Nick Burdi and Kelsi Worrell earned the adidas High Performance Athlete of the Year awards.
The Cardinals finished the year with their sixth Sweet 16 appearance in school history.
The Cardinals reached the Sweet 16 for the third straight season.
Cardinals advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament
Shawnta' Dyer added 10 with 13 rebounds for the Cardinals.
Louisville Women's Basketball v Dayton | NCAA Sweet 16
Louisville Women's Basketball v USF | NCAA Tournament
Louisville Women's Basketball v BYU | NCAA Tournament
NCAA Women's Basketball First Round
Louisville Women's Basketball v Florida State | ACC Tournament Semifinal
Junior Season (2013-14): Played in 15 games before season was cut short due to stress fracture in left hip ... averaged 5.1 points and 3.7 rebounds in that span ... matched a season best with 15 points against Wright State and pulled down seven rebounds ... grabbed a season-high eight boards along with tallying nine points against Missouri State ... knocked down 7-of-8 field goals en route to scoring 15 points against Ohio.
Sophomore Year (2012-13): Played in 11 games, starting 10, before enduring season-ending surgery ... tore ACL and MCL in left knee in December ... averaged 7.4 points and 5.5 rebounds, while shooting 53.2 percent from the field ... scored a season-best 14 points against Colorado, knocking down 7-of-9 field goals ... recorded first double-double of the season against Valparaiso, totaling 12 points and 10 rebounds ... also had six assists and three steals against the Crusaders ... scored 12 points at Austin Peay to go along with six rebounds and two steals ... had 10 points and three rebounds in 16 minutes against Portland.
Freshman Year (2011-2012): Saw action in 33 games, earning four starts ... averaged 7.3 points and 5.0 rebounds ... ranked third on the team in field goal percentage (54.9) ... had a team-leading 165 rebounds ... scored in double figures eight times during the year ... had double-digit points in consecutive games to end the year: 13 against Michigan State and then 17 versus Maryland in the NCAA Tournament second round ... registered a career-best 22 points against Seton Hall on 9-of-10 shooting ... logged second double-double of the season with 12 points and 11 rebounds versus DePaul ... notched first career double-double two games prior, with 12 points and 13 boards versus Pittsburgh ... fell one rebound short of a double-double against Rutgers, totaling 16 points and nine rebounds ... collected 10 rebounds against Xavier.
High School: Played four years at Marion Harding High, finishing career as the school's all-time leading scorer ... named the District 6 Player of the Year as a senior ... selected the Greater Buckeye Conference Player of the Year in final season ... earned a spot on the all-Ohio second team as a senior ... was a four-time Greater Buckeye Conference first team selection ... named to the District 6 first team on three occasions (2007, 2009-10) and the second team in 2008 ... ranked No. 56 by ESPN HoopGurlz ... named a McDonald's All-America nominee ... chosen as MVP for the 2010 Ohio-Kentucky All-Star Game ... also played in the North-South All-Star Game ... averaged 20 points, seven rebounds, and three assists as a senior ... led team to a 23-1 record and a district runner-up finish that year ... named Fahey Bank Athlete of the Month five times during senior campaign ... averaged 25 points, eight rebounds, and one assist as a junior.
Personal: Daughter of Tara Dyer ... born on Nov. 7, 1991 ... has one brother, Shawn, who is a twin and played basketball at West Liberty ... pursuing master's degree in elementary education ... earned bachelor's degree in spring of 2014 in physical education.