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Saturday, March 5, 2011

Louisville advances to quarterfinals 69-47 over Villanova



Cards handle Wildcats to meet Notre Dame Sunday
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Monique Reid has 12 points and 13 rebounds as Louisville breezes past Villanova in second round play by 22 in the BIG EAST Women's Tournament in the XL Center in Hartford, CT.
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The Cards struggled early against the Wildcats and actually trailed five minutes into the game before Shoni Schimmel went on a eight point run to put Louisville ahead to stay 14-7 halfway thru the first half. Schimmel would finish with 13 points in 22 minutes for Jeff Walz's Lady Cards.
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Louisville had no trouble after that Schimmel outburst and took a 33-18 lead into the locker room at half-time. The Cards went on a 17-3 run to break a 9-7 contest out to a 26-10 lead over a five minute stretch. Schimmel had eight first half points and Reid seven.
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The Cards started the final half with a 10-o run to go up 43-18 when Tia Gibbs nailed a three with 18:10 remaining. Louisville would lead 55-26 at the 12:45 mark. Jeff Walz substituted freely after that...all 12 Cardinals saw action tonight and 11 scored.
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Louisville held a big advantage on the boards over the Wildcats 48-24 and made seven threes against the Wildcats. The Cards will face Notre Dame Sunday at 8 p.m.
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