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  1. BrassBulls12

    International Cup

    CKE is also managing the red squad
  2. Here's a deep find, lol... Veronica, or Ronnie, played softball for USF for 2 years 2014-15. She was JUCO transfer who had a pretty good Jr. year batting .322 but regressed her senior year batting .231....at any rate, she is part of team USA for women's baseball, that's right baseball, not softball. She was part of the PAN-AM team and is currently in the team trials which ends 6/18 and, if she makes it, will be part of the team that goes to the World Cup of Women's baseball, in August, in Viera Florida. Go Bulls!
  3. USF HEADS TO GAINESVILLE FOR NCAA REGIONAL MATCHUP: USF (38-21) vs. Ohio State (34-14)DATES: Friday, May 18, 5 p.m.WATCH: ESPNULISTEN: Bulls Unlimited RadioFOLLOW: Live stats | TwitterTICKETS: http://www.floridagators.com/ticketsGAME NOTES (PDF)TAMPA (May 17, 2018) – USF sets its sights to Gainesville this weekend to continue its postseason journey. After earning an at-large bid to the tournament, the Bulls will take on Ohio State in the first round of the NCAA Regional on Friday at 5 p.m. at Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium.USF finished its regular season with an American title in tow after dominating all seven weeks of conference play, remaining at the top of the league standings. The Bulls entered The American tournament as the top seed and worked an incredible pair of walk-off wins in the quarterfinal and semifinal games against UConn and Memphis. USF fell to three-time champion Tulsa in the final on May 12, finishing the tournament as the American Athletic Conference Tournament runner-up. On Sunday night, the Bulls awaited their fate as selections began, and learned they would be traveling to Gainesville with an at-large bid. This season marks the 14th NCAA appearance in program history, and13th under the leadership of head coach Ken Eriksen. Of those appearances, six have started in Gainesville including the Bulls' 2012 berth that led to USF's historic Women's College World Series appearance. "What a great opportunity for us and our fans to head to Gainesville for the NCAA tournament," said Eriksen. "To have the opportunity early in the tournament to face quality teams like Ohio State, Bethune-Cookman and No. 2 Florida is fantastic. We can't wait to get to work at practice this week." Friday's game will air live on ESPNU, and fans can listen to Bulls Unlimited Radio for audio coverage. Scouting the Opponent Ohio State(rv): The Buckeyes are 34-14 heading into their third straight NCAA appearance, 10th overall. Ohio State is receiving votes in the NCAA poll. The Buckeyes fell to Iowa in the first round of the single-elimination Big 10 tournament but received an at-large bid to the tournament. They are led by Lilli Piper who bats .417 with an impressive .921 slugging percentage. She has 49 runs, 63 hits and 57 RBI. The combined team average is .272. They are led by pitchers Morgan Ray anad Shelby McCombs. Ray stands at the top of the stats with a 2.38 ERA and 17-7 record. McCombs has a 16-6 record in the circle with a 2.94 ERA. Bethune Cookman: The Wildcats (31-24) are the MEAC tournament champions, and enter the tournament with a seven-game win streak. They are led by sophomore Ryan Jackson, who bats .351 with 54 runs, 59 hits, 52 RBI and a .750 slugging percentage. Bethune Cookman is led in the circle by Alexis Bermudez with a 3.11 ERA and a 13-9 record. #2 Florida: The Gators are 50-8, and will host their 14th consecutive regional. It is their 11th straight season as a top 5 seed. Amanda Lorenz leads Florida hitting .418 with 66 runs, 66 hits, 55 RBI and a .766 slugging percentage. Notables USF is receiving votes in the NFCA/USA Today poll and the ESPN.com/USA Poll Junior Lindsey Devitt leads the Bulls at the plate, averaging .386 with 34 runs, 69 hits and 39 RBI. She has recorded 16 multi-hit games this season. Senior Astin Donovan is also a top hitter for USF, batting .371 with 32 runs, 66 hits and 26 RBI. Freshman Georgina Corrick and junior Cheyenne Eggens have been staples in the circle for the Bulls. Corrick leads the team with a 1.61 ERA and a 15-8 record. Eggens is in second with a 1.86 ERA and an 8-3 record. Corrick ranks second in the conference in ERA and first in hits allowed per seven innings (5.17). Eggens leads the conference and ranks 14th nationally in strikeout-to-walk ratio (6.22). She ranks fifth nationally, and first in the conference in walks allowed per seven inngs (.84).
