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  1. AAC preview: Ranking the conference's QB situations Joey Knight, Times Staff Writer Saturday, July 15, 2017 9:00am ... 1. USFQuinton Flowers, enough said. The two dudes behind him, Brett Kean and Chris Oladokun, appear pretty promising also. 2. MemphisSix-foot-4 senior Riley Ferguson, arguably the conference's top QB draft prospect, threw for nearly 3,700 yards and a program-best 32 touchdowns last season. Considering three of his top four seniors (and nearly his whole offensive line) returns, Ferguson likely will flirt with 4,000 this fall.3. HoustonGreg Ward Jr. (aka Houston's heart and soul) is gone, but Texas A&M transfer Kyle Allen steps in. Say what you will about his turbulent tenure in College Station(including three pick-sixes in one game against 'Bama), there's zero substitute for experience, and Allen made 14 starts over two seasons. Moreover, senior Kyle Postma, who will challenge Allen in the preseason, has made 19 career appearances. ... Rest of Story
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  6. I know everyone is anxiously awaiting the results of the American cup as it moves into its 3rd year. So without further ado, the Final Results Points are given for all regular season athletics offered within the American Conf. If you don't play the sport or you dont play in the American, you get 0 points, so everyone who plays gets at least 1. If you win you get the number of points equivalent to the number of teams. Hence in womens basketball there are 11 teams, so as conf champs, UConn gets 11 pts, as runner-up USF gets 10 and so on. If there is a tie the average place of the tied teams is used. so if two teams tied for first in a twelve team sport they would both get 11.5 points. Additional points are granted for post-season conference tournaments (Soccer, Basketball, Softball, Baseball) Each appearance and each win in a conf tourney gets you an extra point. No points are awarded for NCAA tournaments. Why? Because this is the American Cup, not the lets compare ourselves to the rest of the exclusionary NCAA world cup. Final standings are as follows All Sports included: UCF 122 Uconn 121.5 Cincinnati 110.5 Tulsa 109.5 SMU 109 USF 101.5 Houston 100 Memphis 97.5 Tulane 72 ECarolina 68.5 Temple 62 Therefore it is with an incredibly heavy heart we announce UCF as the winner of the American Cup III, UCF also receives most improved (42% increase in points) behind the strength of their womens squads, especially VBall, WBB, WITF, WOTF, WGolf as well as strong showings with BaseBall, Basketball and Softball. In fact outside of Football (which was an improvement in conference as well) the only squad that struggles was WTennis. This easily was UCF best athletic year, overall, in the conference, and arguably their best year ever. Of course, where there's a winner there's a loser. And UCF gleefully took all their points from the Bulls. The Bulls suffered the biggest drop in points @ 21.5 but it was Temple that suffered the biggest % decrease at 27% Additionally the Bulls (4.67) have now fell behind UCF (4.33) in average finish over the 3 years of conf play. Tulsa and UConn continue to lead the conference in that category by a wide margin. For the Bulls Improvements FBall, MSoc, VBall, and Baseball Declines in WSoc, MXC, MBB, WBB, WXC, MITF, MOTF, WTEN, WGolf and Softball No Changes WITF, MTen, MGolf Here's to hoping next year is an improvement! Go BULLS!
  7. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Web Link: http://bit.ly/2qoJ5ck Bulls Fall in Elimination Game to Knights CLEARWATER, Fla., MAY, 26, 2017 – The University of South Florida baseball team was eliminated from the American Athletic Conference Championships Friday with a 12-0 loss to UCF. The fourth-seeded Bulls (41-17) and top-seeded Knights (40-19) were locked in a pitcher’s duel through 5.0 innings. But UCF loaded the bases for a second time with one out in the sixth and a double scored a pair. After making it 3-0, a two-run homer extended the lead to 5-0 which ultimately turned into a 7-0 edge after the frame. UCF added two in the seventh and three in the ninth to advance to the semifinals on Saturday. Notables - Redshirt-Junior Peter Strzelecki (Lake Worth, Fla.) went 5.1 innings, allowing six hits and four runs, one being earned. He struck out five batters. - After working out of a bases loaded jam in the first and sitting at 57 pitches through 1.2 innings, he went on to record the next 11 outs using just 34 pitches. - Coco Montes (Miami) hit his 13th double of the season and Tyler Dietrich (Naples, Fla.) went 1-for-3. Quotable Kingston on Peter Strzelecki’s outing: “He was just fine. It was a 0-0 ballgame after five innings and it looked as if we would have another really good USF-UCF game, but things just got away from us.” Kingston on his team moving forward: “We’re in reset mode now. We’ll have two complete days off and be ready to get back after it starting Monday, because that’s when the real season starts with regionals next week.” Up Next USF awaits its NCAA fate with the regional selection show looming. The 16 regional hosts will be unveiled Sunday night beginning at 8:30 p.m.The regionals will be filled Monday afternoon starting at noon ET on ESPN2.
