Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Louisville Lacrosse Under the Lights tonight...Softball goes to WKU...McDonald's Girls Game -- Wednesday CARDINAL COUPLE
HISTORIC GAME FOR LOUCROSSE TONITE
Tonight's Louisville Lacrosse game against Brown is the first ever in Louisville Lacrosse history that will be played under the lights at the Louisville Lacrosse Stadium.
The LAX Cards (11-1, 3-1) are tied for second place in the ACC and ranked sixth nationally. Going into the Brown game, the Cards are coming off a 15-7 win at home over ACC foe Virginia Tech. Hannah Koloski tallied four scores for UofL and three Cardinals gathered hat-tricks in the win.
Brown is 4-4 on the season...falling to Cornell 10-2 in their last outing. The matchup is the first ever between the two schools and the first time Kellie Young's squad has faced an Ivy League opponent.
Interested in learning more about Lacrosse? A former Louisville Lacrosse player will conduct a Lacrosse 101 fun seminar during the game. Interested parties can meet in the north end zone shortly before the contest.
Lacrosse matches offer free admission and (usually) a food truck. Come out and be a part of this historic game for the Louisville Lacrosse program.
#25 SOFTBALL HEADS TO THE HILL TONITE
Louisville Softball (22-6, 8-1) takes a break from ACC action today with a trip to Bowling Green to face the WKU Hilltoppers for a 7 p.m. contest.
The Cards are in second place in the ACC and currently riding a 10-game win streak. They swept the series last weekend against North Carolina State...scoring at least 10 runs in each of the three games. UofL posted a 19-3 win on Saturday...which featured a 15-run third inning.
Maryssa Becker has posted an 11-4 record and also leads the Cards with a .420 batting average. Megan Hensley is 11-2 on the season and is one of seven Cards batting over .300.
WKU (11-15), a member of C-USA, enters the game off two losses to North Texas. The Cards lead the series 15-3 and won last year's game 1-0 behind a Kelsi Jones home run and a one-hit pitching performance from Becker.
MCDONALD'S GIRLS GAME FEATURES TWO WBB CARDS TONIGHT
Basketball tonight on ESPNU will showcase the talents of two incoming UofL WBB players in Ciera Johnson and Kylie Shook.
The contest takes place before the boys' game and starts at 6:30 p.m. EDT. Elizabethtown, KY star Erin Boley, who is headed to Notre Dame, will also participate in the event...which is being played in Chicago's United Center.