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Monday, August 15, 2011

Lady Cards dispatch of University of Fraser Valley 118-57


-Lady Cards roll past Fraser Valley 118-57

-Women's swimming & diving finishes with 3.4

They came, they saw, they had a lot of fun and they concluded their trip to Canada with a romp past University of Fraser Valley Sunday night 118-57.
"Sho"time had 17 points against Fraser Valley Sunday night.
The 61 point win was the smallest margin of victory for the team in the three games in Canada but against probably the best opponent of the three they faced up in the "great white north."

Balanced scoring and a suffocating press remained the scenario for the UofL hoopsters. Monique Reid and Shoni Schimmel led the Cardinal offensive production with 20 for Mo and 17 for "Sho". Asia Taylor and Cierra Warren finished with 14 and Tia Gibbs completed the double figure producers with 12. These five players...alone...outscored Fraser Valley by 20.

Louisville actually trailed most of the first quarter in this one. has a blog out there about it. 


The University of Louisville women's swimming team finished 2010-2011
with one of the highest GPA's in the nation at 3.4. Scholar All-American Honorable Mention awards went to Grita Apanavicule, Krissie Brandenburg, Nicole Landisch, Lindsey LaPorte, Fanny Lillestrom, Breann McDowell, Lindsey Stephens and Raine Thompson.

Cardinals getting it done in the classroom...a true sign of the term "student-athlete"...

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