Louisville Cardinals rising sophomore big man Chinanu Onuaku only shot 47 percent from the charity stripe last season, but he appears to be making a concerted effort to improve in that area for next season. In fact, it looks like heShow More Summary
Louisville Cardinals center Chinanu Onuaku isn’t a great free-throw shooter, but to his credit, the big man is trying to change that. During Team USA's FIBA U19 World Championship game against Iran, Onuaku channeled his inner Rick Barry and sunk a granny-style foul shot. Show More Summary
Erin Calipari, daughter of Kentucky coach John Calipari, has no problem defending her father or the Wildcats program on Twitter. Sometimes, she even goes on the offensive – and it’s usually against Louisville fans. Calipari was backShow More Summary
Rozier jumped off the board earlier than expected to Brad Stevens and Boston. Terry Rozier has been drafted with the No. 16 pick by the Boston Celtics. He's the second/first Louisville Cardinal to be drafted, along with Montrezl Harrell. Show More Summary
When Louisville's football team takes the field in its season opener against the Auburn Tigers on September 5, it is going to be sporting a fierce new look. Thanks to Adidas, Louisville will be wearing a new set of white uniforms. The biggest change to the duds is a very fierce cardinal. Show More Summary
Was anyone worried about what a cardinal would do if it escaped its cage?
The Cardinals will wear the uniforms in their season opener against Auburn. Adidas announced Louisville's new "UNCAGED" football uniforms Thursday in a press release, to be worn first in the season opener against Auburn September 5. The...Show More Summary
Quentin Goodin, a 6-foot-2, point guard from Campbellsville, KY., picked up a scholarship offer from Rick Pitino in early January while on an official visit at the KFC Yum! Center. Since then, Goodin has been high on the Cardinals, but...Show More Summary
This isn't the first time a Louisville Cardinal showcased his soccer skills.
The following alley-oop pass from Louisville guard David Levitch is one of the best we’ve ever seen. The Cardinals’ guard was in Louisville’s facility, messing around with teammate Jaylen Johnson, when he kicked this awesome hacky-sack...Show More Summary
Archbishop of Louisville, Ky. Joseph Kurtz, president, U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, right, and Cardinal Donald Wuerl, archbishop of Washington, brief the news media on “Laudato Si”, Pope Francis’ encyclical on the environment, in Washington, June 18. Show More Summary
Two players who should be incredibly important to the future success of the Louisville men’s basketball program have been hanging out together. Damion Lee, the graduate transfer from Drexel who will play for the Cardinals this season, and five-star small forward V.J. Show More Summary
Louisville Cardinals forward Montrezl Harrell, a potential lottery pick in the upcoming 2015 NBA draft, reportedly suffered an ankle injury Wednesday while working out with the Milwaukee Bucks. Continue for updates. Extent of Injury Uncertain Wednesday, June 17 Charles Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported the news of a sprained ankle. Show More Summary
When it comes to sports in Louisville, it is all about Cardinals basketball and horse racing. Louisville head coach Rick Pitino has helped Louisville emerge as a true national power in recent years, but the biggest superstar in town at the moment is Triple Crown winner American Pharoah. Show More Summary
The Louisville Cardinals have added walk-on guard Jay Henderson. Head coach and Hall of Famer Rick Pitino reported the news, while appearing on SB Nation’s Card Chronicle podcast. A former star for Florida’s Lake Highland Prep, Henderson...Show More Summary
Paul VI star V.J. King commits to Louisville and becomes Cardinals' first Class of 2016 commit
The Louisville Cardinals' 2016 recruiting class is off to a rousing start with the addition of highly touted small forward V.J. King. King announced his Louisville commitment Friday to Scout.com's Evan Daniels: In an Instagram post,Show More Summary
The Louisville Cardinals have their first building block for another strong recruiting class in 2016. Ohio native V.J. King picked the Cardinals on Friday afternoon over Kentucky and UConn. King is ranked as the No. 25 player in the class of 2016, according to ESPN. We'll update this story as it develops.
V.J. King, a 6-foot-7 2016 small forward from Paul VI (Va.), is headed to Louisville. Ranked No. 25 by ESPN.com and No. 16 by 247Sports.com, King chose the Cardinals over Kentucky and UConn on Friday. “I have an interest in Louisville,” he told SNY.tv in January. “They play so fast.” King took an official visit to […]
Louisville announced a contract extension Tuesday for head basketball coach Rick Pitino that will keep him with the program for another decade through the 2025-26 season. Kenny Klein of the Cardinals athletic department confirmed the...Show More Summary