Folks looking to find some nice UofL gear can find them at extremely discounted rates. There will be also sorts of gear available to purchase ranging from shirts, to shoes, the whole galore. If you want to look like the players, coaches, or me on a daily basis this is the place to go!
For me, this has always been a good place to go to find my size 15 shoes. And who can say "no" to an extra shirt repping the Cards? Swing by before or after the Cardinal Couple Radio Hour to see if they have anything that might suit you.
Women's Golf Departs for Stillwater, Oklahoma
|Women's golf at UofL baseball vs Indiana|
They will begin action on Friday for a three-day first round. The Top 15 teams out of the 24-team field will advance to Monday's action and possibly see themselves still playing next Tuesday and Wednesday.
Molly Skapik (senior), Olivia Cason (junior), Lauren Hartlage (sophomore), Delaney Shah (sophomore), and Kristin Engle (freshman) will accompany Coach Courtney Trimble in the program's second NCAA Championships appearance.
We wish the women's golf team a safe travels and good luck! Let's hope the Cards can stay "out of the water" in Stillwater!
Dr. Neeli Bendapudi Starts Day One
|Hensley and Bendapudi|
Dr. Bendapudi then joined the crowd at the baseball game. Originally scheduled to throw out the opening pitch, our motivated president was battling a rotator cuff injury from unpacking. In her stead, Megan Hensley threw a strike in front of the roar crowd. The duo exchanged laughs and smiles as they walked off the field to see Coach McDonnell.
I had the opportunity Louisville's newest star last week when she found herself walking in the front door at my work. Believe me when I say that she is going to fix Louisville and make this university one of the best in the country.
Other News and Notes
|Worldwide posing for an album cover?|
It may not be the type of music you hear on WCHQ FM 100.9 , but if you want to hear some local music come check out the Louisville Winds in their spring concert at Iroquois Amphitheater this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. It'll feature songs from the 1930's and 1940's including songs such as The Wizard of Oz medley, Disney medley, 76 Trombones (from The Music Man), Sing, Sing, Sing, and more!
Paulie wrote a great article on veteran race horse W.B.Smudge over at his other site...HANDICAPPING HEROES...that is a great read on a horse and his refusal to retire. You should go check it out at
Go back for his Preakness picks also, they should be available on Thursday. Our misguided leader made you a lot of money on Oaks and Derby if you followed the site.
Happy Wednesday and Go Cards!
- Jared -