For this edition of the UofL Women’s Basketball recap, we reflect on the Cards’ Gold Medal game in Canada to UofL’s first commitment in the 2024 class.
July 16th 2023:
The Cards defeated Canada 68-66 in the Global Jam Gold Medal game. Sydney Taylor led Louisville in scoring with 15 points, while on her way to earning MVP honors.
— Louisville Women’s Basketball (@LouisvilleWBB) July 16, 2023
The Cards went 3-1 in the round robin tournament and avenged the earlier loss to Canada. Taylor led the team in scoring throughout the tournament with 13.3ppg.
An MVP performance from @sydtay1or ⬇️
— Louisville Women’s Basketball (@LouisvilleWBB) July 18, 2023
Olivia Cochran (10.8ppg, 5.5rpg)
Kiki Jefferson (12.8ppg, 4.8rpg, 5.5apg)
Nyla Harris (8.8ppg, 6.5rpg)
What a week for @kikijefferson12 👏
— Louisville Women’s Basketball (@LouisvilleWBB) July 19, 2023
Sydney Taylor is a part of the U23 National Team and should be in Florida right now training before heading to Chile.
Have yourself a week, @sydtay1or 🤩
She's been named to the @usabasketball U23 3×3 Nations League Team and will compete in Rancagua, Chile, from July 24-30!
— Louisville Women’s Basketball (@LouisvilleWBB) July 17, 2023
Anaya Hardy becomes the first commitment in the 2024 class for Coach Walz and his staff. The 6’4 forward is from Detroit Renaissance High School in Michigan. Hardy chose Louisville over a host of other schools including Syracuse and Michigan.
— Anaya Hardy (@AnayaHardy2) July 18, 2023
Myisha Hines-Allen (6.5ppg, 4rpg, 2.5apg) 2 games
Dana Evans (8ppg, 4rpg, 2apg) 1 game
Asia Durr (6.5ppg, 1rpg, 0.5apg) 2 games
In case you missed it, CSZ’s own Dalton Pence & host of Locked On Louisville had a great conversation with UofL’s assistant coach Pineda.
Here’s the link Below:
🔴 Cards winning gold at GLOBL Jam
🔴 Roster changes
🔴 Expectations for returning players
— Locked On Louisville (@LO_Louisville) July 20, 2023