--By Jared Anderson
--Photo by Jared Anderson
Asia Durr and Dana Evans received accolades from the Atlantic Coast Conference for their performances in the regular season.
Durr was named ACC Player of the Year for the second straight year. Her 21.4 points per game lead the ACC and is 13th in the nation. After making nearly three three-point shots per game she sits at second in the conference. Earlier this season, Durr became the second-highest scorer in program history, passing both Myisha Hines-Allen and Shoni Schimmel, now sitting at 2,343 career points.
Evans was named ACC Sixth Player of the Year. The sophomore and Miss Indiana Basketball regularly came of the bench. Her 10.5 points per game ranks second on the team. Evans' 4.1 assists per game puts her at seventh in the conference.
Louisville is the 2-seed in the ACC Tournament and has a double-bye before playing on Friday at 6:00 p.m. Virginia Tech and Clemson square off today with the winner taking on Wake Forest tomorrow. The winner will face the Cards on Friday.