The Cardinals advanced to the Sweet 16 after beating Ohio State in the NCAA first round on Friday.
Thirteen Cardinals scored in the victory over the Bearcats.
The Cardinals totaled 18 draw controls for the second time this season.
Eight different Cardinals scored in the team's first win of the season.
Eleni Kozas was honored before the game and scored a goal and caused a turnover on Senior Day.
Louisville Lacrosse v Rutgers | BIG EAST Semi-finals
Louisville Lacrosse v Rutgers | Senior Day
Louisville Lacrosse v Old Dominion
Louisville Lacrosse v Detroit
Louisville Lacrosse v Northwestern
Sophomore Season (2013): Transferred to Richmond and played lacrosse during the fall semester ... returned to Louisville in the spring and had to sit out the season due to transfer rules.
Freshman Season (2012): Had one of the best seasons in school history in the circle ... finished the year with 71 draw controls, second most in school history ... averaged 4.73 draw controls per game, which ranked second in the BIG EAST and 12th-best nationally ... tied for fourth on the team with 13 goals and had two assists ... also collected 12 ground balls ... had eight games with at least five draw controls ... compiled a strong showing against Connecticut, totaling one goal, two ground balls, seven draw controls and one caused turnover ... had multi-goal performances in three-straight games ... tallied two goals and an assist against Cincinnati ... netted two goals and an assist against Notre Dame ... won draw controls against the Fighting Irish ... scored a season-best three goals against Jacksonville ... tied a season high with eight draw controls, the third best single-game performance in school history ... first recorded eight draw controls the week prior against Vanderbilt ... registered first collegiate goal against Ohio State.
Prep: Talented multi-sport prep athlete ... played first three seasons at Roland Park Country School ... played final year at John Carroll High under coach Krysten Porcella with current teammate, Faye Brust ... a two-time Maryland Lacrosse Association All-Star ... played club lacrosse for TLC 2011 ... led the team in draw controls and ranked among the top five in scoring from freshman to junior seasons ... along with lacrosse, earned four varsity letters in tennis ... was a Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland (IAAM) doubles runner-up as a freshman and champion as a sophomore ... was the No. 1 singles champion as a senior ... named varsity tennis MVP that year ... spent two years on the varsity basketball and indoor track squads.
Personal: Daughter of Brian and Jane Gordon ... birthday is April 23 ... has one brother ... majoring in communications.