Kelly’s Landing, with Gary Stevens aboard, broke a Churchill Downs track record established by Breeders’ Cup champion Kona Gold as he scored a 1 ?-length victory over favored Battle Won to take the $162,450 Grade III Aristides Breeders’ Cup Handicap for 3-year-olds and up.
Michael Bush and Brian Brohm of the University of Louisville were named to the 2005 Watch Lists for the 69th Maxwell Award for the Collegiate Player of the Year
Former University of Louisville baseball player J.T. LaFountain has signed a free agent contract to play professional baseball in the New York Yankees organization.
"NFL Europe is a great opportunity to improve your game by actually playing in games," said Texans head coach DOM CAPERS. "Dave Ragone took full advantage of the experience and I'm sure he's going to do everything possible to help his team win a championship."
University of Louisville coaches and athletics staff members will make six stops in June with the "Cardinal Caravan" in an effort to reach out to U of L fans.
Indie film about Madison, Indiana finally gets its due
If any team was destined to get help from above in the Louisville-Illinois game in the NCAA Tournament semifinals April 2, it should have been the Louisville Cardinals. After all, they were the team with a man of God (the Rev. Edward Bradley) on their bench.
Veteran observers of basketball in Louisville never thought they would see the day when another Ralph Beard or Darrell Griffith would come out of Male High School.
The University of Louisville football team will kick off its 2005 spring drills with a 4:00 p.m. workout on Thursday at the Papa John's Football Complex.
The University of Louisville's allotment of Final Four tickets are limited to season ticket holders who preregistered for this post-season event.
For the first time in 19 years, the Louisville Cardinals have reached the Final Four round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
Velocity Sports Performance Louisville, located at 11470 Bluegrass Parkway in Louisville, will host the 2005 Football Combine and Team Challenge. The Pee-Wee (second through fourth grades, generally ages 8 through 11) and Middle School (fifth through eighth grades, generally ages 12 through 14) teams will compete April 16 - 17 and the High School teams will compete on April 23 - 24.