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All posts tagged "NCAA"
Cards swat SLU Billikens away to reach Sweet 16
By Annie Moore– The University of Louisville basketball team defeated St. Louis University 66-51 Saturday afternoon, in a game that was anything but perfect, to advance to its third-consecutive Sweet 16. Both teams struggled to get started...
- Posted March 23, 2014
Men’s Basketball vs. Manhattan in 1st Round of NCAA Tournament
Photos by Austin Lassell.
- Posted March 21, 2014
Bracketology has defending national champion Cardinals a four seed
By Noah Allison Despite finishing the season as the nation’s fifth overall ranked team, winning 12 out of their last 13 games played, and rampaging through the American Athletic Conference Tournament, Louisville is ranked a four seed...
- Posted March 17, 2014
Men’s soccer advances to second round of NCAA tournament
By Lilly Trunnell On a rainy Thursday night, 765 fans turned up at Cardinal Park to watch the men’s soccer team in their NCAA Tournament first round matchup against Denver. The first 90 minutes of regulation play...
- Posted November 26, 2013
Women’s basketball season preview
By Sam Draut The University of Louisville women’s basketball team garnishes lofty expectations this season after returning a majority of their roster from last season’s run to the NCAA National Championship game. The Cardinals are ranked...
- Posted November 13, 2013
‘The Voice of the Louisville Cardinals’
By: Daryl Foust When I talk about ‘The Voice’, I’m not talking about the American reality TV singing competition or even the Season 5 contestant and 2011 Miss University of Louisville Olivia Henken. I’m talking about the...
- Posted October 20, 2013
By: Howard Stikes Since 2003, U of L has bannered 75 Fulbright scholars — more than all of the institutions in the state combined. According to Dr. Patricia Condon, director of national and international scholarships, highly motivated...
- Posted October 9, 2013
Mark Emmert’s state of the NCAA
By Annie Moore The National Collegiate Athletic Association has had its proponents and opponents since its inception in 1906, but lately NCAA President, Mark Emmert, and the boys can’t seem to get anything right. It seems every day there...
- Posted September 30, 2013
One thing you need to know: In The Ville, we care about our basketball
By Sam Draut– Men’s Basketball NCAA National Champions The University of Louisville men’s basketball team enters the 2013-14 season as the defending National Champions. A team that set the school record with 35 wins in a single...
- Posted April 30, 2013
Pride in your school, not your pyrotechnics
By Tyler Mercer– The celebration was amazing last Monday night after our men’s basketball team became national champions. Last Tuesday was a struggle for practically everyone in our beautiful city, but the struggle was worth the celebration...
- Posted April 16, 2013