UofL WOMEN'S BASKETBALL |Cardinals Improve to 6-0 in Hall Of Fame Challenge
11/21/2016 10:00 PM
Junior Mariya Moore joined UofL’s 1,000 point club in the first quarter in the Cardinals’ 63-47 win over Chattanooga in the Naismith Memorial Hall Of Fame Challenge. Moore’s scoring milestone comes just days after fellow junior Myisha Hines-Allen scored her thousandth point, as UofL improves to 6-0.
Moore lead scorers with nine points, seven assists, four rebounds, and one steal in her 25 minutes. Ciera Johnson, Briahanna Jackson, and Jazmine Jones each had eight, respectively. Hines-Allen also had seven points, two assists, one block and ten rebounds.
Chattanooga had two players score in double-figures. Queen Alford had 20 points, one steal and five rebounds, while Lakelyn Bouldin scored ten points, one assist and four rebounds. UTC had nine second-chance points.
Louisville was leading Chattanooga 25-12 after the first quarter, but only outscored Mocs by three in the second and third quarters. Chattanooga outscored the Cards 15-12 in the fourth quarter. The Cardinals had 14 turnovers, but 18 assists. They were a perfect 10/10 from behind the charity stripe.
The #4 Cardinals now enter a tough three-game stretch, facing #3 South Carolina Sunday, #6 Maryland on December 1, #20 UK December 3 and WKU on December 11.
Mariya Moore on scoring her thousandth point:
Head Coach Jeff Walz post-game comments with highlights: