After winning the first game of a three-game series 8-4 on Friday, USF beat Georgetown 4-2 on Saturday in the second game to take the series and hold onto first place as they improved their conference record to 7-1 in the Big East.

The Bulls, who entered the series in a three-way tie for first atop the Big East standings with Rutgers and Louisville, got a solid pitching performance from junior Andrew Barbosa, who gave up two earned runs and struck out 11 in 6.2 innings to move to 4-1 on the season.

Junior Jon Koscso went 3-for-4 with two runs.

USF (15-16, 7-1) will go for the sweep tomorrow at 1 p.m.