Fans can purchase the book for $20 and have it signed at Cardinal Hall of Fame Café on Sunday.
The Cardinals finished the year with their sixth Sweet 16 appearance in school history.
Myisha Hines-Allen scored all 14 of her points in the second half to lead Louisville
Louisville improved its record as a No. 3 seed to 10-2 following two wins in Tampa.
The Cardinals reached the Sweet 16 for the third straight season.
Louisville Women's Basketball v Dayton | NCAA Sweet 16
Louisville Women's Basketball v USF | NCAA Tournament
NCAA Tournament on March 23, 2015
Louisville Women's Basketball | NCAA Practice Day 3 | Photo by: Michelle Hutchins | Louisville Athletics
Louisville Women's Basketball v BYU | NCAA Tournament
10th in assists with 392
7th in steals with 221
Tied for 9th in games played with 135
Tied for 1st in NCAA Tournament games played with 15
Senior Year (2014-15): Started all 34 games and averaged 7.6 points, 3.4 rebounds, 3.8 assists, and 2.2 steals … had 13 games with double-digit points, 11 with at least five assists, and 21 with at least two steals … ranked fourth in the ACC in assists per game … owned the fourth-best assist-turnover ratio (1.8) in the league … tied for second in the conference in steals per game … totaled 74 steals on the year, tying personal single-season best from 2012-13 … finished the year with double-digit points in all three NCAA Tournament games (13 vs. BYU and USF; and 11 vs. Dayton) … had 13 points, knocking down three 3-pointers, and seven rebounds against Syracuse … produced 14 points and a team-high eight boards against Florida State … pulled down a career-high nine rebounds against California … notched first career double-double, with 12 points and a career-high 10 assists against Old Dominion … opened the year with a season-high six steals against IUPUI (later matched that against Pittsburgh on Feb. 8).
Junior Year (2013-14): Played in 33 contests, starting five … averaged 5.5 assists and 3.5 assists per game … finished second on the team in steals (54) … posted double-digit points in consecutive games in the NCAA Tournament … scored 14 on 6-of-9 shooting against Idaho and then 10 versus Iowa … collected a combined 13 steals in the NCAA Tournament … had at least one steal in 26 games … helped seal the win over USF in the AAC Tournament with a steal and a pair of free throws … missed five games during conference play with a sprained ankle … scored 14 points on 7-of-10 shooting versus Ball State … the seven field goals is a career high … earned first career start against Austin Peay … set a season high with nine assists against Wright State … had at least five assists on 10 occasions during the year … delivered game-tying layups that led to overtime wins versus Oklahoma and Florida State … had a stellar game versus the Sooners, totaling eight points, six assists, and a career-high three blocks … netted a career-best 16 points versus Quinnipiac.
Sophomore Year (2012-13): Saw action in all 38 games … averaged 5.7 points and 2.8 assists … ranked second on the team with 78 steals … was second on the team in 3-point field goal percentage (35.6) … tied a season high with 15 points against Tennessee in the NCAA Elite Eight game … scored 15 points earlier in the year against Wagner … dished out a season-high eight assists against Providence … pulled down a season-high six rebounds against both Eastern Kentucky and Connecticut … collected a career-best eight steals on two occasions (Wagner, Purdue) … played 35 minutes against Connecticut.
Freshman Year (2011-2012): Saw action in 30 games … ranked third on the team in assists (41) … totaled eight points and five boards against Murray State … credited with six assists against Gardner-Webb … registered seven points and three assists against St. John's … in collegiate debut, had five assists, three steals, and three rebounds against Missouri State.