Just one minute into the game senior guard Shantia Grace nailed her first three-pointer and cracked a smile, as she jogged back to the other end of the court.

She had a lot to smile about on Sunday.  

Grace hit eight three-pointers — breaking a school single-game record —to lead the Bulls to a 95-41 destruction of Coppin State on Sunday.

At the 16:17 mark, in the second half, she hit the record breaking three-pointer to put USF up 66-21. Grace then went on to break the all-time school record for most points scored in a game, finishing with 44.

Take things into perspective a bit, though, because the four opponents the Bulls have defeated have a combined record of 4-9.

They’ll face much stiffer competition next week when they face Texas Tech, Iowa, and currently ranked No. 7 University of California in the Virgin Islands.

OFF TO RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM! See you there!

 

-K.K.

 

 

 

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