The University of Louisville Women’s Basketball team enters the season ranked 8th in the USA Today Coaches Poll.  The Cardinals join fellow ACC members Notre Dame (3) and Florida State (7) in the top 10.

According to the poll, this means Louisville will face six pre-season top 25 schools.  Notre Dame (3), Florida State (7), Duke (12), Kentucky (17), South Florida (19) and UNC (20).  The Cardinals will open the season on November 15th at home against the California Bears.  Tickets for this game, and season tickets,  are still available on

USA Today Coaches’ Poll (Oct. 29)
Rk. School (first-place votes) Points
1. Connecticut (32) 800
2. South Carolina 757
3. Notre Dame 719
4. Tennessee 689
5. Baylor 666
6. Maryland 620
7. Florida State 542
8. Louisville 528
9. Oregon State 460
10. Ohio State 435
11. Texas 429
12. Duke 388
13. Mississippi State 385
14. Stanford 382
15. Arizona State 377
16. Texas A&M 304
17. Kentucky 303
18. Oklahoma 210
19. South Florida 183
20. North Carolina 143
21. George Washington 109
22. DePaul 106
23. Iowa 101
24. Northwestern 98
25. Princeton 84


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Keith Poynter graduated from the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law in May of 2011. While in law school, Keith studied Sports Law as well as other core curriculum. Prior to becoming an attorney, Keith worked in the insurance industry for 6 years, and was a police officer in both Kentucky and Tennessee for 6 years. As an avid sports fan, former basketball official and current youth sports coach, Keith is heavily involved in sports when not at work or with his family at the lake. Keith's diverse background makes him an excellent source for legal opinion about issues surrounding the sporting world. Whether the matter be criminal or contractual, Keith's unique experience and education allows him to offer insight that may be missed by the casual fan. Keith is available for commentary on any legal issues that may arise in the Kentuckiana area and will routinely post articles concerning local and national sports law topics.

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