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Friday, July 28, 2023

Cardinals in the ACC -- LAX edition -- FRIDAY CARDINAL COUPLE


Hello again readers and Happy weekend

Between house renovations and the baseball season I really don't know where this summer went.. I do know that I hate it outside right now though so catch me making the most of my AC unit and doing nothing when I can swing it.   

The next school year is going to begin in a couple weeks too and I wanna cover the last program for the ACC review I've been doing the last couple months..  Louisville Lacrosse.  


Vs Boston College 1-10 series history (2015-2023)

Vs Clemson
0-1 series history (2023)

Vs Duke 2-9 series history (2014-2023)

Vs. North Carolina 0-10 series history (2015-2023)

Vs Pittsburgh 1-2 series history (2022-2023)

Vs Syracuse 1-13 series history (2009-2023) 1-8 since joining the ACC

Vs Virginia 0-9 series history (2015-2023)

Vs Virginia Tech 7-4 series history (2008-2023) 5-4 since joining the ACC

2023 record 5-12 , 2-7 in the ACC
2022 record 7-11 , 1-7 in the ACC
2021 record 5-11, 1-9 in the ACC
2020 record (Covid Year) 5-4, 0-2 in the ACC
2019 record 5-13, 0-7 in the ACC
2018 record 6-11 , 0-7 in the ACC
2017 record 11-8 , 3-4 in the ACC
2016 record 12-6, 3-4 in ACC
2015 record 10- 8 , 2-5 in the ACC

ALL ACC Awards

2022 - Caroline Blalock as a grad senior Named USA Lacrosse Magazine All-American Honorable Mention...Emily Howell was named All-ACC Second Team and Ava Coyle was named to the ACC All-Freshman Team.
2021 -  Caroline Blalock as a grad senior named All-ACC Second Team, Bella Karstien Named to All-ACC Freshman Team

2020 – (COVID year)

2019 -   Tessa Chad named Named All-ACC Second Team

2018 -  Emily Howell named Second All-Team ACC

2017 - Defender of the Year, Jr G Brittany Read

2016 - Kaylin Morissette, earned all ACC First team honors Sr., Louisville, Midfield Cortnee Daley, Sr., Louisville, Midfield earned all ACC second team honors

At the helm...

Scott Teeter is in his sixth year as head coach of the University of Louisville women's lacrosse team. He is 28-50 in five years at Louisville.

In his first season at Louisville in 2018, the Cardinals won five of their first six games before finishing the season with a 6-11 record.


If you look at the number as they are, they don't immediately scream 'success' or 'improvement' right? But for this program you have to dig a little deeper. The Cardinals face some of the top national talent and have also put together some of the toughest schedules out there in recent history. So you need to give them some credit for that.

If you also look at Coach Teeter's entire coaching history, you'll see that he was able to take his previous school's program to regular undefeated conference records and to the NCAA tournament over a course of 14 year span. Teeter also inherited a tumultuous program here that needed a reboot. Id like to see what Teeter and the LAX program can put together next season.

As Always
~Go Cards


1 comment:

  1. Louisville is over their heads in ACC LAx and will continue to be a bottom feeder in the ACC for as long as they have a squad. Your coach is great guy, but he has no tradition, All-Americans or conference stat leaders. The mighty Louisville athletics reputation can't even bail this program out.


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