As a freshman Dana appeared in all 37 games and was named to the ACC All-Freshman team. She also led all ACC freshman with 3.7 assists per game. She will be an important spark off of the bench as the team chases a national championship.
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.
Entering this weekend’s NCAA Regional in Lubbock, Tx, one of the big stories for Louisville was if they could get the offense going to keep up with the teams in their pod (Kent State, Texas Tech, and New Mexico State).
Needless to say, Louisville came out hot and ready at the plate. The Cards (44-17) rolled to a 13-6 win over Kent State (39-17), keyed with ten runs in the first two innings. Logan Wyatt led the charge with two home runs for seven RBI; a grand slam in the first inning, and three more runs driven in on his homer to right-center field in the second inning. The seven RBIs by Wyatt matched an NCAA Championship school record, set previously by Chris Dominguez in 2007. It’s also Louisville’s 16th straight win in the regional round.
Last week, Louisville made a solid run in the ACC Baseball Tournament, making it to the ACC Finals against Florida State. Louisville (43-17) defeated Wake Forest, Duke and Pitt before falling short to the Seminoles 11-8 in ten innings. This was the first time that Louisville made it to the ACC semifinals and finals since joining the conference in 2014.
Up next, Louisville begins NCAA Tournament play in Lubbock, Tx on Friday. The Cards are paired with host Texas Tech, MAC champion Kent State and WAC champion New Mexico State this weekend (Friday-Monday), with Louisville looking to make their fourth College World Series appearance in six seasons. Read the rest of this entry
The University of Louisville baseball team will open the NCAA Tournament as the second seed in the Lubbock Regional, announced during today’s NCAA Selection Show. Read the rest of this entry
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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Louisville women’s basketball continued their march towards a championship with a third round victory over Stanford in Lexington on Friday night. Click Here for full recap.
Couldn’t make it to the game? We got you covered from both ends of the court. Here is another great photo gallery from Jeff Nunn & TJ Barr from Cardinal Sports Zone. Enjoy!
The Cards took care of business on Sunday afternoon. Myisha Hines-Allen, Asia Durr, and Sam Fuehring led the way as the Cards moved on to the Sweet 16. They will play Friday night in Lexington, time TBD.
Check out the full recap: Louisville Advances To Sweet Sixteen Behind Hines-Allen 24
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The number 4 overall seed UofL Cardinals will take on Akron tonight at 7 PM. You can still purchase tickets below and there are a TON of awesome ways to do so!
- FREE STUDENT TICKETS: All UofL students (with student ID) receive FREE general admission tickets to Friday’s NCAA quarterfinal match courtesy of Louisville Cardinals Athletics and the Cardinals men’s soccer program.
- FACULTY/STAFF TICKETS: All UofL faculty and staff will receive two (2) complimentary tickets to Friday’s match courtesy of the Cardinals men’s soccer program. Faculty/staff tickets must be redeemed prior to 4 p.m., ET on Friday, Dec. 1. Faculty/staff tickets must be redeemed (with university ID) at the Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium Ticket Office during normal operating hours.
- GROUP TICKETS: Groups of 10 or more can purchase $3 general admission/berm tickets
- LOUISVILLE CITY FC TICKET PROMOTION: Anyone arriving at Lynn Stadium for Friday’s match wearing Louisville City FC apparel can purchase $3 general admission/berm tickets
The winner of this match will go on to the College Cup! Get out and support this team!
What a way to cap off a fantastic weekend for UofL sports! Congratulations are in order for the men’s soccer team, as they defeated Colgate tonight in the Sweet 16 round this evening. They will take on Akron Friday, 7 PM at Lynn Stadium. Be sure to get out to Lynn and support this team!
Swish Appeal reported that the NCAA is considering a major change to the way D1 athletes can transfer. If this ruling happens, transfers would be able to play right away, as long as they meet a minimum GPA requirement. Stay tuned to CSZ while the story updates.
The University of Louisville Lacrosse team is going for their fifth straight NCAA appearance. Coach Kellie Young is thrilled to see what the incoming freshman can do to get them there. See the breakdown for each player below and be sure to catch the Lacrosse team in action this spring.
The Cardinal Cross Country team released its 2017 schedule today. Fans will have ample opportunity to watch meets in person, including the ACC and NCAA championship meets. See below for the entire schedule for the upcoming season!
The season is over and this the time when I am usually Mr. positive. This is the time when I would remind you that football practice has started and our team is led by the reigning Heisman trophy winner. This is the time I would also remind you that our baseball team is ranked #1 in the nation. This is also the time where I would point out that the swim and dive team just crowned another national champion for the sixth year in a row. I would also point out that the basketball team has some great recruits coming in and the team will probably be pre-season ranked in the top 3. Even though this is the time for me to be positive and lift you up, I just can’t do it. Not yet. I’m still hurting. I’m disappointed. I’m sad. I’m wounded. I need a hug. Read the rest of this entry
In the fall of 2015, when we heard about the release of a book entitled “Breaking Cardinal Rules: Basketball and the Escort Queen” we all immediately assumed the book was completely fiction and we turned our attention to finding the hidden agenda of the author (a name that shall never be mentioned again). Read the rest of this entry
Here is footage from the presser yesterday involving Corey Ray after the NCAA Baseball Tournament field was revealed. The video was taken by CSZ Baseball correspondent Justin Krueger. Enjoy!
As announced on the NCAA selection show last night on ESPNU, The Louisville Cardinals Softball team has earned an at large bid and will be playing in the Columbia Regional along with the overall 15 seed Missouri, BYU and Nebraska. The Cards first game will be played on Thursday, May 19th at 5:30. It will be broadcast on ESPN2. The ladies will face Nebraska in their opening game of the double elimination regional. Here is the regional schedule…..
Here’s where the Lady Cards landed in the AP Top 25 this week! They are also battling for position on the road to the ACC championships! Also jockeying for a high seed in the NCAA Tournament.
A good 25 minutes of a Rick Pitino press conference. He talks NC State, “morons” that call into sports talk radio shows, and has a lot of laughter. Good stuff.
Well, we’re obviously excited to be in the Sweet 16. We took a day off yesterday because a West Coast trip knocks a lot out of you. So today I’m sure we’ll have a little bit of a sluggish practice trying to get our feet back, but I think the adrenalin is going to be very high and we’re looking forward to playing another ACC basketball game, and we know how good NC State is because they beat us by 8-10 points at home. Not too many teams do that and they did it. We also realize they’ve won 8 out of 10, their frontcourt’s playing extremely well and their backcourt’s playing outstanding and they’ve beaten some pretty damn good teams on their court. We know it will be a hard-fought game, it’s not only an outstanding team we’re playing, but there’s a lot at stake.