All posts by Dalton Ray

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  • Mallory Comerford reflects on her national championship performance

    By Dalton Ray– On March 17, Louisville swimming and dive team crowned their fourth national champion in sophomore Mallory Comerford. The Kalamazoo, Michigan native won the 200-free with a time of  1:40.36, tying with five-time Olympic gold...

    • Posted March 21, 2017
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  • Women’s lacrosse hammers Duquesne

    By Dalton Ray– Moving to 9-3, women’s lacrosse rolls past visiting Duquesne 15-6 as nine different players netted goals for the Cardinal. Coach Kellie Young has mixed emotions after the big win. “We go on these runs...

    • Posted March 21, 2017
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  • Hines-Allen, Moore and Durr continue to keep women’s basketball afloat

    By Dalton Ray– In the 75-64 win over Tennessee, women’s basketball was once again led by their All-ACC trio. Myisha Hines-Allen, Asia Durr and Mariya Moore combined for 56 points, 28 rebounds and 10 assists. Like all...

    • Posted March 21, 2017
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  • Mariya Moore leads women’s basketball to Sweet 16

    By Dalton Ray– With a trip to Oklahoma City on the line, No. 4 seed women’s basketball punched their ticket to the Sweet 16 by downing Tennessee 75-64. Junior Mariya Moore led the Cardinals with 19 points,...

    • Posted March 20, 2017
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    Men’s tennis expects to ride momentum of Notre Dame win

    By Dalton Ray– In perhaps the biggest win of the season, men’s tennis knocked off rival Notre Dame in a 4-3 victory. Sophomore George Headley clinched the match in comeback fashion during the third set. The Cardinals...

    • Posted March 20, 2017
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  • Men’s basketball must use loss to Michigan as fuel for 2017-2018

    By Dalton Ray– Entering the men’s basketball game against Michigan in the second round of the NCAA tournament, each team had separate roles. U of L was the 25-win team that survived one of the toughest schedules...

    • Posted March 19, 2017
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  • Men’s basketball sent home in second round

    By Dalton Ray– Leading for only eight minutes, seven-seed Michigan upset two-seed Louisville 73-69. The Wolverines used a 45-point second half to shock the Cardinals in Indianapolis. Coach Rick Pitino said his team played well, but fell short...

    • Posted March 19, 2017
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  • Women’s rowing notches four wins in Cardinal Invite

    By Madison Thompson– In their first event of 2017, the women’s rowing team hosted the Cardinal Invite at Melton Lake in Oak Ridge, Tennessee March 11 and 12. Both varsity and novice rowers competed against Clemson, Kansas,...

    • Posted March 18, 2017
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  • Fourth-quarter surge drives women’s basketball past Chattanooga

    By Dalton Ray– In their second straight year hosting the first and second round of the NCAA tournament, four-seed women’s basketball beat 13-seed Chattanooga 82-62. Behind 27 points from junior Asia Durr, Louisville broke away from the...

    • Posted March 18, 2017
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  • Jacksonville State gives men’s basketball the scare they needed

    By Dalton Ray– Even though Louisville is a two-seed in the Midwest Region of the NCAA Tournament, coach Rick Pitino’s team is an inexperienced bunch when it comes to postseason play. Only three members of the team,...

    • Posted March 17, 2017
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