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Cardinal Week In Review 4-14

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This is the Cardinal week in review 4/14/14:

First off, this is the first week without 55 in several months but we had a ton of news. We did see our first edition of 4YourInfo by Daryl though. From TrezL to the road sweep of then #7 Houston, here is the week in review.

 

Men’s Basketball:

MontrezL HarreLL has decided to come back for his Junior year. That makes us happy. Wayne Blackshear wiLL NOT leave and both wiLL be captains for next season. I beLieve once Chris announces his intentions that he wiLL aLso be named captain. Here’s every dunk from trezL this year…P.S. I know aLL the L’s don’t need to be capitaLized but who’s gonna stop meL?

#HeNOtGone

Read what Steve had to say here

Women’s Basketball

Tonight at 8pm on ESPN2, then from 9-10:30 on ESPNU the 2014 WNBA Draft will be held. Shoni Schimmel was one of only 12 people to be invited to the draft meaning she should be a first rounder. All Seniors from this class are eligible for the draft.

LadyBirds get their 12th National Championship!

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Spring Game: 56-13 RED

Read what Justin had to say about the spring game here

Women’s Golf

Louisville Women's Golf Cardinal Cup | Day 1

The University of Louisville women’s golf team shot a 295 in the final round to finish tied for sixth at the Web.com Intercollegiate in Jacksonville, Fla. The Cardinals finished with a final score of 884, which put them in a tie with Minnesota and Missouri. Emily Haas led the Cardinals and shot a 69 in the final round to finish tied for sixth place. Haas finished with a final score of 215 and shot -1 for the tournament. The Women are currently ranked 36th. New rankings out Wednesday.

 

Baseball: 27-8 Overall (7-2) Conf

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The Baseball Cardinals went 4-0 this week. An extra inning affair at Purdue 3-1 (10), and then a 3 game sweep at then #7 Houston helped the Cards jump up a few spots in the rankings this week. The Cards won 4-2, 3-2, 10-3 @ Houston. Next up is tomorrow night’s clash with #22 kentucky then a trip to sunny Florida to face UCF in a 3 game series.

 

RANK SCHOOL RECORD POINTS PREVIOUS
1 Virginia (28) 30-6 771 2
2 Louisiana-Lafayette (1) 34-4 711 3
3 Oregon State (1) 27-7 662 5
4 Cal Poly (1) 30-5 657 6
5 Florida State 27-8 625 1
6 South Carolina 28-7 582 4
7 LSU 27-9 572 8
8 Texas 29-8 559 9
9 Louisville 27-8 518 11
10 Mississippi 29-9 462 13
11 Oregon 27-10 458 12
12 Vanderbilt 27-10 449 7
13 Washington 24-7-1 329 17
14 Rice 26-12 299 20
15 Houston 26-9 280 10
16 Oklahoma State 26-10 268 19
17 Miami (Fla.) 25-12 232 24
18 Florida 23-13 227 25
19 Alabama 24-11 225 16
20 Clemson 21-14 215 14
21 UC Santa Barbara 22-8 145 NR
22 Kentucky 23-13 118 15
23 Cal State Fullerton 18-13 106 18
24 Texas Tech 28-11 102 NR
25 Pepperdine 27-8 82 NR

Dropped Out: No. 21 Mississippi State, No. 22 UCLA, No. 23 Tennessee.

Others Receiving Votes: Mississippi State 74; San Diego 55; Indiana 50; Tennessee 46; UNLV 40; Liberty 28; UCLA 25; GeorgiaTech 18; New Mexico 17; Indiana State 12; Dallas Baptist 11; FIU 7; Arizona State 6; Mercer 6; North Carolina 5; Georgia 3; Seton Hall 3; UC Irvine 3; Texas A&M 3; VCU 2; NC State 2; Lipscomb 1; Oklahoma 1; UAB 1; Arizona 1; College of Charleston 1.

 

Softball: 27-15 (8-4)

Louisville Softball

The Softball team is starting to put it all together as they also went 4-0 this week in dispatching Evansville 4-3 (8) then taking down UCONN 6-0, 9-1 (5), 9-1 (5) as their bats were on fire at ULMER this week. They have struggled at times this season but have now won 7 in a row leading to a 27-15 record (8-4 AAC) with 11 games remaining. Home games vs Temple on 4/26 (DH) and 4/27 then the big one vs  #11 uk on 4/30 is all that’s remaining. The girls of boom head to UCF this weekend. Here’s hoping a 3-0 week this week! Go Cards!

