All posts tagged "Dalton Ray"

  • Creating the dream year for U of L athletics

    By Dalton Ray– Obviously, the dream scenario for Louisville athletics is to have all varsity sports win championships in the same year. What if we can create a fantasy year? Let us step into the world of...

    • Posted April 17, 2017
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  • Fans shouldn’t be dazzled by numbers from the spring game

    By Dalton Ray– Despite the 52-7 score, fans shouldn’t pass the spring game as a solid outing from their Cardinals. Anyone who watched the game could see that it was aesthetically unpleasing for most of the game....

    • Posted April 15, 2017
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  • Errors erode softball, Cards trounced by Kentucky

    By Dalton Ray– Striving for their 20th series win, softball was smothered 10-1 by rival Kentucky. The No. 21 Wildcats used two four-run innings and a shining defensive performance to tie the series at 19-19. Three of...

    • Posted April 12, 2017
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  • Who would go on U of L’s basketball Mt. Rushmore?

    By Dalton Ray– The University of Louisville has one of the nation’s most historic basketball programs. Similarly to the football Mt. Rushmore, it’s difficult to pick four of the most impactful players in program history. To make...

    • Posted April 11, 2017
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  • Kade McClure bypasses the numbers, spotlights the details

    By Dalton Ray– Baseball’s Kade McClure spent his sophomore season mainly throwing on weekdays behind Louisville’s first three starters of Drew Harrington, Kyle Funkhouser and Brendan McKay. With three future MLB players ahead of McClure, it’s easy...

    • Posted April 10, 2017
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  • Caitlin Ferguson embracing the role she is thrown into

    By Dalton Ray– Before the season started, softball coach Sandy Pearsall said one of the players that stood out to her during the offseason was freshman Caitlin Ferguson. Pointing to her athleticism and work ethic, Pearsall said she...

    • Posted April 10, 2017
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  • North Carolina’s scorching second half burns women’s lacrosse

    By Dalton Ray– Hosting second-ranked North Carolina, No. 20 women’s lacrosse couldn’t handle the hot second-half shooting, falling 15-11.  Louisville opened the game leading 7-3, but UNC ended the game on a 12-4 scoring run. Sophomore Meghan...

    • Posted April 8, 2017
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  • Second-ranked baseball deflects Kentucky’s comeback attempt

    By Dalton Ray– In front of a record crowd, second-ranked baseball (25-3) held off a comeback attempt from eighth-ranked Kentucky (21-9). The Cardinals held UK scoreless through eight innings, winning 5-3, as junior Devin Hairston went 3-for-4 at...

    • Posted April 4, 2017
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  • Who would go on U of L’s football Mt. Rushmore?

    By Dalton Ray– U of L football has fielded 97 teams since their first season in 1912. With such a long history, very few people can say they have seen the impact each star player has had...

    • Posted April 4, 2017
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  • Hannah Koloski: From “just a girl from Minnesota” to Louisville lacrosse star

    By Dalton Ray– Lacrosse’s Hannah Koloski came to Louisville with the expectations of any other player in her class: to one day contribute to the team’s success. Three years later, Koloski ranks top 10 in program history...

    • Posted April 3, 2017
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