It is 10 a.m. on a Friday morning, and the room holds no sound other than that of the professor, speaking of litigations and black letter law. Keeping focused becomes increasingly difficult, and my four hours of sleep isn’t helping. What to do? My phone vibrates – it’s a push notification. I try to ignore it as I stare at my notebook, fighting to find…
The annual battle for the Governor’s Cup between the University of Louisville Cardinals and rival University of Kentucky Wildcats played out to be a back-and-forth battle with the Wildcats pulling off the win, 31-27 Saturday at Commonwealth Stadium.
In front of a Cardinal Arena record crowd of 1,270 fans, the Louisville Cardinals upset the 16th ranked Kentucky Wildcats in a grueling five-set match Wednesday night. The contest was the first meeting between the rivals in more than three years, and arguably the best match of the year so far for both squads. The Cards took the match 25-19, 23-25, 25-16, 22-25, 16-14, moving the Cardinals record to 7-3 for the season.
The No. 13 University of Louisville field hockey team has opened the 2009 season, and looks to continue to push for a Big East title, after losing vice-captain Lauren Schaefer to graduation.
After an 11-8-2 record last season, not many Cardinal soccer fans would have predicted the success the team is having thus far in 2009.
“It’s the best team we’ve had since I’ve been here,” junior midfielder Austin Berry said.
What is a fan? Well, Webster’s dictionary defines a fan as “an enthusiastic devotee, follower or admirer of a sport, pastime, celebrity, etc.” Every student at the University of Louisville should keep this in mind this weekend when our football team travels to…
While the University of Louisville men’s tennis team will face what head coach Rex Ecarma says is the toughest schedule in team history, the team is made of two separate groups.
One, the class of 2007, referred to as the Fab 4 by Ecarma, is comprised of Austen Childs, Simon Childs, Viktor Maksimcuk and Alejandro Calligari.
In today’s era of football, charted statistics have become the lone points of reference for individual and team success. That makes it all the more comforting to know there are still players who yearn for the opportunity to stick their face mask in an opponent’s chest and leave them on their backside.
The University of Louisville’s Department of Intramural and Recreational Sports has been growing exponentially over the last few years. Sports like Ultimate Frisbee have more than doubled in participation, while every other event is steadily growing.
When you think of University of Louisville athletics, what comes to mind? Success? Thrills? These words, and so many more, define Cardinal sports. Welcome to The Louisville Cardinal sports section. We’re happy to have you here.