Asia Durr scored 24 points, including 12 in the first quarter to lead top-seeded Louisville past No. 8 Michigan 71-50 on Sunday in the second round of the women's NCAA Tournament.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/9W 88-40
- 11/15W 79-42
- 11/19W 95-62
- 11/2321W 70-54
- 11/2410L 69-52
- 11/25W 80-73
- 11/2913L 66-55
- 12/222L 85-74
- 12/6W 83-38
- 12/9W 85-59
- 12/15W 70-47
- 12/21W 76-35
- 12/28L 70-56
- 12/3112W 76-60
- 1/5L 71-70
- 1/8W 79-78
- 1/129L 83-69
- 1/1722L 75-61
- 1/20W 62-58
- 1/24L 70-60
- 1/2723L 77-73
- 2/113W 90-81
- 2/3W 76-70
- 2/7W 67-61
- 2/10W 66-62
- 2/14W 67-58
- 2/17W 70-56
- 2/21W 86-76
- 2/24L 74-64
- 3/3W 59-49
- 3/8W 73-65
- 3/98L 73-72
- 3/229W 84-54
- 3/241L 71-50
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In their final game on their home court, Asia Durr, Sam Fuehring and Arica Carter led Louisville past Michigan and into the Albany Regional semis.
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