Morgan Harris threw a no-hitter and struck out 10 to lead Louisville in a 10-0, 5-inning victory of over visiting Salem. Kaycee Ollis and Rylee Squire also homered for the Leopards.
The Leopards blanked the Quakers 79-0 to earn their first shutout in 8 seasons. Carter Mickley, Jax Leonard, Brent Paulus, and Blake Robbins all won by pin to lead Louisville.
Collin Chambers scored a game-high 19 points to lead 2nd Seed Louisville to a 45-34 opening round win against 7th Seed Salem. Carter Rode also scored 13 and Cole White added 8.
Chris Libertore finished with a double double scoring 23 points and grabbing 11 rebounds to lead Louisville past Salem 85-62. Jared Mathie and Derek Zeller also scored 14 points each for the Leopards.
Abby Beaver finished with a game-high 23 points and 7 assists to lead Louisville past visiting Salem 71-48. Alexa Oberster also scored 15 points and Sarah Lairson added 12.
Dillon Rebuck had a pick six and recovered an onside kick to lead the Leopards to a 34-14 victory over the Quakers. Louisville finishes the season 3-5.
Tyler Adams finished with 398 all-purpose yards, 4 touchdowns, & 2 interceptions to lead the Leopards to a 46-27 victory over the Quakers. Brody Hahn also had 5 total touchdowns.
Zach Fresenko finished 2nd to lead the Leopards to a dominating 1st place finish in the 2016 NBC Meet. Noah Chaplik took 3rd and Noah Murray placed 4th for Louisville.
Maddie Berkebile & Kayla Gibson netted goals in the final 14 minutes to lead the Leopards in a 2-0 Senior Night win over the Quakers. Celia Keefe also earned the shutout in goal.
Check out Joe Eitel’s current playoff standings for DIII, Region 9 heading into Week 7 and the Leopards statistical chances of making the postseason according to Fantastic 50.