The University of Louisville men’s soccer team wraps up its non-conference schedule when the Cardinals host Temple Tuesday, October 22 at Dr. Mark & Cindy Lynn Stadium.
When: October 22 | 7:00 p.m.
Where: Louisville, Kentucky
Venue: Dr. Mark & Cindy Lynn Stadium (5,300)
Live Stats: Louisville Sidearm Live Stats
Live Video: ACC Network Extra; Matthew Schumacker (pxp), Matt Banker (analyst)
Series History: Louisville leads 1-0
Last Meeting: Louisville 3, Temple 0 | September 28, 2013 | Louisville, Ky.
Louisville Cardinals 7-4-2, 2-3-1 ACC
Last Game: W, 3-2 vs. Boston College (Oct. 18)
Coach: John Michael Hayden | 1st Season
Goals Leader: Cherif Dieye | 6
Assists Leader: Cherif Dieye | 3
Points Leader: Cherif Dieye | 15
Shots Leader: Cherif Dieye | 60
Saves Leader: Jake Gelnovatch | 34
Temple Owls 5-6-1, 2-1-1 American
Last Game: W, 3-1 vs. USF (Oct. 18)
Coach: Brian Rowland | 2nd Season
Goals Leader: Sean Karani | 3
Assists Leader: Lukas Fernandes and Amir Cohen | 2
Points Leader: Sean Karani | 7
Shots Leader: Lukas Fernandes | 39
Saves Leader: Simon Lefebvre | 30
• Louisville won the only meeting between the two teams back in 2013. Ade Akinsanya, Ricardo Velazco, and Andrew Brody scored for the 18th ranked Cardinals.
• The Cardinals are 2-4-1 all-time on October 22, with their last game coming in 2011 in a 1-1 draw against Rutgers. The last time the Cards earned a victory on this day was a 1-0 win over Marquette in 2003.
• UofL is 196-139-46 all-time at home.
• The Cardinals are 43-14-14 all-time at Lynn Stadium, including 13-7-6 against ranked foes and 5-3-1 in NCAA Championship matches.
• Junior forward Emil Elveroth was named to the watch list for the 2019 MAC Hermann Trophy, which honors the United Soccer Coaches Division I National Player of the Year.
• Louisville has advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship five times in the last nine seasons, and has made the NCAA Tournament 11 of the last 12 years.
• The 2019 roster features 27 total players with 10 international student-athletes.
• International players account for nine different nations. It does not include two players who moved to the US after being born; Diallo Irakoze (Tanzania) and Haji Abdikadir (Kenya).
• A total of 10 different states are represented in Louisville’s 17 players from the US.
On This Date…October 22 (2-4-1)
|1986||Northern Kentucky||L, 1-3|
|2005||Syracuse*||L, 1-2 (2OT)|
|2008||at #22 Indiana||L, 0-1|
|2011||Rutgers*||T, 1-1 (2OT)|
All-Time Results vs. Temple
|9/28/2013||H||TEMPLE||W, 3-0||Louisville, KY|
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University of Louisville Athletics