The USF men’s soccer team returns to Corbett Stadium for the opening match at home against Temple

Tampa (September 23, 2022) The University of South Florida men’s soccer team returned home to Corbett Stadium on Saturday to face Temple in the opening game of the American Athletic Conference on Saturday. The kick-off is set for 7pm and the match can be watched live on ESPN+. This is the second of five consecutive games The Bulls will play, with the next two, Charlotte (September 30) and UAB (October 5) on the way.The Bulls are looking to improve their three-game unbeaten streak after beating Mercer 2-0 and playing Florida Atlantic with 1-1 draws the last two times.

Alex Sanes He scored his second goal of the season during the first half of the game against Florida Atlantic. Leading the bulls in scoring by four points (2g) while Ajmer Spengler It takes second place with two points (1 g).

Seventh match | he sat. September. 24, 2022 | 7 pm | Corbett Stadium, Tampa, Florida.

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USF Paul | 1-3-2

last game: Sept 16 vs FAU, T, 1-1

next game: September 24 in Charlotte, 7 p.m.

Coach: Bob Buthorn

Job history: 165-135-39 (season 20)

in USF: 11-35-37 (season six)



Temple album | 2-3-2

last game: Sept 17 vs UCF, L, 4-0

next game: September 30 at SMU, 8 p.m.

Coach: Brian Rowland

Job history: 12-22-37 (season five)

In the temple: same



Series VS. temple
– South Florida and Temple meet for the thirteenth time with the Bulls for the top spot in the series, 8-3-1.


– The last game between the two conference opponents resulted in a 3-1 victory over the Owls in Philadelphia.



Look at the album
– Temple currently has an overall record of 2-3-2…and his last game was the opening game of the American Athletic Conference against the UCF, where she fell to the Musketeers, with a score of 4-0.


– Senior Mike Ijendal leads the team in minutes (522), points (9) and shots on goal (5)… He tied with Yan Koyemi and Sawyer Koza with two goals.



The last time
South Florida opened play at the American Athletic Conference on September 16 in search of their second straight win, however, and the Bulls had to settle for a 1-1 draw with Florida Atlantic at Boca Raton.


Alex Sanes He finished the first half with a goal in the lower left corner of a pass from Marcus Victoria To score 1-0 in the 39th minute… It was Sane’s second goal in his career and the second in many matches after he missed the first four matches due to injury.


– Boom came out in the second half and quickly managed to equalize in the 53rd minute with a goal from Kyle Gronow… This was the last goal of the match.


The second half did not offer many chances as the two teams combined for only four shots, including one for each team on goal.


Oscar Risano He finished the night with two shots, one of which was two highs on goal, while Siwon Suga He also had two shots.



a future vision
– After the Temple game, South Florida continues its five games at the American Athletic Conference extended to Charlotte on Friday, September 30 at 7 p.m. on ESPN+.



Catch bubbles to get unlimited bubbles
– All USF regular season games will be streamed live on the ESPN+ platform… The American Sports Conference and ESPN kicked off a new 12-year TV rights agreement starting in 2020-21… ESPN+ app subscriptions are $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year and can be topped up with Hulu and Disney+ streaming services.


In addition, all domestic matches this season will be broadcast live on USF Bulls Unlimited, with Derek Sharp on the call. Bulls Unlimited is available via the free Tune In app (search for “Bulls Unlimited”) and delivers stutter-free quality whether you’re listening on your streaming device, laptop, or desktop.


Fans can purchase tickets by calling 1-800-GoBulls or on Ticketmaster.


All home matches this season will be broadcast live on USF Bulls Unlimited, with Derek Sharp on the call. Bulls Unlimited is available via the free Tune In app (search for “Bulls Unlimited”) and delivers stutter-free quality whether you’re listening on your streaming device, laptop, or desktop.


In addition to Bulls Unlimited, all regular season games in South Florida will be broadcast live on the ESPN+ platform. Subscriptions to the ESPN+ app are $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year and can be packaged with Hulu and Disney+ streaming services. Here is a step-by-step guide to subscribing to ESPN+.



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USF Men Soccer competed in the school’s first intercollegiate athletic competition on September 25, 1965, defeating Florida Southern 4-3. Since then, the oldest on-campus program has built a winning tradition, with 14 conference championships and 21 NCAA championship appearances, including 3 trips to the Elite Eight.



The program also has a solid reputation within the professional game and features 29 MLS draft picks. Notable alumni include two-time MLS Golden Boot winner Jeff Cunningham, 1994 USA World Cup star Roy Vigrel, and 2013 MLS Cup winner Dom Dwyer.



The Bulls have advanced beyond the season in 18 of the past 20 years, including 12 games in the NCAA Championship during that time.



The University of South Florida men’s soccer team was well represented on the AAC postseason All-Conference Team in 2021 with four players receiving honors. The highlight of the honoree for the Bulls team was this year’s American Athletic Conference goalkeeper, Kazuna Takasealong with the first team selection Siwon Suga. In addition, Takase was also selected in the 2nd team in all conferences along Salvatore MazaveroAnd the Josh Gomina He was named to the AAC All-Rookie Team.

 

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