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  1. Laksa Closes USF Chapter GOUSFBULLS.COM Laksa ends her USF career as the program's No. 6 all-time leading scorer.
  2. TAMPA, MAY 9, 2019– The USF women's basketball team is one of 10 programs selected to journey to the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya over Thanksgiving week for the 15th annual Cancun Challenge. The tournament features two formats, the Mayan Tournament and the Riviera Tournament, and the Bulls will play in the Mayan Tournament alongside NCAA runner-up Notre Dame, Florida Gulf Coast and South Dakota State. The Riviera Tournament features Creighton, Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina, Temple and West Virginia. USF will open play on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28, against South Dakota State at 11 a.m. ET. The Bulls will continue play on Nov. 29 against in-state foe Florida Gulf Coast at 1:30 p.m. ET. USF will round out the Cancun Challenge by taking on Notre Dame on Saturday, Nov. 30 at 11 a.m. Games will take place in the modified ballroom of the all-inclusive Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya, walking distance from hotel rooms and restaurants. Rest of article
  3. Please message or email me. Buying a loge box for the upcoming basketball season includes 8 seats, 2 parking passes, and food and beverage - that will include every single event that is held in the Yuengling Center throughout the season. More details available via messaging. Loge CENTERSTATE BANK LOGE PACKAGES INCLUDE: Dedicated loge attendant Inclusive food and beverage package including beer, wine and soda Personal Loge specialist to work through all the event details
  4. When will the schedules for next season come out?
  5. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: March 20, 2019 Web Release: http://bit.ly/2UI8PzO Bulls Set to Host Stetson in First Round WNIT Thursday Night USF will return to the Yuengling Center for its eighth straight postseason appearance, taking on Stetson in the first round of the WNIT at 7 p.m. Matchup: USF Bulls (18-15, 7-9 AAC) vs. Stetson Hatters (16-15, 11-5 ASUN) Date: Thursday March 21, 2019 Time: 7 p.m. ET Location: Tampa, Fla., Yuengling Center Radio: AM 1040 & Bulls Unlimited (Darek Sharp & Brigid Merenda) Watch: BullsVision Live Stats: GoUSFBulls.com Tickets: USFBullsTix.com Twitter Updates: @USFWBB TAMPA, Fla., March 20, 2019 – USF women’s basketball will take on in-state foe Stetson on Thursday night in the first round of the WNIT, hosted by the Bulls in the Yuengling Center at 7 p.m. LAST TIME OUT South Florida, despite a season of adversity in the form of four season-ending injuries, overcame the odds and fought to an 18-15 season overall, and a 7-9 clip in the American Athletic Conference. USF qualified to its sixth consecutive semifinal of The American tournament, after winning the first round and quarterfinal games. The Bulls last played a game on March 10th, and fell to No. 2 UConn in the championship semifinals. The Bulls own a streak of eight straight seasons playing in a postseason tournament, and this will be the 15th postseason tournament under Fernandez in 19 seasons at the helm. The last time the Bulls participated in the WNIT was 2015 and are no stranger to success in the tournament, as the USF women won the national crown in 2009. In USF’as last outing in the WNIT in 2015, the Bulls advanced to the semifinals. TICKETS Single-game tickets can be purchased at www.ticketmaster.com. All 100 level seats can be purchased for $17 and all 200 level seats will be sold for $12. USF students will receive free admission thanks to the generosity of the USF Bulls Club members. PARKING Parking will cost $10 for all patrons attending the postseason game at the Yuengling Center. USF students with an S permit may park in an S lot per usual. THE OPPONENT Stetson finished the season with a 16-14 record, and an 11-5 clip in the Atlantic Sun Conference, good enough for second place overall. During the regular season, Stetson faced two other American Athletic Conference foes, Tulsa and UCF. Both times, the Hatters fell, but just by one point to Tulsa despute double-digit margins to UCF. The Hatters have lost three of their last four games, including a loss to Kennesaw State in the ASUN quarterfinals. The Hatters are led by Day’Neshia Banks with 14.9 points per game, and on the boards with 6.9 points per game. In the all-time series against Stetson, USF leads 28-11 and is on an 11-game winning streak against the Hatters. USF