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Topic - Jeff Walz
Louisville faces the challenge of replacing Shoni Schimmel, who has been the face, heart and soul of its women's basketball program.
Coach Brenda Frese knows exactly how to handle playing Louisville in the Cardinals' home with a trip to the Final Four on the line.
Louisville knows that LSU will be a different team than the one it routed in November.
Louisville's much-debated No. 3 seed doesn't matter much anymore.
If Louisville can keep playing like it did in its NCAA tournament opener, its seed could end up being an afterthought.
Rick Pitino didn't have to look far to find someone with a similar gripe.
Whenever Shoni Schimmel's career ends at Louisville, she'll not only have left her mark at the school on the court, but also off it.
Jeff Walz knows it will take a near-perfect effort for anyone to beat Connecticut. For the third time this season, his Louisville Cardinals came up short on Monday night.
Jeff Walz knew it was important for Louisville to get off to a good start against Houston.
South Carolina coach Dawn Staley will coach the U.S. women's under-18 team at the FIBA Americas championships this summer.
Asia Taylor and fourth-ranked Louisville insisted they weren't looking ahead to Sunday's showdown against No. 1 Connecticut.
The biggest threat to Connecticut's drive for its ninth national championship and second in a row may be a short bench.
Tyler Scaife has played her best against top opponents this season.
Shoni Schimmel stepped up gain when No. 5 Louisville needed her most.
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.
"You've got to figure out what are you going to do," coach Jeff Walz said on Monday. "Unfortunately, I watched Amber Harris get (almost) 30 and 18 on us. So we've got to guard the perimeter but at the same time, I can't let Amber get 30 again."
"I tried to get [Schimmel] a little bit off the basketball so we could get the ball after the first trap to her," said Louisville coach Jeff Walz. "She's making too many jump passes right now, and at this level, you can't leave your feet all the time trying to make a pass, and that really got her in trouble."