Louisville football to host ‘blackout’ game on Halloween Tuesday, Oct 27 2020 

The Cards are asking fans to wear black to support the team as they host Virginia Tech at Cardinal Stadium on Saturday.


Louisville’s music therapy program introduces mobile clinic Thursday, Oct 22 2020 

By Delaney Hildreth —

U of L’s Music Therapy Clinic has been moving up and out recently. The clinic has been providing music therapy services to those with emotional or health-related needs. They are introducing a new mobile service they’re calling the Mobile Clinic: a vehicle that houses various musical instruments used for music therapy.

“The van provides a mobile, one-stop-shop that can bring more of our services and equipment around campus, on facilities, or at one-time pop-up events,” Chris Millett, coordinator of the Music Therapy Clinic, said. 

The clinic uses music as a method of healing and a way to connect with others. It’s meant to provide a distinct way for the clinic to extend its services to more people and more locations, either for scheduled use or for various events the clinic may hold.

“The mobile clinic has the ability to bring all our regular services anywhere, as well as providing extra storage for events where we might use a lot of items, like group drumming, and has a retractable awning for outside use,” Millett said.

Millett said the mobile clinic is especially beneficial during the pandemic.

“This has been exceptionally valuable during COVID, affording the availability to continue providing in-person services in a safe way.”

The Music Therapy Clinic offers innovative music therapy techniques to target those with disabilities and health needs and provides families with affordable options for services.

It continues to live out its mission statement by providing cutting-edge services to the public, safely and effectively. Students can arrange to utilize the mobile clinic or the Music Therapy Clinic’s other services by contacting them at uoflmtc@louisville.edu.

Photo Courtesy of University of Louisville’s Music Therapy Program

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Fighting Irish holds off Cardinals for a 12-7 victory Saturday, Oct 17 2020 

Notre Dame controlled the clock for more than 36 minutes, including a game-ending 14-play drive that burned the final 7:55.


Louisville basketball elects Jones, Williams to serve as co-captains for 2020-21 season Tuesday, Oct 13 2020 

Both will lead the Cards who were 24-7 last season and tied second in the ACC.


Ekic Leads Louisville to 2-0 Win Over Boston College Sunday, Oct 4 2020 

The win improves the Cardinals to 3-1 on the season, while the Eagles drop to 0-2.


Louisville soccer claims 2-1 Victory over Notre Dame Saturday, Oct 3 2020 

Louisville (1-2-0, 1-0-0 ACC) got off to a fast start in the conference opener, netting a goal in the 13th minute.


No. 21 Pittsburgh holds off No. 24 Louisville 23-20 Saturday, Sep 26 2020 

Malik Cunningham completed just 9 of 21 passes for 107 yards and a touchdown to go with three picks.


UofL announces attendance policies for field hockey, soccer matches Tuesday, Sep 22 2020 

If you're attending UofL soccer and field hockey games this fall at Lynn Family and Trager Stadiums, here's what you need to know.


U of L responds to NCAA notice of allegations Tuesday, Sep 22 2020 

By John McCarthy–

The University of Louisville released a statement in response to the NCAA notice of allegations Sept. 21. U of L is facing serious NCAA violations, especially since the Cardinals are repeat offenders.

U of L’s response on Sept. 21 argues that the NCAA’s allegations against the university “arise out of a criminal conspiracy to defraud the University of Louisville,” said the statement.

The FBI found, during an investigation of U of L, that representatives of Adidas had conspired to pay Brian Bowen, a highly touted recruit. Adidas agreed to pay Bowen $100,000 to play for the Cardinals and sign with the shoe company upon going to the NBA. These allegations resulted in the firing of men’s basketball head coach Rick Pitino and athletic director Tom Jurich back in 2017.

The essence of the Cardinals’ statement explains that Adidas attempted to defraud U of L with the deal offered to Brian Bowen and his family. Louisville’s response states that Adidas cannot both be acting in U of L’s best interest while plotting to offer a recruit compensation, resulting in the degradation of the university.

The 75-page response comes after U of L requested a 45-day extension to thoroughly finish their response. Louisville currently awaits a response from the NCAA.

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University of Louisville men’s soccer releases season schedule Thursday, Sep 10 2020 

By Cole Emery–

The University of Louisville men’s soccer program officially released their schedule for the upcoming fall season on Sept. 4. 

The 11 ACC men’s soccer teams competing in 2020 will play in two regions, with six conference games against regional opponents over a nine-week period. Louisville will be a part of the North Region alongside Notre Dame, Pitt, Syracuse, Virginia and Virginia Tech. 

The Cardinals will play two exhibition matches prior to competing in two non-conference games. The rest of the season consists of all ACC games and determines conference standings. The top four teams from each region are eligible to compete in the ACC Tournament.

Louisville Men’s Soccer 2020 Schedule

Sept. 12           vs. Notre Dame             3:00 pm

Sept. 19           at Pitt                              7:00 pm

Sept. 25           WAKE FOREST            7:30 pm

Sept. 28           at Kentucky                   7:30 pm

Oct. 2               NOTRE DAME             7:00 pm

Oct. 9               at Virginia                      7:00 pm

Oct. 16             at Syracuse                     7:00 pm

Oct. 23             PITT                                7:00 pm

Oct. 30             VIRGINIA TECH         7:00 pm

Nov. 6              at Notre Dame              7:00 pm

Nov. 15            ACC Quarterfinals            

Nov. 18            ACC Semifinals  

Nov. 22            ACC Championship          

John Michael Hayden is in his second year at the helm of the Cardinals men’s soccer program. Last year the Cards finished 10-8-2 and reached the third round of the NCAA Tournament for the third time in four seasons. 

The Cardinals are projected to finish fifth in the North Region of the ACC, as voted by the league’s head coaches. Despite being given the low rank, the Cardinals have junior Pedro Fonseca on the 2020 ACC Preseason Watch List. 

Attendance policies for fans at Dr. Mark and Cindy Lynn Stadium are still being reviewed and approved and will be announced in the days leading up to the first contest. ACC leadership, and its medical advisory group, will continue to meet on a weekly basis to share information and discuss medical issues related to the ACC’s return to play.

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