and Stetson previously met Dec. 30, 2016, and the Bulls defeated the Hatters 74-60 in the Yuengling Center. THE WNIT The WNIT bracket is made up of 64 teams in a single-elimination championship format. The field includes 32 teams that earned an automatic berth, and 32 teams that were chosen at-large. The automatic qualifiers are the best teams available from the nation's 32 conferences that were not selected for the NCAA Tournament. The first round begins on Wednesday, March 20th and culminates in the championship help on Saturday, April 6. All games are hosted by participating institutions. For more information about the WNIT, visit womensNIT.com. Notable USF is appearing in its eighth straight postseason appearance, and 15th postseason appearance under Fernandez. The Bulls are no stranger to success in the WNIT, winning the crown in 2009, and advancing to the semifinals in their last WNIT appearance in 2014. Under Jose Fernandez, in the WNIT, USF is 13-7. Enna Pehadzic was named second-team all-conference, while Sydni Harvey was named to the All-Freshman team. Pehadzic was named to the AAC All-Tournament team. USF is without star Kitija Laksa (knee), Beatriz Jordao (leg) and Silvia Serrat (knee) for the season. The Bulls also have been without Laura Ferreira (heart condition) sicne January. Follow the Action USF will also provide a live BullsVision video stream of the game on www.GoUSFBulls.com and it can be heard live on 1040 AM and the Bulls Unlimited channel on iHeartRadio, all free without a subscription. Up Next Should the Bulls advance, they will face the winner of James Madison University and North Carolina A&T, which face off on Friday night. Second round hosting sites are determined by the WNIT, but are always hosted by a participating school. The second round of the WNIT is March 23-26, and the Bulls could play any day during that time frame.
  6. Heading to the game tonight and as usual looks to be another UConn senior citizen takeover. Probably 8,000 in the building with 6,000 of those being UConn fans. Every year I end up next to a group of 65 to 75 year old women who are just annoying wanting to talk about how great the Huskies are and how sad our season has unfolded. I do have to admit that in the past, they did applaud our outgoing seniors during the pre-game ceremony. Please, please, please keep this one within 25-30 points. One can dream. GO BULLS!
  7. Evidently, there is a WBI, similar to the CBI but run by different entities. And, is seems, no $50k entry fee, although omission does not infer negation. At any rate, its for women and....this is my take on that tourney at this exact moment in time. If the below stands, USF will have a home quarterfinal game and even a chance at a home semi final.. WBI Tournament Seed Home Team Seed Awat Team 1 Pepperdine 4 Davidson 2 Morehead St. 3 Seton Hall 1 N.C. Wilmington 4 Lehigh 2 South Florida 3 Tenn-Martin 1 Portland St. 4 Georgia St. 2 Penn St. 3 Kansas 1 Pittsburgh 4 Montana St. 2 IUPUI 3 Oklahoma
  8. Looks like Harvey is out today. We need this suck ass season to end.
  9. Let's see you the youngsters react to an amazing game.
  10. BIG shout out to my peoples @ WMNF 88.5 for the hook up. which home games in Jan/Feb would u attend? im thinking Houston tomorrow & UCF next month look good... maybe Memphis & Temple? any women's games worth checking out? Also, does anyone know if there are special prices for kids (my son is 8 ) or will I need to use a voucher for him?
  11. Can't go on Saturday to the WBB Tulane game. Will give my 2 club/buffet seats (row G center court aisle) away to anyone on this board that will take a kid to the game. First person to PM me by Friday night at the latest gets the tix transferred to them. I'll need your email and name to transfer. Remember, I really want these to go to a USF fan taking a kid. Thanks and GO BULLS!
  12. DOES ANYONE HAVE AN UPDATE OF HER STATUS
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. 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!
  16. 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
  17. 4:44 left in the 1st quarter. USF 12 Vermont 5 Rader with 8 early. She has her ballin shoes on right now.
  18. Ladies up 21 to 13 with 5:05 left in the 2nd quarter. Harvey already with 8 points and Rader with 7 boards.
  19. COLLEGE SPORTS MADNESS HAS US AT # 15.
  20. How early does the pre-game buffet start for MBB and WBB games? Thanks.
  21. 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.
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