Another win for Jeff Walz and the University of Louisville women's basketball team.
After starting the season 1-4, the Cardinals are 16-5 after claming a 13th consecutive victory with a 75-33 decision over Clemson on Thursday night in the KFC Yum Center.
Playing without leading scorer Myisha Hines-Allen, the Cardinals hae four in double figures led by Briahanna Jackson's 13 points. Asia Durr had 12 points and Mariya Moore added 10 points and six rebounds.
Freshman Sam Fuehring totaled 12 points and five rebounds, earning her third career start in place Hines-Allen, who is in New Jersey attending the funeral for her grantfather and is expected back by Sunday.
It was an 11-0 run early in the game that gave the Cardinals the lead and they led by as many as 44.
The Cardinals (8-0 in ACC play) shot 46 percent from the field, while outrebounding Clemson 50-27. Cortnee Walton and Erin DeGrate each collected 10 rebounds in the contest, combining for nine of the Cardinals’ 19 on the offensive end.
Louisville dished out 20 assists, the ninth time this season it has reached that plateau.
The Cardinals host Wake Forest on Sunday at 1 o'clock.