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South Florida forms sports Hall of Fame, reveals inductees

USF made a surprise announcement at Saturday's fundraising auction, unveiling the first class of its new sports Hall of Fame.

Basketball's Charlie Bradley and Wanda Guyton will be inducted Sept. 17 with former athletic director Dick Bowers, rifle's Michelle Scarborough and the 1984-85 Division II national champion women's swim team.

Bradley is USF's all-time leading scorer with 2,319 points. Guyton left as its all-time leading scorer and still holds 10 records. Bowers, who died in 2007, was from 1966-82, helping establish the Sun Belt conference. Scarborough was a four-time All-American and two-time national champion.

Men's tennis: Host FSU beat Auburn 4-1 to reach the Round of 16 in the NCAA tournament. It faces Virginia, the tournament's top seed, Thursday in College Station, Texas. … Carl Sundberg won the final match to give visiting Miami a 4-3 win over Florida.

Women's tennis: Host Florida and FSU beat College of Charleston and Auburn, respectively, in the first round of the NCAA tournament and meet today.

Women's golf: FSU and host Florida finished 15th and 16th, respectively, at the East Region. Denver took first. FSU's three-time All-American, Caroline Westrup, tied for 30th.

Softball: Florida beat Alabama 8-5 in Knoxville, Tenn., to win its second straight SEC tournament.

Men's volleyball: Trailing 2-1, UC Irvine won the final two games to beat Southern Cal for the national title in Provo, Utah.

Information from Times wires was used in this report.

South Florida forms sports Hall of Fame, reveals inductees 05/09/09 [Last modified: Saturday, May 9, 2009 11:44pm]
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