Posts Tagged ‘The Bull Rush’

2008, the Bulls went 8-5 that season and won a big bowl game in their backyard in St. Petersburg, defeating Memphis 41 to 14.  The 2008 class did a lot of good for the program and many of the names will be familiar to the casual fan that has been following the program for some time.  Let’s take a look at what this class did and its legacy. (more…)

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The 2018 softball season is over. Throughout the season, the Bulls saw a freshman pitcher rise to become the ace of the staff, Georgina Corrick. Corrick had an impressive freshman season, posting numbers very similar to another USF legend and her freshman season.  (more…)

The Bulls, 39-23, beat Bethune Cookman but fell to Ohio State in the elimination game of the NCAA tournament. It was a great season, but sadly, it ended today. (more…)

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USF, 38-22, is facing elimination today (game begins at 5 PM) as they take on Bethune Cookman in the second day of the NCAA tournament. Bethune Cookman went 31-24 (12-3) in the regular season. (more…)

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The Bulls, 32-18-1 (14-9-1), took the double header against Cincinnati. The Bulls won 8 to 6 in the first game and 9 to 8 in the second game to cap the regular season. (more…)

The Bulls, 38-22, fell 3 to 1 to Ohio State in the first game of the NCAA tournament. One hit did the Bulls in late in a tough fought battle.  (more…)

The Bulls made some news today, adding freshman guard Zack Dawson from Oklahoma State. The 6’3″ 185 lbs. guard played in 5 games for the Cowboys last year, averaging 4.4 PPG and 1.6 APG. Dawson was rated as a 4-star recruit by ESPN, but was dismissed from Oklahoma State after multiple violations of team rules. Dawson will have to sit out this year, but will have 3 years of eligibility after that.

This is an interesting get for Coach Gregory and his staff as they prepare for the second season of the rebuild. It will take time, but this could be a great get for the Bulls in the future.