because you’re gonna have to get up on that ladder one day to cut down […]
South Florida baseball took on Marist College in a four-game home series this weekend and came away with four dominant wins. The Bulls (4-2, 0-0 AAC) finished off the series with a 12-2 victory on Sunday, closing the game out in seven innings. All four games ended after seven innings due to USF’s big leads […]