Virginia Has NO Answer For Hines-Allen

    This post is from SB Nation’s Swish Appeal. Please see the original story and more of Paige’s work on SwishAppeal.com. Charlottesville, VA — The Virginia Cavaliers had NO answer for reigning ACC Player of the Year, Myisha Hines-Allen. Hines-Allen led the Cardinals to an 86-81 victory behind a career-high 31-points and 17-rebounds. Fresh off…

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No. 8 Louisville overcomes No. 25 Syracuse in ACC Opener

Post from SB Nation’s Swish Appeal. Please visit SwishAppeal.com to see more of Paige’s work as well as other women’s college hoops stories. Louisville, KY — The No. 8 Louisville Cardinals overcame a double-digit deficit to defeat No. 25 Syracuse Orange, 91-76. In typical ACC fashion, this matchup was nothing short of dramatic. The Cardinals, down 12 at…

No. 7 Louisville Returns to the Stage to Battle No. 17 Syracuse

(Photo Courtesy of the Atlantic Coast Conference/ ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament) The Louisville Cardinals squashed the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on Friday evening to advance to the ACC Women’s Tournament semifinals. The Cardinals will face the third-seeded Syracuse Orange in a battle for the ACC Women’s Championship. Greensboro, NC — The No. 7 Louisville Cardinals…

NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament First and Second Round Tickets

                  ****Editors note: Glad to see that they have fixed the issue with the ticket distribution The University of Louisville’s Athletic department released the following information regarding NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament first and second rounds. Potential Ticket Information Should Louisville Host NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament First and…

No. 10 Louisville, Myisha Hines-Allen Close Out the Regular Season with a BANG!

(Photo Credit: GoCards.com) Louisville, KY — The Louisville Cardinals finished the regular season with a huge 65-36 victory over the Pittsburgh Panthers. The Cardinals came out strong in the first period out scoring the Pittsburgh Panthers, 27-6. Louisville won the tip and scored first as Myisha Hines-Allen drove to the bucket for two. Hines-Allen grabbed…