USF will take a brief intermission from playing Big East opponents to battle Stetson in a single-game matchup at 7 p.m. at the USF Baseball Stadium and will jump back into the conference mix against Pitt at the same time and place on Friday.
After losing a three-game series at Georgetown over the weekend, the Bulls face the Hatters (15-13), who have gone 7-3 in their last 10 games.
USF will later face the Panthers (19-6), who have won eight straight games and have mauled the competition during their run.
Freshman Nik Alfonso has been heating up.
The second baseman went 13-8 with two doubles last week and his efforts resulted in him becoming USF’s leader in batting average (.365).
Alfonso has kept his average on a steady incline by not hitting into twin killings and using his eye to lay off bad pitches and get on base.
The rising star has drawn 13 walks on the season, the third highest total on the team and has only grounded into one double play thus far.
USF women’s basketball will begin a home-home series with UConn next season, according to a Wednesday post to its X account. https://twitter.com/USFWBB/status/1704556033291731112 The Huskies will host the first matchup on Nov. 10, 2024, and the Bulls will host the next game in the 2025-26 season. The two teams faced as Big East and AAC members […]
After an hour-and-a-half rain delay, the USF women’s soccer team played a physical and gritty match against Charlotte to result in a 0-0 tie. This marks their first draw since they faced Memphis in the AAC Championship game on Nov. 7, 2021. The Bulls (4-4-1, 1-0-1 AAC) and the 49ers (4-3-4, 0-0-2 AAC) combined for […]
In its conference opener, USF volleyball overcame a taller Tulane team 3-2 on Wednesday in The Corral. The Bulls (7-5) lost the first set 25-21 but were able to bounce back to win the second and third sets 25-23 and 25-16. With a chance to seal the game against The Green Wave (4-9), they lost […]
The message each week is clear for the Bulls – they need to show consistency and continue to improve. Heading into their fourth game of the season, both defensive and offensive coordinators Todd Orlando and Joel Gordon said there are no excuses for mistakes and it’s time to start seeing some wins. All eyes will […]
After a spirited battle against No. 13 Alabama last Saturday, USF football is hungry to turn their effort into a win this week against Rice. It’s an eerily similar position to last year in which the Bulls (1-2) almost defeated then-ranked No. 17 Florida 31-28. The next week, USF lost to Louisville in a 41-3 […]
USF football graduate safety Daquan Evans was named American Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week on Monday. He is the first Bulls football player to receive weekly conference honors since 2018. The last Bulls (1-2) player to receive an AAC weekly honor was Kicker Coby Weiss, named Special Teams Player of the Week on […]