USF Pep Band helps lead team to 1st-round at AAC tourney

ORLANDO, Fla.– There were several recognizable faces within the University of Southern Florida Bulls men’s basketball entourage last Thursday. Assistant coach and NBA all star Rod Strickland was there, as was DeMarcus Cousins’ brother, Jaleel, and former Kentucky assistant coach and Harlem Globetrotter Orlando Antiguam, now the Bulls’ head coach. But the University of Southern […]

Blue Jays’ John La Prise bounces back from injury

DUNEDIN, Fla. — John La Prise has never been to Toronto, but he is genuinely hyped to be playing for Canada’s beloved Blue Jays and their minor league affiliates. The second baseman was born exactly two months before the Jays beat his hometown Phillies to win the 1993 World Series. Now, 23 years later, he’s […]

Rays’ Meyer living life one double at a time

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. – Princeton Rays first baseman, Kewby Momoru Ikaika Meyer, lives life one double at a time. Meyer, born and raised on the island of Oahu, led the NCAA in career doubles last year at Nevada-Reno with 69. He has continued the trend in the minors, with 15 doubles in his first season […]