University of Louisville basketball has certainly made their way into sports news as of late, and for good reason with the World University Games, the NBA, the ESPYS and more.
The NBA Draft commenced last Thursday, and was filled with suprises and area athletes.
Recently, Donna Bender Moir was inducted into the Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame, and for good reason. With a career establishing her as a true legend of area high school athletics is easy to see why she is a Sports legend of the 'Ville.
Louisville Cardinals All-Star Shoni Schimmel has been selected as a representative for the United States in the women’s world university games.
The University of Kentucky may not have made it to the NCAA tournament this year but they are represented in the NBA final four.
A Card and Cat champ are in the news but for two very different things.
Shaq is bringing his nationally famous All-Star Comedy Jam to the Louisville Palace; one thing you have to say about the future hall of famer, he may be retired but he has stayed busy.
Card Nation chanted "one more year" and Russ obliged.
Much to the shock of many the Louisville Cardinals made it to the NCAA women's championship game; despite coming up short against UConn; the team seems poised to do something really special in upcoming years.
Tuesday evening, the Cardinals women's basketball team took on the UConn Huskie. Louisville.com, hoping lightning would strike twice, spent some time at O'Shea's near Baxter and Bardstown in an attempt to capture a few photos of this momentous occasion.
Like their male counterparts the University of Louisville women's basketball team has reached the NCAA championship game where they'll square off with Connecticut on Tuesday.
The Sports Illustrated cover has long been the pinnacle for athletes and the University of Louisville have boasted a number of covers; not the least of which is recent covers.