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  1. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Web Link: http://bit.ly/2o1Hag3 Follow USF Men’s Basketball on Twitter Like USF Men’s Basketball on Facebook Dollar Named USF Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach Former member of the USF basketball program (1990-93) and 20-year veteran assistant coach brings strong southeast ties to the Bulls’ staff TAMPA, MARCH 29, 2017 – University of South Florida head men’s basketball coach Brian Gregory announced Chad Dollar as the latest addition to the Bulls' coaching staff. A former student-athlete on the USF men’s basketball team (1990-93), Dollar played on the Bulls’ 1991 NIT and the 1992 NCAA Tournament teams. He brings strong southeast ties to the Bulls program as an accomplished 20-year assistant coach with tenures at Wichita State, Georgia Tech, LSU, and most recently, Auburn. “I am thrilled about bringing Chad Dollar back into the USF men’s basketball program,” said Gregory. “He has separated himself as one of the best recruiters in the country and at a high level during his time at Wichita State, LSU, Georgia Tech and Auburn. I have obviously had a great working relationship with Chad during our five years together at Georgia Tech. He also brings an unbelievable passion for player development, game preparation and relationship building with student-athletes. It is great to have a member of the staff who wore the USF jersey and knows what it means to be a student-athlete at USF. Chad and his tremendous family will be exceptional ambassadors to our program.” Dollar joins USF from Auburn, where he was an assistant coach for Bruce Pearl in 2016-17. He helped guide the Tigers to an 18-win season, the most victories for the program since 2008-09. Prior to Auburn, Dollar was a five-year member of Gregory’s staff at Georgia Tech (2011-16). He served as an assistant for three years and as associate head coach two seasons that included a 21-win campaign and a trip to the NIT quarterfinals (2016). In 2010-11, Dollar was an assistant for head coach Gregg Marshall at Wichita State. Dollar helped that Shockers team win 29 games and the NIT Championship, laying a foundation for Wichita State’s future success in the NCAA Tournament that included a Final Four run in 2013. Additionally, Dollar was a three-year assistant coach under John Brady - two at Arkansas State (2008-10) and one year at LSU (2007-08). He also coached at Murray State (2006-07) and Georgia Southern (2002-06). Dollar was an associate head coach on Travis Ford’s staff at Eastern Kentucky (2001-02) and an assistant for two seasons with Western Carolina (1999-01). Dollar got his start in coaching as a volunteer and graduate assistant at Gardner-Webb and as a graduate assistant for one season at Southern Mississippi. Dollar also played a vital role in the community by partnering with Athletes in Action for two summers as an assistant coach. Following a noteworthy prep career at Douglass High School in Atlanta, Dollar became a student-athlete at USF. A three-year member of the Bulls’ men’s basketball program, Dollar played on the 1991 team that appeared in the NIT and the 1992 squad that played Georgetown in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Dollar finished his collegiate career at Milligan College (Tenn.), and received his bachelor’s degree in sociology in 1996. Chad and his wife, Kyla, have three children, Aliyah, Darian and Chloe.
