South Florida Bulls Women's Basketball Schedule
The college basketball season is about to get underway and the
city of Tampa, Florida could not be more excited. The South Florida Bulls women's basketball team has been on the rise in
the past few seasons and this could be the year that they finally break through and make some serious noise, not only in the
American Athletic Conference, but also in the NCAA Tournament come March. Last season the Bulls finished third in their conference
with a 13-5 conference record and a 23-13 overall record. This year South Florida is aiming to do even better but they will
certainly have their work cut out for them during conference play as they go up against national powerhouses like Connecticut
and Louisville. It appears as though the 2014-2015 season could be one of the most thrilling in South Florida history, and
you will not want to miss a single moment of all the action. Be sure to get your tickets to see the Bulls playing at USF Sun
Dome from StubHub soon, as tickets for all of the biggest games do not stay on sale for long.
The Bulls play their first
home game of the 2014-2015 season against the UNC Asheville Bulldogs on November 22nd with tip-off at 2:00 PM. There is a
plethora of other chances to see the Bulls at USF Sun Dome with games against the Stetson Hatters, the St. John Red Storm,
the Charleston Cougars, and the Northern Colorado Bears all scheduled before the AAC regular season even begins. When conference
play finally begins the Bulls will compete against all of their most challenging foes with home games against the Memphis
Lady Tigers, the SMU Mustangs, the Tulane Green Wave, the Central Florida Knights, the Cincinnati Bearcats, the Tulsa Golden
Hurricane, the Temple Owls, and the UCONN Huskies. There are plenty of chances to make your way to USF Sun Dome to show the
South Florida Bulls your support, just choose the games you plan on attending and prepare yourself for an amazing time.
Now in his 14th year as the Bulls' head coach, Jose Fernandez has proven to be one of the best coaches
in all of women's college basketball. After a third place finish in the conference last season South Florida has enough excellent
returning players along with big time recruits like Laura Ferreira who should help them reach the top of the conference standings.
This is an exciting time to be a South Florida Bulls fan and you will want to be there inside USF Sun Dome right from the
start to be a part of it.
Over the course of the past several years women's college basketball
has been growing rapidly in popularity and this is evident by the crowds that fill the gyms for each game. The USF Sun Dome
is one of the most exciting arenas in all of college basketball and on game day the electricity in the air is enough to get
even the most casual basketball fan bouncing off the walls. As the teams take the court for the opening tip off fans stand
up and refuse to sit down until the home team scores. The game continues, full of back and forth action, big time shots, and
clutch defensive stops. Before you know it the clock is winding down in the second half and the Bulls are wrapped up in yet
another tight contest. Your palms get sweaty with each trip down the floor and each time a Tar Heels player lets loose a shot
you hold your breath until the ball tickles the twine. This continues until the final buzzer when the crowd erupts after another
important South Florida win and the crowd flows out of the arena in jubilation.
South Florida Bulls Women's Basketball
The South Florida Bulls play in the American Athletic Conference which may be a name that seems unfamiliar
to casual sports fans but it is the new name of the former Big East. The conference changed its name after several schools
left for other conferences and new teams were added and is now in its second season. Many of these new members were located
outside of the East Coast so the conference was re-branded. As far as women's college basketball is concerned, the conference
remains a powerhouse with the likes of UCONN and South Florida still battling it out. This year you can once again expect
teams from the American Athletic Conference to make deep runs in the NCAA Tournament as well as provide fans with memorable
games throughout the conference season. Be sure to make your plans to visit the USF Sun Dome this season for some of the top
American Athletic Conference match ups of the year.
The 2008-2009 South Florid Bulls team won 27
games which was a record for both the men's and women's basketball teams and more victories in one season than any other basketball
team had ever accumulated in the entire state of Florida.