Duvall joined Louisville from right down the road in Mt Washington and Bullitt East High School. She was a five-star prospect and was the 2017 Miss Kentucky Basketball recipient.
Duvall, who red-shirted her true freshman year, played two seasons with the Cards and will have two seasons of eligibility left. However, Walz said that if she could not find another place that fits her that her scholarship at Louisville will be honored.
Wherever Lindsey chooses to go we wish her the best of luck and look forward to seeing her accomplishments.
One would think her three-point skills would serve someone quite well. Internet chatter even had former Cardinal great and head WBB coach at Charleston University Becky Burke commenting favorably on Duvall on the roster. One talented three-point shooter playing for one of the best in Cardinal history. It has possibilities, I suppose.
Jeff Walz Press Conference
Right off the bat we heard a question about Duvall, which Walz went in depth on.
Questions to follow focused on how the coaching staff is remaining in contact with the players regarding practices and workouts, as well as their travel and safety.
One question that perked several ears up was his thoughts and comments on Muffet McGraw retiring. The assumption that "on-court" rivalries and words extend to off the court was shot down by Walz.
Walz was 5-14 against the Irish before McGraw retired. The Cards did win both games last year. They were blowouts.
You can check out the full video on Youtube below.
Also, thank you to Nick Evans for setting everything up and allowing us to stay in touch with Coach Walz. Paulie sat in on the teleconference and got a question in.
Community Service Recognition
13 programs at Louisville were ranked in the Top 10 nationally for their respective groups in service hours for 2019-2020.On top of their hard work in their sport and academically these student-athletes dedicate their remaining time out in the community helping others out and making the world a better place. Louisville Athletics has had a long tradition of excelling in their social outreach from student-athletes in assisting the community, and it is also something that the players take great joy and pride in -- helping others. We salute the efforts of our Cardinals and know that they'll always be there to contribute.
Here are the rankings for each of the 13 programs:
#1 Field Hockey
#3 Men's Soccer
#3 Women's Soccer
#5 Men's Swimming
#8 Women's Golf
#10 Men's Golf
#10 Women's Swimming
Happy Tuesday and Go Cards! Remember to stay safe!