Louisville ladies’s basketball seniors Arica Carter, Asia Durr and Sam Fuehring mirror after the NCAA Event loss to UConn. March 31, 2019
Sam Upshaw Jr., Louisville Courier Journal

The Louisville ladies’s basketball staff’s season ended on Sunday in the Elite Eight — and so did the completed tenure of one of the biggest players in Cardinals history.

After a four-yr career that included one hundred forty games, 2,485 points, and a number of other awards and accolades, guard Asia Durr is now headed to the WNBA. The draft is scheduled for April 10 and Durr is projected to be among the prime players selected.

However earlier than she will get there, she added another item to her trophy case:

Listed here are a few of the accolades she’s acquired during her profession:

  • ACC Player of the Yr (2017-2018, 2018-2019)
  • ACC First-Workforce (2016-2017, 2017-2018, 2018-2019)
  • ACC Freshman Workforce (2015-2016)
  • Related Press First-Group All-American (2017-2018, 2018-2019)
  • WBCA First-Group All-American (2017-2018)
  • United States Basketball Writers First-Staff All-American (2017-2018)
  • USA TODAY First-Workforce All-American (2017-2018)

This is how she finished in Louisville profession rankings (Leaders in parentheses):

  • Factors: 2,485 (Second: Angel McCoughtry, 2,779)
  • Subject Objectives Made: 851 (Third: McCoughtry, 1,042)
  • Free Throws Made: 409 (Third: McCoughtry, 552)
  • Free-throw Proportion: .818 (Fourth: Kristin Mattox, .852)
  • three-Point Area Objectives Made: 374 (Second: Shoni Schimmel, 387)
  • three-Level Subject Objectives Attempted: 972 (Second: Schimmel, 1125)
  • three-Level Area Objective Proportion: .385 (Fourth: Jill Morton, .445)
  • Games Performed: one hundred forty (T-Sixth: Myish Hines-Allen/Schimmel, 142)

Social Hour

This is what a few of the Cardinals needed to say after Sunday’s loss:

And from the Kentucky…