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Photo Gallery: Darius Perry 17-18

Darius Perry will enter his second year at Louisville after playing in 36 games as a freshman. He shot 84% from the free throw line and ended the year averaging more assists than turnovers. Darius will be a very important piece of the rotation as a sophomore and will undoubtedly fight for a starting role.

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Photo Gallery: Arica Carter 17-18

Arica Carter was a steadying force for a run to the Final Four last season. In the 2017-18 season she started all 36 games, shot 40% from 3, and had a 2-to-1 assist to turnover ratio. Next season, her senior year, she will be relied on to take care of the ball and get the ball into the hands of her play makers.

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Photo Gallery: Ryan McMahon 17-18

McMahon sat out the beginning of the 17-18 season due to injury. He finished the season appearing in 29 games, shooting 84% from the free throw line, and 40% from 3. He will look to have an increased impact this year with the departure of Quentin Snider.

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Photo Gallery: Asia Durr 17-18

Asia enters her senior year as one of the best players in the country. Last year’s ACC player of the year will break into the 2,000 point club this season. In the 17-18 season she averaged almost 19 a game, while shooting 40% from 3 and 80 percent from the free throw line. She will again be an integral part of a team that is seeking their first national championship.

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Coach Walz Receives Revised Contract

All Hail, Vince Tyra.

In his first year – actually first few months – the Louisville Athletic Director has secured a five star head Basketball Coach in Chris Mack, revised the contracts of both Ken Lolla and Dan McDonnell. Now, Tyra has ensured Louisville’s Jeff Walz will remain with the Cardinals.

The University of Louisville’s Athletic Association personnel committee approved a contract extension for Louisville Basketball head Coach Jeff Walz.

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Photo Gallery: Sam Fuerhing 17-18

Sam Fuerhing was one of the most important players on this year’s Final Four team. She is the toughest player on the court and she is expected to have a big year in her senior season.

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UofL VS WKU To Tip Off In Nashville In 2019

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According to John Rothstein, Louisville and Western Kentucky will begin a four-year series at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Dec. 20, 2019.

As more details are released, Cardinal Sports Zone will have the information at your finger tips!

Cards Add Richmond Grad Transfer Khwan Fore

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On Saturday Afternoon, Coach Chris Mack and staff received word that Richmond grad transfer Khwan Fore will be wearing a Cardinal uniform this upcoming season.

Khwan originally committed to Tennessee in early May as a grad transfer, but has now decided to join the Cardinals instead. Fore is 6-0 guard from Huntsville, Alabama.

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Louisville To Host Michigan State In 2018 ACC/Big Ten Challenge

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According to John Rothstein Louisville will host Michigan State in this year’s 2018 ACC/Big Ten Challenge!

This has now become officially official as both the UofL Men’s Basketball Twitter Account and ACC Men’s Basketball Twitter Account are both confirming UofL is indeed hosting Michigan State this season for the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.

The game is scheduled for Tuesday 11/27 and has the potential to be a Top 25 matchup. A tip-off time and TV network have yet to be determined for the game according to UofL.

NCAA Reprimands Coach Jeff Walz

Today in laughable NCAA news: The NCAA has reprimanded Louisville head coach Jeff Walz.

According to the release, Coach Walz directed, “inappropriate and profane language,” toward committee members and NCAA staff seated at the scorers table during the loss to Mississippi State in the Final Four.

The NCAA has, “publicly reprimanded,” Coach Walz and issued a few laughable penalties. Coach Walz is suspended for the first NCAA post season game and his Final Four per diem allowance will be withheld.

 

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Photo Gallery: Dwayne Sutton 17-187

Dwayne Sutton had a solid year in his first season with the Cardinals. He broke into the starting lineup a few times and was the guy that did everything. His role will surely be increased next season with the departure of several players.

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Lance Thomas Transferring

 

Lance Thomas

We here at Cardinal Sports Zone wish Lance nothing but the best moving forward.

Press release from the University of Louisville athletic department:

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Forward Lance Thomas, who averaged 2.2 points and 1.3 rebounds in 12 games as a freshman at the University of Louisville last season, has been provided his release to transfer to another institution.

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Robbie Valentine Stopped In On Middays With Marques Maybin

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Robbie Valentine was on air with Marques Maybin and Steve Rummage for the Tuesday May 15th edition of Middays with Marques Maybin. They discussed everything from Robbie’s upcoming 33rd (!) annual basketball camps to the type of recruits coach Mack has been bringing in. They also discussed the incredible Donovan Mitchell and the impact he has had on the Louisville and Utah communities thus far. Take a listen below!

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Photo Gallery: VJ King 17-18

Below is a photographic recap of VJ King’s 2017-18 season. VJ started the majority of games for Louisville, but he will be relied upon more in the upcoming season due to the departure of Deng Adel and Quentin Snider.

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Photo Gallery: Anas Mahmoud 17-18

Anas Mahmoud finished his career at the University of Louisville with over 500 points, 400 rebounds and 200 blocks. Anas was one of the most interesting people on the team for the past four years and he leaves as one of the top shot blockers in the country. Here is a photographic recap of his final year at Louisville. Thank you Anas!

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2013 National Title Banner Gone From KFC Yum! Center Window

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Welp. This sucks.

Photo Gallery: Deng Adel 17-18

With Deng Adel keeping his name in the NBA draft, he will finish his Louisville career with just under 1000 points, 400 rebounds and 200 assists. Deng leaves as the leading scorer from this year’s team and a key contributor for 2 of his 3 years. Thank you Deng!

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Louisville Lands Pitt Transfer Yacine Diop

Yacine Diop will transfer from Pitt to Louisville for her final season of eligibility.

Diop was Pitt’s leading scorer and rebounder averaging 15.3 points and 6.7 rebounds.

Last season, Diop tied her career high of 26 points against Louisville.

The forward will be immediately eligible.

UofL Men’s Basketball Names Kahil Fennell New Director Of Operations

Kahil Fennell

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Kahil Fennell is coming to the University of Louisville after spending one year as an assistant coach at Portland State. He played three years at Redlands University where he graduated with a degree in history and earned all-academic honors.

We here at Cardinal Sports Zone would like to give a warm welcome to Kahil and his family. Welcome to Louisville!

Photo Gallery: Myisha Hines-Allen 17-18

Myisha Hines-Allen has completed her basketball career at the University of Louisville. She finishes with over 1,900 points, 43 double-doubles and 124 career starts. She was selected 19th overall in this year’s WNBA draft by the Washington Mystics. Thank you Myisha!

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