  8. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Web Link: http://bit.ly/2qlv4eP Bulls Face Pirates In Winners Bracket Thursday Matchup: USF (41-15, 15-10 The American) vs. ECU (30-27, 13-11 The American) Date: Thursday, May 25, 2017 Time: 7:00 p.m. Location: Clearwater, Fla., | Spectrum Field Follow: Stats | Listen | Watch TAMPA, MAY 24, 2017 – The University of South Florida baseball team looks to advance to the semifinals of the American Athletic Conference Championships when it takes on East Carolina Thursday at 7:00 p.m. The game can be heard on AM 1040 and will be aired live on The American Digital Network. Tickets to the tournament can be purchased at the Spectrum Field box office or by calling 727-467-4457. The fourth-seeded Bulls got by fifth-seeded Tulane with a come-from-behind 7-6 win. USF trailed 3-0 and 6-3 at one point before scoring the final four runs, including two in the eighth. Junior Duke Stunkel Jr. (Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.) had the game-tying double in the eighth then scored the winning run later in the frame. Series History The Bulls and Pirates met from May 5-7. USF swept ECU in the final home series of the season to take a 7-5 edge in the all-time series in Tampa. The Bulls are riding a six-game winning streak against the Pirates. The two sides met in the first game of last year’s American Athletic Conference Championship, where USF won 4-2. Notables · The Bulls have won at least one game in the conference tournament in each of the last six seasons, having made it to the Big East Championship game in 2011. · Junior Kevin Merrell (Odessa, Fla.) went 2-for-4 with two runs in the win Tuesday. · Sophomore David Villar (Pembroke Pines, Fla.) went 2-for-3 with two runs and two RBI. He hit his seventh homer of the season. Classmate Chris Chatfield (Riverview, Fla.) hit a three-run blast in the fourth, his sixth of the year. · USF is now 32-0 when leading after the eighth inning this season and 19-8 in games decided by two runs or less. It has also won 18 games when trailing after the sixth inning. · Peter Strzelecki (Lake Worth, Fla.) leads the team with a 2.48 ERA and went 8.1 innings allowing just three hits and one earned run against ECU on May 7. He struck out a career-high 10 batters in the win. · Redshirt-freshman Shane McClanahan (Cape Coral, Fla.) will start Thursday against the Pirates. He leads the team and conference with 12.67 strikeouts per nine innings. · The Bulls’ pitching staff entered the tournament still atop the country in strikeouts per nine innings and inside the top-10 in team ERA, hits allowed per nine innings and WHIP. · USF set the single season program record for most strikeouts in a season on May 18 at UCF with 547. The team currently sits at 582 on the year. · USF is seeking its first conference tournament title since 1995. · Sophomore Tyler Dietrich (Naples, Fla.) went 6-for-8 in two games vs. the Pirates earlier in the month with five RBI and was named conference Player of the Week for his efforts. Scouting Report – East Carolina The Pirates mashed their way to a 14-3 win over top-seeded UCF on Tuesday night. They clubbed 15 hits led by a 3-for-5 effort from Tyler Watkins, who had two runs and two RBI as well. He holds the team-lead with a .349 average. Charlie Yorgen went 2-for-4 with two runs and three RBI and is second on the squad with a .341 average along with third baseman Eric Tyler. Trey Benton will start for the Pirates Thursday. He holds a 3-4 record and a 4.26 ERA in 13 starts. He leads the team with 70 strikeouts and has just 18 walks.
