9:35 PM EDT, Mon May 25, 2015
South Florida Bulls Rumors & News
USF Bulletin | Tampa Bay Times 7 hours ago
The roar of USF's baseball players, coaches and staffers inside a Selmon Athletics Center conference room just after noon Monday was accompanied by a collective sigh of relief -- 13 years in the making -- elicited by its beleaguered fan base.For the first time since 2002, the Bulls (33-24-1) are headed to the NCAA Tournament.
Tampa Tribune 8 hours ago
TAMPA -- The University of South Florida baseball team earned an NCAA at-large bid, its first postseason appearance since 2002, and will face Florida Atlantic on Friday in the Gainesville Regional. The Bulls were 33-24-1 in coach Mark Kingston's first season, although they were
USF Bulletin | Tampa Bay Times May 24, 2015
The Bulls hadn't yet vacated the dugout after Friday's loss in the American Athletic Conference tournament's elimination round when Coach Mark Kingston began defending his club's checkered postseason resume."I feel very good about …
Tampa Bay Times May 23, 2015
The first-place Rays are looking to make it as easy as 1-2-3 as they face the worst-in-baseball A's today in the third game of the four-game weekend series.
USF Bulletin | Tampa Bay Times May 23, 2015
Former USF women's basketball standout Shantia Grace, the Bulls' career assists leader and No. 2 all-time scorer, remains in the Pinellas County Jail following her arrest early Friday evening on a misdemeanor domestic battery charge.Grace, 28, was arrested at 7:46 p.m. Friday at 15616 Avelon Ave. 1 in Clearwater. The …
Rookie INF Tim Beckham hit his fifth homer, and a 453-foot blast at that, but he was sent down to Triple-A Durham after the game so the Rays could add an arm to their bullpen.
USF Bulletin | Tampa Bay Times May 22, 2015
Its regular season finished, USF now has the rest of the weekend to consider its postseason fate, and the rest of the millenium to contemplate arguably the most critical gaffe of the year.The Bulls (33-24-1) stranded 10 of their own base runners and neglected a heady one for Memphis in Friday's 4-1 loss to the Tigers (37-20) in an …
DEVELOPING: Sitting alone atop the American League East, the Rays take on the Oakland A's and an old friend tonight in former ace LHP Scott Kazmir.
Alex Rodriguez still gets booed in most stadiums, but the novelty of his return to the Yankees from a year-long suspension seems to have worn off.But not in Port Charlotte, where the Rays advanced Class A affiliate is promoting tonight's game against the Tampa Yankees as "A-Rod Juice Box Night!"Per the team web site, the …
USF Bulletin | Tampa Bay Times May 21, 2015
The 2015-16 USF men's basketball non-conference schedule came into clearer form Thursday, with three modest foes joining the marquee one.The Bulls will host New Jersey Institute of Technology, Boston University and Albany as part of the expansive Basketball Hall of Fame Classic, which culminates with a game against Kentucky at …
Tampa Tribune May 21, 2015
CLEARWATER -- For the University of South Florida Bulls, the uphill battle is under way. After a sloppy 7-3 defeat against the Houston Cougars on Thursday at Bright House Field, the fourth-seeded Bulls now must win four games in three days in order to capture the American Athletic Conference
Tampa Bay Times May 21, 2015
ST. PETERSBURG - Rays LHP Drew Smyly will try to rehab his torn left labrum instead of undergoing season-ending shoulder surgery, he announced today at Tropicana Field.
Tampa Bay Times May 21, 2015
DEVELOPING: The Rays are back at Tropicana Field to start a seven-game homestand, which begins with tonight's matchup against Oakland.
Tampa Tribune May 20, 2015
TAMPA -- The University of South Florida baseball team (33-22-1) continues its quest for an NCAA Regional bid when it takes on top-seeded Houston (40-17) Thursday in the American Athletic Conference tournament at Clearwater's Bright House Field. It's difficult to predict what