University of Louisville women’s basketball’s 18-game Atlantic Coast Conference schedule was released on the ACC Network on Wednesday night, completing its 2021-22 schedule.

Thirteen of the Cardinals’ ACC games will be televised by national or regional networks with six games on the ACC Network, three on the Regional Sports Network (RSN) and four to be determined at a later date.
Louisville’s eighth season in the 15-team ACC includes two games each against Boston College, Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Notre Dame.
UofL opens its ACC slate alternating home and away games. The Cards host Boston College on Dec. 30, play at Georgia Tech on Jan. 2, host Pitt on Jan. 6, travel to Miami on Jan. 9 and host Syracuse on Jan. 13.
Louisville hits the road for a two-game stint at Boston College on Jan. 16 and at NC State on Jan. 20 before hosting three straight home games to close out the month of January against Wake Forest (Jan. 23), Florida State (Jan. 27) and Duke (Jan. 30).
The Cardinals open the month of February on the road, traveling to Clemson on Feb. 3 and Syracuse on Feb. 6 before returning home for back-to-back games, hosting Virginia on Feb. 10 and Notre Dame on Feb. 13.
After traveling to North Carolina on Feb. 17, UofL closes the home portion of its schedule when Virginia Tech comes to town on Feb. 20. Louisville will play its final two games of the season on the road, taking on Pitt (Feb. 24) and Notre Dame (Feb.27) before the team begins final preparations for postseason play.
The ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament will be held March 2-6 at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, N.C.
Last season, the Cardinals put together an impressive 26-4 campaign, the team’s 11th consecutive season with 20-plus wins and ninth straight season with 25-plus wins. They entered the NCAA Tournament as a No. 2 seed and advanced to the Elite Eight for the sixth time in program history.
The Cardinals went 14-2 in league play a season ago to win their fourth consecutive regular season title and own a 98-16 record in their seven seasons of ACC league play.

Considered one of the top conferences for women’s basketball, the ACC saw eight teams earn a spot in the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship in 2020-21.
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Nick Evans
Asst. Sports Information DirectorWomen’s Basketball, Women’s Lacrosse, Women’s Soccer
University of Louisville Athletics


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