After stellar performances against then No. 5 Ohio State and No. 10 Oregon, espnW has awarded Asia Durr with the honors of being the first Player of the Week for the 2017-18 season.
Durr is averaging 21.6 points through five games. Against Ohio State, Durr had the performance of a lifetime, dropping 47 points.
Read the full espnW article here: Louisville’s Asia Durr named espnW player of the week
Cardinal forever and current LA Ram, Jamon Brown is looking to give back to the Louisville community this holiday season.
(Louisville, KY) NFL star Jamon Brown and his foundation (J. Brown Foundation) are teaming up with WHAS11 TV and the Homeless Coalition For The “#502StepUp” for the Holidays Fundraiser.
Coach Jeff Walz and the Louisville women inked three top in-state players for the 2018 class.
Mykasa Robinson, a guard from Ashland Blazer High School, Seygan Robins, a guard from Mercer County High School and Molly Lockhart, a forward from Butler High School all signed National Letters of Intent.
It was announced today that the final home game of the 2017 season will kick off at 3:30 PM. The game is against Syracuse and the television slot is still being finalized. Clear your schedules and make sure you make it out to support this outstanding senior class.
UofL field hockey beat #2 Duke on Friday to move on to the ACC Championship! They will take on #5 North Carolina today at 1 PM at Trager Field. Tickets are $5 at the gate. Get out and support the cards!
The UofL men’s soccer team found out tonight they will play Virginia this Sunday at 1PM. The game is at Lynn Stadium and the weather is supposed to be awesome on Sunday. Go get your tickets and cheer on the cards!
After a very exciting and successful 2017 season, we finally get our first look at UofL baseball’s 2018 campaign. The Road (back) to Omaha will start on February 16th in Charleston, South Carolina with the first game at Jim Patterson happening February 21st. You can see the entire schedule below, and purchase your season tickets using the link provided with the schedule.
Lamar Jackson continues to be a bright spot for UofL football. His record breaking season continued on Saturday at Wake Forest.
Louisville Football Recruting graced us with an update on how things are looking at Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium. Oh man, does it look awesome!
Chuck Smrt’s employment by the University of Louisville has been questioned by many individuals in the last few months. His questionable guidance through the Katina Powell and Andre McGee scandal led to Louisville possibly losing our 2013 banner. Somehow, he still has a contract through UofL. This was discussed yesterday, and you can listen to interim president Greg Postel and Bill Stone discuss his tenure below.
Lamar Jackson is making his way back to the top of the Heisman odds. He started this season at 8-1 and of the favorites he is currently at 25-1. Lamar would only be the second player in the Heisman history to win he prestigious award twice. Check out the full standings below.
The ULAA announced today it is considering funding options to build an $8 Million ACC Network production studio. This would be something that happens in the next two years, but would be a huge benefit for UofL for game day shows and productions. It would also benefit all students if the University does add a minor in broadcasting in the near future.
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The University of Louisville is holding a 3:45 PM press conference to announce the interim Athletic Director.
The move comes after Tom Jurich was placed on paid administrative leave last Wednesday.
Dr. Postel will announce the candidate selected to run the university’s athletic department in the interim.
Cardinal Sports Zone will update as soon as the interim AD is selected.
Here are the top stories from yesterday October 2nd at CardinalSportsZone.com!
Dear Coach Rick Pitino,
It is truly hard to image entering the KFC Yum! Center and not, first hearing you, then seeing you on the sidelines. You have been the figure head of the University of Louisville’s basketball team for much of my childhood.
What has transpired the past few years under your reign, it breaks my heart. Whether you knew about the issues, that’s irrelevant at this point.
It has been hard to be a Louisville Basketball fan… The play on the court has been tremendous. Your play calling, flawless at its best. But, the constant harassment from other fan bases… It was hard.