Add Event My Events Log In

Upcoming Events

    LouLife

    Print this page

    The University of Louisville football team suffered a tough loss to second-ranked Florida State on Thursday night, meanwhile  the men’s basketball team beat Barry (Fla.) University in its first exhibition game Saturday.

    Here’s what else happened in UofL sports this past weekend:

    • The men’s and women’s cross country teams finished eighth and

      12th

      , respectively, in the ACC Championships on Friday at the Panorama Farms Cross Country Course in

      Earlysville

      ,

      Va

      . The men’s squad was led by race runner-up Ernest

      Kibet

      , who covered the

      8K

      course in a personal-best time of 23 minutes, 21.7 seconds - 6.5 seconds behind race winner Martin

      Hehir

      of Syracuse. Fellow junior Edwin

      Kibichiy

      finished sixth for the Cards. Meanwhile, sophomore

      Benadate

      Cheruiyot

      led the women with a

      37th-place

      finish in a

      6K

      season-best 21:19.2. The teams will next host the NCAA Southeast Regional on Nov. 14.

    • The ninth-ranked men’s soccer team, which played

      SIU

      Edwardsville

      to a scoreless tie this past Tuesday, had its five-match unbeaten streak ended Saturday night as host, and

      22nd-ranked

      , Wake Forest outlasted Louisville 1-0 in overtime in an ACC match in Winston-Salem, N.C. The sixth-seeded Cards (8-6-3, 4-3-1), who could’ve clinched the Atlantic Division title with a victory, will next face third-ranked, and third-seeded, North Carolina at 1 p.m. next Sunday in Chapel Hill, N.C. in an ACC Championship quarterfinal match.

    • The ninth-ranked men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams swept Cincinnati in a pair of meets Saturday morning at the Ralph Wright Natatorium. The men’s squad sunk its

      Bearcats

      counterpart 210-87 while the women won 204-94. Trevor Carroll and Matthias

      Lindenbauer

      led the men’s team. Carroll won the 100-yard freestyle and was a member of the victorious 200-medley relay team while

      Lindenbauer

      won the 200 and 500 freestyle events.

      Kelsi

      Worrell

      and

      Tanja

      Kylliainen

      led the women’s squad.

      Worrell

      won the 50 free and 200 butterfly and was a member of a pair of victorious relay teams (200 medley and 200 free) while

      Kylliainen

      captured the 1,650 free and the 400 individual medley and was also a member of the 200 medley relay team. The Cards next host North Carolina in an ACC meet next Friday and Saturday.

    • The ninth-ranked field hockey team capped off its regular season with a 2-1 triumph at No. 19 Michigan State on Saturday afternoon in East Lansing,

      Mich

      . Junior Elisa Garcia had a goal and assisted Mallory Mason’s game-winner in the

      54th

      minute. The Cards (15-4) will next face fourth-seeded Wake Forest at 11 a.m. Thursday in Durham, N.C. in the quarterfinals of the ACC Championship.

    • The women’s soccer team closed out its season with a 3-0 ACC loss to visiting Virginia Tech on Saturday at Lynn Stadium. The

      15th-ranked

      Hokies

      , who were

      outshot

      12-7, scored three first-half goals to beat

      UofL

      . The Cards (7-9-2, 3-5-2) did not qualify for the ACC Championships, so their season is over.

    • The volleyball team split a pair of home ACC matches at the KFC Yum! Center. The Cards defeated Syracuse 3-1 Friday night before visiting Virginia outlasted Louisville 3-2 Sunday afternoon.  Against the Orange, Janelle Jenkins had 17 kills and a match-high 15 digs as

      UofL

      rolled to a 25-12, 22-25, 25-16, 25-14 triumph. Then against the Cavaliers, Manual graduate Maya

      McClendon’s

      team-high 17 kills and eight digs went in vain as Virginia won 27-25, 13-25, 25-15, 21-25, 15-12.

      UofL

      (14-9, 6-5) next plays at Miami on Friday night.

    • The women’s tennis team had a solid showing - sophomore Elle Stokes and freshman

      Ariana

      Rodriguez each won a pair of singles matches - in Purdue University’s Schwartz Challenge, which took place Saturday and Sunday in West Lafayette,

      Ind

      .

    Photo courtesy University of Louisville Football Facebook Page

    Share On:

    Related Stories

    Upcoming Events

      Event Finder

      Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes or RSS