The Cardinals gave up a 3-pointer to open the second quarter, then didn't allow Wake Forest to make another basket for the rest of the period.
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Louisville’s signature is defense. That’s all the third-ranked Cardinals needed to get them going on a tough day against Boston College.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – The No. 3-ranked Louisville women's basketball team wasn't quite itself on Thursday night against Syracuse, but they …
On Sunday at No. 16-ranked Georgia Tech, Walz's No. 3 Cardinals needed a coach. A lot. They made only one basket and scored only three points the entire first quarter.
Both teams entered coming off long breaks and the rust showed early.
This past January, the Cardinals moved to No. 1 for the first time in program history on Jan. 18 and everyone stopped for a moment to acknowledge it. But things are different almost a year later.
Louisville got 14 second-half points from Hailey Van Lith, and 11 in the second half from Kianna Smith to come from behind against a UConn team that was playing without National Player of the Year candidate Paige Bueckers.
The smallest of mistakes led to a big lesson.
Louisville women's basketball coach Jeff Walz comes from the old Denny Crum school of scheduling. He's not shy about playing good teams. He isn't shy about taking his team on the road for real road games, not just hyped up neutral-site contests, though he'll play those, too.
The 5'-7" sophomore from Wenatchee, Wash., is a study in self-awareness.