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U of L Men's Soccer Picked To Finish 2nd in AAC


The American Athletic Conference coaches think highly of Louisville despite losing #1 MLS draft pick Andrew Farrell to the New England Revolution and future MLS pick Dylan Mares to Indiana.

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Sorry For All the Football from Fox Sports 1


Do you dream of bathing in an unending wave of college football goodness? Do you ever feel like you just see too much of your girlfriend, the sun or your Jack Russell, Bo?  If so, do we have...

Cards Fall Short At Maryland In 3-1 Loss


Maryland wins rematch at College Park

Late Own Goal Seals 2-1 UofL Win Over Northwestern


Another magical night at Cardinal Park

Louisville Leads Winthrop 2-0 At The Half

A fast start for Louisville leads to a comfortable cushion at the break.

Men's Soccer Awarded 10th Seed In NCAA Tournament

Despite losing 5 of its 18 games, Louisville (12-5-1) earned a favorable 10 seed as an at-large team in today's 2012 NCAA tournament draw, presumably on the strength of its schedule.

The Greatest Day In Louisville Soccer History: Four Cards Taken In 2012 MLS Draft


Some would call it "The greatest day in Louisville soccer history" after four Louisville players were selected in the 2012 MLS SuperDraft, including three in the first round alone. Joking aside, it...

Men's Soccer: Cards Outlast Bradley 3-2 On Golden Goal


The intermission music was tacky, the officiating questionable, and Louisville looked defeated for most of the second half after Bradley forward Scott Davis scored his first career goal in the 54th...

Louisville men's soccer earn No. 12 overall seed in NCAA tournament


The Louisville men's soccer team is the No. 12 overall seed in this year's NCAA Tournament, securing a first round bye and home field advantage for their second round game. The Cardinals were...

Cards soccer face Notre Dame Saturday on Fox Soccer Channel

Via Louisville opens Big East play Saturday night on the road in another matchup of ranked teams. The Cardinals visit Notre Dame in a game that will be televised live on Fox Soccer Channel. Kickoff from Alumni Stadium is set for 7 PM EST. The Cards are getting scoring from a myriad of players so far this season, and [Head Coach] Ken Lolla knows the Cards' depth plays in their favor. All-American Colin Rolfe leads the team with seven points from two goals and three assists, but nine different players have hit the back of the net for Louisville this season. UCLA transfer Michael Roman leads the team with three goals, while Buck Tufty and Chase Rodgers have also scored multiple times since the Cards opened the 2011 campaign. You can also check out video of Ken Lolla's Notre Dame preview here: Irish preview

Louisville Men's Soccer MatchDay


Via: http://thesoccerville.wordpress.com/ The wait is over, as the top-ranked Louisville Cardinals officially open the season tonight at Cardinal Park. Rather than ease into the 2011 campaign, they’ll face the biggest test possible in the opener, as #2 UCLA come to town hoping to dethrone the Cards. Kickoff from Cardinal Park is set for 7 PM EST. Live stats here: CBS GameTracker Video here (requires Premium CardsTV subscription): CardsTV

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