It’s the end of the road for Louisville after a surprise comeback by top-seeded Stanford Tuesday in San Antonio during their Elite Eight matchup in the women’s NCAA Tournament.The No. 2 seeded UofL Cardinals were up through most of the third quarter until Stanford began running up the score for a quick surge, closing out the game with a 78-63 win.UofL was just one game shy of their Final Four.Unlike other tournament games, UofL’s Dana Evans got off to a fast start. The All-American senior scored 10 points in the first quarter as the Cards closed within an 11-to-4 run.Evans went scoreless in the second quarter, but she found other ways to contribute.Each time Stanford got back within single digits, UofL had an answer. The Cards led 38 to 26 at the break.This is a developing story. Stay with WLKY.com for more.

It’s the end of the road for Louisville after a surprise comeback by top-seeded Stanford Tuesday in San Antonio during their Elite Eight matchup in the women’s NCAA Tournament.

The No. 2 seeded UofL Cardinals were up through most of the third quarter until Stanford began running up the score for a quick surge, closing out the game with a 78-63 win.

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UofL was just one game shy of their Final Four.

Unlike other tournament games, UofL’s Dana Evans got off to a fast start. The All-American senior scored 10 points in the first quarter as the Cards closed within an 11-to-4 run.

Evans went scoreless in the second quarter, but she found other ways to contribute.

Each time Stanford got back within single digits, UofL had an answer. The Cards led 38 to 26 at the break.

This is a developing story. Stay with WLKY.com for more.

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