After leading USF to victories over Stetson and Wofford, senior G David Collins was named the AAC men’s basketball Player of the Week.
.@Dcloading averaged a double-double with 15.5 points and 10.0 rebounds in 2 @USFMBB wins last week and is this week's #AmericanHoops Player of the Week! pic.twitter.com/j99dInkGuf— American MBB (@American_MBB) December 14, 2020
Collins scored a game-high 18 points on 8-for-10 shooting, and collected nine rebounds with four assists versus Stetson to power USF over the Hatters.
In the Holiday Hoopsgiving tournament against Wofford, he recorded a double-double, getting 13 points and 11 rebounds to go along with his three assists in 39 minutes of action.
David Collins, and the USF men’s basketball team will look to continue this momentum as they begin conference play on Wednesday by traveling up to Cincinnati to take on the Bearcats at 7 p.m. on ESPN2.
Meanwhile, USF athletics announced on Monday that there will be a limited number of seats available for fans to attend conference games for both men’s and women’s basketball.
Limited number of fans welcomed to physically-distanced seating in @yuenglingcenter for conference @USFMBB & @USFWBB action starting Saturday.— USF Athletics (@USFAthletics) December 14, 2020
All tix single-game & digital:
Tix: 1-800-GoBulls I https://t.co/blKqpbdRYK#HornsUp https://t.co/ykNDOOK2P7
According to the release, 1,200 tickets will be available, with priority given to season ticket holders and Bulls club members. The games will be ticketed on a single-game basis, with tickets sold in pods of two to four seats. There will be no seating available behind the team benches or curtsied seating, but a limited number of 100 level seating will be available opposite of the team benches.
The first opportunity to see the women’s basketball team play live will be this upcoming Saturday, when the women take on Houston at 7 p.m.. For the men, the first home game will be versus Wichita State on December 22nd at 7 p.m.
As always, wear a mask, be socially distant when possible, wash your hands, and be safe.