University of Louisville Announces Native American Heritage & Senior Night; Set for Feb. 26th

Senior Night for Shoni Schimmel last season. Jude Schimmel will finish her final season this year. (File photo by Ryan Coody)

Senior Night for Shoni Schimmel last season. Jude Schimmel will finish her final season this year. (File photo by Ryan Coody)

LOUISVILLE – The University of Louisville athletics department announced Tuesday, November 4, 2014, family-friendly offers and single-game ticket promotions for the Cardinals’ women’s basketball team’s inaugural season in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Senior and Native American Heritage Night will be held on Thursday, February 26th, 2015 at KFC Yum! Center in a contest with Boston College at 7:00 p.m.

Senior guard Jude Schimmel, a tribal citizen of the Confederated Tribes of Umatilla, will play in her final season at Louisville. It will be her first season as a collegiate player without playing with her sister, Shoni, who graduated last year and now plays for in the WNBA for the Atlanta Dream.
Jude Schimmel will be driving the lanes without older sister, Jude, in her final year at Louisville.

Jude Schimmel will be driving the lanes without older sister, Jude, in her final year at Louisville.

Louisville is scheduled to play 17 regular-season home games, eight against ACC schools, in the KFC Yum! Center during the 2014-15 campaign. The Cardinals’ nonconference slate at home includes contests against Iowa and Kentucky.

All ticket options including individual and mini-plan packages are now available through the Louisville Cardinals Ticket Office.

Reserved season tickets remain available, including the Baseline Four-Pack of four reserved season tickets for $238. Season-ticket holders enjoy exclusive benefits, including savings of more than 40 percent off single-game pricing, convenience, access to special events, and purchase priority. Full-season ticket packages begin at just $4 per game. For tickets and information, call (502) GO-CARDS or visit GoCards.com/tickets.

Senior Day: Help celebrate our seniors as they play their final regular season home game. A special recognition ceremony for the seniors will be on-court prior to the game.

Native American Heritage Night: Setting a school-record for attendance with 22,163 screaming fans, last season’s Native American Heritage Night set the standard by recognizing one of Louisville’s most loyal fan bases. Special performances and recognitions will be held throughout the game and during halftime to celebrate Native American culture. Additional details coming soon.

Editor’s Note: This article first appeared in NDNSports.com. Used with permission. All rights reserved.

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