Louisville owns a 5-1 all-time series advantage over Ball State.
The Cardinals have won their first two games by an average of nearly 27 points.
All five starters ended the game scoring in double figures.
The Cardinals enter the year ranked in the top 15 nationally in both polls.
Head coach Jeff Walz and each of the student-athletes spoke with media members on Monday.
Louisville Women's Basketball v UT-Martin
Louisville Women's Basketball Media Day
Louisville Women's Basketball v Maryland | NCAA Regional Final
Louisville Women's Basketball v LSU | NCAA Sweet 16
Junior Year (2013-14): Played in 33 contests, starting five ... averaged 5.6 points 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 career 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 a career-high 35 minutes against Connecticut.
Freshmen 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.
High School: Played three years at Franklin High ... earned 5A first team all-state honors as a senior ... named first team all-city as a junior and a senior ... averaged 28.4 points, 9.4 rebounds, 5.6 assists, and 7.3 steals as a senior ... finished career with 1,546 points ... scored a career-best 51 points in a game during final season ... tabbed an Oregon All-Star, playing in the Oregon-Washington All-Star game ... selected to the OSAA State Champions 6A All-Tournament Team as a junior year ... helped lead Franklin to a sixth-place finish in the state championship in junior season ... garnered all-state honorable mention accolades as a junior ... selected as the MVP for the 2010 Joyce Washington (Portland) All-Star Game ... totaled 16.4 points, 4.4 rebounds, 3.2 assists, and 5.0 steals per game in junior campaign ... named Portland Interscholastic League Player of the Year in 2009 ... was a four-year letterwinner for cross country and two years in softball ... played AAU basketball for American Horse from 2002-07, Team Concept in 2009-10, and the Oregon Reign from 2008-10.
Personal: Daughter of Rick Schimmel and Cecilee Moses ... born on Nov. 22, 1993 ... has one sister, Shoni, who played for the Cardinals and now plays for the WNBA's Atlanta Dream ... pursuing master's degree in sport administration ... earned bachelor's degree in sociology in summer of 2014.