  9. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Web Link: http://bit.ly/2qQhaTO Bulls Open American Tourney Tuesday vs. Tulane Matchup: USF (40-15, 14-10 The American) vs. Tulane (27-29, 13-11 The American) Date: Tuesday, May 23, 2017 Time: 3:30 p.m. Location: Clearwater, Fla., | Spectrum Field Follow: Stats | Listen | Watch TAMPA, MAY 22, 2017 – The University of South Florida baseball team opens the American Athletic Conference Tournament Tuesday against fifth-seeded Tulane at 3:30 p.m. Each USF game of the double-elimination tourney can be heard on AM 1040 and Tuesday’s action will be aired live on CBS Sports Network. Tickets to the tournament can be purchased at the Spectrum Field box office or by calling 727-467-4457. The fourth-seeded Bulls finished the regular season tied for third in the league with UConn, who owned the tiebreaker. USF saw five players earn all-conference recognitions on Monday. Senior Luke Borders (Winter Haven, Fla.) and junior Kevin Merrell (Odessa, Fla.) were named to The American first team, while senior Phoenix Sanders (Gainesville, Fla.), junior Duke Stunkel Jr. (Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.) and Peter Strzelecki (Lake Worth, Fla.) were named to the second team. The Bulls lost the final War on I-4 series over the weekend in Orlando to the top-seeded Knights, but took the opening game in 11 innings for the year’s 40th win. It marks the first time since 1996 that the Bulls have won at least 40 games in the regular season. Series History The Bulls and Green Wave battled in the opening series of conference play from March 31 – April 2. Tulane took two of three, but each game was decided by two runs or less. Key Stats / Notables · The Bulls have won at least one game in the conference tournament in each of the last five seasons, having made it to the Big East Championship game in 2011. · The Bulls’ pitching staff continues to lead the country in strikeouts per nine innings (10.4). The staff ranks ninth in hits allowed per nine innings and 10th in team ERA. · USF set the single season program record for most strikeouts in a season on Thursday with 547. The team currently sits at 572 on the year. · The USF offense leads the conference with a .387 on base percentage and sits second with a .291 average. · Merrell finished the regular season with a league-best .387 average. · Borders finished with 44 runs and 50 RBI to rank inside the top-10 in the league. He hit .400 against Tulane to start conference play. · Stunkel Jr. finished with 14 RBI and Strzlelecki enters the tourney with a team-low 2.48 ERA. · Sophomore Joe Genord (Lake Worth, Fla.) hit .400 with a double and two homers in the opening series vs. the Green Wave. He drove in five runs. · USF is seeking its first conference tournament title since 1995. · The Bulls will throw Sanders against the Green Wave on Tuesday. Sanders has logged 7.0 innings in consecutive starts and finished the regular season with 99 strikeouts. Scouting Report – Tulane The Green Wave enter the tourney as the fifth seed following a 27-29 season and 13-11 mark in conference. The team is paced offensively by American Athletic Conference Player of the Year, senior first baseman Hunter Williams. Williams hit .357 with 10 homers and 40 RBI. Junior outfielder Grant Brown hit .322 and was named to the second team. Lex Kaplan hit .301 with 16 doubles and 41 runs scored. Corey Merrill will start Tuesday’s game. Merrill finished the year 6-5 with a 4.88 ERA and 65 strikeouts.
