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  1. Join Coach Eriksen for his induction into the Sports Club of Tampa Bay Hall of Fame! Bulls Club Supporters, The Sports Club of Tampa Bay will be hosting its annual Hall of Fame Banquet on Wednesday, June 16, at 6:30 p.m. at the TPepin Hospitality Centre. This year's induction class includes USF Head Softball Coach Ken Eriksen, fresh off his 1,000th career win as head coach! We would like you to join us in recognizing Coach Eriksen for this great honor. The event will also recognize USF's top male and female student-athletes from the 2020-21 year. Tickets include dinner and cost $75 per person or $500 for a table of eight people. If you are interested in purchasing tickets, please email contact@tampasportsclub.org for more information. We hope you will join us for this special night! Go Bulls!
  2. Softball team looking to take 3 of 4 from the Shockers with no score in the 1st
  3. Softball is up 6-0 against FGCU in the 5th of the first game of a DH
  4. On Tuesday, March 24th, our very own Ken Eriksen, USF Softball and USA Softball Women’s National Team Head Coach, will be inducted into the Sports Club of Tampa Bay Hall of Fame! This is a tremendous honor to recognize Ken’s stellar career, and we would like for you to join us for the celebration! The Sports Club of Tampa Bay Hall of Fame Banquet will be held on Tuesday, March 24th from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the Pepin Hospitality Centre. The event also will recognize USF’s top male and female student-athletes for 2019. Tickets include dinner and cost $75 per person or $500 for a table of eight people. Tickets and more information can be found HERE or by contacting the Sports Club of Tampa Bay directly at contact@tampasportsclub.org. We hope you will join us for a special night on March 24th! Go Bulls!
  5. Currently 14-9 but have won 12 out of last 14. Just a couple games ago Georgina Corrick tied the USF single-game strikeout record with 18 as the Bulls beat Wisconsin 2-1 on a walk-off single by Megan Pierro. Today, it's Iowa State I have a pair of tickets if anyone is interested in getting out to support this team and see some great softball.
  6. If you need tickets, let me know! I have a pair to both events I would love to share with someone! Reply here.
  7. Great start to the first game against the Cocks, as the USC pitcher walks 4 of the first 5 batters and USF is up 1-0 with the bases loaded and 1 out in the Top of the 1st. The game can be seen on the SEC Network or streamed through www.watchespn.com
  8. Anyone know why she has not pitched this last weekend?
  9. What the hell is going on? Fifth game of the year and Corrick has not started.
  10. USF Opens 2019 With 2-1 Victory Over ISU for Third Straight Season- Full Story USF softball opened its season Thursday night with a 2-1 victory over Illinois State at the USF Softball Stadium for the third straight season. Key Stat3 – Three pitchers combined to limit the Redbirds to just one run and two hits in the win.3 – Bruni's three stolen bases were crucial, including two back-to-back that set up the first run of the game.3 – Tonight marks the third straight season the Bulls have defeated ISU in their home opener. Up Next USF will take on Arizona on Friday at 7:15 p.m. in a clash of two legendary national team and Division I head coaches, Ken Eriksen and Mike Candrea.
  11. USF SELECTED AS PRESEASON FAVORITE BY CONFERENCE COACHES January 09, 2019 PROVIDENCE, R.I., Jan. 9, 2019 – Following an American Athletic Conference regular season championship in 2019, USF was picked to finish first by the conference coaches in the 2019 preseason poll, the league announced Wednesday. USF received a total of 45 votes with four first place votes to clinch the top spot in the poll. USF will return to the diamond after the program's 14th trip to the NCAA tournament in 2018 with the reigning American Athletic Conference co-Pitcher and Rookie of the year Georgina Corrick. USF also boasts The American coaching staff of the year, head coach Ken Eriksen and assistant coaches Jessica Moore and Laura Ricciardone, who will continue to lead the program in 2019. Wichita State and Houston check in with the second and third spots in the poll. The Shockers earned three first place votes for a total of 43 points, and the Cougars had 41 points with one first place vote. Tulsa ranks fourth in the poll after winning its third-consecutive American Athletic Conference Championship last May. The 2019 softball season begins Thursday, Feb. 7 while conference play starts Friday, Mar. 22, at home for USF. The 2019 American Softball Championship will take place May 9-11 at Cougar Softball Stadium in Houston, Texas. Be sure to follow USF softball on social media (Twitter / Facebook / Instagram) and visit GoUSFBulls.com for the most up-to-date information. The USF softball program has been one of the most successful on campus, making 12 NCAA tournament appearances, including a trip to the Women's College World Series in 2012. – #GoBulls –
  12. Round one of Bulls Q and A, starting with the legend of the USF airwaves, Jim Louk. From GoUSFBulls.com: Since 1983, Jim Louk has been the voice of USF Athletics. Louk came to USF that year as the radio play-by-play announcer for the USF men's basketball team and served as the lead voice until the conclusion of the 1996-97 season. He then made the transition to football in USF's inaugural 1997 campaign, and still serves as the team's play-by-play announcer today. You've seen a number of his written features over the years as well. Questions for Jim can range from this season to waaaaaaay back in the beginning of Bulls Football. Jim's Q&A from last season Please get your questions in as fast as you can. Feel free to post them here or email using this email link. My goal is to turn the questions in to Jim be end of day Wednesday, August 15th. Thanks, Brad
  13. 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!
  14. 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).
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. 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.
  18. 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"
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