In game one Valerie El Houssine led the way with her sixth double-double of the season, posting a match-high 18 kills to go along with 10 digs.
The Bulls grabbed the first two sets against Evansville by 25-19 and 25-22 finals. Set three featured 11 tie scores and eight lead changes before Evansville put away a 25-23 victory to keep the match alive.
USF grabbed the lead and did not look back in the fourth set, posting a .367 team hitting percentage to top Evansville 25-13.
Four different Bulls posted double-digit digs in the opening game on Saturday, with Claudia Cabrera leading the way with 21. Freshmen Wylie Devlin and Erin Fairs posted 14 and 13 respectively, each setting career highs. Devlin also recorded 30 assists.
In the second match of the day USF posted 13.5 team blocks on the way to a straight-set victory over St. Louis (25-20, 25-21, 27-25).
A pair of freshmen in Fairs and Brown led the attack with nine and eight kills respectively.
It was a defensive battle as neither team cracked the .200 mark in terms of team hitting percentage. Caitlyn Breen came up big for USF at the net, notching eight block assists as well as a block solo.
USF (4-5) will return home for the first time since August 26 as they host the USF Tournament, beginning Friday when the Bulls battle James Madison at 6 p.m.