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  11. AAC notes: QB battles abound, and optimism at SMU ... As many as seven AAC teams, including more than half of the West division, could have a new face under center this fall. Houston, Temple and Tulsa are all trying to replace accomplished starters who have since graduated, while Cincinnati, East Carolina, SMU and Tulane have had varying levels of competition at the position this spring... Link
  12. UConn, Houston, USF and Tulane All Clinch Series Wins on Saturday Apr. 08, 2017 Baseball link
  13. SCHOOL CONF CPCT. OVERALL PCT. STREAK USF 0-0 0.000 18-1 0.947 W17 UCF 0-0 0.000 16-3 0.842 W5 Houston 0-0 0.000 11-5 0.688 W3 East Carolina 0-0 0.000 13-6 0.684 L2 Memphis 0-0 0.000 11-7 0.611 W1 UConn 0-0 0.000 9-8 0.529 L1 Cincinnati 0-0 0.000 8-9 0.471 W1 Tulane 0-0 0.000 5-13 0.278 L1
  14. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com WEB LINK: http://bit.ly/2m9Amtl FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: March 5, 2017 Follow @USFAthletics On Twitter Like USF Athletics on Facebook Bulls Book 3rd Straight Trip to League Title Game By TOM ZEBOLD USF Senior Writer UNCASVILLE, Conn., MARCH 5, 2017 – USF is headed to the American Athletic Conference Championship final for the third straight season after knocking off No. 21 Temple, 63-58, Sunday night at Mohegan Sun Arena. In a rematch of last season’s conference semifinal, third-seeded USF (24-7) earned its best win of the season by getting tough on the glass. Head coach Jose Fernandez’s Bulls ruled the boards by 42-36 margin with 15 offensive rebounds against the second-seeded Owls (24-7). First team all-conference guard Kitija Laksa (Riga, Latvia) helped the Bulls book a third straight meeting with UConn in the championship with a game-high 18 points. The solid performance helped Laksa break USF’s sophomore season scoring record with 602 total points. Maria Jespersen (Arhus, Denmark) posted her 11thdouble-double of the season with 14 points and 13 rebounds. Conference freshman of the year Tamara Henshaw (Palm Coast, Fla.) matched her career high with 15 points. Laia Flores (Mataro, Spain) added eight points, four rebounds and three assists. Flores is now just three assists shy of breaking USF’s season assists record of 190 set by Anedra Gilmore in 2004-05. USF headed into halftime with a 33-30 advantage after Laksa made program history and Henshaw proved why she was named conference freshman of the year. Laksa became the leading sophomore scorer in USF history with a 3-pointer to open the game. Laksa passed Courtney Williams’ previous top mark of 586 points during the 2013-14 season. Laksa helped fuel a 6-0 run to end the first quarter that cut the Temple lead to 17-14. Henshaw put USF ahead twice during a sequence in the second quarter that saw the lead change hands four times before the Bulls took over. Jespersen made a go-ahead jumper with 6:27 left in the half and went on her own 7-0 run to pump the Bulls’ lead up to 29-23. Henshaw scored four points down the stretch and finished the second quarter with 11 points. The scoring surge helped the freshman match her previous career high of 15 points by the break. Jespersen added to her 24th double-digit scoring game of the season with a 3-pointer in the third quarter and a Laksa jumper extended the lead to 42-35. Despite the hot start, USF went on a scoring drought of 5:33 but still headed into the fourth quarter with a 42-39 lead. USF’s defense held Temple to nine points in the third quarter and kept locking down the Owls on the way to the championship. Temple went through a five-minute scoring drought in the final period and went 7-for-18 from the field. Senior Nancy Warioba (Kisumu, Kenya) gave the Bulls a needed spark instantly with two points and three rebounds in her first two minutes of the game early in the fourth quarter. After Warioba’s defensive rebound, Flores knocked down a 3-pointer and five straight points from Laksa extended the lead to 52-41 with 4:24 remaining. USF secured the victory by going 9-for-14 from the free throw line in the final period. Quotables Head coach Jose Fernandez’s thoughts on the Bulls making it back to the conference championship: “I couldn’t be prouder of this group. We played five kids in that first half the entire time. In that third quarter, we were up seven with the ball and we went on a drought there. But in that fourth quarter, we made big shots and we got the stops we needed. It was an important game for both teams, for NCAA seeding, us winning up there and them winning at our place. We wanted this game. This is the third year in a row that we’re playing on Monday night. That’s one thing, when you play in this tournament, you want to play for a championship.” Key Stats 42 – The number of rebounds grabbed by the Bulls, including 15 on the offensive end. USF scored 13 second-chance points. 35.5 – The shooting percentage USF’s defense held Temple to in the second half. The Bulls had a 33-30 advantage at halftime and never let the lead slip away after the break. Notables - USF appeared in the conference semifinals for the fourth consecutive season and will play in the championship game for the third straight year. - Kitija Laksa has set USF’s sophomore season scoring record with 602 points. Courtney Williams held the Bulls’ previous record with 586 points. - Conference freshman of the year Tamara Henshawreached her previous career high of 15 points by halftime. - USF improved to 7-3 in the American Athletic Conference Championship. - USF is now within three wins of matching the program season record of 27 victories set in 2014-15. - The Bulls improved to 2-1 this season against second-seeded Temple. Up Next USF will take on top-ranked UConn in The American championship game Monday at 7 p.m. The programs’ third meeting of the season will be televised nationally on ESPN2.
