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Topic - Antonita Slaughter
Louisville faces the challenge of replacing Shoni Schimmel, who has been the face, heart and soul of its women's basketball program.
Louisville's much-debated No. 3 seed doesn't matter much anymore.
Iowa did a lot of good things this season - and the future looks promising for the Hawkeyes.
Louisville's challenge against top-ranked Connecticut in Monday night's American Athletic Conference matchup is no different from last month.
SMU had the lead at halftime and American Athletic Conference leading scorer Keena Mays had already doubled her point total for the Mustangs from the previous meeting against No. 5 Louisville.
Antonita Slaughter has been getting back in playing shape after a scary incident.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Louisville senior guard Antonita Slaughter was cleared to return playing after collapsing during a game last month because of a blood clot.
Louisville starting guard Antonita Slaughter will miss the rest of the season after she was diagnosed with a blood clot in her lung.
Make that three straight upsets for Louisville, which used the latest thriller to head back to the women's national championship game for the first time since 2009.
The guard snapped an 0-for-7 stretch with a quick layup, Taylor followed with two free throws and a layup and Slaughter added two more from the line.