- 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 tagged "Noah Allison"
Arthur Albiero’s swimmers continue winning
By Noah Allison– If success is measured by championships, then U of L’s most successful sports program is coach Arthur Albiero’s swim and dive team. Amassing five national titles in the previous four seasons, Albiero has coached...
- Posted January 27, 2016
Trevon Young faces long road to recovery after devastating hip injury
By Noah Allison– In the first quarter of U of L’s 27-21 victory in the Music City Bowl, Louisville’s junior outside linebacker Trevon Young dislocated and fractured his hip. Chasing down a play on Texas A&M’s second...
- Posted January 13, 2016
Staying on the floor necessity for Onuaku, Louisville’s success in ACC
By Noah Allison– This year, Louisville is led on offense by fifth year senior transfers Damion Lee and Trey Lewis. Averaging 17.3 points and 13.6 points per game respectively, they’ve changed what this season could have been...
- Posted January 12, 2016
Louisville defeats Kennesaw State 94-57
By Noah Allison– The 19-ranked Louisville Cardinals scored early and scored often as they defeated the Kennesaw State Owls 94-57 on Wednesday night. With the victory Louisville improves to 8-1 overall while the Owls fall to 3-9...
- Posted December 16, 2015
Donovan Mitchell provides stability and talent
By Noah Allison– With Louisville’s 77-57 victory over the Saint Louis Billikens on Saturday the Cards have improved to 5-0 on the season. With a roster that depends on 12 first or second year players Rick Pitino...
- Posted December 1, 2015
Volleyball wins ACC title sends off three seniors
By Noah Allison– The Louisville Cardinals’ volleyball squad has won its first Atlantic Coast Conference championship. After finishing the regular season with a 24-6 overall record, Louisville’s 18-2 ACC record was good enough to take sole possession...
- Posted November 30, 2015
Volleyball sends seniors out with victory
By Noah Allison– With a 3-0 win over Georgia Tech on senior day Louisville volleyball improves to 23-5 overall with a 17-1 ACC record. With only two road games left in the regular season the Cardinals look...
- Posted November 22, 2015
With Harrell gone, Jaylen Johnson ready to shine
By Noah Allison– Last year, Louisville’s starting power forward Montrezl Harrell wrapped up his success filled three-year career at U of L. The national champion and program leader in dunks entered his junior year a preseason first...
- Posted November 12, 2015
Sophomore Quentin Snider is the Cardinals true point guard
By Noah Allison– When senior point guard Chris Jones was dismissed from the team toward the end of the regular season last year, it seemed as if Louisville’s season was over. Enter Quentin Snider. Despite starting just...
- Posted November 12, 2015
Back to work, Mathiang becomes a leader
By Noah Allison– For all the insecurity that the 2015-16-basketball season holds, there is one component that can connect Cardinal fans to the glory of recent years: Mangok Mathiang. A red-shirt junior, Mathiang is the last player...
- Posted November 9, 2015