The 2024-25 Louisville women’s basketball schedule is coming together as one of the upcoming matchups for the Cardinals is now official. Louisville will host Oklahoma on December 4 in the 2024 SEC/ACC Challenge, the conference announced Wednesday afternoon. Official tip time and TV designation will be released at a later date.

This will be the second year of the SEC/ACC Challenge after it was introduced for the 2023-24 season. Louisville traveled to Ole Miss last year in a Sweet 16 rematch and defeated the Rebels 64-58. The first year of the challenge finished with an even split as both conferences came away with seven wins. Louisville was one of four ACC squads to win their matchup on the road last season.

This year’s version of the SEC/ACC Challenge will have some new faces as both conferences added teams for the upcoming season. In the ACC, new members Stanford, Cal and SMU will participate along with new SEC members Oklahoma and Texas.

This will be the third all-time matchup between Louisville and Oklahoma and the Cardinals hold a 2-0 advantage in the series history. The first matchup came on one of the game’s biggest stages as the two teams faced off in the 2009 Final Four in St. Louis. Louisville overcame a halftime deficit to defeat the Sooners and reach their first national championship game in program history. The second matchup came in the 2013 Preseason WNIT Final and the Cardinals came away with an overtime win in Norman.

The rest of the Cardinals 2024-25 schedule will be released in the coming months. To stay up to date on all things Louisville women’s basketball, visit, or follow the team’s Instagram account at @LouisvilleWBB, X account at @LouisvilleWBB or on Facebook at

2024 SEC/ACC Women’s Challenge
Wednesday, Dec. 4
Florida State at Tennessee
Mississippi State at Georgia Tech
Oklahoma at Louisville
Vanderbilt at Miami
Syracuse at Texas A&M
Virginia Tech at Georgia
Thursday, Dec. 5
Boston College at Arkansas
Alabama at Cal
Florida at Clemson
Duke at South Carolina
Kentucky at North Carolina
Ole Miss at NC State
Texas at Notre Dame
SMU at Missouri
Stanford at LSU
Auburn at Virginia

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