- Katina Powell’s book is published
- Reaction: Doubt creeps in for Louisville basketball amidst allegations
- #BBScandal: U of L staffer allegedly paid for prostitutes for players, recruits
- A&S Faculty criticize dean, U of L administration in meeting
- Jones criticizes A&S administration, calls for meeting
- Priorities: Louisville athletics reign supreme
- National Spotlight: Louisville faces Clemson
- Honors LLC to relocate to Kurz in 2016
- SAC renovation still in the works
- O.A.R. brings spotlight to opening acts
All posts tagged "Sports"
Priorities: Louisville athletics reign supreme
By Sam Draut– The University of Louisville is built on and around the Athletic Department. Therefore, the University of Louisville should continue to fund growth within the Athletic Department. Two weeks ago, Athletic Director Tom Jurich announced...
- Posted September 17, 2015
Walz and Moore return to US with second gold medal
By Sam Draut– This summer wasn’t the first time Louisville head coach Jeff Walz and sophomore Mariya Moore had been on the international scene, but once again, the two returned with gold medals while representing the United...
- Posted August 28, 2015
Recruiting Update: Louisville football commit Keion Wakefield
By: Dalton Ray A recruiting pipeline from Louisville Male High School to Louisville’s football team has flowed over the past few decades with names such as Chris Redman, Ibn Green, Michael Bush, Montrell Jones, Doug Beaumont, Dexter...
- Posted August 27, 2015
While we were gone: the summer of sports
By Annie Moore– While it seems like only yesterday since campus vacated after finals week and students headed home, much has happened in the past four months. The Golden State Warriors became NBA Champions, the Chicago Blackhawks...
- Posted August 26, 2015
Card Towne airwaves for local athletics: Tune in to 93.9 The Ville
Be on the lookout, Die hard Cards fans. The airwaves just got friendlier for U of L athletics. Before the University of Louisville and ESPN radio decided to partner up, ESPN 680 and 105.7 FM were the...
- Posted February 2, 2015
Freshman phenom Mariya Moore blazes the court
By Sam Draut– After losing perimeter scorers Shoni Schimmel, Antonita Slaughter and Tia Gibbs to exhausted eligibility, Louisville head coach Jeff Walz knew he had to replenish the scoring mentality. Midway through the year, freshman Mariya Moore...
- Posted January 22, 2015
Dahlia dives into American culture
by Michelle Molodynia — Thomas Dahlia, 24, swims so well he was recruited by U of L and won the French national championship. A senior majoring in communication, Dahlia is one of the University of Louisville’s 100...
- Posted January 20, 2015
Louisville defeats Syracuse 28-6
Louisville defeated Syracuse 28-6 on Friday night at the Carrier Dome. The Cardinals (5-1) picked up their first ACC road win and now sit at 3-1 in conference play. D1- Once again, the defense answered the bell....
- Posted October 3, 2014
Rain or shine play ball, U of L baseball defeats UK to advance to Super Regional
By Derek Brightwell An almost four hour rain delay on Sunday did not dampen the Louisville Cardinals’ bats nor the crowds excitement. U of L defeated their bitter rivals, the University of Kentucky, in the NCAA Regional...
- Posted June 2, 2014
Ten fun things to do in Louisville
By Kristen Lotze– Louisville is a very diverse city with plenty of activities to offer. The following, in no particular order, is a list of fun things to do around the city: 1) Museums: Louisville is home...
- Posted April 29, 2014