By TOM ZEBOLD
USF Senior Writer
Two Bulls took their games to the next level on the baseball field this summer.
Teaf, a sophomore, batted .354 for the Leesburg Lightning with 11 steals and 25 runs batted in. The Tallahassee native posted a .251 average with six doubles and 16 RBIs this past season for a USF squad that reached the Big East Championship final.
Ramsay stayed hot at the plate this summer after finishing as the Bulls' top hitter in 2012. The junior batted .381 with three homers and 41 RBIs in 62 games for the Duluth Huskies after leading USF with a .328 average.