LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Asia Durr, Jazmine Jones and Sam Fuehring each scored 12 points to lead a balanced offense for No. 3 Louisville, which scored the game’s first 12 points to jump-start a 95-56 blowout of Tennessee State on Tuesday night.
Seeking a tuneup before its upcoming rivalry matchup at Kentucky, the Cardinals (12-0) made 8 of their first 9 shots toward finishing 38 of 70 from the field (54 percent). They led 57-27 at halftime and by as many as 42 while dominating the boards 52-31 in continuing their second-best start in program history.
Bionca Dunham, Myisha Hines-Allen and Kylee Shook each added 11 points and Dana Evans had 10 as seven Cardinals scored in double figures. Louisville swept its four-game home stand against Tennessee schools by an average margin of 37.5 points.
Taylor Williams had five 3-pointers and 17 points for Tennessee State (1-6).
No. 23 Michigan 79, North Florida 34
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Katelynn Flaherty scored 27 points to lead Michigan.
Michigan (9-2) has won five straight and allowed the fewest points by an opponent this season. The Wolverines previous low came in a 54-41 win over Kent State its last time out.
Adrienne Jackson scored eight points and Keonna Farmer had 11 rebounds to lead North Florida (5-5), which shot 17.5 percent from the field, and missed 12 of 16 3-point attempts.
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