USF and U.S. national softball team coach Ken Eriksen returned to Oklahoma City a month after he guided the Bulls to the Womens College World Series. This time, he finished off the trip with a championship.
In the 2012 World Cup of Softball, Eriksen coached the U.S. team to a 5-0 start in group play, winning the five games by a combined score of 31-2. Their sweep through group play sealed a spot in the championship game against Australia on Monday night.
The U.S. team took Australia down for the second time in the tournament, following up their 3-1 win on June 29 with an 3-0 win in the championship match. The win marked their sixth consecutive World Cup of Softball championship, going back to a 3-1 loss to Japan in 2005, the first ever World Cup of Softball.
Fans will have to wait a bit longer than anticipated to see an on-campus stadium. USF announced that the on-campus stadium opening has been delayed from its initial projection in fall 2026 until 2027 at Tuesday’s Board of Trustees (BOT) meeting. It was also announced that construction on the stadium will not begin until fall […]
USF football is set to face Syracuse in the Boca Raton Bowl on Dec. 21. It’s the first time the Bulls (6-6, 4-4 AAC) will play the Orange (6-6, 2-6 ACC) in seven years. Syracuse started its season winning six straight but only won two games in Atlantic Coast conference play. It fired head coach […]
USF volleyball beat Buffalo 3-0 and St. John’s 3-2 on Friday and Saturday, to advance to the National Invitational Volleyball Championship (NIVC) quarter finals. After their division title clinching win against Rice on Nov. 22, Bulls volleyball coach Jolene Shepardson said her team wanted to improve in the NIVC this year. “In 2018, we went […]
USF has terminated the design-build agreement for the $340 million on-campus stadium project, according to an official statement issued by USF on Friday. The university previously reached a $14.8 million design-build agreement with Tampa-based construction company Barton Marlow on April 25. The statement issued by USF said “the university has informed Barton Marlow of its […]
On Tuesday, five Bulls were awarded with American All-Conference honors, with a glaring absence at the quarterback position. Byrum Brown failed to pick up a conference award or honorable mention after a historic redshirt freshman season. Conference all-team honors are voted on by the 14 head coaches in the American and awarded to the top […]
After not playing a single game this season, senior quarterback Gerry Bohanon’s time at USF has come to an end. Bohanon announced on his Instagram on Tuesday that he is entering the transfer portal as a graduate student. He has one more year of collegiate eligibility. The transfer portal opens on Dec. 4. “I am […]