Well, we made it through another calendar year – and what a year it’s been.
Lets’s look back at some of the Nunnsense posts over the year and I’ll point out where I was right, and where I was wrong. We can also look at some of the most viewed posts as well as my top 10 favorite pictures of the year.
We started off the year with interviewing 3 of the 2017 men’s basketball class…
- Nunnsense: Q&A With Louisville Basketball Signing Class of 2017, Part 1 – Lance Thomas
- Nunnsense: Q&A With Louisville Basketball Signing Class of 2017, Part 2 – Darius Perry
- Nunnsense: Q&A With Louisville Basketball Signing Class of 2017, Part 3 – Jordan Nwora
I’m not the biggest baseball fan in the world. I tend to stay more focused on football but as a Louisville Cardinal, I follow almost every sport. While I am not the baseball guy on this site, I know the line-up, rotation and some facts. I try to listen or watch most of the games but I only attend a game or two every year.
To be honest, I had never been to a Louisville baseball game until about 2002, even though I attended Louisville in the early ’90’s. I don’t consider myself a fair weather fan but it’s human nature that winning drives increased interest and attendance. Everyone wants to be part of something special. Read the rest of this entry
NCAA BASEBALL LOUISVILLE SUPER REGIONAL SCHEDULE:
KENTUCKY AT LOUISVILLE
Game 1: Friday, June 9 – Noon (ESPN2)
Game 2: Saturday, June 10 – Noon (ESPN)
Game 3: Sunday, June 11 – Noon (ESPN or ESPN2) ** if necessary**
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Tickets for the University of Louisville’s 2017 NCAA Super Regional at Jim Patterson Stadium against Kentucky are officially sold out.
If you already purchased tickets, Jim Patterson Stadium ticket windows will open at 10:30 a.m., on Friday. Will Call will be located near the main gates of the stadium. Player Pass List entrance will be located at the third base gate.
In one of the most anticipated days in Louisville baseball history after the Ali funeral service on Friday, Louisville could not be blessed. Untimely hits allowed and multiple runners left on base doomed the Cardinals (50-13), resulting in a 4-2 win for UC-Santa Barbara.
The loss for Louisville is only the Cardinals’ second at home all-season, after going 36-1 prior to today’s loss. The other loss was 6-3 against Virginia on March 25th, with third-round pick Connor Jones pitching for the Cavaliers.
Information about parking, single game tickets, and will call for this weekend’s baseball action at Jim Patterson Stadium. From UofL:
Parking / Shuttle
Ample free parking will be available throughout the Louisville Regional at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium (PJCS), home of the UofL football team. Fans should park in the Bronze Lot, entering at lot D off Floyd Street on the south end of the stadium.
Located just a short walk from Jim Patterson Stadium, fans can also utilize the free shuttle from PJCS with pick-up located near Gate 4. Drop-off at the ballpark will be outside the main gates of Jim Patterson Stadium.
The Louisville Cardinals baseball team is just 1 win away from reaching the College World Series for the second year in a row. In front of a record crowd of 5,351 at Jim Patterson Stadium, the Cards used a 3-run 8th inning to take control of game 5-3 and hand it over to Nick Burdi for the save. After striking out the first two batters of the 9th, the new Minnesota Twin gave up a single before getting a pop out to 3rd to end the game.
Louisville struck first in the 3rd inning on a Nick Solak single. The freshman wasn’t done just yet though. Kennesaw State scored 2 runs in the 4th to take a 2-1 lead. One of the runs came on a bang-bang play at 1st that was very close. The runner was called safe and a run scored on what would have been the 3rd out of the inning. The Owls would end up taking a 3-1 lead in the 5th.