Catching Up With The Lady Cards

At the request of Card Game’s Sonja Sykes, University of Louisville women’s basketball coach Jeff Walz has agreed to do a series of updates leading up to the national runnerup’s 2009-10 season.

By Jeff Walz

All the girls we expected reported to campus and are in school and working hard. We’re undergoing individual instruction and the first week of school has been hectic for everyone.

Jeff Walz
Jeff Walz
  • Tise Wright is working hard to get in shape trying to get back with the team, and we’ll just have to see how the knee holds up.
  • Asia Taylor has been doing well with her rehab, and has been cleared to work out with the team. I am very pleased with her progress
  • Laura Terry, we hope, will also be ready for the start of practice.
  • We are working hard to get ready for the start of the season and everyone is excited to see how we progress throughout the year. We know we have some big shoes to fill with Angel McCoughtry and Candyce Bingham gone but the girls are ready to pick up the challenge and play hard for the fans.

Sherrone Vails Verbals To Lady Cards

The man knows how to recruit.

Still another big-time verbal for the University of Louisville women’s basketball team.

Sherrone Vails, a 6-foot-4 player from Odeton, Md., became the fourth top recruit to give her word to coach Jeff Walz to play for the Lady Cards.

ESPN: “She has incredible mobility for her size and gets up and down the floor with the guards. When she does get the ball in scoring position she’s able to finish and presents a real threat. Lots of potential will have them lining up at her door.”

She picked U of L over Duke, South Carolina, Virginia Tech, Purdue, Villanova and Wake Forest.

Here’s a link to a great video, with Vails in the lead role: