Louisville Leopards Athletics Letter Winners, NBC Award Winners, and Scholar Athletes for the 2016-17 school year.
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Alexa Oberster and Mandy Wesely each scored 6 goals to lead the Leopards past the Eagles 12-8 on Senior Night. Louisville improves to an unbeaten 11-0 on the season.
Alexa Oberster scored a game-high 18 points to lead Louisville past Carrollton 64-24. Other Senior contributions included Sarah Lairson with 10, Danielle Walter with 9, and Abby Beaver with 8.
This is a highlight video for Leopards Midfielder Emily Shea for the 2016 Lacrosse Season.
Alexa Oberster and Marissa Vick each scored a pair of goals to Louisville past GlenOak 8-3. Emily Hollifield, Liz Pugh, Emily Shea, and Mandy Wesely also added goals for the Leopards.
Alexa Oberster scored 4 Goals and Katie Hollifield also recorded a Hat Trick to lead the Leopards past the Cardinals 12-3 on the road. Louisville is now 4-1.
Celia Keefe made a crucial save with 12 seconds left and Emily Hollifield recorded a Hat Trick as the Lady Leopards edged the Royals 5-4. Keefe finished with 11 saves in goal.
Liz Pugh recorded a Hat Trick, but the Leopards suffered their first loss falling to the Golden Eagles 11-10. Katie Hollifield, Alexa Obester, & Emily Shea also had a pair of goals each.
Emily Hollifield & Alexa Oberster each recorded hat tricks as Louisville rolled to a 9-1 victory over visiting St. Vincent-St. Mary in the team’s inaugural home game. Emily Shea also scored twice for the Lady Leopards.
Emily Hollifield scored a game-high 7 goals to lead the Leopards to a 16-3 win over the host Blue Streaks in the first game in team history. Alexa Oberster also scored 5 goals & Liz Pugh scored 2 goals for Louisville.