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USF junior Georgina Corrick on Wednesday was named American Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Year for the third consecutive season.
The 6-foot junior could exit the school with nearly every significant career pitching record.
Georgina Corrick makes the milestone even more special by throwing a no-hitter vs. East Carolina.
After blowback from the state’s power three coaches, July 1 remains the effective date of the name, image and likeness law.
The USF softball coach says his greatest triumph, by far, occurred during a 2008 practice.

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  1. USF junior Georgina Corrick on Wednesday was named American Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Year for the third consecutive season.
  2. Florida quarterback Kyle Trask (11) celebrates with tight end Kyle Pitts after he completed a 7-yard pass for a touchdown to Pitts during the second half of an NCAA college football game against Towson, Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, in Gainesville, Fla. (AP Photo/John Raoux)
  3. USF junior Georgina Corrick gets congrats from teammates and coach Ken Eriksen after Corrick allowed no hits and struck out nine Friday afternoon in a 5-0 victory over East Carolina. Corrick was also congratulating Eriksen because the victory gave Eriksen 1000 for his 23-year career, a milestone only 27 other Division I-A softball coaches have ever reached.
  4. Miami Hurricanes star D'Eriq King spoke out against a change in Florida's name, image and likeness law.
  5. Former USF softball pitcher Cristi Ecks (now Krawczyk), left, was resuscitated on the Bulls' field by coach Ken Eriksen, center, and former graduate assistant athletic trainer Kelly Cox (now Burkett) after collapsing and showing no sign of a pulse during a practice in 2008.
  6. Former USF offensive coordinator Kerwin Bell was named coach at Division I-AA Western Carolina on Tuesday.
  7. USF's Ken Eriksen, 60, has a .659 career win percentage (999-514-1) in 23-plus seasons as softball coach of his alma mater.
  8. Former USF softball infielder Meredith Bissette (00), whose career was ended by a baseball-sized pelvic tumor in 2016, recently spent more than four months in intensive care following a rare diagnosis that led to meningitis.
  9. USF softball coach Ken Eriksen, who graduated from the school and played baseball for the Bulls, enters this weekend's four-game series at Wichita State four victories shy of 1,000.
  10. Former St. Petersburg High standout Serrel Smith Jr. began his career at Maryland before transferring after his sophomore year to East Tennessee State. He indicated Friday he's transferring to USF.
  11. Texas center Charli Collier goes up for a basket against Texas A&M center Ciera Johnson (40) during a game Dec. 6 in Austin, Texas. The Dallas Wings selected Collier with the first pick in the WNBA draft Thursday.
  12. Texas's Charli Collier shoots over Maryland's Angel Reese during an NCAA Tournament game in March at San Antonio. Collier is expected to be one of the top picks in the WNBA draft Thursday night.
  13. Will the Gators be a top-10 team? ESPN's early Football Power Index doesn't think so.
  14. Eastern Michigan has hired Stan Heath as its new men’s basketball coach.
  15. USF softball coach Ken Eriksen enters a weekend home series against Tulsa with 992 career victories.
  16. USF coach Brian Gregory is starting to rebuild his roster after losing nine players since the end of the 2020-21 season.
  17. Former Miami Hurricanes star Gregory Rousseau is one of the elite opt-outs complicating this year's NFL draft.
  18. Former USF quarterback Jordan McCloud and the Bulls fell to then-No. 7 Notre Dame 52-0 last September in South Bend.
  19. Stanford celebrates with the trophy after its championship-game win against Arizona on Sunday in San Antonio, Texas.
  20. USF women's basketball low-post standouts Shae Leverett (21) and Bethy Mununga (20) are taking an advantage of an NCAA COVID-19 waiver that grants senior winter sports athletes another season of eligibility.
  21. USF defensive back KJ Sails went through pro day workouts during a rainy Thursday in Tampa.
  22. USF 7-footer Michael Durr (4) greets players during team introductions prior to a game against Tulsa at the Yuengling Center in January. Durr reportedly has entered the NCAA transfer portal.
  23. Jarren Williams made his USF debut in Saturday's spring game.
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