After having a Durr-ific senior season Asia Durr was recognized with more awards.
|(picture courtesy of UofLCard Game)
Kalani Brown- Baylor
Megan Gustafson- Iowa
Bridge Carleton- Iowa State
Teaira McCowan- Mississippi State
Arike Ogunbawale- Notre Dame
Sabrina Ionescu- Oregon
Alanna Smith- Stanford
Katie Lou Samuelson- UConn
Napheesa Collier- UConn
Besides being named to another All-American list 'Nite-Nite' was also won the Ann Meyers Drysdale Award. Ann Meyers Drysdale is the first collegiate basketball player named to the All-America team for all four seasons of eligibility The award recognizes the top shooting guard in women's D1 basketball.
(send in another guy from Building and Grounds, UofL, to help with the construction of the trophy case, it going to be bigger than anticipated)
Rowing is enjoying warm, sunny weather down in Sarasota for the Sunshine State Invitational for a
Lacrosse hosts North Carolina on Saturday at noon, right when the Cardinal Couple Radio Hour concludes. The Tar Heels come in #5 in the country and are coming off a close loss to Notre Dame last out. Lately, the LaxCards have had some close battles as the players become accustomed to the Teeter system so this could potentially come down to the wire
Paulie caught up with Coach Teeter Thursday for a pre-UNC interview that you'll find a link to below
Softball hosts a three-game series against national champion Florida State. The Cards and Seminoles play Saturday at 1:00, Sunday at 1:00, and Monday night at 7:00, with that final game being aired on ESPNU.
Volleyball will play several matches Saturday at KIVA over by the zoo throughout the day. Worldwide will be on-site and we'll catch up with him via phone on the Cardinal Couple Radio at 11 a.m. Saturday on WCHQ.
Women's tennis has concluded their home schedule, but hits the road to face Virginia Tech on Friday and Virginia on Sunday.
We also attach a great article from Louisville Lacrosse player Shayla Scanlan that was in US Lacrosse magazine recently.
LINK: INTERVIEW WITH SCOTT TEETER/LOUISVILLE LACROSSE 4/4/19
LINK: SCANLAN INTERVIEW WITH US LACROSSE MAGAZINE
Normally I don't have reason to listen to what Muffet McGraw has to say but her comments from yesterday were worth mentioning.
The Notre Dame head coach goes on a several-minute monologue regarding equal rights and the few number of women head coaches, athletic directors, and CEO's.
In terms of women role models in head coaching positions McGraw is one of the few that can hold that title. So yes, Muffet, I do applaud you for that.
LINK: MUFFET MCGRAW COMMENTS
Finally, a couple of the best comebacks to one of the most stupid questions ever asked at a Final Four presser, we give you Muffet one more time and Geno at the link below:
LINK: WHO COMES UP WITH THESE QUESTIONS, A FOUR-YEAR OLD? .
Happy Friday and Go Cards!