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  1. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: Jan. 4, 2019 Web Release: http://bit.ly/2QmaFTG USF to Open Conference Play at Temple USF women’s basketball will begin conference play on Saturday at Temple in a 3 p.m. tip Matchup: USF Bulls (9-5) vs. Temple Owls (4-8) Date: Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019 Time: 3 p.m. ET Location: McGonigle Hall, Philadelphia Broadcast: CBS Sports Network (Darren Goldwater & Swin Cash) Radio: AM 1040, Bulls Unlimited (Darek Sharp) Live Stats: StatBroadcast Twitter Updates:@USFWBB TAMPA, Fla. Jan. 4, 2019 – USF women’s basketball will travel to Philadelphia to take on Temple in the American Athletic Conference opener on Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m. ET at McGonigle Hall. The game will be broadcast live on CBS Sports Network. USF (9-5) takes wins over Big Ten, Big 12 and Pac-12 opponents into conference play and a perfect 7-0 record at home in the Yuengling Center this season. The contest at Temple will be USF’s third true road game of the season, and USF is 1-1 in true road games in 2018-19. Laura Ferreira (Lisboa, Portugal), leads USF with 15.8 points per game this season and Alyssa Rader (Thornton, Colo.) leads the Bulls on the boards with 7.9 per contest. USF is without Beatriz Jordao (Pombal, Portugal) who will forego the rest of the 2018-19 season due to injury. But USF announced on Sunday 5-foot-11 freshman wing Luize Septe (Ventspils, Latvia) will join the Bulls in a mid-year roster addition. Harvey’s Hot from the Charity Stripe Sydni Harvey (Nashville, Tenn.) is hitting 90 percent of her shots from the free-throw line, a conference leading statistic. She has made 46-of-51 free throws in 14 games this season. Boards for the Bulls Rebounding has been the secret weapon for the Bulls, who are out-performing opponents on the boards by 12.4 per game, good enough for tenth nationally. USF is also sixth nationally in rebounding with 621 total rebounds on the year. The Opponent Temple Owls Temple is coming off of a one-point loss at Duquesne, a 53-54 setback on Wednesday night. The Owls have two scorers in double figures, Mia Davis with 19.3 points per game paces Temple while Aliya Butts is averaging 14.9 points per game. Davis also leads the Owls on the boards with 9.5 per game. Temple owns wins over Delaware State, Saint Joseph’s, Iona, and La Salle this season. The Owls have faced two ranked opponents in South Carolina and Miami and both delivered losses to Temple. In the all-time series against Temple, USF owns an 11-2 advantage. USF has won its conference opener for the last four years. Notable · Rebounding is a key for USF, who is out-performing opponents on the boards by 12.4, a good enough margin for tehth nationally. · USF is sixth in the nation in total rebounds with 621 this season. · Luize Septe joined the roster on Dec. 30, 2018, a 5-foot-11 freshma wing from Ventspils, Latvia. · USF has won its conference opener for the last four years. · USF sunk a season-high 12 three-pointers and scored a season-high 102 points against Vermont. USF is the first AAC team to reach the century mark this season. · Laura Ferreira is USF’s leading scorer this season with 15.8 points per game, boosted by her 34-point game over Oklahoma, which leads The American for a single-game point total by an individual. USF posted a perfect nonconference record of 7-0 at home in the Yuengling Center, and took down three opponents who advanced to the NCAA tournament last year Follow the Action The game will be broadcast live on CBS Sports Network with Darren Goldwater on the call and Swin Cash adding color. Fans can follow the action with live radio on Bulls Unlimited and AM 1040 with Darek Sharp back on the call. Live stats will be available on StatBroadcast. Up Next USF will return home for the War on I-4 when the Bulls take on UCF on Tuesday, Dec. 8 at 7 p.m. in a white-out game where fans are invited to wear white.