RANK SCHOOL POINTS PREVIOUS
1 Oregon (18) 497 3
2 Alabama (1) 471 4
3 UCLA 452 1
4 Michigan 428 5
5 Tennessee 418 2
6 Arizona State 407 6
7 Florida State (1) 396 8
8 Florida 358 7
9 Arizona 334 10
10 Washington 314 9
11 Kentucky 279 12
12 Baylor 276 13
13 Oklahoma 247 15
14 Minnesota 224 14
15 Tulsa 198 16
16 South Alabama 197 11
17 Georgia 191 17
18 Missouri 170 18
19 Nebraska 133 20
20 Louisiana-Lafayette 123 22
21 Auburn 121 19
22 Texas A&M 86 21
23 Notre Dame 47 23
24 South Carolina-Upstate 34 RV
25 Northwestern 24 RV

Others Receiving Votes: LSU (16), Stanford (13), NC State (12), Houston (10), Texas State (5), San Diego State (4), California (4), South Florida (3), Stetson (2), Lipscomb (2), Louisville (2), James Madison (2)

 

Men’s Tennis: 20-5

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The Cards go undefeated this week (feel like a broken record) with a 5-0 record. The Cards did not lose one set! 7-0 wins over EKU, Youngstown State and Wright State and a 4-0 decision over Austin Peay concludes their regular season. They head to Memphis Thursday for the AAC Championships.

 

Women’s Lacrosse: 10-3 (4-0)

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These Cards went 2-0 this week (slackers) as the defeated Temple 15-6 and Villanova 16-9, both games on the road. They have UCONN on Thursday at 4pm and Rutgers at 1pm Saturday at home. They are on a 6 game winning streak themselves and finish the season with 3 straight at home before heading to Washington DC May 1st for the Big East Tourney if they finish in the top four in their conference. Right now they are sitting in 1st place.

2014 BIG EAST WOMEN’S LACROSSE STANDINGS
Conference Overall
School W-L Pct. W-L Pct.
Louisville 4-0 1.000 10-3 .769
Georgetown 3-1 .750 6-7 .462
Connecticut 3-1 .750 8-5 .615
Temple 2-2 .500 5-8 .385
Villanova 2-2 .500 7-6 .538
Rutgers 1-3 .250 7-7 .500
Marquette 1-3 .250 5-8 .385
Cincinnati 0-4 .000 6-8 .429

They also moved up in the latest polls released today!

RANK SCHOOL RECORD VOTES
1 Syracuse 13-1 389 (180)
2 Maryland 15-1 386 (220)
3 North Carolina 12-2 365
4 Florida 14-2 339
5 Northwestern 9-4 299
6 Boston College 11-4 283
7 Johns Hopkins 11-2 250
8 Duke 8-6 220
9 Notre Dame 9-5 216
10 Penn 7-3 193
11 Massachusetts 13-1 188
12 Penn State 8-6 174
13 Stanford 10-2 170
14 Loyola Maryland 11-4 151
15 Virginia 8-7 144
16 Ohio State 11-4 134
17 Stony Brook 12-2 116
18 Louisville 10-3 59
19 Albany 10-2 48
20 Denver 13-1 40

 

Women’s Tennis: 12-4 (2-1)

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The Women’s tennis team ended their regular season on a winning note as they went 1-0 this week. After defeating Marshall 4-2 on Senior day these Cards are gearing up for the AAC Championships in Tampa starting Thursday.

 

Track & Field

Track

Heres the Men’s and Women’s results from the Border Battle Saturday

Men’s Hammer Throw
2. Sam Bombaugh – 61.16m/200-8
3. Nils Westrich – 60.56m/198-8
4. Brad Vivace – 60.10m/197-2
9. Darrius Lopez – 54.29m/178-1
10. Trevor Troutman – 49.14m/161-3

Women’s Hammer Throw
1. Patrice Gates – 56.86m/186-6
2. Rachel Serafin – 54.29m/178-1
3. Caitlin Gilmore – 54.20m/177-10
6. Hannah Baker – 51.60m/169-3

Women’s Shot Put
4. Liberty Slinden – 15.30m/50-2.50
5. Emmonnie Henderson – 14.69m/48-2.50
6. Rachel Serafin – 14.50m/47-7

Men’s Shot Put
2. Brad Vivace – 17.19m/56-4.75
3. Steve Wade – 16.44m/53-11.25

Women’s 100m Hurdles Preliminaries
5. Brianne Brown – 14.07
6. Alexis Murry – 14.36
7. Gwen Shaw – 14.13

Men’s 110m Hurdles Preliminaries
2. Calvin Arsenault – 13.98 (wind: 2.7)

Women’s 5,000m
6. Maria Frigo – 17:46.26
12. Megan Klein – 18:53.60
13. Leah Kiyohara – 19:08.51

Men’s High Jump
t-1. Michael Thompson – 2.06m/6-9

Women’s High Jump
2. Maggie Gilbertson – 1.68m/5-6
4. Kelsie Courtney – 1.63m/5-4.25

Men’s Pole Vault
t-4. Kevin Jackson – 4.61m/15-1.50

Women’s Pole Vault
4. Chanel Krause – 3.92m/12-10.25
6. Chelsea Bingham – 3.77m/12-4.50