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  3. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Web Link: bit.ly/2nbntPc Bulls Host Hatters In Last Game Before AAC Play Matchup: USF (22-3) vs. Stetson (10-16) Dates: Tuesday, March 28, 2017 Times: 6:30 p.m. Location: Tampa, Fla. | USF Baseball Stadium (3,211) TAMPA, MARCH. 27, 2017 – The University of South Florida baseball team hosts its final non-conference game before American Athletic Conference play begins, when it welcomes in Stetson for a 6:30 start Tuesday. The game can be heard on AM 1040 and watched live on BullsVision. The Bulls won their sixth weekend series of the season, as they defeated FAMU in Sunday’s rubber game by a score of 7-1. USF outscored the Rattlers, 20-5, and were defeated in 11 innings on Saturday night. The two teams have faced one another 166 times in the all-time series, as the Hatters hold an 84-82 edge. The Bulls lead the series in Tampa, 45-40, and have won four of the last six meetings. Freshman D.J. Roberts (Jacksonville, Fla.) will get the ball for Tuesday’s start, his fourth of the season. He has a 2.95 ERA with 20 strikeouts in 21.1 innings of work. Scouting Report – Stetson The Hatters head into Tuesday’s matchup winners of two-straight games and three of their last five, as the only two losses were by a combined two runs. Stetson is paced offensively by sophomore infielder Jack Gonzalez with his .314 average. Freshman outfielder Austin Bogart is hitting .301 with 17 runs scored and leads the team with eight doubles, four homeruns, a triple and 19 RBI. The tandem are the only two Hatters hitting .300 or better, as sophomore outfielder Jacob Koos is hitting .294 with a team-leading 20 runs scored. The Stetson arms combined for 10.1 strikeouts per nine innings to lead the ASUN and sit 12th nationally. Senior lefty Tyler Keller has been the best arm out of the bullpen with a 3.29 ERA and 18 strikeouts in 12 appearances. He is one of three relievers that has seen action in 12 games, as junior Dean Garabedian sports a 3.38 ERA. Key Stats Sophomore third baseman David Villar (Pembroke Pines, Fla.) hit .400 over the weekend to lead the team with two doubles and three RBI. He has now reached base safely in nine-straight games. Senior Luke Borders (Winter Haven, Fla.) hit .375 in the FAMU series with a team-best four runs scored and four RBI. The Bulls pitching staff lowered its ERA to 2.05, second-best in the nation. The arms are allowing 6.20 hits per nine innings which is good for third nationally and are striking out 11.3 batters per nine inning to lead the country. Notables The Bulls were ranked No. 21 this week according to Perfect Game and came in at No. 15 in terms of D1Baseball’s RPI system. USF is still receiving votes in the USA Today Coaches Poll.
  4. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com WEB LINK: http://bit.ly/2n9WmnP FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: March 27, 2017 Follow @USFAthletics On Twitter Like USF Athletics on Facebook Butehorn Completes Staff TAMPA, March. 27, 2017 – University of South Florida men’s soccer head coach Bob Butehorn’s coaching staff is complete, the program announced Monday. Jeremy Hurdle, Michael Alcaraz and Ryan Thompson have joined the Bulls’ staff. “I am very proud of the staff that we have brought together,” said Butehorn. “I believe we assembled the right people for the job and I look forward to a very bright future for our program.” Hurdle will act as the Bulls’ Director of Soccer of Operations and Alcaraz is the Assistant Director of Operations. Thompson, a former Rowdies goalkeeper, is USF’s new volunteer assistant coach. Hurdle previously completed his first season as an assistant coach at the University of Pennsylvania. The Quakers finished the 2016 season with a record of 5-5-6, a 3-3-1 mark in the Ivy League. Hurdle was named one of 30 coaches nationwide to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America’s “NSCAA 30 Under 30” program which provides year-long mentorship and educational opportunities to up-and-coming coaches. As a player, Hurdle was a four-year starter at McGill University. His performance earned him a Canadian Silver Medal in 2009 and the Quebec Silver Medal in 2009 and 2011, as well as a one-time conference all-star recognition. Prior to his time at McGill, Hurdle captained a team for the University of Auckland, New Zealand, and won a championship title at the 2011 NZ University Games. Hurdle graduated from McGill in 2012 with a degree in geography. Alcarez comes to USF after one season as the head coach for Burbank Unified School District. The former defender graduated from Manhattan College in 2015 as a two-year starter. Prior to transferring to Manhattan, Alcarez was an All-South Coast Conference first team member for Pasadena City College. Thompson has been a notable goalkeeper coach that has worked with institutions throughout the East Coast including Carlow University and the University of Tampa. A former goalkeeper for the University of Tampa, Thompson was a two-time All-American and led the Spartans to a Division II Final Four appearance. Thompson led the Jamaican Football Federation to two Caribbean Cup Championships in 2005 and 2015, and a Gold Cup silver medal in 2015. The Butehorn era of USF men’s soccer will begin in August 2017.
