LOUISVILLE, Ky. - The No. 17 Louisville men’s soccer team will open the 2013 NCAA Championship with a first round matchup against the University of Denver on Tonight at 7 p.m., ET at Cardinal Park. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students/youth and can be purchased through the U of L Ticket Office at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. Tickets are also available by calling (502) 852-5151 or online here. Live video of the Cardinals and Pioneers will be available free of charge at GoCards.com and NCAA.com, while live scoring will be provided through the Gametracker feature on the Louisville men’s soccer schedule page at GoCards.com.
The Cardinals enter the 2013 NCAA Championship at 11-4-3 overall after winning the American Athletic Conference regular season championship. In its last outing, Louisville was eliminated in the quarterfinal round of the American Conference Championship on Nov. 9 with a 1-0 loss to Rutgers. Denver enters the NCAA Championship at 13-3-3 overall after sweeping the Summit League regular season and tournament titles to earn an automatic bid. The winner of the Louisville-Denver game will advance to a second round matchup against No. 11 seed Michigan State on Sunday at 1 p.m., ET in East Lansing, Mich.
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The Women’s Soccer team beat UTSA 1-0 yesterday for their third straight win. The victory takes the Cards to 4-2-1 overall this season. The Cards played a scoreless first 80 minutes until Christine Exeter stole the ball and ran the length of the field and scored. The Cards will go to #21 Marquette Saturday at 7:00 in their next match.
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Tonight at Cardinal Park The #16 ranked Men’s Soccer team will play in the second part of a UofL Men’s/Women’s doubleheader. The Women’s team play Morehead State at 5 p.m. The Men will take on UC Irvine 45 minutes after the completion of the Women’s match at approximately 7:30 p.m. The Men’s team will also play CSU Bakersfield at 5 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets are just 5 dollars for Adults,3 dollars for kids and Students that show their Student I.D. and Children under two are free. Come out to Cardinal Park and enjoy the fun! Click on the link for full press release.
On Sunday night, the UofL Men’s Soccer team (13-5-2, 7-1) hosted an NCAA 2nd round tournament game at Cardinal Park. As the 10th overall seed in the tournament, the Cards beat Winthrop (12-8-2, 5-4-1) easily by a score of 5-0 to advance to the Sweet 16.
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The UofL men’s soccer team improved to 7-4-0 and 3-1-0 in Big East play when they beat Syracuse on the road 2-1 on Saturday. Greg Cochrane scored for the Cards in the 28th minute on a pass from Dylan Mares. With the score tied 1-1, Zach Foxhoven scored what would be the game-winning goal as the Cards went up 2-1 and didn’t look back. This was a big win on the road, as Syracuse had a record crowd at SU Stadium.
The Cards host a big game this Wednesday as the 14th ranked Indiana Hoosiers come to town. The game is at 7:00 pm and will be at Cardinal Park. Let’s support the Cards and get out there for this big game!
Also, check out the full UofL men’s soccer schedule here!
The Louisville Cardinals men and women’s soccer teams, volleyball team, and field hockey team were all in action this yesterday both in away and home games. The men’s soccer team, in a game that was televised live on WHAS-11, took on arch-rival Kentucky at Cardinal Park. After a 90 minute, well fought game, the Cards fell to the Cats 1-0. In the first half the Cards took three shots, each missed. The Cards come out in the second half strong, but couldn’t land a goal to tie the game. Despite the loss and the cool weather, Fans were cheering loud for the Cards at tonight’s Red Out game.The Cards take on Ohio State next on Sept. 18th, 7pm, at Cardinal Park.
It is that time of year where nearly every weekend will be full of UofL sports! What could be better? We know everyone is excited for Football to start next Sunday, but until then, come out and support your other Cards teams this weekend! Here is Friday’s schedule: