Posted March 25, 2014 on louisville.scout.com
It will be a homecoming for Stephan Van Treese when the University of Louisville meets Kentucky on Friday night in Indianapolis. The 6-foot-9 Van Treese has become a key player for the Cardinals and is from Indianapolis. Cardinal Authority checks in with Van Treese on his return home.
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