Feb 26, 2012; Tallahassee, FL, USA; South Florida Bulls mascot Rocky D. Bull is held in the air by cheerleaders during a time out in the second half of their game against the Cincinnati Bearcats at the Tampa Bay Times Forum. The Bulls won 46-45. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-US PRESSWIRE
With fall 2012 sports in full swing, USF has a busy athletics schedule ahead of them this week. From USF Football's Big East Opener to Men's Tennis new head coach debut, this should fill you in on everything happening in the USF Athletics world this week.
We will start off with tomorrow's Big East Football Opener; USF hosts their rivals from New Jersey, the Scarlet Knights. Kickoff is at 7:30pm at Raymond James, be there to support your Bulls in their first Big East game of the season.
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The USF Volleyball team hosts their final tournament before the regular season begins on Tuesday (9/18). Catch the ladies in action this weekend at The Corral where they will face off with Bethune Cookman, FIU and James Madison.
Friday at 6:00pm - James Madison
Saturday at 7:00pm - Bethune Cookman
Sunday at 1:00pm - FIU
The Bulls travel to Akron, OH this weekend to participate in the University of Akron Tournament, where they will face Akron & Butler. The Bulls suffered their first lost of the season last week, but managed to bounce back with a win over Iona on Saturday night. The Bulls kickoff their regular season schedule next Saturday at home.
Saturday at 4:30pm - Butler
Sunday at 7:00pm - Akron
Join the women's soccer team on Sunday at 1:00pm for Big East Home Opener vs Pittsburgh. The Bulls went 6-3 during their preseason schedule and hope to start the regular season off on the right foot Sunday.
Sunday at 1:00pm - Pitt
USF travels to Toledo, OH on this weekend to compete in the Inverness Invitational that takes place on Monday and Tuesday.
Men's tennis will be traveling to Gator Country this weekend to compete in the Bedford Cup. This week USF named Matt Hill its new head men's tennis coach; after long time head coach Don Barr announced he was retiring. Barr spent 21 seasons with the Bulls.