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Notebook: Weekend recap

Women’s soccer loses 1-0 in double overtime

USF women’s soccer outplayed Temple for 104 minutes Sunday afternoon in Pennsylvania, but a costly mistake by Chyanne Dennis gave the Owls the game’s golden goal in the second overtime just a minute later, signaling the end of the game with the Owls up 1-0.

USF’s Dennis attempted to kick the ball away, but missed and tipped the ball into the net for the Owls (6-7, 2-2).

The Bulls (6-2, 1-1) outshot the Owls 12-6 and doubled the Owls’ shots on goal 6-3.

In the 75th minute, it seemed like the Bulls had scored the first goal of the game, but the score was called back because of an offsides penalty.

Junior Aubrey Megrath led the Bulls with 3 shots on goal, but each was blocked.

USF will continue conference play at Corbett Stadium against Cincinnati on Thursday night.

Bulls go 2-0 against American Conference foes on weekend road trip

The USF Women’s Volleyball team (13-3, 2-1) earned its first conference wins this weekend after defeating both Memphis and Tulane in straight sets.

After making quick work of conference rival Memphis on Friday night, the Bulls traveled to New Orleans to take on Tulane.

The Bulls extended their straight set streak to 9-0 the last three matches. Juniors Jac’cara Walker and Clara Payne led the way Sunday afternoon with 11 and 10 kills respectively. Payne led the team in points and blocks.

The Bulls rallied to defeat the Green Wave in the third set winning 27-25 after surviving a 9-1 surge in the final set.

The Bulls have already surpassed last season’s win total at 13 and look to keep their streak going as the team hosts Wichita State Oct. 5, in Tampa.

Men’s Soccer

USF took its second conference game into double overtime Saturday, but the Bulls were able to win 3-2 with a golden goal.

Tomasz Skublak scored the Bulls’ game-winning goal with a header Saturday night in the 103rd minute. It was his second goal of the night.

USF (4-5-1, 1-0-1) secured its first conference win and will have an entire week to prepare for its next conference opponent at SMU (4-4-1, 1-1-0) on Saturday.