Cardinal Catch-Up


Cardinal Catch-Up 1/17/14

My e-mail on my phone hadn’t been working right for a few days so today I went to find out why. I got to T-Mobile and just as I walked in to show them what was going on it started working right again. I know, typical. I looked in and seen there was some info in there that I wanted to share with you guys. Don’t worry, none was spam. So after talking it over with my teammates, Cardinal Catch-Up was born. I will also include this weeks CSZ Tweet of The Week (#CSZTOTW) winner. Enjoy.

@henney1976: UK fans taking shots at Petrino? I swear I hope he takes a timeout on y’all a****

lol nice

Be sure to send in your tweets of the week to us by RT and adding the Hashtag #CSZTOTW

Here’s the latest news:


-The University of Louisville has purchased the Cardinal Club, an 18-hole championship golf course and 212-acre complex in Simpsonville, Ky. which serves as home to the U of L men’s and women’s golf teams.  The facility will be rebranded as the University of Louisville Golf Club, with an online presence at


 -Louisville midfielder Charlyn Corral was selected to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Scholar All-America Team the NSCAA announced on Wednesday. Corral was both named to the 13-member Scholar All-America Second Team. To be eligible for the Scholar All-America Team, a student-athlete must be a junior or senior and have at least a 3.30 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) throughout her career.


-While the University of Louisville men’s basketball team has performed well on the court, the Cardinals have excelled in the classroom as well. The team produced a record 3.47 combined GPA for the 2013 fall semester, the highest ever for the Cardinals and the highest among UofL’s nine men’s sports programs. A total of 14 of 15 men’s basketball student-athletes earned a 3.0 or better, with 10 above a 3.4 GPA. The men’s basketball team has been around a collective 3.0 GPA for 11-straight semesters.

Louisville Men's Soccer v LW

-University of Louisville men’s soccer associate head coach Mario Sanchez will serve as an assistant coach with the U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team at the upcoming Aegean Cup in Manisa, Turkey. Sanchez, who completed his fourth season with the Cardinals last fall, will work alongside U.S. U-17 MNT head coach Richie Williams during the event, which is set for Jan. 20-25.


-University of Louisville midfielder Andrew Brody earned his second national post-season honor earlier this week when he was named to the Soccer America All-Freshman Second Team on Wednesday.


-The Louisville men’s soccer program continued its impressive run at the Major League Soccer SuperDraft on Thursday as Marlon Hairston and Jimmy Ockford were each among the first 21 selections during the 2014 edition at the Philadelphia Convention Center. Hairston, a midfielder from Jackson, Miss., was the 12th pick overall in the first round of the draft by the Colorado Rapids, while Ockford, a defender from Yardley, Pa., was chosen 21st overall and was the second pick in the second round by the Seattle Sounders FC. It marked the fourth straight year two or more Cardinals have been selected in the first two rounds of the MLS SuperDraft.

Go Cards!

Here’s a little something extra for those of you still at work this Friday….

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