I got a really big team and we got some really big rings— USF Men's Tennis (@USFBullsMTennis) April 24, 2016
Back to back to back champions! pic.twitter.com/kMt4J1u0oU
With 37 home runs to her name, Lee Ann Spivey is the USF all-time career home run leader. pic.twitter.com/ZsrSznVjWu— USF Softball (@USFSoftball) April 24, 2016
The 2015 All-AAC first teamer belted her record 37th career homer in the second inning of Sunday's 5-2 victory against the Golden Hurricane. As of today, she leads the conference in home runs (13) and slugging percentage (.704) as you can bet she's on her way to yet another first-team all-conference selection.
Make that 34 out of 36 since March 5th for Ken Eriksen's ballclub whose team has been a borderline unstoppable force of destruction since their rocky 8-9 start.
Next Up: The final weekend home series of the season vs. UCF beginning on Friday. Senior Day will be on Saturday April 30th while Sunday's contest will be broadcast at 5 p.m. on ESPNU.
Baseball Loses Series At Houston
USF Baseball's (19-21) up and down season continued, losing their series at Houston over the weekend.
Sandwiched between a 5-1 loss on Friday and a 7-5 defeat on Sunday was a brilliant performance by junior Brandon Lawson, who supplemented a Luke Borders three-run home run with a seven-inning, one-run outing to improve his record to 4-3.
The 2016 season has been riddled with injuries and inconsistency, but that's perfectly fine given the circumstances as the future looks bright with the talent Mark Kingston is bringing to Tampa.