  5. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Web Link: bit.ly/2n6NkqP Bulls Take Series vs. FAMU with Sunday's 7-1 Win USF scored two runs apiece in the fifth, sixth and seventh frames TAMPA, MARCH 26, 2017 – After falling behind 1-0 in the first inning, the University of South Florida baseball team scored the last seven runs including six in innings five-seven to win Sunday’s rubber match against Florida A&M University, 7-1. The Bulls (22-3) trailed early, as the Rattlers (15-9) got on the board in the first inning with a pair of hits and a walk. But senior righty Ryan Valdes (Tampa) was able to settle down to limit FAMU and allow his team to get a feel for the opposing Aubrey McCarty on the mound. The Rattlers posed one last threat in the top of the fourth when they got the first two men on base with walks. But Valdes induced three-straight outs to strand the runners. The Bulls came to Valdes’s aid in the fifth with two runs on three hits. USF added two more runs in the sixth and seventh frames, as both in the seventh were produced with two outs and nobody on base. The bullpen logged the final 4.0 innings and gave up just one hit and a lone baserunner. Key Stats Redshirt-junior Andres Leal (Tampa) went 3-for-4 with two runs and a RBI. Sophomore David Villar (Pembroke Pines, Fla.) went 2-for-4 with a run and two RBI. Classmate Chris Chatfield (Riverview, Fla.) went 1-for-4 with a run and two RBI. Valdes tossed 5.0 innings, gave up seven hits, one run and struck out six. The Bullpen of freshman Noah Yager (Davie, Fla.) and senior Mark Savarese (Palm City, Fla.) logged the final 4.0 and gave up just one hit. Notables The Bulls picked up their sixth series win of the year and 22nd victory. Villar, Leal and Chatfield combined for six of the team’s nine hits in the 6-7-8 holes, respectively. The Bulls had a 15-game winning streak against FAMU prior to Saturday’s loss, but now hold a 47-4 edge in the all-time series. Up Next The Bulls will play their final non-conference game before AAC action begins, as they host Stetson Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.
  6. USF’s Hassan Childs Injured In Overnight Shooting On Sunday afternoon the University of South Florida announced that senior DB Hassan Childs was injured in an overnight shooting. Head coach Charlie Strong released the following statement: https://www.sportstalkflorida.com/college/usf-bulls/usf-player-injured-overnight-shooting/
  7. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Web Link: bit.ly/2oiqEoe Bulls Drop 11-Inning Heartbreaker in Middle Game A wild sequence allowed the winning run to score in the 11th TAMPA, MARCH 25, 2017 – After the tying the game in the bottom of the eighth to force extras, the University of South Florida baseball team caught a pair of runners stealing in the 11th, but a wild sequence allowed a run to sneak home which was the difference in Saturday’s 3-2 loss to Florida A&M University. The Bulls (21-3) put two men into scoring position in the first inning, but stranded both to begin what would end up being a real pitcher’s duel for much of the contest. The sides combined for just four hits over the first 3 1/2 frames until the hosts tallied a pair in the bottom of the fourth to take a 1-0 lead on a sac fly. But the Rattlers (15-8) took their first lead in the series in the next half inning on a two-run homer to left field, making it 2-1. USF would not a see a baserunner again until the seventh, but needed to wait until the eighth for a scoring chance. After loading the bases with one gone, another sac fly scored a run to tie the game before a line drive to third ended the threat, stranding two men in scoring position. The Bulls and Rattlers each put two on in the ninth but neither could plate a run, sending the action into extras. FAMU got a man on in the bottom of the 11th, who then stole second. After a walk was issued, the two runners were caught in a run down. Sophomore Andrew Perez (Orlando) threw to second, the ball then went to first to get the runner on first, but the runner who was on second was now rounding third, prompting a throw home. After a throw to sophomore David Villar (Pembroke Pines, Fla.) at third, a final throw was sent back home but the lead runner was able to get behind catcher Tyler