Louisville’s Quickness Stuns Oregon State, Cardinals Head To Final Four

Lexington, KY — The top-seeded Louisville Cardinals dominated the Lexington Regional to earn a spot in the Women’s Final Four. Junior guard, Asia Durr, was named the Lexington Regions Most Outstanding Player, while Sam Fuehring, Arica Carter and Myisha Hines-Allen were named to the All-Region team. Despite his team’s amazing season, Louisville head coach Jeff…

Louisville Powers Past Stanford To Advance To Elite Eight

Lexington, KY — The top-seeded Louisville Cardinals are moving on to the Elite Eight after defeating the Stanford Cardinal, 86 – 59. The fourth-seeded Stanford Cardinal, led by legendary head coach Tara VanDerveer, came into its 11th consecutive Sweet Sixteen appearance motivated. It was also Stanford’s third straight appearance in the Lexington Regional. The last…

Experience The ACC Championship: Photo & Video

Check out some of the photos and videos of Louisville celebrating its first ACC Tournament Championship. Confetti and balloons rain down as @UofLWBB wins their first ever ACC championship. #ACCWBB pic.twitter.com/lACnjICEcQ — ACC WBB Daily (@accwbbdaily) March 4, 2018 That 2018 #ACCWBB tournament CHAMPIONS feeling!!! 🏆🐦@UofLWBB YAH!!! pic.twitter.com/Je4bhEAUHo — ACC WomensBasketball (@accwbb) March 4, 2018…

Louisville Survives And Advances Behind Hines-Allen’s 21 Points

Greensboro, N.C. — The top seeded Louisville Cardinals held off Virginia Tech behind a stellar performance from its forwards. Louisville’s leading scorer, Asia Durr, started out 0-of-8 from the field and picked up two fouls before knocking down her first bucket, a three-pointer, midway through the second frame. With Durr rendered ineffective, Louisville struggled to…