Bulls’ basketball receives weekly conference honors

Senior guard Selton Miguel continues to play a pivotal role for the Bulls this season, placing second on the team in scoring while coming off of the bench. USF ATHLETICS PHOTO

After a strong week from both programs, USF men’s and women’s basketball received recognition from the American Athletic Conference. 

Senior guard Selton Miguel was named American Athletic Conference Player of the Week for games played through Sunday.

Miguel averaged 17.5 points in two games during the week and led South Florida to a 2-0 record.

He led all scorers with a career-high 25 points in a win against then No. 24 FAU on Sunday. It was his 20th game in double figures and his fourth with over 20 points. He had 10 points against Tulsa on Feb. 12. 

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Miguel has averaged 14.8 points per game this season, which places second on the team. He has played in 24 games and started four. The Angola native also shoots 42.4% from the three-point line.

Women’s basketball also received some hardware this week.

Romi Levy was named to the Conference honor roll for the fourth time this season.

Levy averaged 24.5 points in two games against Wichita State and Florida Atlantic. She scored 28 points against Wichita State.

At 14.3 points per game, Levy is the Bulls leading scorer this season. She’s scored at least 20 points in six of her last eight games.

Her play has elevated since the team began its conference schedule. In 14 conference games, Levy averaged 19.3 points per game.

Men’s basketball faces UTSA on Wednesday at 8 p.m.  Women’s basketball faces East Carolina on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Both road games will be broadcast on ESPN+ and BullsUnlimited.