  4. Simple vote, no need to provide personal info (like some polls). I already voted. Georgina is in the lead. Let's do our job to keep her there. Vote HERE
  5. The brackets are set! The American Athletic Conference Softball Championship is set to take over the USF Softball Stadium this week. Starting on Thursday, May 10th, USF will host the seven-game championship. Your USF Bulls are the top-seeded team in the Championship and will take on UCONN on Thursday at 6:30 pm. Tickets are now available to purchase for the 2018 Championship, click here to grab yours today! For more information on the 2018 Softball Championship including a full schedule visit Championship Central by clicking here. If you have any questions, please call 1-800-Go-Bulls or email us at BullsTickets@USF.edu. Thank you for your continued support of USF Softball! Go Bulls
  6. BULLS DOMINATE CONFERENCE AWARDS The American regular season champion Bulls dominated the conference honors, including five first team all-conference selections, the league announced Wednesday. USF was selected as coaching staff of the year, and freshman Georgina Corrick was named co-pitcher and rookie of the year, and to the all-rookie team. Corrick, Lauren Evans, Astin Donovan, Amber Atkinson, and Lindsey Devitt were named first team all-conference. The American coaching staff of the year, head coach Ken Eriksen and assistant coaches Jessica Moore and Laura Ricciardone, guided USF to the top of the American standings through every week of conference play. They led USF to its seventh conference championship, and second in the last three years. Under their guidance, USF has reached a 36-20 record, 14-7 in The American, and enters postseason as the No. 1 seed and host in conference tournament.
  7. Bulls Finish Regular Season as Champions "TAMPA (May 6, 2018) – USF defeated Wichita State to earn The American regular season title and earn a spot as the top seed in the conference tournament. The Bulls will take on No. 8 UConn in the first round of the tournament on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the USF Softball Stadium." junior Lindsey Devitt went 2-for-3 USF outhit the Shockers 4-3 Seniors Morgan Gross and Astin Donovan were crucial in scoring plays for the Bulls in their final regular season game at home Wichita State was only able to strike out one batter Macy Cook and Morgan Gross each recorded an RBI The Bulls didn't commit a single error in the win "Head coach Ken Eriksen has led the Bulls to six conference titles in his time at USF"
  8. We have had some threads discussing baseball this season but not much about softball. Seems like they are in a good position to take the conference and possibly host a regional, although their RPI sits at 40. Softball battles Witchita State this weekend with AAC top spot up for grabs. Baseball is idle this week. (☹️) May madness beckons for USF baseball, softball
  9. OKLAHOMA CITY (April 9, 2018) – USF head coach Ken Eriksen will lead the WBSC World Championship roster in 2018, USA Softball, the National Governing Body of Softball in the United States, announced. Eriksen will lead his team as it competes in tour stops and international competitions. He will be joined by Howard Dobson (Baton Rouge, La./assistant coach at LSU) and Heather Tarr (Redmond, Wash./head coach at Washington). All three return to the WNT program after guiding the U.S. to the Gold at last year's Pan American Championship in the Dominican Republic. A highlight of his Team USA coaching resume includes being an assistant coach in the 2003 Pan Am Games which won Gold and going on to coach at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens where the U.S. Olympic Softball Team would put on one of the most dominant performances in Olympic history. Eriksen tacked on another Gold Medal as an assistant coach at the WBSC Championship in Caracas, Venezuela. In 2011, Eriksen took over the Women's National Team Program and ushered in a new era of USA Softball with a roster comprised of international rookies. Eriksen continued the legacy established before him, leading a strong U.S. roster which produced a Gold Medal at the 2011 Pan Am Games in Guadalajara, Mexico. In his tenure with the Women's National Team Program, Eriksen has amassed two WBSC World Championships Silver Medals before reclaiming the Gold at the 2016 WBSC World Championship in Surrey, B.C., Canada. He also boasts four World Cup of Softball titles and a Silver Medal from the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Full Article:
  10. "Two series into conference play, USF softball sits atop the AAC with a 5-1 record. Regardless of where the Bulls finish the regular season, however, they’ll enjoy a home-field advantage for the AAC Tournament. The AAC announced Tuesday that the USF Softball Stadium will host the conference tournament, which will feature eight teams and be played during the weekend of May 10-12." Full Article Here: http://www.usforacle.com/news/view.php/1033301/AAC-announces-USF-Softball-Stadium-as-ho I couldn't think of a better facility to host the tournament. Go bulls!
