Nov. 14, 2013
Louisville is a combined 36-70 against current members of the SEC.
With the win, the Cardinals improve their record against LSU to 3-1 all-time.
Louisville continues to be able to spread the scoring around as the Cardinals finished with five players scoring in double digits against LSU. This is the third straight game Louisville has finished with at least four players scoring in double digits.
The Cardinals have come out of the gates this season scoring at a record pace. Louisville is averaging 96.3 points per game over their first three games, which is the highest average in school history over the first three games of a season. The next best was the 2001-02 season at 87.3 points per game.
The Cardinals win over LSU marks only the eighth time in school history in which Louisville has won their first three games of the season. The school record for most consecutive wins to open up a season is 15 set during the 2006-07 season.
Redshirt senior Asia Taylor scored 23 points against LSU for her third consecutive game with double-digit points, only the second time in her career. She scored in three straight games during the 2011-12 season from March 3 to March 17.
Taylor set a new career-high in points scored finishing with 23 against LSU. Taylor also recorded her fourth double-double of her career and her first of the season with 23 points and 10 rebounds against LSU. She also set career-highs in field goals and field goals attempted going 10 of 16 from the field.
Senior Shoni Schimmel got back to her scoring ways against LSU finishing with a season-high 15 points.
Sophomore Cortnee Walton was able to clean the glass for the Cardinals against LSU pulling down a career-high eight rebounds.
Junior Sara Hammond was able to continue her scoring hot streak finishing with 11 points against LSU. Dating back to the beginning of last year's BIG EAST Tournament, Hammond has scored in double figures in eight of the last 11 games.