No. 17 USF women’s soccer (14-3-0, 8-1-0) now knows where, when and what team it will be playing to open NCAA Tournament play.
The Bulls stay home to take on America East Tournament champion Albany (14-6-2, 5-2-1) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday at 7 p.m. at Corbett Stadium.
The Great Danes’ win in the America East Tournament was Albany’s third conference title in four years. Albany is making its third overall trip to the NCAA Tournament.
The winner of USF-Albany will move on to play the winner of No.1-seed Florida State vs. Loyola Chicago on Nov. 16.
The 41-3 blowout to Louisville in Kentucky on Saturday was unexpected following USF’s sturdy performance against Florida the week before. In the first two quarters alone, USF (1-3) was held 28-0 against the Cardinals (2-2). This lead was one the Bulls could not come back from. For coach Jeff Scott, the game was nothing short […]
South Florida men’s soccer won its first conference match of the season against Temple on Saturday after back-to-back goals in the second half finalized the score 2-1. The Bulls (2-3-2) dominated the first half with three corner kicks and 69% ball possession. Despite this pressure, Temple (2-4-2) netted a goal in the first 20 minutes […]
Despite the high hopes from their performance in Gainesville last week, South Florida football saw no mercy facing powerhouse Louisville in a 41-3 loss on Saturday. Coming into Saturday’s game, the Bulls (1-3) were hungry to achieve a win they almost had last week against the Gators. Having only four wins under his coaching career […]
South Florida women’s soccer continued its conference games on Thursday against Tulsa winning 1-0 and snapping a three-game losing streak. The Bulls (4-6) have won all of the home games against Tulsa (6-4-1) since September 2014, leaving the home record 5-0. Clean passes and possession throughout the game was the Bulls’ strong suit when it […]
On Saturday, a different version of USF football faced then-No. 18 Florida. A victory may have not been added to the column, but a different win came to fruition for the Bulls (1-2). The USF offense and defense made major strides of improvement. USF outperformed UF’s (2-1) offense with 286 rushing yards and 116 receiving […]
Some USF football players are out for injury, and their state of health ahead of Saturday’s game was a constant theme for coach Jeff Scott during his Tuesday media availability. In the Sept. 17 loss to the Gators, the Bulls (1-2) were missing 11 players. The concern has not completely gone away as they prepare […]