Jeff Walz and the University of Louisville Women’s Basketball program earned the #2 seed in the ACC Tournament that begins play this week in Greensboro, NC.

As a result of the #2 seed the Cards have earned a ‘double bye’ and will begin play on Friday after the Tournament officially begins on Wednesday.  Louisville will face the winner of Georgia Tech vs. Wake Forest/Clemson on Friday at 6:00 on the Regional Sports Network.

UofL finished its regular season 24-6 with a 15-1 league record.  Notre Dame secured the #1 overall seed going undefeated in conference play and finishing 28-1 overall.  The Irish were able to beat the Cards 66-61  in the KFC Yum! Center in what was Notre Dame’s closest conference game of 2015-16.

Louisville’s overall record is extremely impressive when noting the Cardinals overall youth (there are no seniors) and considering that UofL lost 4 of its first 5 games.

The squad that started 1-4 finished the season 23-2!


The University of Louisville is eligible to serve as a host for the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament first and second rounds from March 18-21 in the KFC Yum! Center.

Premium seat holders, who have the first right of refusal for tickets to all events in the arena, including shows, concerts, and games, have been offered a small window of opportunity to purchase tickets. Beginning Monday, Feb. 29, at noon, all Louisville women’s basketball season ticket holders will be given a pre-sale offer to obtain tickets. Using Ticketmaster, fans can select their specific seats for the two days of games. 

Men’s basketball season ticket holders and the general public can purchase tickets later in the week.


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