LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) Louisville Bats left fielder, Brandon Dixon had a day for the record books. Closing out the weekend series against Rochester, Dixon hit three home runs, becoming the first Bat to do that since Austin Kearns did it back in 2005. Bats won the game 13-6. Dixon finished the day 4-5, three home runs, and seven RBI. "It's just one of those things where things worked out. I was getting good pitches, taking good swings on them.
(Courtesy: UofL Athletics) LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The loud cheers coming out of Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium this morning were not from all the touchdowns scored in the second scrimmage of fall camp, but from the joy of the University of Louisville football players realizing that the grind of camp was over. With classes officially starting on Monday, the Cardinals completed camp with a 145-play scrimmage under intense heat on the field -- and from Mother Nature.
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) Moving along on schedule, that's the message coming from University of Louisville Athletics Director, Tom Jurich pertaining to the $63 million expansion at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium. To the naked eye, it's obvious they are moving right along at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium. A mild winter, mixed with decent weather this summer has helped the project stay on schedule. On Thursday afternoon, university officials gave the media a chance to see the progress.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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