Per reports – There are reports coming from various sources, the first coming from Brett McMurphy, that USF football has scheduled a 3-game series with the University of Texas and a home/home series with BYU. (more…)
Archive for September, 2014
The dust has settled and the Bulls are entering their bye week at 2-3 (1-0). The loss to Wisconsin was a hard fought one. The Bulls went into the half tied at 3 to 3 despite the “experts” calling for the Bulls to fall by at least 34 points. While the team missed their chances, had questionable calls against them, and wore down in the second half, there were a lot of positives to build off of after this game. Here are my final thoughts. (more…)
The Bulls fell in their second AAC game 1 to 0 to Memphis. The loss puts USF at 5-5-1 (0-2) on the year after another disappointing game.
The two sides were scoreless until the 81st minute when Memphis was able to draw out Thordis Aikman and get the goal to put them up for good. Aikman, getting the start, made 3 saves on the day overall. Memphis held the Bulls in check on total shots by a mark of 13 to 8. The Bulls had a few looks in the 2nd half but they couldn’t get it done late and dropped another close game.
The Bulls will return home on Friday night as they host Houston at 7:30 PM as they try to get that first AAC win and end this losing streak.
The Bulls fell in 3 sets to SMU (18 to 25, 23 to 25, 21 to 25) as they drop back to .500 at 7-7 on the year and 1-1 in AAC play.
Bree Scarbrough had 12 kills. Erin Fairs had 14 kills and 15 digs and she hit the 1000 kill mark in her USF career. Alex Mendoza had 19 assists and 1 digs. Amy Van Sant had 6 digs and an assist. Natalia Soares had 14 assists and 6 digs in the loss as well.
The Bulls will return home for the home AAC opener on Friday night as they host Uconn at 7 PM.
The Bulls, 7-6 (1-0), are still on the road as they head to Texas to take on SMU. The Mustangs are 11-2 (0-1) on the year and are 6-1 at home, providing the Bulls with another tough test (game begins at 2 PM). (more…)
The Bulls, 5-4-1 (0-1) on the year are back on the road as they head to Memphis to take on the Tigers (game begins at 2 PM). The Tigers, 3-5-2 (0-1) lost to UCF on Thursday night 2 to 1 and have lost 3 straight overall. Both sides will be battling for a crucial win in the early stages of AAC play. (more…)
The Bulls won their AAC opener by beating Uconn in overtime. USF is now 4-3 (1-0) on the young season after they battled Uconn in a tough match to start conference play.
The Bulls held the edge in shots 10 to 8 but weren’t able to strike until overtime. USF ended it quickly, getting a goal from Edwin Moalosi in the 91st minute on an assist from Lucas Baldin. Spasoje Stefanovic had 3 saves in the win and was on his game all night.
USF will return home to face Georgia Southern on Wednesday night at Corbett Field. The game will begin at 7:30 PM. Let’s hope they can make it 2 in a row and get another big win to bolster their resume.