- U of L announces self-imposed postseason ban
- U of L kicks off capital campaign for stadium expansion
- Off-campus convenience store employee shot, killed
- Ramsey leads tense discussion on provost search
- Football signs 23 prospects on National Signing Day
- Proposed budget cuts, new building discussed in faculty senate
- SGA announces candidates for 2016 election
- Gallery: Louisville defeats second-ranked UNC
- U of L loses, gains with proposed Bevin budget
- Speed Art Museum cleared after bomb dog search
All posts by Dalton Ray
Mitchell and Mahmoud ‘X-factors’ for Cards
By Dalton Ray– After Louisville’s biggest win of the season against second-ranked North Carolina on Monday, two things are apparent. One: Louisville can make a deep run in the NCAA tournament. Two: Donovan Mitchell and Anas Mahmoud are the team’s biggest...
- Posted February 2, 2016
Swim team falls to IU on senior night
By Dalton Ray– Indiana traveled to Ralph Wright Natatorium on Jan. 29 as fans bid farewell to the seniors on U of L men’s and women’s swim and dive team. The Hoosiers swept the Cardinals after 12 seniors...
- Posted February 1, 2016
Swim and Dive sweeps Kentucky
By Dalton Ray– The men’s and women’s swim team swept in-state rival Kentucky Saturday night at Ralph Wright Natatorium. The women won 190-110 while the men doubled up the visiting Wildcats 200-100. Head coach Arthur Albiero was...
- Posted January 24, 2016
Men’s tennis looks to reload
By Dalton Ray– The 2015 season for the Louisville men’s tennis team saw one of the best classes in history. They produced multiple All-Conference players, two conference championships and three NCAA tournament appearances. Sebastian Stiefelmeyer was even...
- Posted January 20, 2016
Lamar Jackson dazzles Music CIty
The Louisville Cardinals are winners of the 2015 Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl. The Cards defeated the Texas A&M Aggies by a score of 27-21. A large part of the victory came in the play of...
- Posted December 31, 2015
Cards battle back for fifth straight Governor’s Cup victory
By Dalton Ray– Ten minutes into the 2015 Battle for the Governor’s Cup the Kentucky Wildcats were leading 21-0. Kentucky drove down the field on the first drive, had a short field after an interception that led to another...
- Posted November 30, 2015
Preview: Louisville faces rival Kentucky
By Dalton Ray– Louisville and Kentucky football teams will be meeting for the 28th time this Saturday. Since the renewal of the series in 1994, U of L is ahead 13-8. The 2015 match-up will see 6-5 Louisville...
- Posted November 27, 2015
Live Blog: MBB Louisville vs North Florida
Final stats for Louisville: 38-75 from FG, 4-12 from three, 9-12 from FT, 53 rebounds, 15 assists, 12 steals, and 6 blocked shots. Final: 89-61 Louisville downs North Florida. Johnson gets the put back, 1:05 left. Jay...
- Posted November 21, 2015
What grinds my gears: Nov. 24 edition
By Dalton Ray– The fact that Missouri’s President Tim Wolfe didn’t step down until the football players joined the protesting Jonathan Butler was the leader of the protesting in Missouri by starting a hunger strike on Nov....
- Posted November 19, 2015
Pitino praises freshman Donovan Mitchell
By Dalton Ray– Incoming freshman Donovan Mitchell has created quite a buzz before even stepping on campus. Head Coach Rick Pitino said Mitchell has the talent of former Cardinal great Terrence Williams with the character of national...
- Posted November 11, 2015