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At 10, it was an Atlanta dream.

In high school, the pursuit of that dream made her the nation’s No. 1 prospect.

From Atlanta to Louisville, the dream became a mission.

After a relentless focus on her craft. She was ready to make a statement.

On the big stage, it was time to shine.

Now, there’s no sleeping on 25. #NiteNite

Asia Durr Named ACC Player of the Week for Seventh Time

Asia Durr Named to AP Preseason All-America Team

Asia Durr Named to 2019 Ann Meyers Drysdale Award Watch List

Asis Durr Named to Preseason All-ACC Team

YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ASIA DURR

IN THE SPOTLIGHT, ASIA DURR IS FEATURED IN BLEACHER REPORT AS THE LOUISVILLE SCORING MACHINE.

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT ASIA DURR...

"I think she's the best player in college basketball and I'm just happy she's on my team." - Former Louisville teammate Myisha Hines-Allen following the Cardinals' 87-63 win at Kentucky
"She's a great player. She can really do anything. She can shoot, she can drive it. You really have to keep an eye on her and try to see where she is on the court at all times." - Notre Dame guard Arike Ogunbowale
"Her teammates love playing with her. After Myisha (Hines-Allen) was named MVP of the ACC Tournament, Asia's face was on camera and it showed how excited she was for her. She was the first one to give her a hug." - Louisville women's basketball head coach Jeff Walz following the Cardinals' 74-72 win over Notre Dame in the ACC Championship game
"We played them at their place and for the first five to 10 minutes, I thought I was watching Michael Jordan." - Virginia Tech head coach Kenny Brooks
"Asia Durr is definitely a phenomenal, phenomenal guard. She was just unstoppable. She is the best player in the country." - Notre Dame head coach Muffet McGraw
"If she really wanted to, she could average 35 to 40 (points per game), but she's a pretty unselfish player. She shows that she can go off at any time." - Oregon head coach Kelly Graves

2017-18 ACCOLADES

  • ACC Player of the Year
  • WBCA First Team All-American
  • USBWA First Team All-American
  • Associated Press First Team All-American
  • NCAA Tournament Lexington Regional MOP
  • Citizen Naismith Trophy Finalist
  • USA Today First Team All-American
  • John Wooden Award Finalist

2017-18 STATS

  • 18.7 points per game - ranked 4th in ACC
  • 115 made 3-pointers - led ACC, ranked 13th in NCAA
  • 42% from 3-point range - ranked 2nd in ACC
  • 19.9 points per game in ACC play - led ACC
  • Team-high 31 double-figure scoring games, 15 20-point games

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ASIA DURR NAMED WBCA FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN

Durr was just the second player in program history to be named WBCA First Team All-American, joining Angel McCoughtry (2006-07; 2007-08; 2008-09)

Asia Durr named to USA Basketball Women's National Team Pool

"It means a lot to be able to continue to be a part of USA Basketball. Every time I'm involved I am honored because I get a chance to represent my country." - Asia Durr on participating with Team USA

Durr is just one of five collegiate All-Americans to be included on the national team pool and it marks her second time chosen by the USA National Team, as she also participated in the 2017 USA Basketball Women's National Team training camp this past September.

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