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Louisville team not selected for TBT

There will be no Louisville team in this year’s TBT after all. Just hours after releasing the full roster for the “3-Time Champs” squad, coach/organizer Keith Oddo announced on social media that he had just received word that the team was not selected for this year’s The Basketball Tournament event. Among other reasons, the TBT selection committee was concerned that the team didn’t include more brand-named Cardinal players.
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Report: Former Louisville, WNBA star Shoni Schimmel arrested, facing multiple charges

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Shoni Schimmel, an All-American at the University of Louisville who went on to WNBA stardom, was arrested Monday in Oregon. Schimmel, who was put behind bars after an alleged violent incident, is being held on felony charges of assault and criminal mischief, according to a report from Fox News. She is also facing other allegations including, misdemeanor charges of menacing, recklessly endangering another, harassment and domestic abuse, the report says.
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Former WNBA, Louisville guard Shoni Schimmel arrested in Oregon

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Former WNBA All-Star Game MVP and Louisville All-American guard Shoni Schimmel is being held in an Oregon jail on multiple charges. The charges include felony assault and criminal mischief. Schimmel, 29, was arrested Monday and remained in the Umatilla County jail on $48,750 bail. The Sheriff’s Office website also lists several misdemeanor charges including domestic abuse, menacing, reckless endangerment and harassment.
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Former Cardinal Shoni Schimmel charged with assault

PENDLETON, Or. — Former University of Louisville and WNBA guard Shoi Schimmel is jailed in Oregon facing multiple charges including felony assault and criminal mischief. Former UofL star Shoni Schimmel arrested in Oregon. She is charged with several crimes including assault and harassment. Schimmel last played in the WNBA in...
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Former UofL basketball player, Shoni Schimmel charged with felony assault in Oregon

UMATILLA, Ore. — Former University of Louisville basketball player and WNBA player Shoni Schimmel, 29, was arrested in Oregon early Monday morning. Schimmel is facing felony charges including assault and criminal mischief, according to the Umatilla County sheriff's office. She was also charged with menacing, recklessly endangering another, harassment, and domestic abuse.
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Kentucky reaches out to Louisville native Kaleb Glenn

The Kentucky staff is off to a fast start as Tuesday was the first official day coaches can contact class of 2023 prospects. One of those players to get a phone call was four-star forward and Louisville native Kaleb Glenn. Jake Weingarten of Stockrisers broke the news Tuesday morning that Glenn was one of the first recruits Kentucky reached out to.
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Former UofL basketball star slammed with felony assault, criminal mischief charges, per report

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - One of Louisville’s former sports stars, who was also a WNBA All-Star game MVP, is facing felony assault and criminal mischief charges. Shoni Schimmel, 29, was arrested early Monday morning in Oregon after a “violent incident,” as reported by TMZ. The former University of Louisville basketball player was charged with assault and criminal mischief. Schimmel also faces charges of menacing, recklessly endangering another, harassment, and domestic abuse.
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Cards Cast: Louisville football recruiting coordinator Pete Nochta joins the podcast

June continues to be a very busy recruiting month for the Louisville football program. It already has welcomed double-digit prospects on campus for official visits, plus many other unofficial visits, along with hosting multiple elite camps, and yet the month is only half over. UofL recruiting coordinator Pete Nochta joins us the Cards Cast to share his thoughts on the program's recruiting efforts, the team's recently opened position on the recruiting staff, and more.
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Louisville's Chris Mack offers '23 five-star PG Isaiah Collier

Marietta, Ga., Wheeler High School point guard Isaiah Collier is one of the top players in the Class of 2023. And he's been busy with his recruitment on Tuesday. The 6-foot-1 Collier landed scholarship offers from Miami and North Carolina State and then added one from the University of Louisville. He landed the offer from U of L during a FaceTime call with U of L head coach Chris Mack.