With visibly shaking hands, University of South Florida medical student Chris DeClue opened his envelope.
The sound of rustling paper echoed through the speakers.
“USF. Diagnostic radiology,” he said as the crowd erupted into cheers.
Friday was National Match Day and 128 USF students, the school’s largest ever medical class to celebrate, gathered at Ulele, a restaurant near downtown Tampa, to find out where they're going to do their post-graduate medical training.