Bulls stay undefeated in 2008

MIAMI — No. 13 South Florida (4-0) went into Miami as a four-touchdown favorite to beat Florida International (0-3), a team that has won once in its last 27 games. An ineffective red-zone offense and problems holding onto the football plagued the Bulls on Saturday as they left the new […]

Men’s soccer starts season

The highest-ranked USF athletic team is opening its season at home Saturday night, and it isn’t the football team. Taking the field at 7:30, the No.18 Bulls will begin the soccer season at Pepin Stadium against the Bowling Green Falcons as they start the race for the Big East championship. […]

Keys for continued success

The USF football team is a mystery to insiders and outsiders alike. Sports Illustrated has the Bulls finishing third in the Big East with an 8-4 record. ESPN predicts they will win the Big East, as two of their four experts  — ESPN Radio’s Colin Cowherd and college football analyst […]

Athletics launches Student Ticket Zone

Being a USF football fan isn’t for the fair-weathered or the indecisive. At least, not if that fan is a student hoping to get into Raymond James Stadium for free come game day. With the launch of the University’s online ticketing system this fall, students will have to apply early […]

Women’s soccer duo succeeding in offseason

It may be hard for some athletes to stay competitive during the offseason, but that hasn’t been the case for two South Florida women’s soccer players. Junior goalkeeper Mallori Lofton-Malachi and senior forward Lindsay Brauer have spent their summers playing for the United Soccer League on the W-League’s Tampa Bay […]

Coach critiques Olympic committee

During the 2008 season, the South Florida softball team achieved new levels of success, winning the conference regular season championship and competing in a historic game against the USA Softball Women’s National Team, which was preparing for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. The Bulls helped prepare the national team for […]