USF Women Victorious in Return to Sun Dome

Four Bulls in double figures as USF downs Green Wave. by Brian Hattab TAMPA- USF women’s basketball (20-4, 9-2 The American) returned home for the first time in almost two weeks as they defeated Tulane (15-10, 6-6 The American) 66-56 on Sunday afternoon. The win marked USF’s fifth straight 20-win season and tied the 2014-2015 team for fastest to 20

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USF Men’s Basketball Snaps Long Losing Streak Against ECU

^USF interim head coach Murry Bartow (left) and guard Geno Thorpe (13) embrace following a 64-57 victory against East Carolina Saturday night.  Courtesy: USF Athletics Geno Thorpe leads the way as Bulls finally snap losing streak. by Brian Hattab TAMPA-It had been a long time since USF men’s basketball (7-17, 1-12 The American) won against a fellow American Athletic

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Fitts Shines Despite USF Loss

          Freshman forward scores 28 despite 10-point loss to conference rival Memphis. TAMPA – USF Men’s Basketball (6-15, 0-10 The American) dropped their 13th straight game in American Athletic Conference play, dating back to last season, Thursday night to Memphis (17-6, 7-3 The American) by a score of 85-75. Despite the loss, freshman Malik Fitts recorded

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USF Women’s Basketball Keeps Rolling Along

           USF cruises to a 20-point victory over American Athletic Conference rival Cincinnati. by Brian Hattab TAMPA – No. 20 USF (18-3, 7-1 The American), behind the eighth double-double of the season for forward Maria Jespersen, extended their win streak to three Wednesday night with a 72-52 win over Cincinnati (14-8, 5-4 The American) at the Sun Dome.  Jespersen lead

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(Quick recap) USF falls short of Sweet 16 game with loss to UCLA

Only one point separated the Bulls from leading against UCLA with 4:47 left, but USF’s 2015-16 season ended in Los Angeles after a 72-67 loss during the second round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament The Bulls nearly fought back from both a 7-0 deficit to start the game and a 40-24 halftime score, but never changed the UCLA lead and

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Fernandez, USF looking for “best moment” ahead of UCLA

USF women’s basketball found a way to defeat Colorado State 48-45 during the first round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament, a victory that gets them to a round they have yet to conquer as a program. The team will take on No. 3 seeded UCLA after USF shot a lower field goal percentage than the Rams and were outscored 16-10

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Injury bug still lingers for Bulls

TAMPA – Sophomore forward Laura Ferriera made her first Sun Dome appearance on Sunday against Memphis since being sidelined with a torn plantar fascia and scored 19 points while nabbing six boards. USF’s starters remained healthy until five minutes left in the game, when freshman forward Kitija Laksa injured her right ankle while driving to the basket. “We’re limping our

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Seniors feel mixed emotions before final home game

TAMPA – The USF women’s basketball 2016 senior class played through multiple NCAA Tournaments, made a WNIT semifinal appearance, and kept their AP Top 25 ranking all year, but their biggest game is next on the schedule. Senior night is Saturday, and according to the latest ESPN Bracketology projection, their game against Temple could be their final Sun Dome appearance.

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