UofL BASKETBALL | Myisha Hines-Allen's Career at Louisville Comes to an End

03/30/2018 10:24 PM

Louisville forward Myisha Hines-Allen will go down as one of the best players to ever wear a UofL women’s basketball jersey.

The senior’s career at UofL came to an end on Friday night in a 73-63 overtime loss to Mississippi St. in the Final Four. Hines-Allen scored 11 points and hauled in four rebounds in her final game as a Cardinal.

After the game, Hines-Allen talked about what it was like playing for head coach Jeff Walz:

On the other hand, Hines-Allen’s teammates, along with Jeff Walz, spoke about what Hines-Allen’s legacy is at UofL:

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