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.
The Cardinals own a 26-4 all-time record against Bulls.
Louisville Women's Basketball v Dayton | NCAA Sweet 16
Louisville falls to Dayton, 82-66, in the 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
15th in scoring with 1,214 points
4th in steals with 270
6th in free throws made with 341
4th in games played with 140
Tied for 1st in NCAA Tournament games played with 15
Senior Year (2014-15): Played in all 34 games, starting 23 ... averaged 8.3 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 3.1 assists ... scored in double figures 14 times and had 20 games with at least two steals ... tied for the team lead with 74 steals ... set a single-season best with 104 assists ... tied for second in the ACC in steals per game (2.2) and was 13th in assists per game ... boasted the ninth-best assist-turnover ratio ... recorded the sixth triple-double in program history, totaling a career-high 22 points, 10 rebounds, and a career-high 10 assists against Western Kentucky ... was one of 16 Division I student-athletes to achieve the feat over the course of the year ... produced 11 points, two blocks, and a career-tying best seven steals against BYU in the NCAA Tournament ... it is tied for the third most steals in an NCAA Tournament game in school history ... also collected seven steals against Boston College ... had a solid outing against Miami (Fla.), with 13 points, seven rebounds, six assists, and four steals ... had 15 points against Kentucky, connecting on a season-best 9-of-10 free throws ... became the 24th member of the school’s 1,000-point club in the win over Lafayette (Nov. 28) ... opened the year with consecutive double digit point performances (15 vs. IUPUI; 14 vs. UT-Martin).
Junior Year (2013-14): Selected to the all-American Athletic Conference second team ... earned the starting nod in 32 of 35 games played ... averaged 7.6 points and 4.3 rebounds, while totaling a team-best 55 steals ... in conference-only stats, ranked 12th in assists (3.1) and 13th in steals (1.6) per game ... had the eighth-best assist-turnover ratio (1.3) ... scored 10 points and had four steals versus Houston in the AAC Tournament quarterfinals ... reached double-digit points on 13 occasions during the year ... had three-consecutive games with 13 points (Colorado, SMU, Temple) ... notched first double-double of the year -- third of career -- against SMU with 13 points and a career-best 11 boards ... tallied four steals in three-straight games (Temple, Cincinnati, USF) ... finished the year with multiple steals in 16 games ... accrued nine assists versus SMU ... matched a season high with 16 points against Western Kentucky ... connected on eight field goals versus the Hilltoppers ... totaled 11 points against LSU ... opened the year with 16 points, eight rebounds, and three steals versus Loyola Chicago.
Sophomore Year (2012-13): Named to the Oklahoma City Regional all-Tournament Team ... saw action in 38 games, starting 32 ... finished the year averaging 9.5 points and 4.3 rebounds ... ranked 10th in the conference in steals per game (2.1) ... led the team with 78 steals ... reached double-digit points in four NCAA Tournament games ... had 17 points versus Cal on 6-of-7 shooting ... recorded first double-double of the season against Middle Tennessee in NCAA Tournament with 10 points and a season-best 10 rebounds ... dished out a season-best six assists three times (Washington State, Marquette, Middle Tennessee) ... scored a season-high 21 points against DePaul ... reached double-figure points on 17 occasions ... knocked down a career high 13 of 15 from the foul line against DePaul ... recorded a career high with seven steals against Rutgers ... blocked a career-high four shots against Georgetown.
Freshman Year (2011-12): Named a Full Court third team freshman All-American ... started all 33 games ... unanimous selection to the BIG EAST all-Freshman team ... earned BIG EAST Freshman of the Week honors twice ... ranked third on the team in minutes played (27.1) and offensive rebounds (145) ... led the team in free throws, getting to the line 92 times and connecting on 70 percent ... had the second most defensive rebounds (102), assists (69), and steals (63) ... scored in double figures in 19 games ... finished the year averaging 9.2 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 1.9 steals ... registered first career double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds versus Villanova ... scored a season-best 20 points against Texas A&M ... had 10 points and seven assists against Georgetown ... had 10 points against Rutgers, going 8-of-8 from the charity stripe ... opened the season with 10 points and six steals against Missouri State.
High School: A four-year starter on the varsity squad at Christ the King Regional High ... ranked the No. 8 player nationally by ESPN HoopGurlz ... first New York City player -- boys or girls -- to be selected to the prestigious McDonald’s All-American Game ... earned WBCA All-America honors ... named Miss New York Basketball in 2011 ... selected as a Parade All-American in both junior and senior years ... earned first team all-city accolades as both a junior and a senior ... member of the FIBA U.S. U-17 National Team that won gold at the 2010 World Championships ... invited to the USA Basketball U-19 Trials ... selected as the 2011 New York Daily News Player of the Year ... finished senior year averaging 21.1 points, 7.5 rebounds, and 4.7 assists ... scored a season-best 31 points in a win over Nazareth as a senior ... registered first triple-double with 20.0 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists against Bishop Loughlin that year ... as a junior, averaged 18 points, seven rebounds, four assists, and four steals ... helped lead high school to two state titles during tenure ... named the tournament's MVP after netting 19 points and collecting nine boards in the championship ... as a senior, helped school to a 21-9 record and a runner-up finish in the CHSAA Brooklyn/Queens Division I Tournament, falling to nationally ranked Nazareth in the CHSAA Class AA state finals ... scored a career-high 40 points against Mary Louis Academy in 2009 ... played AAU basketball for the Philadelphia Belles.