  11. MEMPHIS, Tenn. (March 29, 2018) – Two USF home runs powered the Bulls to a 4-1 win over Memphis Thursday night. USF (26-13, 4-0) remains undefeated in The American. The Tigers (25-9, 2-2) were first to get on the board with an RBI single down the left field line in the first inning. Junior Mia Fung (Tampa) was quick to find the equalizer with a shot over the fence at left center, her sixth home run of the season. Senior Astin Donovan powered USF to a 3-run fifth inning with a home run over the left field fence that scored senior Lauren Evans (Land O' Lakes, Fla.) and sophomore AnaMarie Bruni (Schwenksville, Penn.). The pair reached base on a walk and a fielder's choice, respectively. Read rest of story
  12. Not in order of start time SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH, 2018 MEN'S GOLF AT SUNTRUST GATOR INVITATIONAL GAINESVILLE, FL WOMEN'S SAILING VS USF WOMEN'S INTERCONFERENCE ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. PREVIEW WOMEN'S TENNIS NOON AT SMU DALLAS, TEXAS PREVIEW WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 12:00 PM CBS SPORTS NETWORK AM 1040 AT UCF ORLANDO, FLA. LIVE AUDIO TICKETS PREVIEW SOFTBALL 1:30 P.M. VS MISSOURI CLEARWATER, FLA. LIVE STATS PREVIEW MEN'S BASKETBALL 3:00 PM ESPN3 AM 820 / USF BULLS UNLIMITED AT TULSA TULSA, OK LIVE AUDIO LIVE STATS TICKETS PREVIEW BASEBALL 12:00 PM VS #6 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA TAMPA, FLA. LIVE VIDEO LIVE STATS TICKETS PREVIEW
  13. Starting the season off great with a 3-0 win Coach Eriksen complemented the Freshmen in the win ""I thought the freshman did a phenomenal job. How many times did you see the freshman come out in a composure situation like that," Good to see young bulls succeeding early. Key Stats3 – USF scored all three of its runs with two outs in the sixth inning.(Clutch)3 – USF's trio of pitchers allowed just three hits. Countdown to 900 for Coach Eriksen sits at three http://gousfbulls.com/news/2018/2/8/softball-bulls-open-season-with-3-0-win-over-illinois-state.aspx
  14. If you can't make it, or live in BFE like me, there is a stream tonight: http://facebook.com/USFSoftball
  15. BAMABULL

    SOFTBALL

    Does anyone know what happened to Weber and Fung
  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. Game is supposed to be available on video at GoUSFBulls.com: https://www.nmnathletics.com/liveEvents/liveEvents.dbml?SPID=2928&DB_OEM_ID=7700 Beat those damn dirty crocs.
