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USF Beats No. 24 Gonzaga 66-65

In three straight road losses to San Francisco, Gonzaga’s biggest stumbling block hasn’t been the opponent so much as it’s been the Bulldogs’ inability to close out a game.


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USF Men Fall To BYU In 85-84 Loss

Matt Carlino scored a career-high 30 points, including a game-winning basket with 21 seconds remaining, as Brigham Young beat San Francisco 85-84 Thursday night for its sixth victory in seven games.


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USF Women Stun No. 23 BYU On The Road

Jamie Katuna scored 21 points and Rheina Ale added 17 points and six rebounds as San Francisco upset No. 23 BYU
71-64 on Thursday night.



Closer Look: Parental Notification Likely Headed Back To California Ballot

For the fourth time in seven years, California Voters will most likely have the opportunity to vote on whether or not a girl’s parents should be notified if their young daughter is going to have an abortion.


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USF Defeats Slumping Santa Clara

Angelo Caloiaro scored 20 points and Perris Blackwell added 19 to lead San Francisco past Santa Clara 90-77 Thursday night.


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USF Squeaks Past Portland, 72-71

Cody Doolin scored 15 points, including two free throws with 17 seconds left, as San Francisco squeaked past Portland 72-71 on Saturday.


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Gonzaga Rolls To Win Over USF

Guy Landry Edi came off the bench to score 15 points and spark Gonzaga to a 74-63 win over San Francisco on Thursday night.


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Driver On Life Support After Rear-Ending Car Near USF

A man died after his car rear-ended another vehicle near the University of San Francisco early Thursday morning, a police spokesman said.


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University Of San Francisco Buys Historic Folger Building

USF purchased the historic property at 101 Howard Street for almost $37 million so that it could move some of its business and technology programs into the city’s financial district.



Bay Area Residents Open To Moderate Pension Reform

Despite labor outcries over public pension reform, a new University of San Francisco survey finds public approval for moderate changes, with the majority of people apparently okay with raising the age for benefits to kick in.