The feeling of victory to start the season will be tested early for the USF womens basketball team, which will play its first road contest of the season tonight.
After beating Stetson 70-48 to start the regular season Saturday, the Bulls play the Clemson Tigers in South Carolina at 7 p.m. Its good to start the season with a win, but itll be a good test to get on the road and play an ACC team, coach Jose Fernandez said.
While the Bulls are coming off of a season-opening victory thanks to a strong second half that saw the team respond to a one-point halftime lead by outscoring Stetson by 21 in the second half, the Tigers were shocked by Presbyterian College at the buzzer in a 49-46 loss to open the season.
USF will need its depth on the teams first road trip of the season which it showed in the win over Stetson, in which four players scored seven or more points, led by 18 from senior guard Andrea Smith who is returning from an ACL injury that forced her to miss all of last season.
Heading into Week 6 of USF football, the Bulls are flying out to Ohio to face No. 24 Cincinnati with a surplus of details to pay attention to. Both USF’s defense and offense has struggled to find what identity will lead them to their much-desired success, not only from the team, but the coaches as […]
USF men’s basketball’s numerous transfers will be key for the Bulls to bounce back from their “difficult” 2021-22 season, according to coach Brian Gregory. Senior forward Keshawn Bryant, along with senior guards Tyler Harris and Selton Miguel, have carved out solid careers at the collegiate level. Adding the three into the mix brings a new […]
USF football has not succeeded on a road trip since 2019 and judgments are surfacing regarding coach Jeff Scott’s ability to lead the program. However, USF (1-4, 0-1) plays Cincinnati on Saturday at Nippert Stadium and the Bulls are not losing hope despite the discouragement from losing records. Scott said he notices the hunger the […]
After a dominant performance from sophomore midfielder Chiara Hahn against No. 24 Southern Methodist on Sept. 26, Hahn was named the AAC Offensive Player of the Week on Monday. During the SMU game, Hahn played in all 90 minutes of the game. In the 18th minute she scored the only goal of the game, resulting […]
Hurricane Ian didn’t affect USF football’s performance against ECU on Saturday. Poor coaching did. The Bulls (1-4, 0-1) were outclassed in the 48-28 loss to the Pirates (3-2, 1-0). The game was over for USF by halftime as ECU held a 34-point lead. No matter how well the team performed in the second half, the […]
Hurricane Ian altered USF’s plans for its conference opener against ECU on Saturday, but it didn’t affect its losing streak. The Bulls (1-4, 0-1) fell 48-28 at Howard Schnellenberger Field in Boca Raton due to a slow start and poor coaching, according to coach Jeff Scott. Unable to play at Raymond James, Scott said the […]