The Louisville soccer team has become the first team in the nation to win a national title and it has earned praise for its soccer philosophy.
The Cardinals won the National Women’s Soccer League title on Sunday and have been the league’s No.1 team since joining the league in 2019.
The team is also the first Louisville team to win back-to-back league titles.
It became the first Division I college soccer team to reach the final four of the NCAA Tournament since 2011.
The Louisville soccer club’s success has been attributed to the team’s commitment to the program’s goals.
“We’re very proud of our work and our commitment to helping other schools succeed,” said Katie Daugherty, head coach of the Louisville soccer program.
“Our goal is to help other young girls be successful in life.
Our girls are so passionate about the sport and they have so much energy.
We really appreciate their support.”
The women’s soccer team’s success in the league has been a success for the women’s and men’s leagues, Daugieth said.
“It’s been amazing, it’s been a great experience and we’re really looking forward to playing in front of our fans,” she said.
The girls have had a tremendous year, having played in all of the four tournaments in the NCAA tournament.
The program has won nine of its past 10 games and will face No. 7 seed Georgia Tech on Thursday in the quarterfinals.
The league is the first in the country to offer a women’s league.
The Louisville program is the third college soccer program to do so in the last 15 years.
It has won the Women’s Professional Soccer League and the Women of the Year awards.
Daugherty said she is proud of the girls’ accomplishments and the league is a great place for young girls to get exposure.
“I think it’s really good to see young girls get that exposure,” she added.
“We want our kids to see what we’re doing, what we do to get to where we want to be and what we are about.”
The league has produced some great young players, Daughherty said.
It’s an opportunity for all of our players to show what they can do, Doughherty said, “It’s an important part of our growth as a program.”
The Louisville program has been one of the most consistent teams in the conference.
In the NCAA playoffs, the Cardinals have gone 12-2 and have won five consecutive conference championships.
The Cardinals are ranked No. 6 in the AP poll and No. 4 in the USA Today Coaches Poll.
The 2017-18 season will be the first year the Cardinals will be competing in the men’s National Women, and Daugery said the team will work to improve the game.
“As a team, we have to improve and we have an opportunity to make the next step in the right direction,” Daugher said.
“But at the same time, I know our coaches will take it step by step, step by stride.
We’re very committed to improving and we want our team to continue to get better.”