Louisville (24-10)

    Notre Dame's Sonia Citron & Hannah Hidalgo Too Much For Louisville

    Notre Dame's backcourt of Sonia Citron and Hannah Hidalgo gave the Cardinals all they could handle and more in their 77-68 win. Citron notched 26 points with 3 assists. Hidalgo continued her brilliant freshman campaign with 21 points and 6 assits.

    LOU 68, ND 77

    Notre Dame's Hannah Hidalgo Scores 30 vs. Louisville

    Notre Dame's Hannah Hidalgo left it all on the floor for the Fighting Irish versus Louisville. She scored 30 points and added 7 steals.

    ND 66, LOU 73

    Louisville's Nyla Harris' Double-Double Sinks The Irish

    Louisville's Nyla Harris was fully prepared to lead her No.15 Cardinals to victory over No.12 Notre Dame. She put down a double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds on 9 of 11 shooting.

    ND 66, LOU 73

    Louisville vs. Notre Dame 2023 Ally ACC Women's Basketball Highlights (2023)

    Louisville vs. Notre Dame: The fourth-seeded Cardinals knocked off the top-seeded Fighting Irish with a convincing 64-38 win in the semifinals of the 2023 Ally ACC Women's Basketball Tournament. Hailey Van Lith scored 15 points and Olivia Cochran added 12 points with 8 rebounds. Maddy Westbled led the Irish with 9 points.

    LOU 64, ND 38

    Notre Dame vs. Louisville Women's Basketball Highlights (2022-23)

    Notre Dame vs. Louisville: No. 10 Notre Dame trailed by 9 at halftime after Olivia Miles was forced to leave the game with an injury, but the Fighting Irish rallied for the road win over Louisville, 68-65 to clinch an ACC regular season title. Notre Dame shot nearly 60% in the second half, as Sonia Citron stepped up in Miles’ absence. She scored a game-high 27 points and went 10-14 from the free throw line. KK Bransford had a key 14-point contribution as well, hitting 7 of her 11 shots. For Louisville, Hailey Van Lith scored 23 points and pulled down 7 rebounds in the loss while dishing 3 assists.

    ND 68, LOU 65

    Miami vs. Louisville Women's Basketball Highlights (2022-23)

    Miami vs. Louisville: The Cardinals pulled away from the 'Canes and got the win at home, 71-57. UL's Hailey Van Lith was the star of the night as she scored a game-high 25 points. Liz Dixon and Mykasa Robinson combined for 25 points from the 'Cards. Haley Cavinder led Miami in scoring with 16 points.

    MIAFL 57, LOU 71

    Louisville vs. Boston College Women's Basketball Highlights (2022-23)

    Louisville vs. Boston College: The Cardinals dominated the fourth quarter to get a 62-52 on the road against the Eagles. Louisville trailed by four heading into the fourth quarter, and the Cardinals outscored Boston College 22-8 in the final 10 minutes, including ending the game on a 12-2 run. Hailey Van Lith once again led Louisville in scoring, going for 17 points against the Eagles. Liz Dixon had 13 points and 12 rebounds off the bench. Merissah Russell added 13 points. Taina Mair had 20 points, seven assists, four rebounds, and two steals for Boston College.

    LOU 62, BC 52

    Louisville vs. Notre Dame Women's Basketball Highlights (2022-23)

    Louisville vs. Notre Dame: The No.10 Fighting Irish needed a game-winner from Olivia Miles to get past the Cardinals at home in overtime, 78-76. The aforementioned Miles scored 18 points with 11 rebounds and 9 assists on the evening. Kylee Watson poured in 20 points on the night, with 5 rebounds and 4 assists for ND. Hailey Van Lith led the Cardinals with 19 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists.

