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USF Athletics: A look back at ‘15-16

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USF Athletics: A look back at ‘15-16

By Vinnie Portell, SPORTS EDITOR
On June 14, 2016

When USF’s Matthew O’Neal finished third in the triple jump event at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon, USF’s up-and-down athletic season came to a close. 

USF, which had recently become a school known for its smaller sports, saw continued success from many of those teams coupled with the unexpected rise of its football team in the past year. 

As USF enters its second full school year under athletic director Mark Harlan, the Bulls will look to other sports such as men’s basketball and baseball to follow in the footsteps of USF’s 2015 football team.


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Football: Following three losing seasons in which the Bulls combined for nine wins, the team took a dramatic step forward, winning seven of its last eight games of the 2015-16 regular season to qualify for the Miami Beach Bowl.

The Bulls (8-5) fell to Western Kentucky ...


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