YOUNGSTOWN OH- In a historic matchup that will be remembered for years to come, Louisville made headlines with a resounding 53-34 victory at Mooney. The day was marked by two remarkable achievements as two players etched their names in Louisville’s record books.
Brooke Haren led the charge for Louisville, not only guiding her team to victory with a stellar performance but also making history by breaking the program’s scoring record, surpassing an impressive 1,126 points. Adding to the milestone moments, Courtney Barwick made her mark by breaking the program’s record for career three-pointers, sinking her 97th in style.
Contributing to Louisville’s triumph were standout performances from Taylor McCully with 10 points and Barwick herself with 15 points, complementing Haren’s dominant display with 20 points.
Despite the loss, Mooney showcased their resilience, led by Sophia Diorio with 14 points and Katie Pregibon with 9 points, as they battled against Louisville’s formidable lineup.
With the regular season now concluded, Louisville (14-8) looks ahead to the postseason with confidence, gearing up for a tournament matchup with Cleveland Heights on Saturday. Meanwhile, Mooney (8-12) will continue their regular season journey, hosting Walsh Jesuit on Monday, aiming to finish strong.