April 10, 2012 - 9:00am
Today, I continue to look at my all-area college baseball team; in looking toward tonight's Louisville-Kentucky game.
Yesterday I took some time to look at some of the baseball greats to come through area colleges; today I picked up where I left off by looking at the outfield.In Left Field is Louisville’s Doc Powers, which is quite possible, the greatest baseball name I’ve ever heard. Powers stayed in...
April 9, 2012 - 9:00am
Baseball season is upon us once again and in honor of that I take a look at some of the greats to come through area college teams.
Ladies and gentleman, we stand on the precipice of baseball season. By the way, I just really wanted to use the word precipice to be honest I’m not even sure that applies here.
March 27, 2012 - 10:00am
Believe it or not we're only about a month away from the NFL draft, so what does that mean for area athletes?
Now, I know the sports world’s focus hasn’t turned back to football and well, neither have I really. To be honest I’m right now in a basketball/baseball mindset for obvious seasonal reasons.However, we’re just about a month out from the NFL draft, which is set to begin...
July 29, 2012 - 7:01pm
Calling all college students! Are you a college student interested in learning more about the performing arts? You could receive internship credit, free tickets, honorary membership, and more...
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts has launched a new internship program called ACTIV8 for college juniors or seniors who enjoy the performing arts. The program's mission is "that each student exits the program with a broader understanding of the connections...
January 30, 2012 - 10:00am
The Paul Hornung award finalists have been announced and the winner of the award will be honored next month.
For the past several years the Paul Hornung award, distributed by the Louisville Sports Commission, has honored the most versatile players in college football. This is in tribute to the Louisville legend’s own abilities in regards to being a utility athlete.