Men’s Long Jump
3. Jeron Brown – 7.22m/23-8.25 (wind: 1.9)

Women’s Long Jump
1. Brittany Owens – 6.29m/20-7.75 (wind: 2.5)
4. Bre’Yana Wash – 5.83m/19-1.50 (wind: 2.1)
5. Hannah Cox – 5.83m/19-1.50 (wind: 1.2)
6. Kim Cardeiro – 5.79m/19-0 (wind: 1.3)
10. Brianne Brown – 5.39m/17-8.25 (wind: 1.6)

Women’s Triple Jump
8. Allison Grewe – 10.89m/35-8.75 (wind: 1.2)

Men’s 5,000m
3. Ernest Kibet – 14:53.74
7. Jonathan Reynolds – 15:41.01
Tyler Byrne – DNF

Men’s Discus
2. Steve Wade – 54.22m/177-11
4. Codie Hamsley – 52.13m/171-0
6. Andrew Nelson – 49.64m/162-10
8. Trevor Troutman – 47.66m/156-4

Women’s Discus
1. Emmonnie Henderson – 50.21m/164-9
2. Hannah Baker – 47.51m/155-10
4. Dolly Nyemah – 46.97m/154-1
9. Rachel Serafin – 41.18m/135-1

Women’s Javelin
1. Jenna Wargo – 45.11m/148-0
2. Katie Wimpari – 41.85m/137-4
4. Rachel Dixon – 35.37m/116-0
5. Dolly Nyemah – 33.09m/108-7

Women’s 4x100m Relay
Louisville ‘A’ (T. Bradley, B. Wash, A. Murry, K. Tyson) – DQ

Men’s 4x100m Relay
2. Louisville ‘A’ (J. Parrish, M. Thompson, A. Keys, J. Brown) – 41.37

Women’s 1,500m
3. Benadate Cheruiyot – 4:34.87

Men’s 1,500m
8. Edwin Kibichiy – 3:53.14
13. Ryan Eaton – 4:03.21
16. Andrew Stewart – 4:06.50
17. Nick Reader – 4:14.10

Men’s 110m Hurdles Final
1. Calvin Arsenault – 13.65 (wind: 4.1)

Women’s 100m Hurdles
4. Brianne Brown – 13.93 (wind: 3.0)
6. Gwen Shaw – 14.14 (wind: 3.0)
7. Alexis Murry – 14.24 (wind: 3.0)

Women’s 400m
5. Taylor Bradley – 56.01
8. Randi Norris – 57.95
9. La’Bianca Frazier – 58.23

Men’s 400m
8. Jeron Brown – 49.30
9. Antoine Keys – 49.54

Women’s 100m
8. Nitaya Walker – 12.45 (wind: 3.1)

Men’s 100m
4. Jermaine Parrish – 10.63 (wind: 2.4)

Women’s 800m
Benadate Cheruiyot – DQ

Men’s 800m
15. Ryan Eaton – 2:03.01

Women’s 400m Hurdles
3. Gwen Shaw – 1:03.39
4. Zahara Gully – 1:05.21
5. Alexis Murry – 1:05.61

Men’s 400m Hurdles
3. Calvin Arsenault – 53.93

Women’s 200m
6. Kayla Tyson – 25.16 (wind: 3.2)

Women’s 3,000m Steeplechase
4. Rachel Pease – 11:25.56
Claire Noser – DNF

Men’s 3,000m Steeplechase
5. Stacey Eden – 10:18.82

Women’s 4x400m Relay
4. Louisville ‘A’ (A. Murry, G. Shaw, T. Bradley, R. Norris) – 3:51.52

Men’s 4x400m Relay
Louisville ‘A’ (A. Keys, C. Arsenault, J. Brown) – DNF

Women’s Rowing

Rowing Red and Black Regatta

Due to expected inclement weather later in the day, the event schedule was altered with the afternoon slate cancelled. During the morning session, the Cardinals earned four runner-up finishes behind No. 2 Ohio State and a pair of third-place finishes from its six crews at the event.

RANK TEAM VOTES PREVIOUS
1 California (18) 469 1
2 Ohio State (3) 431 2
3 Virginia (2) 429 3
4 Southern California 413 4
5 Washington 390 6
6 Brown 375 5
7 Stanford 354 11
8 Princeton 347 7
9 Notre Dame 276 8
10 Michigan 258 T9
11 Yale 246 T9
12 Washington State 233 14
13 UCLA 177 12
14 Harvard-Radcliffe 172 13
15 Wisconsin 111 16
16 Syracuse 99 18
17 Clemson 97 15
18 Cornell 95 19
19 Louisville 87 17
20 San Diego 75 NR

The ladies head to the Clemson Invitational this weekend…

From 4-7-14 thru 4-14-14 the entire Athletics program went undefeated this week!

Go Cards!

*some info taken from press releases, most from CSZ and my brain

**none taken from other peoples thoughts, NONE

***Yep…this part is staying

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