Asia Durr made sure her final home game would be in the record books.
The Louisville women's basketball star tied her career-high with 47 points, which is also a program record, and set the ACC record with 11 3-pointers as the No. 3 Cardinals routed No. 10 NC State, 92-62, Thursday night.
Durr scored 28 points in the half to tie the Wolfpack on her own as the Cardinals (26-2 overall, 13-2 ACC) jumped out to a 25-point halftime lead.
Going into the game, NC State was allowing an ACC-low 58.6 points per game. Louisville had 53 points at halftime and 75 points through three quarters.
☑️ Ties program single-game point record (47 PTS)— Louisville WBB (@UofLWBB) March 1, 2019
☑️ Ties program single-game field goals made (17 FG)
☑️ Sets program record for most 3👌 in a game (11 3FG)
☑️ Sets ACC record for most 3👌 in a game
And it's not over yet ...#NiteNite pic.twitter.com/dNswbTd382
The senior Durr, who previously scored 47 points vs. Ohio State on Nov. 12, 2017, finished 17-for-27 shooting and left the game with 3:31 remaining to a standing ovation. Fellow senior Sam Fuehring also had a big night, posting a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds.
Early in the game, Durr scored 22 points in the first quarter, when she made 8 of her 11 shots, including 6-for-8 on 3-pointers.
N.C. State 28— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) March 1, 2019
Asia Durr 28
The Louisville All-American scored as many points as N.C. State's entire team tonight in the 1st half.
The 3rd-ranked Cardinals lead the 10th-ranked Wolfpack, 53-28 at halftime in Louisville. pic.twitter.com/FRAExyJCD0
Durr was 11-for-17 on 3-pointers, one shy of tying the NCAA record for most 3-pointers in a game. She also almost matched NC State (24-4, 11-4) in field goals, making 17 shots to the Wolfpack's 21.
Louisville has one more game before the ACC tournament, as the Cardinals play at Pitt at 2 p.m. ET on Sunday. Then, on Monday, the Cardinals will see where they rank as the NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Committee reveals its Top 16 for the second time.
The Cardinals then have the ACC tournament, which starts March 6. The Selection Show follows on Monday, March 18.