The University of Louisville women’s basketball team has advanced to the program’s first ever NCAA Final Four. The third-seeded Cardinals defeated top-seeded Maryland 77-60 in a regional final Monday in Raleigh, N.C. They’ll play the winner of Tuesday’s Oklahoma/Purdue game next Sunday in St. Louis for a chance to move on to the national title… Continue reading U of L Women Reach NCAA Final Four
The University of Louisville Cardinals have been eliminated from the men’s NCAA basketball tournament, falling to Michigan State Sunday 64-52 in the Mideast Regional final in Indianapolis. Louisville finishes the season with a 31-6 record. Michigan State advances to next week’s Final Four in Detroit, where the Spartans will face Connecticut.
The Louisville Cardinals have advanced to the Elite Eight of the men’s NCAA basketball tournament with a 103-64 win over Arizona Friday night in Indianapolis. The Cards will face Michigan State Sunday at 2:20pm. Louisville is the overall number one seed in the tournament. Michigan State is a number two seed; the Spartans advanced with… Continue reading Cards One Win Away From Final Four
The University of Louisville men’s basketball team plays tomorrow night in the Sweet Sixteen round of the NCAA Tournament. The Cards take on twelve-seed Arizona, after wins last weekend against Morehead State and Siena. Coach Rick Pitino says preparation for the game has been interesting. “They press the same way we press. Their zone… Continue reading Cards Prep For Arizona in Sweet Sixteen
The Western Kentucky Hilltoppers have advanced to the second round of the men’s NCAA basketball tournament. The 12th seeded Hilltoppers beat Number 5 seed Illinois last night, 76-72. WKU will face Gonzaga Saturday at 5:10pm in the tournament’s South Regional in Portland, Oregon. Top seeded Louisville opens tournament play this evening at 7:10 in Dayton… Continue reading NCAA: WKU Advances, Cards Play Morehead Today
University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino says this year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament is “wide open,” with no dominant team in the field. Pitino says it’s an honor that the Cards are the overall top seed in the tournament, but that won’t make the path to the Final Four any easier. He says his… Continue reading Pitino: NCAA Tourney "Wide Open"