  2. BEATRIZ JORDAO TO MISS REMAINDER OF 2018-19 SEASON WITH INJURY January 03, 2019 TAMPA, Fla. Jan. 3, 2019 – USF women's basketball freshman center Beatriz Jordao (Pombal, Portugal), a strong presence in the paint and efficient shooter for the Bulls, will miss the remainder of the 2018-19 season due to a leg injury. Jordao has battled the injury in her left leg since late in November and it previously caused her to miss games against Grambling State (Dec. 15) and Vermont (Dec. 17). The decision to forgo the remainder of the season was made this week when Jordao's injury progressed. "This has been difficult for Beatriz, who has been a major contributor to our program in her first season and has a very bright future," head coach Jose Fernandez said. "She will take the time she needs to recover and allow the injury to heal and we will support her through this process. Losing Beatriz is another tough blow for our team, but we remain resilient and focused on our goals this season." The 6-foot-3 center from Portugal averaged 11.3 points and 5.7 rebounds through 12 games with the Bulls, and was named The American Freshman of the Week twice this season. She earned the honor once after posting a double-double in her debut in USF's win over Ohio State, and again when she scored a game-high 14 points in 17 minutes in USF's dominating win over George Washington. In her last contest against LSU, Jordao saw just nine minutes of action. USF has 10 healthy players for the remaining 16 American Athletic Conference games following the loss of Jordao and two-time honorable mention All-American Kitija Laksa. USF announced the addition of Luize Septe on Sunday, Dec. 30, 2018. The Bulls commence conference play on Saturday afternoon at Temple at 3 p.m.
  3. I cannot make it to the following WBB games: 1/19 Tulane, 1/23 Memphis, 1/30 Cincy, 2/10 Houston. 2 Club seats with buffet on aisle center court for total $30 per game (for both tickets) or all 4 games for $100. I can transfer tickets and payment with paypal. PM me if interested. Thanks! GO BULLS!
  4. Channel 408 on Dish if you have it. Go Bulls!
  5. BULLS ADD LUIZE SEPTE TO ROSTER December 30, 2018 TAMPA, Fla. Dec. 30, 2018 – USF women's basketball has announced the addition of freshman wing Luize Septe out of Ventspils, Latvia, to the roster. The 5-foot-11 freshman is eligible to play and practice immediately. More
  6. 4:44 left in the 1st quarter. USF 12 Vermont 5 Rader with 8 early. She has her ballin shoes on right now.
  7. Ladies up 21 to 13 with 5:05 left in the 2nd quarter. Harvey already with 8 points and Rader with 7 boards.
  8. BAMABULL

    WBB

    COLLEGE SPORTS MADNESS HAS US AT # 15.
  9. How early does the pre-game buffet start for MBB and WBB games? Thanks.
  10. What a game. After coming out sluggish they found their feet, then bludgeoned a good Oklahoma squad. These ladies might be good. We find out a lot more after Thanksgiving.
  11. http://www.tampabay.com/sports/usf-bulls/2018/11/16/usfs-kitija-laksa-tears-acl-ending-her-season/
