GAME FACTS – Dartmouth at Louisville
Date: Tuesday, Dec. 15
Time: 7:05 p.m. ET
Site: KFC Yum! Center/Crum Court (22,000), Louisville, Ky.
Video: The game will be broadcast on CardsTV (GoCards.com).
Radio: WKRD 790 AM will broadcast the game, with Matt Andrews (play-by-play) and Adrienne Johnson (analyst) calling the action.
Series History: First meeting
Next UofL Game: Friday, Dec. 18 at Tennessee Tech, Eblen Center, Cookeville, Tenn., 6:30 p.m. ET (OVC Digital Network)
The University of Louisville women’s basketball team is returning to the KFC Yum! Center nearly 48 hours after its exhilarating comeback victory, playing host to Dartmouth on Tuesday.
Fans are encouraged to show their holiday spirit and wear their ugly sweaters to the 7 p.m. contest.
The first meeting in series history between the two programs will air on CardsTV, and the radio broadcast will be available on WKRD 790 AM in Louisville, with Matt Andrews (play-by-play) and Adrienne Johnson (analyst) calling the action.
The Cardinals (4-5) rallied from 18 points down against IUPUI on Sunday, outscoring the Jaguars 42-15 in the final 16:45 to earn a 70-61 victory. Briahanna Jackson scored 21 of her game-high 23 points in the second half. Myisha Hines-Allen, who finished with her second career double-double of 22 points and 11 rebounds, had 12 points and eight rebounds over the final 20 minutes.
Cortnee Walton had seven points and 10 rebounds, and Mariya Moore chipped in 12 points and five assists.
Louisville outrebounded IUPUI 37-24, including 20-8 on the offensive end, and forced 22 turnovers.
On the year, Jackson is pacing the Cardinals in scoring at 15.0 points per game and has a team-leading 26 steals. Moore is third on the team at 14.1 points, with a team-high 35 steals.
Hines-Allen, over the last five games, is averaging 16.4 points on 51.6 percent shooting and 7.8 rebounds. Through nine games, she is 12th in the ACC in scoring (14.4) and sixth in rebounding (7.6).
Dartmouth (2-8) is coming off its first win in five games, second of the year, after defeating Hartford 43-36 on the road on Dec. 12.
In the low-scoring affair, neither team shot above 35 percent from the field. Dartmouth held a slight 36-35 edge on the glass and limited Hartford to 24.1 percent shooting.
Daisy Jordan paced the Big Green with 14 points on 5-of-8 shooting, while fellow starter Lakin Roland added 12 points and nine rebounds in the victory. Kate Letkewicz had seven rebounds.
On the season, Roland is pacing the team in scoring (12.8) and rebounding (8.6). Fanni Szabo, who is third on the team in scoring, has a team-high 17 steals, and Amber Mixon ranks first on Dartmouth with 23 assists.
Dartmouth was picked to finish sixth in the Ivy League after going 14-14 last season
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