The No. 25 from South Florida wraps up his two-game road trip in Memphis on Saturday

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BULLS RV/25 USF | 19-4 (8-0, AAC)
Last game: Jan. 25 in Tulsa, W, 89-68
Next game: Jan. 31 vs. East Carolina, 7 p.m.
Coach: Jose Fernandez
Alma mater: FIU, 1994
Race history: 435-289 (season 23)
in South Florida: Same

MEMPHIS TIGERS | 12-8 (4-3, AAC)
Last game: Jan. 25 at East Carolina, W, 61-53
Next game: February 1 vs. Houston, 7 p.m.
Coach: katrina merriweather
Alma mater: Cincinnati, 2001
Race history: 141-67 (Seventh season)
in Memphis: 28-20 (Second season)

TAMPA (January 27, 2023) – The 25th-ranked University of South Florida women’s basketball team closes out its two-game road trip Saturday when the Bulls take on Memphis at Elma Roane Fieldhouse. Game time is scheduled for 3 pm ET and the contest can be viewed live on ESPN+ ($). The Bulls look for their tenth straight victory and their 12the win in their last 14 games.

The Bulls, who are looking for their 11the In the 20-win season in program history and eighth in the last 11 years, he came into Saturday’s game 19-4 overall and 8-0 in The American, good enough for first place in the AAC standings.

Elena Tsyneke is averaging a conference-best 17.4 points per game all year, and leads three players on the Bulls’ roster in double figures after her 21-point effort at Tulsa on Wednesday, her second straight 21-point outing. Dulcy Fankam Mendjiadeu he’s not that far off the pace dropping by 16.7 points per game and 12.5 rebounds per outing, with his highest rebounding average in the conference. He is coming off an impressive 25-point, 15-rebound performance against the Golden Hurricane, and comes into the game against the Tigers with 991 career rebounds from him during his time with Memphis and the Bulls. Sammie Puisis he rounds out the double-digit scorers with 15.9 points per contest.

Memphis comes into its game against the Bulls with a 12-8 record and a 4-3 mark in The American following its 61-53 win at East Carolina on Wednesday. The Tigers have won three in a row and four of their last five games.

Jamirah Shutes is one of two players on Memphis’ roster with an average in double figures, scoring 14.7 points per game. She is joined by Madison Griggs, averaging 12.6 points per outing. Emani Jefferson falls just shy of averaging 9.2 points per contest.

Hannah Riddick leads the Tigers in the cup, grabbing 6.1 rebounds per game.

After their game in Memphis, the Bulls will return to the Yuengling Center for two of their next three games, starting on January 31 when they take on East Carolina at 7 pm (ESPN+) for Team Tykes Night. South Florida will also face Houston at home on February 12 (2 pm ESPN2) during the three-game skid.

The Bulls’ only road game during that time will be at SMU on February 4 at 3 pm ET (ESPN+).

Following their matchup with Tulsa, South Florida heads to Memphis to face the Tigers on Saturday at 3 pm ET (ESPN+). The Bulls will return to the Yuengling Center on January 31 when they take on East Carolina at 7 pm (ESPN+).

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South Florida recorded its 10the 20-win season during the 2021-22 campaign while playing in their sixth American Athletic Conference championship game in their nine years in the conference. The bulls managed his highest national ranking of the season when he checked in at no. 13th in the November 30 Associated Press Top 25 poll, advancing to his seventh NCAA Tournament appearance in the past nine years.

USF has made 17 postseason tournament appearances and had eight NCAA tournament berths as head coach Jose FernandezAll 22 seasons of . The all-time winningest coach in program history, Fernández has guided USF to 10 win-20 seasons, two WNIT finals appearances, the 2009 WNIT championship and has won more than 400 games in his career. Fernández was named a WBCA finalist and a semifinalist for the Naismith National Coach of the Year Awards. He was also named the 2021 American Athletic Conference Coach of the Year at the end of the 2020-21 season.

In 2021-22, the Bulls had three players recognized by The American for impressive seasons, including Elena Tsyneke (first team all-conference), bethy mununga (Second Team All Conference) and Dulcy Fankam Mendjiadeu (Second team all-conference).

Additionally, Tsineke and Mununga were named to the American Athletic Conference All-Tournament Team.