WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAMS GATHER IN CHARLOTTE
|"Cut !! Let's start again, Packer !!"|
Jeff Walz is there, along with senior Jazmine Jones to do interviews and answer questions about the squad for the upcoming season. Their will be a live coaches segment from 10 a.m. - noon that will be shown on the ACC Network.
Walz will also be on the network's Packer and Durham show at 9:20 this morning. He and Jones will be taking part in interviews all day and should be a fun thing to watch this morning.
#ACCTipoff is the link to follow on social media. You can watch the entire Media Day on the ACC Network .
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TIPOFF LUNCHEON SET
Mark Friday, Nov 1st. on your calendar.
|Can Coach top last year's stunning outfit?|
Doors open at 11:30 a.m. and the luncheon begins at noon. Tickets for the affair are $35 each or a table of ten for $350. You can get these at:
2019 WBB Tipoff Luncheon
Tickets are on a first come, first served basis...so don't delay !!
This is always a fun event and a chance to reunite with Cardinal WBB Fans -- plus-- make some new acquaintances. Hey, even the food is pretty good and you get a gift just for attending
WSOC HOSTS WAKE FOREST TONIGHT
The #19 ranked and 9-1 Louisville women's soccer team heads to the Lynn Stadium pitch tonight to take on ACC foe Wake Forest tonight. Game time is 7 p.m. and it will be shown on the ACC Network.
The Cards return home after a couple of ACC .road wins against Syracuse and Boston College. Louisville is tied for second in the conference standings with Clemson. Both are 2-1 in ACC competition. Florida State and North Carolina are tied for first with perfect 3-0 marks in ACC play
Wake Forest comes to Floyd Street without a win in their last five games. A streak that they're looking to shake. The Demon Deacons are 5-3-3 on the season and 0-1-2 in ACC games.
The Cards look to duplicate or better last year's 2-1 win over WFU in Winston-Salem last year. Overall, the Deacs hold a 3-1 all-time series lead against Karen Ferguson Dayes and her kickin' Cards.
We often talk about the term "student-athlete". Here's a shining example of that .
The University of Louisville softball team earned Easton/National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) National Academic Team honors for the 2018-19 season as announced by the organization Wednesday.
Louisville was one of 140 Division I programs recognized after posting a 3.157 team grade point average during academic year.Additionally, five student-athletes were named Easton/NFCA All-America Scholar-Athletes after achieving a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher. The following players represented Louisville on the list: Rebecca Chung, Celene Funke, Megan Hensley, Sidney Melton and Paige Schindler.
Keep it up in the classroom, Cards!
Have a tremendous Thursday!