USF adds three-star DB
Monarch High School defensive back Ronnie Hoggins announced on his Twitter account Tuesday that he has committed to USF.
Hoggins is ranked as the 14th best cornerback in the state and 86th best in the nation. The 5-foot-10, 170-pound recruit received offers from TCU, Wisconsin, Louisville and Texas.
According to Rivals.com, Hoggins chose USF over his several other offers due to his strong connection with defensive line coach Eric Mathies, as well as USF’s proximity to home.
Hoggins, USF’s 15th recruit of the 2015 class, recorded 14 interceptions in his senior season at Monarch and runs a 4.59 40-yard dash, according to hudl.com.
Bell honored for record-tying jump
After tying the USF record for long-jumping Friday at the Akron Pole Vault Convention Open, senior Kevin Bell was honored as the AAC Male Athlete of the Week on Tuesday.
Bell’s jump of 24-feet-7.25-inches, which tied Neaman Wise’s career-best jump in 2013, is two inches higher than his previous personal best, which he set last season.
Bell finished second in the meet, despite posting his career-best jump.
Orlando focusing on ‘fundamentals’ as spring game approaches
USF’s new defensive coordinator Todd Orlando spoke at the indoor practice facility on Thursday about the football team’s game plan as the team approaches its first spring game on campus since 2019 on April 14. This is Orlando’s debut season with the Bulls (1-11, 0-8 AAC) after the firing of previous defensive coordinator Ernie Sims. […]
Looking into USF’s final nonconference series
Conference play is creeping up on South Florida baseball as the calendar approaches March 31, but USF (8-14) will first have to take on Virginia Commonwealth for a three-game slate. Beginning Friday, the Bulls will aim to improve their record against the Rams (10-11) after struggling to log a weekend sweep all season long. Pitching […]
USF softball midseason report card
At the season’s midpoint, USF softball has garnered nearly as many losses as their previous season total. While the Bulls’ (19-15) offensive production leaves a bit to be desired by scoring just 3.44 runs per night, their high-skilled opponents should be taken into account. In its first 34 games, South Florida competed against No. 16 […]
‘We’re moving in a new direction’: Golesh working toward improving program culture
When coach Alex Golesh stepped up to take on the difficult task of transforming a football team with a losing record into a successful one, he said he knew it would be a lot of work. In a Tuesday press conference, he acknowledged the first spring practices have been used to establish a new culture […]
Potential candidates for men’s basketball head coaching position
Shortly after Vice President and Director of Athletics Michael Kelly announced the firing of coach Brian Gregory on March 10, many names have surfaced as potential candidates to fill the newly-opened position. Gregory’s dismissal occurred less than 24 hours after the Bulls lost 73-58 to ECU in the first round of the AAC tournament. A […]
No. 1 South Carolina’s defense halts USF’s NCAA title hopes
After a valiant effort in the first half against No. 1 South Carolina, No. 8 USF women’s basketball’s season came to an end after a 76-45 loss in the second round of the NCAA tournament on Friday afternoon in Columbia, South Carolina. Although the odds were against them, the Bulls (27-7) defense put pressure on […]