By Gethin Coolbaugh, Associated Press
BOSTON (AP) -- Asia Durr and her teammates were left with a bad taste after No. 4 Louisville's loss at No. 1 Connecticut earlier this week. They were ready to turn the page Thursday night against Boston College.
Durr scored 16 points to lead the Cardinals to an 87-52 victory against the Eagles for their sixth win in seven games.
"We try to take it one game at a time," Durr said. "It was a great game, but we've got to start getting off on faster starts. We can't get off on slow starts."