The Cardinals went 4-for-5 on free-position shots.
The Cardinals advanced to the Sweet 16 after beating Ohio State in the NCAA first round on Friday.
The Cardinals' defense caused 12 of Marquette's 23 turnovers.
Louisville and Temple are meeting for the first time in series history.
Thirteen Cardinals scored in the victory over the Bearcats.
Louisville Lacrosse v Ohio State | NCAA First Round
Louisville Lacrosse v Rutgers | BIG EAST Semi-finals
Louisville Lacrosse v Connecticut Photo by: Michelle Hutchins | Louisville Athletics
Louisville Lacrosse v Detroit
Louisville Lacrosse v Cincinnati
Sophomore Season (2014): Appeared in all 20 games, making 16 starts ... notched seven goals and seven assists to total 14 points ... credited for 31 ground balls and 12 draw controls ... Finished fourth on the team with 13 caused turnovers ... totaled a season-high four ground balls against Vanderbilt (Mach 18) and Ohio State (May 9) ... recorded first collegiate hat trick against Cincinnati on April 6 ... also finished with a career-high five points against Cincinnati.Freshman Season (2013): Had a solid freshman campaign, starting all 17 games and totaling six goals, two assists, 27 ground balls, 26 draw controls, and 14 caused turnovers ... registered a ground ball in 15 games ... won at least one draw control in 14 contests ... matched a season high in draw controls with four against Rutgers ... also had two ground balls ... recorded first multi-goal game of career with two scores against Cincinnati ... scored a goal against consecutive opponents Syracuse and Connecticut ... tied a season best with three ground balls against Loyola (Md.) ... recorded two caused turnovers in four different games ... scored first collegiate goal against Denver ... had three ground balls and four caused against Canisius in first collegiate start ... named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team ... also earned a spot on two school academic lists: Dean's List and Athletic Director's Honor Roll ... a Red and Black Scholar.
Prep: A highly touted recruit from Severna Park High under coach Carin Peterson ... three-time county, region, and state champion (2008-09, 2011) ... a two-time all-county selection ... selected by student-athletes at the National School Girls Tournament to compete for a spot on the 2010 U.S. National Team ... two-sport captain as a senior (lacrosse and basketball) ... captured a state title in cross county as a sophomore ... won two county and regional titles in cross country (2010-11).
Personal: Daughter of Mike and Beth Patterson ... birthday is Dec. 4 ... has one sister ... double majoring in anthropology and physics.