The Louisville Cards exploded for five runs in the third inning en route to a 7 to 4 victory over Pittsburgh Saturday at Jim Patterson Stadium. U of L's 16th consecutive triumph clinched the regular season Big East championship.
Junior outfielder Coco Johnson had a pair of home runs and five RBI to lead the 10th-ranked Louisville baseball team to its 13th straight win, a 6-3 victory at Ohio State on Tuesday night at Bill Davis Stadium.
University of Louisville head men's basketball coach Rick Pitino is slated to be featured on the second in a series of three commemorative Maker's Mark bottles benefitting the Academic Center of Excellence, the school announced Wednesday.
The Atlantic Coast Conference has announced football scheduling plans with Louisville and Notre Dame in a matchup that will take place at Notre Dame in 2014.
CINCINNATI (AP) - Coach Mick Cronin has agreed to a contract extension with Cincinnati that would add at least one year to his deal and run through the 2017-18 season.
Louisville women's basketball coach Jeff Walz is upbeat about next season despite the disappointing end to the Cardinals' surprising NCAA tournament run.
Louisville staves off Michigan in the second half to win the NCAA basketball title.
The NCAA reminds fans with tickets at will call at Lucas Oil Stadium to pick them up early to avoid long lines Friday before the game.
Russ Smith led the Cardinal surge scoring 27 points as Louisville romped past Colorado State 82 to 56 Saturday night in the NCAA Midwest Region showdown at Rupp Arena in Lexington.
The University of Louisville Cardinals earned the nation's top seed for the 2013 Division I NCAA Men's Basketball Championship and will play their initial game at 6:40 p.m. Thursday, March 21 at Rupp Arena against the winner of the Liberty – North Carolina A&T match up.
Down 13 points at the half, then 16 points early in the second half, the Louisville Cards roared back, putting together an amazing run to rip Syracuse 78 to 61 in the title game of the Big East Tourney. The victory may land Louisville the overall number one seed of the upcoming NCAA Tourney.
Playing the final home game of their U of L careers, Peyton Siva, Gorgui Dieng and Mike Marra went out winners as U of L defeated Notre Dame 73 to 57 Saturday afternoon at the KFC Yum! Center.
Luke Hancock connected on four 3-pointers en route to a dozen points as Louisville held off Syracuse 58 to 53 Saturday afternoon in Syracuse, New York.
Gorgui Dieng stuffed the stat sheet on Saturday as he tallied 23 points, grabbed 8 rebounds and blocked 3 shots to lead Louisville over Seton Hall 79 to 61 at the KFC Yum! Center.
Notre Dame rallied late in regulation to force overtime and then captured an incredible victory over Louisville in five overtimes. The Irish won over the Cards 104 to 101 in one of the most thrilling games in Big East history.
The Louisville Cards improved to 19 -4 as they beat the Georgetown Hoyas 74 to 60 Saturday afternoon at the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, KY.
It was a short stay at the top of the polls for Louisville as Syracuse made a late second half run to knock off the Cardinals, 70 to 68 Saturday at the KFC Yum! Center.
James Quick, who led the Trinity Shamrocks to multiple state titles during his career there, and who was voted the Bluegrass state's Mr. Football for this past season, announced that he will attend the University of Louisville.
As WAVE 3 Sports Director Kent Taylor reports from New Orleans, coaches Charlie Strong and Will Muschamp shook hands on Tuesday and got a look at the Sugar Bowl championship trophy.
WAVE 3 Sports Director Kent Taylor says the Cardinals are expecting about 20,000 fans, many more than the Gators who had trouble selling tickets.
The Music City Showdown goes to the Louisville Cardinals as they defeated Western Kentucky by 23 points Saturday night in Nashville. Russ Smith scored 20 and Wayne Blackshear tallied 17 to spark the winners.
Trailing 54 to 44 with 12:26 left in the game, the Louisville Cardinals put together a 13 nothing spurt and went on to win over the Memphis Tigers, 87 to 78 on Saturday afternoon in Memphis, Tennessee.
Russ Smith rang up a career-high 31 points as the Louisville Cards crushed Missouri-Kansas City 99 to 47 Saturday afternoon at the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Kentucky.
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - At a news conference on Monday to celebrate U of L's bid to the Sugar Bowl, Cards head football coach Charlie Strong tried to diffuse rumors about his job status "Lately there has
Louisville's backcourt of Russ Smith and Peyton Siva combined for 44 points as the Cardinals had to hold on to defeat Illinois State 69 to 66 Saturday afternoon at the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville.
In a tight championship game, Duke outlasted Louisville 76 to 71 Saturday night in The Bahamas.
The Louisville Cardinals rallied to tie the game late in the fourth quarter to send game to overtime, but Connecticut came up with key plays in the the third overtime to upset U of L 23 to 20 Saturday afternoon at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.
Five impressive high school, prep and junior college products have each signed a national letter-of-intent to continue their basketball playing careers at the University of Louisville, ranking this Cardinal group among the nation's top recruiting classes.
The Syracuse Orange racked up 21 unanswered points during a second quarter surge and they went on to upset No. 11 Louisville, 45 to 26 for the Cards' first defeat of the season.
With only a month until the nation's best volleyball descends on the Derby City, the University of Louisville is igniting their final 30-day countdown to the NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Championship finals by welcoming three-time Olympic gold medalist and former Stanford standout, Kerri Walsh Jennings to Louisville.
Louisville quarterback, Teddy Bridgewater threw a career-best 5 touchdown passes as the Cards whipped Temple, 45 to 17 Saturday at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium in Louisville. U of L, now 9 and 0, is off to its best start in school history.
Louisville hung its ninth Final Four banner Thursday night and immediately began its pursuit of a higher focus this season: a national title.
University of Louisville head football coach Charlie Strong has been linked by many national college football pundits with the expected opening at Arkansas. This afternoon Strong reacted to the speculation when he was a guest on the "Jim Rome Show."