This week on 55……….
We talk commitments……HUGE commitments. How the Cards are doing under Bobby P. Red-White scrimmage tickets go on sale. Hot dogs, Nelson, Intrastate rivals and more. Is there one more big commitment in the CARDS for UofL this week? I say L yeah! So strap in, here are the 55 most ridiculous things I have heard, had to debate, or just thought about this past week. This …..is……55.
1) ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC………..I’m really not sure if I said it enough times but ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC. My bad, I know that was the same #1 as it was last week but so much more respect nationally just due to the conference switch. Much more fun league to be a part of as well. Got the following tweet right after the game….
3) Last year we would have “slipped by” or “escaped” This year we shut down a top ACC team. So proud of this team…..
4) Read my experience from my first ACC game here
Today the Cardinals released their schedule for the upcoming season. The Cardinals will enter their first season in the ACC with a pretty good schedule and a home schedule that will boast 9 nationally ranked teams. One of the highlights of the upcoming season will take place in Minneapolis, Minnesota as the Cards will partner with ND to take on Minnesota & Wisconsin in the ACC/B1G Challenge August 29-30. It will not however be a falls count anywhere match. Also we found out that the Lady Cards will be sporting new Uniforms this season:
Real smooth looking and different then what we are used to. It looks to be another banner year for the Cards as look for their 25th NCAA appearance. We will rekindle rivalries with old conference foes such as Syracuse, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Virginia Tech & Florida State. We will continue the fierce rivalries with former conference foe Cincinnati (that felt weird to say) and Kentucky. Below is the schedule for the upcoming season.
Janelle Jenkins had 10 kills and two blocks to lead the University of Louisville volleyball team to a 25-21, 25-17, 25-20 sweep of Middle Tennessee Tuesday night in Murfreesboro. Maya McClendon hit 11 kills and senior Brooke Mattingly hit .562 with nine kills on 15 swings, adding three blocks. The Cards, 12-7, hit .309 with five blocks and four aces. The Cards travel to Rutgers for a 7 p.m. match before heading to UConn for a 1 p.m. ESPNU-televised match in Storrs, Conn. as AAC action continues.
Here is what happened the weekend of Friday October 18th through Sunday October 20th around CardNation:
On Friday, October 18th:
*Senior outside hitter Emily Juhl had 13 kills and an ace to lead the University of Louisville Volleyball team to a 25-13, 25-22, 25-15 win over rival Cincinnati to stay unbeaten in the American Athletic Conference Friday night in Cincinnati. Maya McClendon’s had 14 digs and Janelle Jenkins added nine kills and senior Randi Ewing hit .556 with six kills and a block.
*Women’s Swimming and Diving started the SMU Classic on Friday and finished the day 5th overall
*Women’s Tennis competed in the ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championships on Friday, Julia Fellerhoff and Rebecca Shine advanced to the semi finals in doubles with Fellerhoff advancing to the quarterfinals in singles as the ITA Regionals Tennis Tournament continues in Memphis. Fellerhoff and Shine beat Memphis’ Marta Morga and Skylar Kuykendall 8-3 and will face off against Krisztina Kapitany and Mara Schmidt of Purdue on Monday as play continues.
*In Football Cards lose 38-35…enough said
@UofLVolleyball starts of their inaugural season in the AAC this weekend with games with Memphis and Temple on tap Friday and Sunday at the KFC Yum! Center. The Memphis Tigers are one of the Volleyball teams oldest rivals. It is sure to be a phenomenal environment this weekend. CardNation come show your support!
TV: Fans who cannot attend the Memphis match can watch it on WHAS Digital 11.2, Comcast 202 and on Time Warner 432.
(Click Below for more information on the team from Associate S.I.D. Nancy Worley)
Here is a wrap-up of all things Cardinal for this past weekend, Enjoy as we were really busy this weekend across the board:
Field Hockey: @ULFieldHockey
On Friday the #19 Field Hockey team defeated #20 ODU in a thrilling 3-2 game in OT. Erin Schneidtmiller’s goal just 45 seconds into OT gave them the victory. After being down 1-0 on Sunday, The Cards come back to take that contest 2-1