  15. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Web Link: http://bit.ly/2mwGzzq Coco Montes Named American Player of the Week Montes hit a team-high .421 and drove in a team-best five RBI TAMPA, FEB. 27, 2017 – University of South Florida baseball player Coco Montes has been named The American Athletic Conference Player of the Week, the league announced Monday afternoon. The sophomore second baseman led the Bulls’ offense and was a key factor in a 5-0 week. Montes hit a team-best .421 (8-for-19) during a week for that began with a win at No. 3 Florida State on Tuesday night. Montes totaled three runs, his second homerun of the season and a team-high five RBI. In the ninth-inning comeback win at FSU Tuesday, Montes went 1-for-3 with a walk and a run scored that was the tying tally. Over the weekend in a four-game sweep of Miami (Ohio), Montes went 7-for-16 (.437) and had a pair of multi-hit games. He had a 2-for-4 effort in game 1 of Saturday’s double-header with two RBI and a run scored, helping his team to a 7-2 win. In the series finale Sunday afternoon, Montes clubbed a season-best three hits, added another run and a two more RBI, including his second homer of the year. Montes is riding a six-game hit streak and has three multi-hit games this season. The Bulls remain at home when they welcome Toledo into Tampa for a three-game series that begins at 6:30 p.m. this Friday. Fans can purchase season tickets, flex plans and single-game tickets at USFBullsTix.com or by calling 1-800-Go-Bulls.
  16. Softball AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE WEEKLauren Evans • Jr. • 3B/SS • USFEvans led USF at the plate with a .500 average and at least one hit in every game. The junior played both third and shortstop and recorded three multi-hit games over the five-game stretch against RV Oklahoma State and No. 14 James Madison, among others. She finished with eight total bases and four runs. Her .529 on-base percentage also led the team. http://theamerican.org/news/2017/2/20/SB_0220174744.aspx Baseball WEEKLY HONOR ROLL Luke Borders • Sr. • OF • USFBorders hit .429 (6-for-14) with a team-high six RBIs in a series win over Iowa. Borders finished with three hits, a double and three RBIs in the series finale. http://theamerican.org/news/2017/2/20/BASE_0220171526.aspx
  17. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com WEB LINK: http://bit.ly/2jCgmhc FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: Jan. 16, 2017 Follow @USFAthletics On Twitter Like USF Athletics on Facebook Pujol Named to Weekly Honor Roll TAMPA, JAN. 16, 2017 – Senior Ariadna Pujol led the University of South Florida women’s basketball team in scoring last week, pushing the Bulls to 14-2 on the year. Pujol’s 14.5 points per game average also landed her on the American Athletic Conference weekly honor roll. Additionally, Pujol registered 6.5 rebounds per game last week and shot 40 percent from the floor. The guard’s best performance came against East Carolina when she tallied 23 points, eight rebounds, three assists and two steals. Pujol shot 60 percent from the floor (6-for-10) and finished 2-for-3 from behind the arc. Pujol also converted nine of 11 free throw attempts. Pujol and the Bulls seek head coach Jose Fernandez’s 300th career win Tuesday. USF hosts Memphis Jan. 17 at Sun Dome Arena. Tip-off is set for 7 p.m. and will be televised on CBS Sports Network.
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