Joe Tronzo will be heading to the commentary desk in the upcoming season, but before all that let's take a look at his impressive athletics resume.
Terry Rozier showcased his sweet shooting stroke among some of the nation’s top talent
Henry Bacon was a standout everywhere he went, more than that though he conducted himself with respect as such he is a sports legend of the Ville.
Rick Wilson is a legend in the history of University of Louisville basketball and for good reason.
Wesley Cox had a stellar career at Male and the University of Louisville before making it to the pros, this is his story.
Will Rabitan most recently has made a name for himself as a standout in arena football but he got his start at Louisville's own St. X.
The Orange Cow is a summer in a cup
Montrell Jones is currently a small business man, but what makes him a sports legend is athletic prowess on the grid-iron.
Learn the impressive story of Frenchwoman Jeanne Baret , the disguised 18th explorer and first woman to circumnavigate our planet. University of Louisville professor, Glynis Ridley, will present her tale as part of Locust Grove’s Afternoon Lecture Series this Wednesday, June 6th, at 1pm.
Earl Heyman is currently a standout boxer from the Derby City that's not where he got his start ironically enough though.
In a lot of ways sports science in the area goes back to one man; that man's story is today's sports legends of the ville segment.
University of Louisville associate professor of history, A. Glenn Crothers, will present his new book, ‘Quakers Living in the Lion’s Mouth’, at The Filson Historical Society tomorrow, Tuesday, May 22nd, at 6pm.