USF women hand Tulane first conference loss

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USF G Elena Tsineke shoots in a game against the Tulane Green Wave on Jan. 25, 2020 at the Yuengling Center. (Photo: Will Turner, 247Sports) TAMPA ‘ Undefeated in conference play no more.

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TAMPA ‘ Undefeated in conference play no more. USF women’s basketball notched a quality win over a streaking Tulane team on Saturday afternoon, 63-56, in front of an announced crowd of 2,207 at the Yuengling Center.

In addition to snapping the Green Wave’s six-game win streak, USF extended its own win streak to two games after defeating Wichita State on the road on Wednesday.

‘I was really pleased in the first half, we did a great job of taking care of the basketball. I thought second half, we did a really good job keeping them in front of us. And them not getting second, third opportunities down the stretch,’ USF head coach Jose Fernandez said.

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Not to change the topic here:

Late arriving to USF football games? You aren’t missing much

TAMPA ‘ Maybe the late-arriving segment of USF’s home crowds, bent on maximizing every moment of tailgating, is on to something.

Aside from some neat parachute drops and other pregame pageantry, it hasn’t really missed much. The Bulls offense generally hasn’t shown up until the second quarter, or second half.

Entering Game 10, USF (4-5, 2-3) has totaled 31 first-quarter points this season, second-fewest in the American Athletic Conference. Only Tulsa (27) has been less productive in the opening period.

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Naturally, first-year coordinator Kerwin Bell finds the tardy arrivals far more frustrating than fashionable.

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