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Photo Gallery: Dana Evans 17-18

As a freshman Dana appeared in all 37 games and was named to the ACC All-Freshman team. She also led all ACC freshman with 3.7 assists per game. She will be an important spark off of the bench as the team chases a national championship.

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Locker Room Video: Louisville Players Talk Final Four

The Louisville Cardinals are Columbus bound for the Women’s Final Four!!

Check out the player’s reactions post celebration!!

Photo Gallery: WBB vs Stanford – NCAA Third Round

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Louisville women’s basketball continued their march towards a championship with a third round victory over Stanford in Lexington on Friday night. Click Here for full recap.

Couldn’t make it to the game? We got you covered from both ends of the court. Here is another great photo gallery from Jeff Nunn & TJ Barr from Cardinal Sports Zone. Enjoy!

Durr, Hines-Allen, Evans Earn All ACC Honors

Asia Durr, Myisha Hines-Allen and Dana Evans have earned All ACC honors.

Durr and Hines-Allen both earned All ACC First Team Honors from both the Blue Ribbon Panel and the league head coaches.

Dana Evans earned a spot on the All Freshman Team.

The Cardinals, ranked fourth in the latest AP Poll, are the number one overall seed going into this weeks ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Four Takeaways From Louisville’s 72-59 Win Over Indiana

Myisha Hines-Allen notched her fourth double-double on the season as she led the No. 4 Louisville Cardinals to a 72-59 victory over Indiana. Hines-Allen led all scorers with 25 points, on 12-of-17 shooting, to go along with 12 rebounds.

In a game where Louisville led wire to wire, it was easy to pinpoint the keys of success for the Cardinals.

Here are a few takeaways from this evening’s 72-59 victory over Indiana…

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AP Top 25 Preseason Women’s Basketball Poll

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AP Top 25 Preseason Women’s Basketball Poll

RANK TEAM RECORD POINTS FIRST PLACE BALLOTS PREVIOUS RANK
1 UConn 36-1 800 32 32 1
2 Texas 25-9 722 0 32 14
3 Baylor 33-4 709 0 32 5
4 South Carolina 33-4 674 0 32 3
5 Ohio State 28-7 635 0 32 11
6 Notre Dame 33-4 629 0 32 2
7 Mississippi State 34-5 619 0 32 7
8 UCLA 25-9 612 0 32 15
9 Louisville 29-8 546 0 32 13
10 Stanford 32-6 527 0 32 6
11 Oregon 23-14 485 0 32 NR
12 Duke 28-6 435 0 31 9
13 West Virginia 24-11 359 0 32 22
14 Tennessee 20-12 344 0 31 NR
15 Maryland 32-3 325 0 32 4
16 Missouri 22-11 315 0 31 25
17 Marquette 25-8 264 0 31 NR
18 Florida State 28-7 234 0 30 10
19 Oregon State 31-5 201 0 26 8
20 California 20-14 169 0 24 NR
20 Texas A&M 22-12 169 0 29 NR
22 Oklahoma 23-10 143 0 23 23
23 South Florida 24-9 117 0 22 NR
24 Michigan 28-9 113 0 25 NR
25 DePaul 27-8 65 0 17 19

Others Receiving Votes: Kentucky, 42, Arizona State 25, Virginia 23, Miami 21, LSU 11, North Carolina 9, Gonzaga 9, Florida 8, Quinnipiac 6, North Carolina State 6, Washington 4, Drake 4, Purdue 4, Michigan State 4, Georgia Tech 3, Kansas State 3, Syracuse 2, Alabama 2, Washington State 1, Indiana 1, Oklahoma State 1.

Sports Illustrated Ranks Louisville Women Fourth


Sports Illustrated released its preseason top 10 for women’s hoops.
The Louisville Cardinals come in at number 4.

Read more here: Women’s College Hoops Preview: Top 10, All-America Team and Geno Auriemma Q&A

Women’s Hoops Racks Up Accolades At ACC Media Day


Jeff Walz’s team is racking up the accolades at ACC Media Day.

As announced in a previous post, junior guard Asia Durr was tabbed ACC Preseason Player of the Year by the ACC coaches.

In addition, Durr and senior forward Myisha Hines-Allen earned All-ACC preseason honors from both the league’s coaches and the Blue Ribbon Panel. While, Freshman Dana Evans was one of five players named to the Newcomer Watch List.

The Cardinals were picked to finish second by the league’s 15 coaches, receiving one first place vote. While the Blue Ribbon Panel also pegged Louisville to finish second, receiving five first place votes.

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Two Louisville Women’s Basketball Signees Named State Players Of The Year

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Class of 2017 recruits and Louisville signees Lindsey Duvall and Dana Evans have landed on USA Today’s State Players of the Year list, with Duvall named to Kentucky and Evans named to Indiana. The two signees make up a recruiting class for the Cards that is ranked fourth nationally.