They stacked their bags in the storage compartment below the bus and then, they piled into it.

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The Bulls baseball team is traveling to Austin, Texas for a three game series against the University of Texas in the NCAA Austin Super Regional.

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TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) ‘ They gathered outside of the Lee Roy Selmon Athletics Center on the University of South Florida’s campus Thursday afternoon. They stacked their bags in the storage compartment below the bus and then, they piled into it.

Billy Mohl, the Bulls head baseball coach, commented on how much he has enjoyed this historic season.

‘It has been a lot of fun, I mean, the first Super Regional in program history,’ said Mohl, ‘but, at the end of the day, my joy comes from watching these kids have fun. I am super proud of them, all they have been through, picked last in the conference. Our mission from day one when those came out is leave no doubt and, whatever happens this week, they have left no doubt they are one of the premier teams in the state of Florida.’

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Publisher: WFLA
Date: 2021-06-10T21:16:09+00:00
Author: Gabrielle Shirley
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Texas’ Charli Collier goes No. 1 in WNBA draft

The Wings also had the No. 2 pick. They chose Awak Kuier, who became the first Finnish player to be drafted in the WNBA.

It was the first time in league history that a team had picks Nos. 1 and 2. The Wings acquired the top pick in a February trade after being awarded the second choice in the draft lottery.

‘Needless to say, we are thrilled with the results of the draft for our organization,’ Wings president and general manager Greg Bibb said. ‘We took another big step forward (Thursday) with the progress of our team. Obviously with drafting Charli and Awak, we got the two best players in the draft.’


Publisher: Tampa Bay Times
Date: 2021-04-16 09:30:00
Author: Tampa Publishing Company
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