LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Asia Durr scored a career-high 34 points in less than three quarters as No. 5 Louisville beat Bowling Green 83-58 Saturday in the first game of the Basketball Hall of Fame Challenge.
The Cardinals (4-0) used an 18-2 run over the first 2:36 of the second half to break open what had been a close game. Durr, a sophomore guard, scored the first 13 herself to make it 49-27 with 8:29 left in the third quarter.
Some poor first-half shooting by Louisville, which made just 5 of 21 shots in the second quarter, allowed the Falcons to stay close throughout the first half. But when Louisville went on its run in the third, Bowling Green helped by committing 14 of its 32 turnovers during the quarter.
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Clare Glowniak led the Falcons (0-3) with 11 points.