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Behind home runs from Corey Ray and Brendan McKay, the seventh-ranked Louisville baseball team had its highest scoring outing of the season in Tuesday night’s 16-5 win over Miami (Ohio) at Jim Patterson Stadium.
Winning for the 11th time in their last 12 outings, the Cardinals (22-7) scored the most runs in a game since a 20-10 win over Samford on March 14, 2014. Among the highlights for Louisville was scoring nine runs in the seventh for their highest scoring inning since a nine-run eighth against Elon in a 10-1 win on April 12, 2013.
Ray, a sophomore from Chicago, paced the Cardinals at the plate finishing 3-for-5 with four RBI, three runs scored, a double and a triple to go with his team-leading fourth home run of the season. A freshman from Darlington, Pa...Read More
The University of Louisville softball team will play host to in-state rival No. 13/14 Kentucky in a midweek game Wednesday April 1 at 6 p.m. at Ulmer Stadium. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased by calling 502-GoCards. Fans are encouraged to wear red to the game.
The Cardinals (22-8) bring a six-game winning streak into Wednesday’s matchup while the Wildcats (23-9) defeated (then) No. 1 LSU twice in a three-game series last weekend.
Game Info: No. 13/14 Kentucky at (RV) Louisville
Dates: April 1, 2015
Location: Louisville, Ky.
Venue: Ulmer Stadium
Television: CardsTV (GoCards.com)
Twitter Updates: @UofLSoftball
Promotions: “Red Out” T-Shirts give to the first 250 fans; Louisville softball trading cards
- Senior Kelsi Jones le...
University of Louisville men’s basketball coach Rick Pitino will receive the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Metropolitan Award for long and outstanding service to men’s college basketball at a ceremony at the Final Four this weekend.
Pitino will receive the award at the annual AT&T NABC Guardians of the Game Awards Show on Sunday, April 5, at 6 p.m. at the Murat Theatre at Old National Centre in Indianapolis.
The Metropolitan Award has a long and storied history, which began in New York City. The Metropolitan Basketball Association presented its first Metropolitan Award in 1941 to legendary City College of New York coach Nat Holman and followed that a year later with Ned Irish, who first brought college basketball to Madison Square Garden.
Over eight decades, many ...Read More
Career Scoring #31 with 1294 points, tied with Jeff Hall
#1 in Career Dunks
|1||Montrezl Harrell (12-15)||221|
|2||Pervis Ellison (’85-’89)||162|
|3||Darrell Griffith (’76-80)||156|
|4||Chane Behanan (11-14)||124|
|5||Alvin Sims (93-97)||123|
#1, #2, and #10 in Single Season Dunks
|1||Montrezl Harrell (13-14)||97|
|2||Montrezl Harrell (2014-15)||80|
|3||Pervis Ellison (87-88)||59|
|3||Chane Behanan (12-13)||59|
|5||Samardo Samuels (08-09)||51|
|6||Chane Behanan (11-12)||50|
|7||Alvin Sims (95-96)||48|
|8||Terrence Jennings (10-11)||45|
|8||Felton Spencer (89-90)||45|
Josh Rogers had six strikeouts and won his third straight start as No. 6 Louisville completed a series sweep of No. 28 Georgia Tech with Sunday afternoon’s 4-1 victory at Jim Patterson Stadium.
The Cardinals moved to 21-7 overall and 11-1 in the Atlantic Coast Conference while winning their 10th straight league game overall. The 11-1 mark is the best 12-game conference record in school history for Louisville, which holds a two-game lead in the Atlantic Division following four weeks of ACC action.
A sophomore lefty from New Albany, Ind., Rogers allowed just one run on six hits in 6.0+ innings to improve to 4-1 on the season and 3-0 in four ACC starts. In his last five starts overall, Rogers is 4-0 with a 1.15 ERA and 27 strikeouts in 31.0 innings pitched.
Following Rogers on the mound w...Read More
University of Louisville sophomore guard Anton Gill has decided to transfer to another institution at the conclusion of the spring semester.
“Anton is one of the finest young men that I have had the privilege of coaching the past two years,” said UofL Coach Rick Pitino. “He is a bright, articulate, hard-working young man that we will miss very much. I agree with his decision and have given him his release to attend any university he desires. He wants to play major minutes and I believe he has a bright future ahead of him. We thank him for his dedication to our team.”
“I want to thank all of my coaches and teammates for two great years,” said Gill. “I really appreciate all of the support I received from everyone...Read More
Terry Rozier's mom just confirmed to The Courier-Journal that the sophomore guard plans to enter the 2015 NBA draft.
— Jeff Greer (@jeffgreer_cj) March 30, 2015
Just texted with Terry Rozier. He had no idea that Rick Pitino had said he would be declaring for the NBA draft, but he confirmed that he is
— David Gardner (@byDavidGardner) March 30, 2015
School that have already contacted me about Trey Lewis -Purdue-Iowa State – Florida State-Dayton -Clemson-Illinois Louisville- so many more
— Sonny Johnson (@sonnyjohnson32) March 30, 2015
Cardinal Authority has confirmed Vincennes, Ind., JUCO guard Mychal Mulder is visiting Louisville today. He’s an athletic wing (shooter).
— Jody Demling (@jdemling) March 30, 2015