Here is what happened the weekend of Friday October 25th through Sunday October 27th around CardNation:
Friday October 25th:
Women’s Volleyball: Emily Juhl had 21 kills, hitting .528 with two blocks to lead the University of Louisville to a 23-25, -25-10,25-17, 25-20 win over Rutgers in Volleyball action Friday night in Piscataway, N.J. Maya McClendon had her seventh double-double of the season with 12 kills and 13 digs. Hannah Kvitle had three aces and three kills at setter. U of L moves to 13-7 and 8-0 in The American.
Women’s Soccer: Junior Erin Yenney scored on a penalty kick to lift Louisville to a 5-4 win in overtime over Cincinnati at Gettler Stadium on Friday night to wrap up the regular season. Louisville improves to 12-4-1 on the year and 8-1-0 in league play. The Bearcats fall to 8-10-1 overall and 4-4-1 in league play. Shannon Dennehey added 2 goals.
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.
(Click link for official press release)
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.
By: Bradley Jones
Another weekend has passed and the University of Louisville football team is still undefeated. The Cardinals (6-0) traveled to Pittsburgh (2-4) this past weekend to take on the Panthers in their Big East conference opener. Prior to Saturday’s game, Louisville was 1-6 in their conference opening games since joining the Big East, this coupled with a 11 a.m. kickoff had some fans nervous as the Cardinals looked to improve to 6-0 for the first time since 2006. Read the rest of this entry