  12. I love the speed of this young lady. Wow. Call me impressed.
  13. TAMPA, Oct. 31, 2018 – USF women's basketball is ranked No. 22 in the Associated Press Preseason Poll, voted on by media members, announced Wednesday morning. USF is one of two American Athletic Conference teams in the top-25. The Bulls, under the direction of 19th-year head coach Jose Fernandez, have made four consecutive NCAA tournament appearances and earned a 26-8 record in 2017-18, and checked out at No. 19 in the final AP poll, and No. 24 in the final USA Today Coaches Poll last season. USF has posted six-straight 20+ win seasons and is one of 15 teams in the nation to post six-straight 22 win seasons. Read on
  14. August 16, 2018 TAMPA, Aug. 16, 2018 – USF Athletics announced a 2 p.m. tip-off when Oklahoma travels to the Yuengling Center on Sunday, Nov. 18. Coming off of a fourth-straight NCAA Tournament berth, USF women's basketball has tallied six consecutive 20-win seasons under head coach Jose Fernandez, finishing 26-8 in 2017-18. Last season, the Bulls fell 79-74 in Norman, Okla., and look forward to facing the Sooners at home in the Yuengling Center in November. In December, USF will make the short trip to Orlando to compete in the Florida Sunshine Classic. The Bulls will face Creighton on Dec. 20 at 6:15 p.m. ET and will see Virginia not 24 hours later when the Cavaliers and USF tip off at 4 p.m. ET on Dec. 21. Ticketing information for the classic will be available at a later date. Rest of article
  15. 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
  16. JoshuaG

    Looking for support

    Long time no see/post/respond! A couple of buddies and myself have started a new Twitter account to cover sports news as a whole. As the Bull Alumni of the group I wanted to reach out to you all for support! We are all Tampa Bay locals and intend to make Tampa sports a little more of a focus if we can. Eventually we intend to start a podcast. Baby steps... As our following grows we hope to bring USF even more into the twittersphere and hope that support shows how dedicated our students and fans really are! Come follow us on twitter at Relaxing Responsibly_Sports Talk or @R_RSportsTalk Cheers all , Josh -Z-
  17. Thought I would let you know since you may be killing time, waiting for Fall pracitce. The site's official gallery, BullsGallery.com, has been around for more than a decade, but has always floated out there mostly in obscurity. We will be bringing it in house to TheBullsPen.com. 2017 is transferred in, but quality control has to be done still, you can see the pics with this direct link to the 2017 galleries. Many more years to follow. Now it should be seamless to comment on an image, embed in post, share it across the site and social networks. Also, 2018 full galleries will be hosted here. As I move seasons over, they will be deleted from the BullsGallery.com domain. It will probably take a couple months to complete as I believe there are 13-14 thousand pictures.
  18. FORMER USF STAR WILLIAMS SHINING FOR SUN IN HER THIRD WNBA SEASON June 26, 2018 By TOM ZEBOLDUSF Senior WriterTAMPA, JUNE 26, 2018 – Courtney Williams continues to make Bulls fans proud with the way she's progressing at the highest level of women's basketball.In her third season in the WNBA, the former USF star is the third-leading scorer for the Connecticut Sun at 12.5 points per game. The versatile 5-foot-8 guard also ranks third on the team with 6.0 rebounds per game after finishing her collegiate career with the third-most boards in USF history (931)."I never take it for granted. It's something I always wanted to do since I was little," said Williams of her flourishing WNBA career. "Sometimes it's still unbelievable to think about actually being here and playing a role on a team where I can impact it. It's an amazing feeling."Amazing is a good way to describe what Williams accomplished earlier this month.Facing the Washington Mystics on June 13, the highest WNBA Draft pick in USF history poured in a career-high 34 points to set the Sun's new franchise record for scoring in regulation."I think I just got it going," Williams said. "My teammates were getting me open and kept feeding me the ball because I had the hot hand. I was just knocking down shots. It was just one of those nights."Williams sank four three-pointers during her game for the ages and grabbed another franchise record with 15 total made field goals. Scoring 16 points in the third quarter, Williams also helped the Sun match another franchise record by erasing a 30-point deficit to take a lead, a feat that was originally accomplished back in 2010. Twitter Ads info and privacy "Coach is believing in me more and giving me a bigger role," said Williams, who is averaging 26.9 minutes through 13 games (all starts). "I'm just stepping up to the task."Williams built lots of momentum for her third WNBA season by showcasing her game in the land down under in 2017-18.In her first run with the Perth Lynx, Williams ranked second in the Women's National Basketball League with an average of 21.27 points and scored in double figures in all 22 games. Perth head coach Andy Stewart called Williams the best player in the WNBL after she scored 41 points in a win over Adelaide last December."It was super cool out there in Australia. I was playing with some amazing people and had an amazing coach who believed in me whole heartedly," Williams said. "He kind of just let me do what I do. That definitely reminded me of the USF days."No matter where she is in the world, Williams said she still keeps close tabs on the Bulls and was proud to see the program make its fourth straight NCAA tournament appearance last season."I definitely watch and I still follow the Twitter page, so I keep up with the stats," she said. "When I can catch a game, I definitely catch a game." Williams still ranks second on the USF career scoring chart with 2,304 points from 2012-15 and helped the Bulls start a string of six straight 20-plus win seasons."I definitely take pride in going to USF," she said. "I like the culture and tradition that's steadily building and growing at that program. Coach [Jose Fernandez] is doing a great job."Continuing to represent USF well on the pro stage is important to Williams, who gets another opportunity to shine against the Washington Mystics on Tuesday night. The battle for first place in the Eastern Conference standings is set for a 7 p.m. start in Washington, D.C., and fans can watch the game online HERE."It's crazy, it's an amazing feeling playing on this team with our chemistry, our support for one another," said Williams of the 8-5 Sun. "Basketball is fun and playing on this team is more fun." About USF Women's BasketballTo stay up-to-date on the latest USF women's basketball news, follow the Bulls on social media (Twitter | Facebook | Instagram).
  19. HUGHES NAMED WOMEN'S BASKETBALL ASSISTANT COACH; DIRAIMO DIRECTOR OF PLAYER DEVELOPMENT TAMPA, MAY --, 2018 – USF women's basketball head coach Jose Fernandez today announced the addition of Danny Hughes as an assistant coach on the Bulls' staff and the promotion of former graduate assistant Dominic DiRaimo to director of player development. Hughes comes to USF after two seasons (2016-18) on the UMass women's basketball coaching staff, serving the last as associate head coach. DiRaimo served last season as a graduate assistant for a Bulls team that posted a 26-8 record and made its fourth straight NCAA Tournament appearance. A 2015 graduate of USF, he previously served as a student manager and an assistant to the video coordinator for the Bulls. He had stops as an assistant coach at St. Catherine College and Saint Leo University after graduation.
  20. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: MAY 10, 2018 Follow @USFAthletics On Twitter Like USF Athletics on Facebook WEB LINK: https://bit.ly/2jLITCg Women’s Basketball Signs Five-Star Luize Septe Septe rated a five-star prospect by Passion Hoops and Blue Star Europe, played for Latvian national team TAMPA, MAY 10, 2018 – USF women’s basketball head coach Jose Fernandez announced the addition of another five-star recruit to the Bulls’ 2018 signing class with the signing of 5-11 wing Luize Septe. A native of Ventspils, Latvia, Septe has extensive experience playing in international competition and was tabbed a five-star prospect by both Passion Hoops and Blue Star Europe. She played for the under-18 Latvian national team in the 2017 European Championship, where she averaged eight points, five rebounds, and two assists per game. Septe also played for the under-19 Latvian team at the World Cup last summer. Additionally, Septe was selected as one of 20 players to try out for the Latvia senior national team, which is the same team that current USF standout Kitija Laksa helped to qualify for the FIBA Basketball World Cup in September. “Luize brings a tremendous skill set and great international experience and we are very excited to welcome her to USF,” Fernandez said. “She comes out of the same club team as Kitija Laksa and has shown the ability to play at a high level while competing with the Latvian national teams. She will be a great fit in our program.” While in Latvia, Septe also started at wing for the club team TTT Riga, which is the same club Laksa played for before coming to Tampa. With TTT Riga, Septe averaged 10.5 points, 5.7 rebounds, and two assists per game while shooting 41.8 percent from the floor and adding 1.8 steals per game. The team recently earned a bronze medal in its league. Septe is the newest member of the Bulls’ 2018 signing class that now numbers five. She joins other late period signees in 5-10 combo guard Sydni Harvey (Nashville, Tenn.), 5-11 shooting guard Makaela Kestner (Bealton, Va.), 5-8 point guard Elisa Pinzan (Murano, Italy) as well as 6-foot wing Iris Tsafara (Athens, Greece), who signed in the early period. Pinzan was also rated a five-star recruit by both Blue Star Europe and Passion Hoops and has international experience, playing for team Italy in the under-18 European Championships and the under-19 World Cup. She averaged eight points, two assists, 2.9 rebounds and two steals per game in the European Championships. Harvey is rated as the No. 28 player at her position in the nation according to ESPN and is the all-time leading scorer in her high school’s history. Kestner holds the Faquier County (Va.) scoring record for boys or girls, scoring more than 1,500 points in her high school career. Tsafara played for the under-18 Ikaros Kallitheas club team in Greece, where she led her team to a second-place finish in the National A2 Division. About USF Women's Basketball To stay up-to-date on the latest USF women's basketball news, follow the Bulls on social media (Twitter | Facebook | Instagram).
