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TAMPA – When the University of South Florida hired Mark Harlan as its new athletic director, someone asked how USF was positioned for potential conference realignment.
TAMPA — University of South Florida men’s basketball player John Egbunu, a 6-foot-10, 245-pound center who emerged last season as one of the nation’s top freshman post players, has been released from his USF scholarship and will ...
TAMPA – The exodus continues with the University of South Florida men’s basketball program. And it might not be finished, leaving new coach Orlando Antigua with a massive roster overhaul heading into his first season....
TAMPA – University of South Florida softball LHP Sara Nevins collected the third no-hitter of the season – and seventh of her career – in Saturday’s 4-0 victory against UCF.
TAMPA – The University of South Florida’s women’s basketball team (23-13) finished with an outstanding run, reaching the WNIT semifinals. Coach Jose Fernandez predicted prosperity for the Bulls in 2014-15, saying he expects USF t...
Rutgers rode the hot hand of shooting guard Tyler Scaife, who scored a game-high 22 points, and defeated USF 62-52 in a WNIT semifinal at the Sun Dome.
USF needs a football stadium to call home for the program to flourish, Joey Johnston says.
With the Steve Masiello fiasco in the past, Martin Fennelly says USF Athletic Director Mark Harlan was deservedly happy, maybe relieved and mostly forthright during Orlando Antigua’s introductory news conference.
New USF basketball coach Orlando Antigua promised a team that would play as fast as possible, with a commitment with withering defense, with a recruiting approach that would sell the school's assets and attract top-flight players who can help the Bulls reach previously unattainable goals.
Courtney Williams, who hit one of the biggest shots in University of South Florida women's basketball history, refuses to take the credit for setting up tonight's WNIT semifinal meeting against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights at the Sun Dome.
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