USF dropped the series opener against Tulane, ending a four-game winning streak with an 11-3 setback, after the pitching staff issued 13 walks and hit four batters, in contrast to Tulane's staff that only walked one batter.

By the Numbers Yes, But

The South Florida pitching staff struggled with control issuing 13 walks and hitting four batters.

State of Play
  • Tulane dominated with a strong offensive performance, particularly in the second inning.
  • Several USF players made notable contributions despite the loss.
  • The Bulls aim to bounce back in the upcoming game against Tulane.
What's Next

The Bulls will face Tulane again on Saturday, April 13 at 7:30 p.m. ET, looking to improve their performance after the series-opening defeat.

Bottom Line

USF's loss against Tulane highlighted pitching struggles, emphasizing the importance of control and consistency in upcoming games to secure victories.