No. 3 Louisville women dominate No. 2 Notre Dame 100-67

Asia Durr and Myisha Hines-Allen combined to match Notre Dame’s point total, just one example of how much No. 3 Louisville dominated the second-ranked Irish almost from the start. Durr scored 36 points, Hines-Allen matched a career high with 31 and the Cardinals overwhelmed Notre Dame on both ends for a 100-67 blowout victory Thursday night in an Atlantic Coast Conference showdown. The unbeaten Cardinals (19-0, 5-0 ACC) erased an early deficit to thump the short-handed Irish in nearly every phase during a marquee matchup between top teams. Louisville finished 41 of 63 (65 percent) from the field to earn the program’s biggest victory since upsetting top-seeded Baylor in the 2013 NCAA Tournament regional semifinals and snap an 11-game losing streak against Notre Dame (15-2, 4-1 ACC). Jackie Young had 23 points and Marina Mabrey 14 for the Irish, who had won eight straight since losing 80-71 to top-ranked Connecticut.