The No. 8 University of Louisville women’s basketball team is advancing to another NCAA Tournament, and the team wants fans to join them in watching the NCAA Selection Show on Monday, March 16, to see where the Cardinals are heading.
Admission is free, and doors to Cardinal Arena open at 6 p.m. The selection show, beginning at 7 p.m. on ESPN, will be broadcast on the videoboard in the venue. Upon entering from the Floyd Street doors, fans will be given an opportunity to get autographs – maximum of one item per person – from their favorite student-athletes until 6:45 p.m.
During the show’s commercial breaks, radio play-by-play broadcaster Matt Andrews and head coach Jeff Walz will discuss the matchups in the announced region.
Staff members from Louisville’s ticket office will be on-hand to answer questions related to NCAA Tournament tickets and provide season ticket information for the 2015-16 campaign.
Louisville, heading into the NCAA Tournament for the 18th time in program history and seventh under eighth-year coach Walz, produced a 25-6 mark in its inaugural year in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Cardinals posted a 12-4 league record, finishing third in the regular-season standings, and advanced to the ACC Tournament semifinal as the No. 3 seed.
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