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Photo – @NCAACWS After Ole Miss knocked off Louisiana last night, the eight-team field bound for Omaha was finalized.  The elite eight get things...Continue reading »

Photo – UofL Athletics First and foremost, UofL is known for its powerhouse basketball program.  Coach Crum established the now storied tradition...Continue reading »

photo – @NCAA The Louisville Cardinals will meet a familiar foe when they open play in Omaha this weekend.  UofL (50-15) will meet their Nashville...Continue reading »

Photo – @GoCards For the second straight year, your Louisville Cardinals are going to the College World Series.  UofL once again came back on Kennesaw State (40-24), who led 4-2 after 3 innings of play.  In front of a record crowd of 6,007, UofL starter Anthony Kidson got the win for the Cards to go 9-0 on the season after going 6 innings, giving up 9 hits, 4...Continue reading »

Photo – newsobserver.com A record 5,351 fans packed into Jim Patterson Stadium to watch the Louisville Cardinals battle back from a 3-1 deficit...Continue reading »

(Photo – Associated Press) The Cardinal Nine will continue their push towards another trip to the College World Series beginning tonight when they...Continue reading »

Photo – @GoCards In the new era of power conferences and billion dollar television contracts, the amount of revenue college athletics bring in is...Continue reading »

Photo – AP September 14, 2013.   That was the last time Louisville had beaten UK in either baseball, basketball, football, or softball.  Ironically,...Continue reading »

Photo – timesunion.com Louisville (47-15) rode the arm of Anthony Kidston (8-0), who threw for 7 innings, giving up just 5 hits and 2 runs as UofL...Continue reading »

Photo – @ULFlyingCard The Cardinal Nine got the job done after a lengthy rain delay and late start at Jim Patterson Stadium, beating Kent State, 5-0.  UofL ace Kyle Funkhouser was dealing all night long, retiring 15 batters in a row at one point, while striking out 10.  He went 8 innings and gave up just four hits.  The Cards (46-15) will play Kansas (35-24)...Continue reading »