November 5, 2012 - 1:30pm
Despite several opportunities the UofL Men's soccer team was unable to get past #10 Marquette Saturday night at Cardinal Park.
After winning the Big East Red division and earning a bye into the quarterfinals of the conference tournament, UofL's 12th ranked men's soccer team fell at home Saturday night to 10th ranked Marquette 2-1. The loss wasn't for a lack of opportunities as UofL (12-5-2) pressed the tempo...
November 5, 2012 - 10:00am
Saturday morning saw the annual Louisville half marathon and 5K, and I was in the middle of it.
The Post Office says that they deliver mail through rain, sleet, and snow; well friends and neighbors on Saturday I delivered freezing water in nearly all of those conditions in the Louisville Sports Commission’s half marathon.That is, as a proud member of a water stop team about midway...
November 4, 2012 - 12:23pm
Cold temperatures and rain that sporadically became sleet didn't stop 3,200 people from participating in the 2nd annual Louisville Sports Commission mini-marathon and 5K yesterday.
The Louisville Sports Commission held its second annual mini-marathon yesterday amid cold temperatures and rain that at times became sleet. Nearly 2,700 people participated in the half marathon, which got underway yesterday morning at 8:00. Both winners were from Louisville as Michael Eaton won the...
October 29, 2012 - 7:12am
Following regulation and two overtimes without any scoring, the UofL women's soccer team falls to South Florida in the Big East tournament.
The UofL women's soccer team(10-4-4) will now have to wait for the NCAA tournament field to be unveiled to learn if they'll be in it after falling to the USF Bulls (10-5-3) on penalty kicks Sunday afternoon in Tampa. After drawing with the Bulls during the regular season, UofL missed on...
October 22, 2012 - 10:00am
Manual came into Male on Friday, upsetting them much to the suprise of many in attendance, plus how does this effect Louisville high school football rankings?
The longest running rivalry in Kentucky high school football wrote another chapter on Friday night when the (66) Manual Rams upset the (24) Male Bulldogs 24-14.This rivalry has been one of the most steady and aggressive contests in area football, and for good reason. The game itself dates back to a...