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11:32 am
Tue June 3, 2014

Here's the Schedule for the Louisville Cardinals' Next Games in the Baseball Super Regional

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The Louisville Cardinals baseball team resumes its bid for a second-straight College World Series appearance on Friday afternoon.

The NCAA has the Cardinals playing Kennesaw State at 6:30 p.m. at UofL's Jim Patterson Stadium. 

Louisville and the Kennesaw State Owls will play a best of three series in the Super Regional. They'll play again at 7 p.m. Saturday. The third game, if needed, would be at 6 p.m. Sunday. 

The series winner goes to the College World Series in Omaha. 

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Local News
4:07 pm
Mon June 2, 2014

NCAA Baseball: Louisville Cards to Face Kennesaw State in Super Regional

The University of Louisville baseball team will play Kennesaw State next weekend for a chance to advance to the College World Series.      

The Cards will host a best-of-three super regional series against the Owls, who defeated Alabama today in their regional final in Florida. 

U of L advanced to the super regional with a 4-1 victory Sunday night over Kentucky.

Cards Coach Dan McDonnell says his upperclassmen have responded well to his call to be strong team leaders.

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Local News
12:16 am
Mon June 2, 2014

NCAA Baseball: Cards Beat Cats, Advance to Super Regionals

University of Louisville

For the second straight year, the Louisville Cardinals are headed for the super regionals of the NCAA baseball championship.

U of L beat Kentucky 4-1 in a weather-delayed regional game Sunday night at Jim Patterson Stadium to advance to the next round. U of L is trying for its second consecutive College World Series appearance.

The Cards will host either Kennesaw State or Alabama next weekend in the best-of-three super regional round.

In the Bloomington regional, Indiana and Stanford will square off this afternoon in their final matchup.

Local News
12:29 am
Sat May 31, 2014

NCAA Baseball: Louisville Cards Win Regional Opener

In college baseball, the Louisville Cards defeated Kent State 5-0 Friday night in opening round play of the NCAA championship at U of L’s Jim Patterson Stadium.

The Cards will face Kansas today at 5:00pm in the double-elimination regional. The Jayhawks defeated Kentucky 10-6 in a weather-delayed opening game. UK and Kent State will face off in the elimination game at noon.

In Bloomington, the Indiana Hoosiers defeated Youngstown State and will take on Stanford today

Local News
5:20 pm
Thu May 29, 2014

U of L, UK and IU Open Play Friday in NCAA Baseball Championship

Credit University of Louisville

The Louisville Cardinals,  Kentucky Wildcats and Indiana Hoosiers all beging play Friday  in the opening round of the NCAA baseball championship.        

The Cardinals and Wildcats are are playing in the Louisville regional at U of L’s Jim Patterson Stadium.

The Wildcats take on Kansas at 2:00pm, while the top-seeded Cardinals face Kent State at 6:00pm.

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Local News
3:06 pm
Mon April 14, 2014

U of L's Montrezl Harrell to Return for Junior Season; UK's Cauley-Stein Coming Back

Credit University of Louisville

University of Louisville basketball player Montrezlll return to the Cardinals for his junior season.     

Harrell, a forward, was the Cards’ leading rebounder last season and was second in scoring average.

He had been considering making himself eligible for the NBA draft, but believes another year at Louisville will improve his status.          

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Local News
9:28 pm
Tue April 1, 2014

Maryland Beats Louisville 76-73, Advances to Women's NCAA Final Four

Maryland has advanced to the Terrapins' first NCAA women's Final Four since winning the 2006 national championship, holding off Louisville 76-73 Tuesday night in the Cardinals' home arena.       

U of L's Shoni Schimmel scored 31 points in her final game as a Cardinal, missing a tying 3-pointer off the back rim just before the buzzer. Louisville (33-5) missed a chance for a second straight Final Four with the Cardinals' season ending shy of the national championship game they lost a year ago.

Local News
3:48 pm
Mon March 31, 2014

Pitino Says Harrell to Assess Draft Projections Before Declaring for NBA

Montrezl Harrell
Credit University of Louisville

University of Louisville men’s basketball coach Rick Pitino says  Montrezl Harrell hasn’t decided yet if he will return for his junior season with the Cardinals.

Pitino has been holding meetings with his players since the Cards were eliminated from the NCAA tournament Friday, and is advising Harrell to wait for projections on where he might be picked in the NBA draft before making a decision on turning pro.       

Harrell was the Cards' leading rebounder this past season and was second in scoring average. 

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Local News
1:30 pm
Mon March 31, 2014

Schimmel, Teammates "Enjoying the Game of Basketball," as U of L Aims for Final Four Berth

U of L Senior Guard Shoni Schimmel
Credit University of Louisville

In college basketball, the Louisville Cardinals will try to reach their second straight women’s NCAA Final Four Tuesday night when they take on Maryland at the KFC Yum Center.     

The Cards, led by senior guard Shoni Schimmel, are seeded third in the tournament and have soundly defeated their first three opponents.  

"I’m just letting the game come to me.   I’m having fun.  It’s been a blast these past couple of games.   We’re just enjoying the game of basketball.  I’m having fun just playing what I love to do," Schimmel said Sunday.

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Local News
4:49 pm
Sun March 30, 2014

NCAA: U of L Women Beat LSU, Advance to Elite Eight

Shoni Schimmel scored 19 points, Tia Gibbs added five 3-pointers and third-seeded Louisville rolled seventh-seeded LSU 73-47 on Sunday to reach the regional final of the NCAA tournament.

Facing an injury-riddled Tigers squad that dressed just eight players, the Cardinals (33-4) rung up another rout highlighted by a season-best 12 3-pointers with the two seniors leading the way. Schimmel was 3 of 5 from beyond the arc and three other Cardinals contributed.

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