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NC State vs. Louisville ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament Highlights (3/7/21 – Championship Game)

Highlights, Shows, & Analysis, North Carolina State University, University of Louisville

The #2 seed Wolfpack have won back-to-back ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament Championships after defeating the top-seeded Cardinals 58-56. With the game tied, Raina Perez hit the go-ahead jumper with 2.1 seconds left for the Wolfpack, and Louisville’s Dana Evans’ potential game-winner at the buzzer hit off the back of the rim.

Syracuse vs. Louisville ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament Highlights (3/6/21)

Highlights, Shows, & Analysis, Syracuse University, University of Louisville

The top seeded Louisville Cardinals relied on a balanced attack as they got past the fifth seeded Syracuse Orange in the Semifinal round of the 2021 ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament, 72-59. Two-time ACC Player of the Year Dana Evans led the way with 13 points and 3 assists while Olivia Cochran finished with a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds in the win.

Wake Forest vs. Louisville ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament Highlights (3/5/21)

Highlights, Shows, & Analysis, University of Louisville, Wake Forest University

The top seeded Cardinals started their 2020 ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament campaign with a victory over ninth seeded Wake, 65-53. Hailey Van Lith led all scorers with 24 points, 5 rebounds, and 3 assists. Ivana Raca registered 13 points and 7 rebounds for the Demon Deacons.

Louisville’s Dana Evans Named ACC Player Of The Year

Highlights, Shows, & Analysis, University of Louisville

For the second year in a row, Louisville’s Dana Evans has been named ACC Player of the Year by both the leagues’ head coaches and the Blue Ribbon Panel. Evans led the league in scoring with 21.0 points per game, good enough for 6th among Power 5 Conference players. She has scored in double figures in 40 straight games, the longest streak by a Louisville player in twenty years.

Van Lith in midseason form

University of Louisville

Hailey Van Lith is representing for all the left-handed hoopers!

#1 dominates

University of Louisville

Top-ranked Louisville beats Syracuse in ACC women’s hoops action.