Josh Smith was drafted by the New England Revolution. (Courtesy Chris Leung/USF Athletics)

Josh Smith was drafted by the New England Revolution. (Courtesy Chris Leung/USF Athletics)

USF soccer player drafted to MLS for third-straight year (LINKS)

Former University of San Francisco men’s soccer player Josh Smith was drafted in the fourth round of the 2017 MLS SuperDraft by the New England Revolution.

Smith excelled on the Hilltop, where he earned All-West Coast Conference honors for four-straight years.

The defender is the third Don drafted in as many years and the only player from the WCC selected this year.


After losing to Saint Mary’s and beating Pacific last week, the USF women’s basketball team heads out on the road this weekend

Baseball head coach signs a five-year contract extension

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