Cardinals Cruise Past Boston College, 87 – 51

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The No. 4 Louisville Cardinals were firing on all cylinders in the 87 – 51 victory over the Boston College Eagles.

Louisville shot 52% from the field, while outrebounding Boston College, 38 – 27. The Cardinals have not shot above 50% from the field since facing Florida State on January 24th, 2018. With the 38 boards, Louisville broke its three game streak of being dominated on the glass.

The Cardinals ran past the Eagles in the first frame for a 23 – 11 advantage. It did not take Asia Durr long to heat up, scoring 6 of Louisville’s first 9 points. The senior guard finished the match with 23 points on 6 – of – 11 shooting from the field and 10 – of – 13 from the charity stripe. Durr also picked up 3 rebounds, 3 steals and 1 assist.

The Cardinals pulled ahead, 45 – 27, at the half. Durr led all scorers with 11 points, while fellow senior Sam Fuehring added 9 points and 6 rebounds.

The Eagles opened the third frame outscoring the Cardinals, 8 – 3, before Louisville came back and ended the quarter with 21 added points for a 66 – 39 advantage.

Louisville matched its third frame total, scoring 21 points in the fourth. Lindsey Duvall led the Cardinals in the final frame, knocking down 2 3-point shots and going 3 – of – 4 from the field.

Louisville finished the match shooting 52% with 16 assists on 31 made field goals. The Cardinals found its way to the charity stipe to rack up 19 points. Louisville also earned nearly half of its points in the paint (40 points).

The Cardinals converted 24 turnovers Ito 27 points and grabbed 11 steals.

Louisville moves to 25 – 2 on the season with the 87 – 51 victory.

The Cardinals had three players notch double-figures: Asia Durr led all scorers with 23 points and 3 steals. Kylee Shook tallied 14 points on 6 – of – 7 shooting. Shook also pulled down 7 boards and contributed 2 blocks. Sam Fuehring contributed 11 points on 5 – of – 6 points. Fuehring grabbed 7 boards and 1 block.

Arica Carter and Lindsey Duvall each added 9 points. Seygan Robins led the Cardinals in assists, dishing out 4 for the game.

 

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