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Tampa mayor proclaims April 8 as ‘USF Women’s Basketball Day’


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Mayor Castor decided to recognize the Bulls for their achievements including winning both the regular-season, and AAC tournament titles. USF ATHLETICS PHOTO

April 8, 2021 8:42 am    by Richard Silva, SPORTS CO-EDITOR

Tampa Mayor Jane Castor proclaimed April 8 as “USF Women’s Basketball Day” to commemorate and give credit to the Bulls for winning their first ever AAC tournament title, among other accomplishments.

A portion of the celebration will include Castor awarding the team with a proclamation at 4 p.m. in the brick courtyard between Old City Hall and the Tampa Municipal Office Building.

The 2020-21 season was one that saw the Bulls reach heights never before seen. Aside from the aforementioned conference championship, USF also won its first-ever regular-season title and took down then-No. 6 Mississippi State in early December, the highest ranked team the Bulls have ever defeated in the history of the program.

USF also made the NCAA Tournament for the seventh time ever and advanced to the Round of 32 for the fourth time in program history. The Bulls season ultimately ended after losing to the No. 1 seed in their region, NC State.

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Good to see Mayor Castor and the City of Tampa recognize the USF Women’s Basketball team for their efforts and accomplishments.  GO AAC Champion BULLS

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i love it, happy to see the city embracing the programs!!

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Janie played hoops for my high school (Chamberlain) and went on to play at the University of Tampa.  She has always been a big supporter of the program and remember her at our games last season.

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