Women's tennis seeks Big East repeat
USF's women's tennis team, already with the only Big East crown in Bulls history, is one win away from earning its second conference championship.
The third-seeded Bulls, playing on their home courts, knocked off second-seeded Louisville 4-1 on Saturday, earning the right to play top-seeded Notre Dame at 9 a.m. Sunday for the league crown. USF's top two singles players, Janette Bejlkova and Jessica Zok, set the tone for the Bulls, losing a combined three games in their straight-sets wins. No. 4 singles player Liz Cruz won in straight sets, and No. 3 singles player Allyn Mueller lost her first set 6-0 before rallying back to win in three sets. Here's the story on the Bulls' semifinal win from USF's official site.
USF's men's team was also playing in the league semifinals on Saturday afternoon, and we'll update with results as soon as they're finished.
It's a Bulls-Irish twinbill on Sunday, as right around the time the tennis match should finish, USF's softball team plays host to Notre Dame in a doubleheader scheduled to start at noon.