Maceira Leads Scoring Effort in AAC Quarterfinal Win

Freshman forward Eduardo Maceira made the most of his first start for the defending AAC tournament champions Bulls, scoring two goals during a 4-2 quarterfinal victory over Memphis on Saturday. Maciera was one of various changes to the starting lineup for the tournament after the Bulls were outscored 6-1 during a three-game losing streak to close out the regular season.

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No. 25 USF Suffers Senior Night Upset by UConn

The difference between overtime and a 1-0 defeat for the No. 25 USF Bulls came down to a throw-in with eight seconds left Saturday against UConn, an opportunity they could not score on. The loss weighed heavy on the Bulls, who stood with their heads down and hands on their waists while UConn’s bench stormed the field. “There’s lots of

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USF vs. Tulsa Highlights

By Josh Appel The USF Football team completed its largest comeback in school history this past Saturday to beat Tulsa 38-30. The Bulls trailed the Golden Hurricane 27-7 at halftime, but with the help of Mike White, Andre Davis and some timely defensive stands USF was able to secure its third win of the season. Up next the Bulls travel

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Orekhova’s basketball career takes her game globally

Ever since Inga Orekhova graduated from USF in May, her basketball career lead to places outside of Florida that offered her professional experience. After playing for the Atlanta Dream WNBA team, she now finds herself four thousand miles away playing for BC Belfius Namur Capitale in Belgium. “Everyone is about their business here,” Orekhova said. “I’m playing with professionals, but

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Men’s soccer finds unity through diversity

The No. 24 USF Bulls men’s soccer team are from all walks of life and different parts of the world. They may not have grown up with the same language or customs, but the team operates as one unit. Of the 28 players on the roster, 17 are from foreign countries. Those international players come from 11 nations located across

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Draper, Surrency Share Unique Bond on The Court

By Chris Lemus When USF volleyball head coach Courtney Draper first met volleyball player Kelly Surrency in 2003, she did not have an idea what her freshman student-athlete at Jacksonville University wanted to do. After 11 years, they still find themselves on the same half of the sidelines, coaching the USF Bulls volleyball team. “We’ve known each other for so

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Teamwork, Support Helps USF Defeat Portland 2-0

by Chris Lemus As the game referee added defender Cristian Arntson’s name to the penalty book during the 61st minute for receiving Portland’s third yellow card, USF was ready to add their first of two goals scored during Sunday’s shutout against the Pilots. “We did a lot of work on set pieces, how to get to the far post, the

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From the Pressbox: Bryce Wright

Probably one of the most exciting things that I have ever done while here at Bulls Radio and at USF, broadcasting the USF Football game versus Western Carolina was an absolute pleasure. The rush of being able to look out the broadcast booth window and see the growing student section as the clock was winding down to kickoff. The goose

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The Bulls Radio Sports Department provides coverage of all home USF Athletic events on WUSF 89.7 HD3 Tampa and 1620 AM around the Tampa campus. Our mission is to provide the best possible broadcasts and content for our listeners and fans, whether on-air or via our website, while also providing learning opportunities for students interested in sports broadcasting or journalism careers.

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