Women’s Golf: The University of Louisville women’s golf team finished in eighth place at The Ally Tournament in West Point, Mississippi. The Cardinals shot a 15-over-par 303 in the final round after shooting 18 over par in first day of the tournament.
Up Next: The fall season is over now and they will be off till January 16th.
Men’s Soccer (9-4-3): The University of Louisville men’s soccer team finished the regular season with a 2-2 tie against #3 Wake Forest. The Demon Deacons scored first and then Cardinals answered back with the next two goals to end the half. The Cardinal maintained the momentum till the eightieth minute when the Demon Deacons answered the Cardinals to tie the game. Wake Forest held an 18-4 advantage on shots, but redshirt freshman Alex Svetanoff had career best seven saves.
Up Next: The Cardinals travel to Pittsburgh to compete in the ACC Tournament. They will begin the tournament against Pittsburgh Wednesday.
Women’s Soccer (4 – 9 – 5): The women’s soccer team finished the 2023 season with an upset victory over #25 Duke. This is also the Cardinals first win in program history over Duke. Senior Emma Hiscock scored in 35th minute. The Cardinals kept the high scoring Duke offense in check only allowing allowing three shots on goal. This concludes the 2023 season for women’s soccer.
#4 Volleyball (20-2): The volleyball team returned home to have a pivotal matchup with Florida State. Both teams came into the match in contention of a three way tie for first place in the ACC. The Cardinals came out swinging and swept the Noles behind Senior Aiko Jones’ hitting .440 with 13 kills, four digs, and two blocks. The Cardinals then hosted Miami on Sunday and swept them as well. Aiko continued with hitting .556 with 10 kills, seven digs, three aces, and three blocks. The Cardinals held the Hurricanes to a .128 hitting percentage.
Up Next: The Cardinals next travel to Atlanta, Georgia, for a matchup with the No.11-ranked Georgia Tech on Friday night. First serve is set for 7 p.m.
#8 Field Hockey (13-5): The Cardinals traveled to Chestnut Hill to face #13 Boston College. The Cardinals fell behind early with a goal from Boston College. The Cardinals didn’t take long to respond back with a goal of their own. In the first extra frame, Louisville outshot BC 3-1 and held a 2-1 edge in corners, sending the game to a second overtime. Mia Duchars penalty shot in 2nd overtime gave the Cardinals the win.
Up Next: The Cardinals travel to Charlottesville, Virginia to compete in the ACC Tournament. They will be having rematch with this Boston College team again Tuesday at 6pm.