University of Louisville women's basketball coach Jeff Walz is in Colorado Springs, Colo., this weekend but it's not for a vacation.
Walz is an assistant coach on the USA Basketball Women's U19 World Championship Team and he's there for the tryouts.
But Walz isn't alone because there's several other players with U of L connections.
Among those trying out for the U19 team will be U of L freshman Mariya Moore, who led the team in scoring last season, and incoming freshman Asia Durr.
Moore was a member of the All-ACC freshman team, while Durr is considered the top player nationally in the Class of 2015.
Also trying out for the U19 team will be three U of L targets: Lauren Cox, Natalie Chou, Destiny Slocum and DiJonai Carrington.
Cox is a 6-foot-4 forward considered the No. 1 player in the '16 class from Flower Mound, Tx., while Carrington is a 6-foot guard from San Diego and Chou a 6-1 forward from Plano, Tx. Both are top prospects in '16. Slocum is a 5-7 guard from Meridian, Id., and a '16 target.
Another U of L freshman - Myisha Hines-Allen - is also in Colorado Springs for the Pan American Games team trials.