After dropping its regular season opener to UCF for the second consecutive season, the USF womens soccer team responded in a big way.
The Bulls followed with a 1-0 home win over the Miami Hurricanes and a 3-0 win on the road over the Indiana Hoosiers. Junior Sharla Passariello punched through two goals at Indiana, after scoring once against Miami, taking her regular season total to three goals after scoring three in exhibition play.
Shes a dangerous player. coach Denise Schilte-Brown said, Consistency, weve always thought, was really important with Sharla, and were reallyexcited that were getting that this season.
Draper leads Bulls to first win as head coach
After losing to Wisconsin and Creighton in the first two games of the USF Invitational, the USF volleyball team gutted out a five- set victory over rival UCF to get the first win of the Courtney Draper era.
Sophomore outside hitter Valerie El Houssine picked up 20 kills and 15 digs to earn a spot on the all-tournament team.
I really feel like the buy-in is happening more and more Draper said. I just keep telling them the same things and theyre executing them a little bit better each time.
“Untapped potential” was the phrase CEO and Founder of Biggest Fan Consulting Brandon Kaiser used to describe the South Florida basketball’s student section. The SoFlo Rodeo student section has been growing since its introduction in November. The backbone behind it has been Kaiser’s company that USF Athletics hired to instill the beginning of what could […]
Freshmen Jazmyn Myers, Luke Zimmer and Eli Hermann teamed up with USF Athletics to create an organization called SoFlo Rodeo, which focuses on raising more attendance in student sections at games. Since their start in mid-November of last year, the trio has been able to attract hundreds of students to games. The group hit an […]
Veronica ‘Ronnie’ Gajownik played for USF softball from 2014-15, but now is in charge of running High-A Arizona Diamondback affiliate, the Hillsboro Hops. On Friday, Gajownik was announced as Minor League Baseball’s second woman manager in the MLB and the first at the High-A level. For Gajownik, the feeling of being named a High-A manager […]
Women’s basketball cracked the USA TODAY/WBCA poll for the first time this season on Tuesday, coming in at the No. 25 slot. However, considering the strength of their schedule and their dominance over league play, there’s room to wonder why it took so long for the Bulls (19-4, 8-0 AAC) to finally gain entry into […]
As USF women’s and men’s basketball get into the thick of their conference schedules, each matchup will now make or break their opportunities for advancing into the postseason. Here is how both programs finished their matchups on Wednesday on the road. Women’s basketball – USF 89, Tulsa 68 Senior forward Dulcy Fankam Mendjiadeu put up […]
Despite losing notable players to the 2023 college transfer portal, South Florida football still snagged a handful of promising new signees of its own. Departed players like sophomore running back Brian Battie, junior kicker Spencer Shrader and sophomore wide receiver Jimmy Horn Jr. left the Bulls after receiving offers from other schools. Battie will make […]