The Louisville Cards have been eliminated from the women’s NCAA basketball tournament. The seventh-seeded Cards fell to number two seed Maryland 72-68 tonight in a second round game in College Park, Maryland. U of L finishes the season with a 23-10 record. Maryland advances to the tournament’s Sweet Sixteen round in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Louisville and Kentucky both begin play next weekend in the women’s NCAA basketball tournament. The pairings were announced tonight. The seventh seeded Cardinals will take on number ten seed Michigan State Saturday in College Park, Maryland. UK is a number two seed and will face 15th-seeded McNeese State Saturday in Ames, Iowa. The top seeds […]
The University of Louisville women’s basketball team has reached the Elite Eight of the NCAA tournament for the first time in school history. The Cards defeated Baylor 56-39 in a regional semifinal game today in Raleigh, N.C. Angel McCoughtry had 22 points and Candyce Bingham added 15 for the Cards. U of L, a number […]