UCF continues its ‘War on I-4’ dominance of USF with 64

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TAMPA ‘ From USF’s perspective, its rivalry with UCF lately has regressed into the woe on I-4. And what a woeful weekend the Bulls experienced in this lopsided interstate tussle.

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Less than 24 hours after UCF’s men eked out a controversial one-point win against the Bulls in Orlando, their women’s counterparts exploited some Bulls sloppiness down the stretch for a 64-57 triumph Sunday at the Yuengling Center, completing a Knights weekend sweep.

‘We played one senior today, all the other guys are freshmen and sophomores,’ said Bulls coach Jose Fernandez, whose program has lost its last three to the Knights. ‘But I don’t think we have a value of how important every possession is. You only understand that when you lose games like this.’

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USF Bulls Men’s Soccer: 2019 Season Outlook

With the USF Men’s Soccer season kicking off this Saturday to start the 2019 season, it’s time to take a look at what the team is bringing to the table, and their season outlook as they attempt to get back into the NCAA Tournament after missing out the last two seasons.

Butehorn loves to schedule tough out-of-conference foes in his tenure as a head coach across different programs, this season will be no different. After three exhibition matches against Eastern Florida College, Eckerd College, and the Rowdies Cup against University of Tampa, USF will open regular season play by traveling up to College Park to take on the University of Maryland, the reigning national champions of Division I soccer. The Bulls will return home for matches against Marquette and Louisville, the Cardinals coming into the season ranked #14 and reigning ACC champs.

Publisher: www.thedailystampede.com
Date: 2019-08-14T10:00:00-04:00
Author: Robert Steeg
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No. 17 Cincinnati wants to avoid letdown against USF

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Georgetown outlasts Virginia in 2019 College Cup for first DI men’s soccer national championship

For the first time in program history, the Georgetown Hoyas are College Cup champions. The juggernaut of the Big East held two separate leads in the national championship over Virginia, finally outlasting the Cavaliers in the seventh round of a penalty shootout.

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A game featuring the top two defenses in Division I men’s soccer produced a total of six goals (three in 12 minutes) and 13 made penalty kicks before Hoyas’ goalkeeper Tomas Romero denied Axel Gunnarsson on the game-clinching attempt.

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