  21. FERNANDEZ NAMED COURT COACH FOR USA BASKETBALL U18 NATIONAL TEAM TRIALS TAMPA, MAY 8, 2018 – USF women's basketball head coach Jose Fernandez has been selected to serve as a court coach at the 2018 USA Basketball Women's U18 National Team Trials. Fernandez and University of Georgia head coach Joni Taylor were selected to assist the USA U18 coaching staff of Jeff Walz (Louisville), Natasha Adair(Delaware) and Cori Close during the trials held May 26-28 at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The trials will be used to determine finalists for the 2018 USA Women's U18 National Team that will compete in the 2018 FIBA Americas U18 Championship (site and dates are to be announced). Finalists for the team are expected to be announced on May 28.
  22. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: MAY 10, 2018 Follow @USFAthletics On Twitter Like USF Athletics on Facebook WEB LINK: https://bit.ly/2I69k4x USF Women to Face Kentucky, North Carolina and UCLA in Paradise Jam Seniors Kitija Laksa and Laura Ferreira return following fourth straight NCAA appearance TAMPA, MAY 10, 2018 – A USF women’s basketball team that made its fourth straight NCAA tournament appearance in 2018 and finished the season ranked No. 24 will face some of the most recognizable names in college basketball at the 2018 U.S. Virgin Islands Paradise Jam, Nov. 22-24. Head coach Jose Fernandez’s 19th USF team will take on Kentucky, North Carolina and UCLA in round-robin play in the Island Division bracket. The three-day tournament features eight programs. Connecticut, Purdue, Ole Miss and St. John’s will compete in the Reef Division bracket. Games will be played at the Virgin Islands’ Sports and Fitness Center in St. Thomas and will be streamed online at FloHoops.com. For more information about the 2018 U.S. Virgin Islands Paradise Jam and a printable bracket, please visit www.paradisejam.com. The Bulls will open the tournament on Thursday, Nov. 22 with a 1 p.m. (ET) tip vs. Kentucky in the opening game of the tournament. The Wildcats posted a 15-17 (6-10 SEC) record last season. The game will mark the third meeting between the programs with Kentucky holding a 2-0 lead in the series. The then No. 9-ranked Wildcats posted a 61-57 victory in the teams’ last meeting in the 2014 Paradise Jam. The Bulls will face North Carolina on Friday, Nov. 23 in a 3 p.m. (ET) tip. The Tar Heels posted a 15-16 (4-12 ACC) record last season. The teams have previously split a pair of meetings with USF posting an 83-55 victory in the 2016 Junkanoo Jam. USF’s final game in the Paradise Jam will be played on Saturday, Nov. 24 vs. UCLA in a 3 p.m.(ET) tip. It will mark the second meeting between the programs and first since UCLA posted a close 72-67 victory in the second round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament at Pauley Pavilion. The Bruins posted a 27-8 (14-4 Pac-12) record last season and earned a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament where they advanced to the Elite Eight before falling to Mississippi State. The Bruins were ranked No. 7 in the final USA Today Coaches Poll. USF will be looking to post a seventh straight 20-plus win season in 2018-19. The Bulls return senior starters Kitija Laksa (Riga, Latvia) and Laura Ferreira (Lisboa, Portugal) from a team that posted a 26-8 (13-3 American) record. Laksa earned first-team all-conference and WBCA honorable mention All-America honors for the second straight season after leading the Bulls averaging 21.1 points per game and making 126 threes. About USF Women's Basketball To stay up-to-date on the latest USF women's basketball news, follow the Bulls on social media (Twitter | Facebook | Instagram).
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