Dietrich (Naples, Fla.) to score the go-ahead and eventual game-winning run. Villar doubled in the bottom of the 11th with one out, but he was stranded on second to end the game. Key Stats Senior Luke Borders (Winter Haven, Fla.) went 2-for-3 with a run and a RBI, as he was the only Bull with multiple hits. Sophomore Chris Chatfield (Riverview, Fla.) had the other run and went 1-for-3. Redshirt-freshman Shane McClanahan (Cape Coral, Fla.) logged 7.0 innings for a second-straight outing, gave up two runs on four hits while striking out 10 men. Perez was unfortunately credited with the loss, as he pitched 2.1 innings, gave up just one hit and the wild run. He struck out four. Notables The Bulls have not played in two extra innings games this season (1-1). Tonight marked the first time since March 3 that Bulls had to bat in the bottom of the ninth. USF has now lost more games this week than it had the first five weeks of the season. The Bulls can still clinch their sixth-straight series victory to open the season tomorrow. Thought USF only totaled seven hits, six different players recorded a hit. Up Next The Bulls and Rattlers will play the rubber game of this three-game set Sunday at 2:00 p.m.
  8. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Web Link: http://bit.ly/2nR7Obx Follow USF Men’s Basketball on Twitter Like USF Men’s Basketball on Facebook Wagers Named USF Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach Former Jacksonville University assistant coach, Robinson High School head coach brings strong ties to Hillsborough County and Florida recruiting TAMPA, MARCH 25, 2017 – University of South Florida head men’s basketball coach Brian Gregory has announced the addition of Scott Wagers as a Bulls’ assistant coach. A highly successful recruiter in Hillsborough County and the state of Florida, Wagers most recently was an assistant coach at Jacksonville University (2014-17). He also served five seasons as head coach at Robinson High School (1994-99) in Tampa, leading the Knights to four divisional championships and two regional championships. “I am unbelievably excited to have Scott Wagers join our staff at USF,” said Gregory. “Scott is a tireless recruiter with local and national ties, building impactful relationships in the footprints of South Florida and the entire state. He had great success at Robinson and has been able to continue that success at the collegiate level. Scott brings instant credibility to our recruiting philosophy within the Bay Area and the entire state. He has proven the ability to build tremendous relationships, is a fantastic teacher and has experienced the rebuild process at the high school and collegiate level. We are excited to welcome the Wagers family into our Bulls Nation and look forward to the great success we will enjoy in the future.” In his three seasons at JU, Wagers helped the Dolphins post back-to-back winning seasons and also notched a 13-game home winning streak, the program’s longest such stretch in 42 years. He served as an assistant coach on the Lamar Cardinals staff in the 2013-14 season. Wagers began his collegiate coaching career at East Tennessee State in 2000-01. During his 13 years in Johnson City, Wagers helped the Buccaneers earn six postseason berths, including four NCAA tournament appearances, and five regular season conference titles. While at Robinson High School, Wagers led the Knights to the 1997-98 Florida High School state semifinals. The Knights were recognized as the St. Petersburg Times/Tampa Tribune Team of the Year and Wagers was named the Tampa Bay Basketball Coaches’ Association Coach of the Year. In the early 1990s, he was a head coach of Washburn High School (Tenn.) and earned the Tennessee Athletic Coaches’ Association District 1A Coach of the Year award in 1993-94. Additionally, Wagers was recognized by Nike Villa 7 as one of the Top 60 assistant coaches in NCAA Division 1 men’s basketball in 2011. He was only one of two mid-major coaches in the country to appear on the list. A student-athlete himself, Wagers played college basketball at Tennessee Wesleyan and graduated in 1989 with a B.S. in Health and Physical Education. Scott and his wife, Stacey, have two children, Luke and Lola.
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