    LOU 76, ND 78

    Clemson vs. Louisville Women's Basketball Highlights (2022-23)

    Clemson vs. Louisville: The Cardinals scored 51 points in the first half on their way to an 81-69 victory over the Tigers. Louisville shot 12-24 from behind the three-point arc while Clemson was only 1-8 from distance. The Cardinals had 23 assists on their 30 made field goals. Hailey Van Lith led Louisville with 19 points, going 5-7 from three-point range, five assists, three rebounds, and two steals. Chrislyn Carr and Norika Konno each scored 12 points. Amari Robinson led Clemson with 16 points, six rebounds, two assists, and a block.

    CLEM 69, LOU 81

    Louisville vs. Virginia Women's Basketball Highlights (2022-23)

    Louisville vs. Virginia: The Louisville Cardinals had to stage a comeback to get a hard-fought win at Virginia on Thursday, 63-53. The Cards trailed by 8 at halftime, but outscored the Cavaliers 37-19 in the 2nd stanza. Hailey Van Lith led the Cardinals with 17 points, 5 assists and 2 steals, and Chrislyn Carr chipped in 14 points, including a big 3-pointer to put the game out of reach in the final minute. Camryn Taylor led the Hoos with 14 points in the loss.

    LOU 63, UVA 53

    North Carolina vs. Louisville Women's Basketball Highlights (2022-23)

    North Carolina vs. Louisville: The #11 Tar Heels got their eight-game winning streak snapped on the road to the Cardinals, 62-55. For Louisville, it's their second win of the season over a ranked opponent. The Cardinals had a major advantage from beyond the three-point arc, connecting on 8-27 threes while UNC was just 1-12. Chrisyln Carr hit 5-9 three-pointers and scored 17 points in the game. Hailey Van Lith also had 17 points and has 7 rebounds as well. Deja Kelly had a team-high 13 points, three rebounds, three steals, and an assist for North Carolina.

    UNC 55, LOU 62

    Louisville vs. Syracuse Women's Basketball Highlights (2022-23)

    Louisville vs. Syracuse: The Cardinals went on the road and picked up a win over the Orange, 79-67. After training at halftime, Louisville ended the third quarter on a 7-0 run to take a lead that they would not relinquish. Louisville had 25 assists on 31 made baskets, and outscored Syracuse 31-7 in fastbreak points. Nyla Harris scored 12 of her 18 points in the second half to lead the Cardinals' comeback. Chrislyn Carr added 14 points, eight rebounds, and five steals. For Syracuse, Georgia Woolley scored a game-high 20 points and Dyaisha Fair had 19 points.

    LOU 79, SYR 67

    Louisville vs. Wake Forest Women's Basketball Highlights (2022-23)

    Louisville vs. Wake Forest: The Demon Deacons garnered one of their biggest wins of the season as they handed Louisville their second consecutive loss, 68-57. Wake's Jewel Spear was a star of stars going off for 34 points on 8-15 shooting. Morgan Jones led UL with 15 points and Hailey Van Lith was held to 8 points on 4 of 12 shooting.

    LOU 57, WAKE 68

    NC State vs. Louisville Women's Basketball Highlights (2022-23)

    NC State vs. Louisville: In one of the best current rivalries in women's basketball, #20 NC State went on the road and defeated Louisville, 63-51. NC State jumped out to a quick 19-8 lead, but Louisville was able to recover and take a 32-31 lead just before halftime. In the fourth quarter is where the Wolfpack defense took over the game. NC State held Louisville to a season-low 4 points on 1-16 shooting in the fourth quarter. Jada Boyd led the Wolfpack with 15 points and seven rebounds. Diamond Johnson had 12 points six assists, five rebounds, and two steals. Saniya Rivers came off the bench and had 12 points, five assists, and three rebounds. For Louisville, Chrisyln Carr scored a game-high 16 points.

    NCSU 63, LOU 51

    Boston College vs. Louisville Women's Basketball Highlights (2022-23)

    Boston College vs. Louisville: The Cardinals protected home court and outlasted Boston College, 73-65. Hailey Van Lith again lit up the night with 24 points and grabbed 6 rebounds for the 'Cards. Chrislyn Carr joined the party and chipped in 18 points with 6 dimes for Louisville. Taina Mair led BC with 16 points and handed out 7 assists of her own.

    BC 65, LOU 73