Listen to our weekly show !!

Listen to our weekly show !!
CARDINAL COUPLE RADIO'S LATEST BROADCAST IS UP AND RUNNING IN THE ARCHIVED SOUNDCLOUD. . We are all about the joy and excitement of UofL women's sports from a fan's perspective! CLICK THE CRESCENT HILL MICROPHONE TO HEAR OUR LATEST BROADCAST !! ***DOWNLOAD THE WCHQ APP*** AND PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING TO CARDINAL COUPLE AT THE PAYPAL LINK BELOW!

Donate to Cardinal Couple via PayPal

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Lacrosse falls to Northwestern

.
THURSDAY CARDINAL COUPLE


SIGN UP FOR THE CARDINAL COUPLE NCAA WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT CHALLENGE! 


-Lacrosse battles Northwestern


-What's up with Monny


-KY Girls high school basketball tournament


That's right, readers! CARDINAL COUPLE is having a NCAA Women's Tournament Challenge!! Amaze your friends, baffle your enemies and impress the in-laws with your knowledge of women's college basketball! Or, just enter for the fun of it and, hey...it's free!


Hosted by Yahoo and with commissioner Mark Schneider, a regular CARDINAL COUPLE reader and all about man-around-town, you can win a 
$25 Panera Card if your bracket is the best! Click the link below to get started and registered.


 vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvLINKvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv


Cardinal Couple NCAA Women's Tourney Challenge


^^^^^^^^^^^^^LINK^^^^^^^^^^^^^^




A couple of things you'll need to get started:


OUR GROUP ID# is:   814
OUR PASSWORD is:   ladycards


You can sign in with Facebook, Google or 
Yahoo! accounts if you want and it easy to check your results and standings. WE'LL also provide regular updates. You DON'T have to use these if you don't want to...but they make it pretty easy to get started.


E-mail us if you have any difficulties and we'll forward them to our Commish (who is monitoring the massive "L" spotlight shining atop the KFC YUM! Center over the fair Louisville skies).


Have fun, choose wisely and always use your turn signals when changing lanes. 


**************************************




The University of Louisville Lacrosse squad hosted last year's national champions Northwestern on a windy Wednesday at the Lacrosse Stadium on the UofL campus but came up on the short end of a 16-7 score. 


Kellie Young's young squad got off to a good start against the Wildcats, battling them to a 4-2 score before a late first half 7-0 run gave Northwestern a 11-2 edge at halftime. 


The Cards battled strongly against the Wildcats in the final half of action...playing them to a 5-5 tie in the second half. 


Eleni Kozas led Louisville with three goals. Jamie Redding added two for the Cards. 


With the loss, Louisville is now 1-3 on the season, with losses to Ohio State and Old Dominion and a win over Longwood. Louisville departs on a five-game road trip next, starting with a match against Presbyterian on Saturday.


*******************************************


Point guard from France having a
impressive season for Lindsey Wilson
CARDINAL COUPLE writer Jenny sends this link about UofL WBB target Monny Niamke, who is playing her freshman season at Lindsey Wilson. WE don't like the fact that she had to sit out the first half of a game because of a violation of team rules...but we can't say much more on that because we don't know exactly what she did. The article doesn't portray her as a "lock" to show up on the UofL campus this fall, either...but a source down on the Belknap Campus assures us that she'll be in Cardinal Red and Black.


Monny producing for Lindsey Wilson


Also, in Lady Cards related info, Monique Reid reports that her knee is at 70%. A cause for celebration. 



*******************************************


Action began today in Bowling Green, KY in the Kentucky Girls High School Basketball Tournament. 


--Louisville Butler had a rougher time than expected against Glasgow but eventually won 54-49.


--Lexington Paul Dunbar pulled the upset over Boone County 72-70 in overtime. Boone's Sydney Moss had 41 in the loss. 


--Louisville Manual knocked off Perry County Central 50-41. 


-- Montgomery County knocked off Muhlenberg County 60-43. Macie Spencer had 18 for the winners. 


Louisville 2013 commits Makayla Epps and Kyvin Goodin-Rogers play tomorrow in first round action in the annual Sweet Sixteen. They face Walton-Verona at 1:30 Thursday. 


Thanks to CARDINAL COUPLE "detective" Mark Schneider for the live broadcast link below...


Girls High School Basketball Tournament

.
..
...

.
..





6 comments:

  1. Young Monny is at Lindsey Wilson with former Lady Cardinal Ashley Rainey. She was trouble for Walz and was suspended her freshman year. I hope Rainey isn't souring her on Louisville and that she isn't the cause of Monny's having to sit out.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hoping she can get to UL and help out at the PG. Could see her competing for that job and moving Shoni to the 2. UL comes back strong next year and a good PG is so important to their success.

    Blue Lou

    ReplyDelete
  3. I have read differing views on this, so I do not know which is accurate, but some say Monny will have to sit a year when she comes to Louisville. Transfer rules.

    ReplyDelete
  4. We're no experts on this but we cite the example of Andrea and Andrell Smith, currently at South Florida, who transfered in after two years of NAIA ball and were able to start without a sit-out year.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Sounds like Gooden-Rogers had a monster game today 15 points and 10 rebounds.

    Jenny

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Kyvin Goodin-Rogers #32 was selected as "star of the game" and interviewed afterwards.

      Makayla Epps was wearing glasses and wore #25

      Here is the link to the Archived Video Broadcast of that game:

      http://www.ihigh.com/khsaa/broadcast_214176.html?silverlight=1

      The short interview with Goodin-Rogers starts around the 01:46:30 mark.

      Mark

      Delete

Please leave your comments here. We ask you be respectful of other posts, no matter how ridiculous they may seem to you. After all, it is CARDINAL COUPLE.

Any attempts to advertise a product or other website here in the comments section without the prior consent of CARDINAL COUPLE will result in a bill rendered for advertising services and possible legal action. We're serious. No more bots.

Now, have your take...