In addition to individual awards, the Cardinals celebrated an abundance of team accomplishments
Cardinals look to build some momentum to finish up the spring season on the road
Cardinals kick off spring season on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. in Cardinal Park
The state-of-the-art soccer stadium will have seating capacity for over 5,300.
Farrell becomes top pick while DelPiccolo and Cochrane are selected in the second round
The Cards finished 14-6-1 (7-1-0)
Louisville Men's Soccer v Maryland | NCAA Quarterfinals
Louisville Men's Soccer v Northwestern | NCAA Third Round
Louisville v UC Irvine
Louisville v Villanova
Preseason BIG EAST Co-Defensive Player of the Year
As a Junior: Started in all 23 games for the Cardinals ... Played in the midfield before moving to the back line the final nine games of the season ... Dished out the game-winning assist against Indiana ... Scored his first goal of the season against Rutgers ...Was named to Top Drawer Soccer's Top 100 Upperclassmen list ... Dished out the game-winning assist against Bradley in the NCAA Tournament ... Also dished out an assist against Maryland in NCAA Third Round action ... Finished the year ranked third on the team in assists ... Registered 10 shots on the year, including two on goal ... Ranked sixth on the team in scoring with seven points on the year.
As a Freshman: Saw action in 20 games for the Cardinals, starting five games ...Earned the starting nod in the season opener but missed four games after coming down with mono...Took a career-high two shots against St. John's and Providence... Scored the game-winning goal against Rutgers, for his first collegiate goal...Finished the year with 10 shots, including seven on goal...Started all five games in the NCAA Tournament...One of just two freshmen to break into the starting lineup.
High School: Played three seasons at Atherton High School after playing his freshman season at Franklin Delanor Roosevelt High School in Lima, Peru...Earned all-district and all-state honors his senior year...Named team MVP his junior and senior years... Voted the Best Newcomer his sophomore season, helping guide Atherton to a 12-5-1 record...Finished his senior season with 12 goals and seven assists.
Personal: Parents are Hunter and Ruth Farrell...Majoring in sports administration...Born on 4/3/92.