University of South Florida To Make Change In Leadership Of Baseball Program. AD Kelly Starts a National Search For A Coach To Replace Billy Mohl


University of South Florida Vice President for Athletics Michael Kelly today announced his decision to make a change in the leadership of the Bulls baseball program, ending the seven-year USF head coaching tenure of Billy Mohl effective immediately.

“I would like to thank coach Mohl for his dedication and commitment to leading our baseball program,” Kelly said. “I have great respect for Billy, and he and his family have been tremendous members of our Bulls family for 10 years. We wish them all the best as they continue their journey.”

Kelly will commence a national search for a new leader of the baseball program immediately.

About USF Athletics
USF Athletics currently sponsors 21 varsity men’s and women’s teams that compete in 13 different sports, 20 at the NCAA Division I level in the American Athletic Conference, including the recent additions of women’s lacrosse and women’s beach volleyball. The Bulls’ athletic program began in 1965 and is in its 58th season in 2023-24. More than 450 student-athletes train and compete in the athletic district located on the east end of the campus in Tampa, Fla. USF garnered two national championships in 2022-23 as Romaine Beckford won NCAA indoor and outdoor high jump titles. The Bulls have claimed 31 American Athletic Conference team titles since joining the conference in 2013, including three in 2023-24, and own 145 conference titles in 16 sports in department history, led by 20 each for men’s tennis and men’s soccer. USF has claimed 79 men’s conference championships and 66 women’s titles, led by 14 in women’s tennis and 12 in volleyball. The Bulls have posted a combined annual grade-point average for a program record of 18 straight as of fall 2023. USF has had over 600 student-athletes earn their degree since 2016-17.

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