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NOTEBOOK: Volleyball sweeps Stony Brook Invitational

After the Stony Brook Invitational, the Bulls logged their first sweep since the Dolphin Classic which took place Sept. 10-11, 2021. USF ATHLETICS PHOTO

In its second tournament of the season, South Florida (4-2) volleyball won all three matches on Friday and Saturday in New York at the Stony Brook Invitational.

On the first day of the Invitational, USF was set to face Georgetown (0-6). Within three sets, the Bulls kicked off their weekend in a 3-0 victory over the Hoyas.

The following day, the Bulls picked up another pair of wins to complete their stride.

Against Maryland (4-2), South Florida battled the Terrapins for five sets after falling behind 2-1 in the first three. In an effort to make a comeback, the Bulls’ attitude quickly changed to outlast them 2-15 and 15-4 in the last two sets for a 3-2 win.

To finish the weekend on a high note, USF overcame Stony Brook (3-2) in a 3-1 game, only falling short in the third set 20-25. The difference maker between the Bulls and Seawolves were the 56 digs posted by USF, 18 coming from senior defensive specialist CC Clausen.

After their tournament at UTSA, the Bulls will return to The Corral on Sept. 16 to face Cornell at 12:30 p.m. The game will be broadcast on ESPN+ and Bulls Unlimited.

Women’s soccer falls against Florida

Women’s soccer (2-3) lost in a 2-1 heartbreaker against Florida (2-4) on Thursday, extending their losing streak to three games.

With both teams unable to put a goal on the scoreboard through the entire first half, it was winner takes all going into the last 45 minutes of the game.

Florida striked first with a goal at the 60-minute mark, but the Bulls answered just 12 minutes later with an assisted goal scored by sophomore midfielder Chiara Hahn and junior midfielder Rosalia Muino Gonzalez to tie the game.

Less than 10 minutes were left when the Gators made their second goal to claim their 2-1 win.

USF will compete against Miami on Thursday at 6 p.m. at Corbett Stadium. The game will be broadcast on ESPN+.

Men’s soccer comes in short against Marquette

Coming off of an 1-0 loss against North Carolina on Aug. 28, USF (0-2-1) finished its second game on the road 1-0 again against Marquette (2-1) on Friday.

Through the first half of the game, the Bulls had six shots with none making a difference while the Golden Eagles were in the same rut with five shots.

Following a corner kick from USF, Marquette found its opportunity after a couple substitutions, leading the Golden Eagles to the penalty kick that would honor them the game winning goal.

Shortly after, yellow and red cards were flying from referees after a shot attempt from the Bulls. Sophomore center back and midfielder Brian Schaefer was thrown a yellow card while forward Oscar Resano was given both a yellow and red card, leaving USF a player short for the remainder of the match.

The Bulls will return to Tampa to face No. 8 Washington on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The game will be broadcast on ESPN+ and Bulls Unlimited.