  18. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1221851017910426&id=550985464996988
  19. THIS WEEK IN USF ATHLETICS January 16, 2017 By TOM ZEBOLD USF Senior Writer TAMPA, JAN. 16, 2017 – Take a look ahead at the week in USF Athletics and catch up on last week’s action: No. 19 Football Last Week: USF landed in the final Associated Press and Amway Coaches Poll Top 25 rankings for the first time in program history, finishing a record-breaking 2016 season at No. 19. Learn more HERE… Quarterback Quinton Flowers was named the 2017 College Football Performance Awards National Performer of the Year… Head coach Charlie Strong announced the additions of Matt Mattox as offensive line coach and run game coordinator, Justin Burke as tight ends and special teams coach, and Corey Bell as defensive backs coach and recruiting coordinator. Need to Know: New season ticket deposits are being accepted now at USFBullsTix.com or by calling 1-800-Go-Bulls… USF Athletics randomly selected four season ticket members with perfect attendance the past two seasons and provided them with a national championship game surprise. Find out more HERE. Follow the Bulls: Stay updated on USF Football on Twitter HERE and on Facebook HERE. No. 23 Women’s Basketball (14-2, 3-1) This Week: Head coach Jose Fernandez goes after his 300th career win when USF hosts Memphis 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Sun Dome… USF finishes the week with a huge home test against No. 9 Louisville on Sunday at 2 p.m. Home game tickets can be purchased at USFBullsTix.com or by calling 1-800-Go-Bulls. Last Week: USF bounced back from a 102-37 loss at top-ranked UConn on Jan. 10 with a 79-48 home win over East Carolina on Jan. 14. Ariadna Pujol, Kitija Laksa and Maria Jespersen each scored at least 20 points in the Bulls’ 13th consecutive home victory. USF is 7-0 at the Sun Dome this season. Need to Know: Fernandez is already the winningest coach in USF history (299-228). With one more victory, he will become the third active coach in the American Athletic Conference to reach 300 career wins. Follow the Bulls: Stay updated on the team by following the Bulls on Twitter @USFWBB. Men’s Basketball (6-10, 0-5) This Week: The War on I-4 Rivalry series with UCF continues 7 p.m. Tuesday in Orlando… USF returns to the Sun Dome to host Tulsa on Saturday at 1 p.m. Last Week: After trailing by 16 midway through the second half, USF pulled within two points late in a 62-56 loss at Memphis on Jan. 14… Geno Thorpe, Ruben Guerrero and Luis Santos scored in double figures in an 82-67 loss to Tulane on Jan. 11. Need to Know: USF spent two hours visiting with patients at James A. Haley Veterans Hospital in Tampa on Jan. 12. Learn more about a special afternoon for the Bulls HERE… Home game tickets can be purchased at USFBullsTix.com or by calling 1-800-Go-Bulls. Follow the Bulls: Stay updated on the team by following the Bulls on Twitter @USFMBB. Men’s Soccer Last Week: Marcus Epps and Lindo Mfeka were selected in the second round of the Major League Soccer SuperDraft on Jan. 13. Epps was picked 25th overall by the Philadelphia Union. Mfeka went 28th overall to the San Jose Earthquakes. Learn more HERE… Round three of the MLS SuperDraft will begin Tuesday at 2 p.m. Need to Know: USF has had 23 players selected in the MLS Draft, and 28 players either drafted or signed since 1996. Follow the Bulls: Stay updated on the Bulls by following the team on Twitter @USFMSoc. No. 25 Men’s Tennis Next Event: ITA Kick-Off Weekend Jan. 28-29 in Gainesville. Last Week: USF swept FGCU in doubles and singles competition on the final day of the FGCU Spring Invite on Jan. 15. Follow the Bulls: Stay updated on the Bulls by following the team on Twitter @USFMTen. Women’s Tennis This Week: USF begins its spring season at Florida Gulf Coast University 2 p.m. Sunday in Fort Myers. Follow the Bulls: Stay up to do on the Bulls by following @USFWTEN on Twitter. Track and Field This Week: USF continues its indoor season at the GVSU Open on Friday in Allendale, Mich. Last Week: Jessica Taylor (5k), Michael Babinec (5k), Joe Fogarasi (pole vault) and Stephanie Lambeth (pole vault) won their events in the season opener at the UAB Invitational on Jan. 13. Check out the recap HERE. Follow the Bulls: Stay updated on the Bulls by following the team on Twitter @USFXCTF. Men’s Golf Last Week: Head coach Steve Bradley announced the addition of Brad Caldwell to his staff as the Bulls’ new assistant coach. Caldwell joins the Bulls for the spring season after playing full-time on PGA Tour Canada in 2016. Prior to his second stint in pro golf, Caldwell served as head men’s and women’s golf coach at North Greenville University, his alma mater. Learn more about Caldwell HERE. Need to Know: USF’s spring season begins Feb. 18 at the Gator Invitational in Gainesville. Follow the Bulls: Stay updated on the Bulls on Twitter @USFMGolf. Baseball Last Week: USF’s War on I-4 rivalry game at UCF on May 20 will be televised nationally on CBS Sports Network. First pitch is set for 1 p.m. in Orlando. Need to Know: USF starts the season with a three-game home series against Iowa on Friday, Feb. 17 at 6:30 p.m. View the season schedule HERE. Season ticket deposits are being accepted now at USFBullsTix.com. Follow the Bulls: Stay updated on the Bulls on Twitter @USFBaseball. Softball Need to Know: USF opens the season at home against Illinois State on Thursday, Feb. 9 at 6 p.m. View the entire schedule HERE. Season ticket deposits are being accepted now at USFBullsTix.com. Follow the Bulls: Get all the important updates on the team by following the Bulls on Twitter @USFSoftball.
  20. Courtesy GoUSFBulls.com Eriksen, Moore Lead Team USA to Silver Medal July 11, 2016 By USF OKLAHOMA CITY (July 11, 2016) – USF head coach Ken Eriksen and assistant coach Jessica Moore helped Team USA take home a silver medal at the World Cup of Softball XI on Sunday as they fell, 2-1, in a nail-biting matchup with Japan. Team USA finished the tournament with a 6-1 record, the only blemish coming in the finale with Japan. The team posted four shutouts, outscoring opponents, 55-4. “You take a look at what we did, and what the USA Elite did, and you can see the future is bright for USA Softball,” Eriksen said. “I was very proud of the fact that we had young kids step up this week, we didn’t panic and sometimes the difference between a gold and silver is a fingernail. I think when you take a look up and down our lineup, everybody can hit it well. We’ve got rookie pitchers out here that are moving in the right direction. I can’t wait for us to get to the Worlds and get started.” Usually on the coaching side with Eriksen, Moore went back to being a player as one of the ace pitchers on the Team USA staff. The former Oregon standout threw 11 innings, picking up 15 strikeouts and allowing just one earned run on one hit. Against Venezuela, she helped combine for a no-hitter in a 10-0 win. Playing for USA Elite, rising junior Astin Donovan helped lead her team to the bronze medal game, coming up just short in a 4-3 loss to Australia. Donovan went 6-for-13 in the tournament for a .462 average and was 2-for-4 in the bronze medal game. Donovan was in prime position to put the U.S. up early in the first inning after coming around the bases on two singles and a stolen base, but was thrown out at home on a deep fly ball to centerfield. Former Bulls Monica Santos and Karla Claudio were also in action at the World Cup. Playing for Puerto Rico, Claudio finished 9-for-21 at the plate with eight RBIs and also saw time in the circle with 6.2 innings pitched. Santos appeared in four games, recording nine at-bats. Up next for the USA Softball Women’s National Team is the WBSC Women’s World Championship, which will be held July 15-24 in Surrey, B.C., Canada. Claudio, Santos and rising junior Lauren Evans (Great Britain) will also be in action with their respective national teams. Fans at home can follow along with live stats, streaming and more at ASAUSASoftball.com.
  21. On Friday, against USCe at noon on SEC Network ...
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