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Louisville sports brief
By Dalton Ray
The Louisville women’s golf team shot a 286 in the final round of the Alamo Invitational on at the Briggs Ranch
The Cardinals finished ninth with a score of 872. Oklahoma won the tournament with a score of 840.
Junior Emily Haas led the Cardinals in the final round, finishing tied at 17th. Haas shot a 71 in the final round to
finish with a score of 214. Laura Restrepo shot a 72 in the final round. Restrepo finished tied at 22nd with a score
Freshman Louise Oxner finished tied at 38th with a score of 220. Oxner also shot a 71 in the final round. Junior
Katie Petrino shot a 72 in the final round. Petrino finished tied at 50th with a score of 223.
The tournament concludes the fall season for the team. They will begin spring play on February 17 at the
Central Division Invitational in Highland Park, Illinois.
Junior Alyssa Voelmle had two goals and an assist to lead the #14 University of Louisville field hockey team to a
6-0 win over Kent State in the their last game of the regular season. UofL wraps up the season with a 15-4 overall
record and a perfect 10-0 mark at Trager Stadium.
The 15-4 record is the most victories since 2001, when they won a program-best 16 games.The Cards will be
making their ninth straight BIG EAST Championship appearance. Louisville has reached the semifinals every
season since joining the league in 2005.
Voelmle, Victoria Stratton, Becca Maddock, Elisa Garica, and Jennifer Pels all scored goals in the 6-0 rout of the
8-10 Golden Flashes.
Seniors Michelle Amon, Kelsey Rosenmeier, and Erin Schneidtmiller were all honored in their final game at
Trager Stadium. As a class, they have posted 49 wins, 13 wins over ranked opponents along with spenting 27
weeks of their playing careers ranked in the national polls. This class has also earned the National Field Hockey
Coaches’ Association Academic team award in each of their seasons here.
The University of Louisville men’s golf team posted a third-place finish at the 2013 Pinetree Intercollegiate on
the par-72, 7,108-yard Pinetree Country Club. The Cardinals had a round of 19-over 295 to finish 11 shots off
the pace with a three-round score of 20-over 884. Tournament-host Kennesaw State won the event for a second-
consecutive year with a score of 872, +8.
Robert Geibel, 74-72-74=220, and Antonie LeSaux, 75-72-73=220, each shot a three-round score of 220 to tie
for 10th overall. J.D. Lehman tied for 15th overall by shooting 76-73-73=222, while Max Walz shot 74-74-75=223.
Robin Sciot-Siegrist rounded out the top five by finishing 37th after carding 76-72-80=228. The Cardinals play
again November 4-6 at the Warrior Wave Invitational.
The number 11 Cardinals men’s soccer team clinched the regular season championship Sunday. Needing
just a win or a tie to clinch outright possession of the Cardinal’s first and last season in the American Athletic
Conference, the Cardinals managed to hold off USF for a scoreless draw. It’s the Cardinals’ third conference
championship in the past five years spanning back to the Big East Conference.
Senior goalkeeper Mike Mauro matched a career-high five saves in his first start of the season. The shutout was
the Cardinals eighth shutout of the season.
The Cardinals will host the winner of the Rutgers vs. Cincinnati first round match up in the AAC
Championship. The Cardinals will play the winner in the quarterfinals on Saturday at 7 p.m.