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Georgina Corrick became the first USF freshman to pitch a no-hitter since 1996 (second overall) in the Bulls’ 8-0 victory over North Florida on March 18.
FIRST NO-NO SINCE 2015: Corrick threw USF’s first no-hitter since Erica Nunn accomplished the feat in 2015 while striking out five batters with two walks in five innings.
RED-HOT BULLS: Corrick’s outing helped USF extend its winning streak to 15 games. The Bulls have posted nine shutouts this season.
QUOTABLE: “I’m so excited. Honestly, I go into every game and my attitude is, ‘I’m going to throw a no-hitter,’ but to actually follow through with it is so big for me. I love it.” – Georgina Corrick on her first collegiate no-hitter.
UP NEXT: USF (22-12) will chase after its 16th straight win Wednesday in Gainesville against No. 2 Florida. First pitch is set for 6:05 p.m.