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All posts tagged "allison"
Dan McDonnell’s Culture of Winning
By Noah Allison– Over the past two years, Louisville is the only school in the nation to have back-to-back trips to the College World Series of baseball in Omaha, Nebraska. A school that stands out as a...
- Posted March 14, 2015
Team tennis, a race to the finish line
By Noah Allison– College tennis is a year round sport. However, come springtime, the individual athletes combine for the team season. A season where match by match an individual’s contribution can be the single difference between team...
- Posted February 25, 2015
Young Cards show potential as they enter ACC play
By Noah Allison– Mark Beckham’s young women’s tennis team continues to impress. With a current 9-5 record, even in defeat, the Cardinals can gauge themselves against the top competition in the country. This past week they played...
- Posted February 24, 2015
Refresh your memory on the past month of men’s basketball
By Noah Allison– This past month of games started against former assistant coach Kevin Keatts and his UNC Wilmington Seahawks. Although a smaller and less talented opponent, they out-played and out hustled Louisville. In the second half,...
- Posted January 12, 2015
Louisville improves to 15-1 with road comeback at Wake Forest
By Noah Allison– Jeff Walz’ sixth ranked Cardinals were able to overcome an 11-point halftime deficit to defeat Wake Forest on the road. With the 79-68 victory, the 15-1 Louisville Cardinals improved their ACC record to a...
- Posted January 11, 2015
Men’s basketball wins first ever home ACC game, defeats Clemson 58-52
By Noah Allison– In their first home game in the Atlantic Coast Conference, Rick Pitino’s Louisville Cardinal’s defeated the Clemson Tigers 58-52. The fifth ranked Cardinals improve to 14-1, 2-0 in conference while the Tigers fall to...
- Posted January 8, 2015
Louisville volleyball loses to Duke in three sets
By Noah Allison– Louisville volleyball fell to the Duke Blue Devils in three sets Friday night, bringing U of L’s overall record to 15-13, 8-7 in the ACC. Louisville lost 25-15 in the first set and 25-12...
- Posted November 22, 2014
Cardinals learn a lot from opener v. Minnesota
By Noah Allison– College basketball is here, and in this region of the world, that is a phrase worth celebrating. Most teams opened up their season in a common fashion, by beating up on the likes of...
- Posted November 16, 2014
Montrezl Harrell: The All-American man just keeps getting better
By Noah Allison– When Montrezl Harrell decided to forgo the NBA draft and return for his junior season, the expectations and possibilities for this Louisville team skyrocketed. As a sophomore captain, Harrell averaged 14 points and 8...
- Posted November 12, 2014
Influx of freshmen won’t fluster Louisville’s wily veterans
By Noah Allison– Louisville basketball is coming off a year in which it dominated its conference. In the one year spent in the American Athletic Conference, U of L went 31-6, with three of those losses coming...
- Posted November 11, 2014