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Old 12-29-2019, 06:21 PM   #183
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##	 Player	S EFF GameScre +/- PtsPrd Floor% Use% FDr Min	 Min%
10	GILBERT	G	10	5.6	-16	19.2	29.9	0	3.3	39	97.5
21	PEOPLES	G	14	9.8	-18	14	42.5	0	3.3	36	90
24	WALKER	G	4	3.7	-16	10.7	27.6	0	2.2	37	92.5
30	VAUGHN	C	12	8.6	-1	3.7	38.3	0	0	23	57.5
33	BRUNELLE	F	2	0	-12	5.3	27	0	1.1	30	75
2	COLE	G	0	-1.9	-8	0	0	0	0	17	42.5
3	MURDOCK	G	-1	-0.7	0	0	0	0	0	0	0
5	MURDOCK	G	-1	-1	0	0	0	0	0	1	2.5
20	BENZ	G	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	1	2.5
22	COSGRVE	F	1	0.2	-9	2	33.3	0	0	15	37.5
40	KEYES	F	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	1	2.5
Basketball Analytics Clemson vs Notre Dame Overall Metrics December 29, 2019 at Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center

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EFF: Efficiency Stat as calculated by Manley's formula: PTS + REB + AST + STL + BLK - Missed Shots - TO
Game Score: Hollinger's measure of productivity, on a scale of 0-40.
Net Pts: Oliver's formula for Points Produced - Points Allowed
Floor%: Floor Percentage is the percentage of a player's possessions on which at least one point is scored.
Use%: Usage Percentage estimates the percentage of team plays that used a player while they were on the floor.
FDr: Fouls Drawn estimates the number of fouls drawn by the player.
Min%: Minute Percentage measures what percentage of the game the player was on the floor for.

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##	 Player S	 EFF	 Game Score +/- Pts Prod	Floor%	Use%	 FDr	 Min	Min%
1	THOMAS	G	15	9.5	15	10.6	40	0	1.1	33	82.5
3	SPRAY	G	19	17.3	14	10.7	26.7	0	0	36	90
5	ROBINSN	F	1	0.3	8	6.6	19.1	0	1.1	29	72.5
12	HANK	C	6	2.8	5	4.6	42.7	0	0	17	42.5
44	THORNTN	F	17	12.7	22	10.5	26.4	0	1.7	30	75
2	STICKER	G	1	1	8	1.1	19.5	0	0	6	15
11	LOPES	G	1	0.3	2	0	0	0	0	1	2.5
22	MCNEAL	G	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	1	2.5
24	HAYES	F	1	0.7	3	0	0	0	0	3	7.5
31	MEERTNS	G	1	-0.4	4	0.6	10.7	0	0	12	30
32	COTTON	G	1	-0.1	-3	0	0	0	0	1	2.5
35	CHERRY	F	10	5.1	2	6	31.4	0	1.7	14	35
55	BENNET	C	11	5.3	3	4	33.3	0	0	17    42.5

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Basketball Analytics Clemson vs Notre Dame Offensive Metrics Dec 29, 2019 at Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center

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##   Player	 S	Pts	Ast	TO	FG   FG% 3FG 3FG% eFG%TS% Sht%  FT     FT%   FTRt    ORtg   ARt	TRte  FDr
1	THOMAS	G	4	12	4	1-4	25	1-1	100	38	40	7	1-2	50	50	90.6	54	34	1.1
3	SPRAY	G	24	1	2	8-16	50	8-14	57	75	75	26	0-0	0	0	78.6	6	15	0
5	ROBINSN	F	6	1	3	2-12	17	0-1	0	17	23	24	2-2	100	17	41.2	6	19	1.1
12	HANK	C	4	1	0	2-5	40	0-0	0	40	40	17	0-0	0	0	87	10	0	0
44	THORNTN	F	23	0	4    11-19	58	0-0	0	58	56	37	1-3	33	16	58.3	0	22	1.7
2	STICKER	G	0	2	0	0-2	0	0-2	0	0	0	19	0-0	0	0	45.3	48	0	0
11	LOPES	G	0	0	0	0-0	0	0-0	0	0	0	0	0-0	0	0	0	0	0	0
22	MCNEAL	G	0	0	1	0-0	0	0-0	0	0	0	0	0-0	0	0	0	0	100	0
24	HAYES	F	0	0	0	0-0	0	0-0	0	0	0	0	0-0	0	0	0	0	0	0
31	MEERTNS	G	0	1	1	0-1	0	0-0	0	0	0	5	0-0	0	0	24.8	12	45	0
32	COTTON	G	0	0	0	0-0	0	0-0	0	0	0	0	0-0	0	0	0	0	0	0
35	CHERRY	F	6	0	3	2-6	33	0-0	0	33	40	25	2-3	67	50	58.8	0	29	1.7
55	BENNETT	C	4	0	2	2-4	50	0-0	0	50	50	14	0-0	0	0	66.7	0	33	0
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##    Player	S        Pts   Ast    TO	FG     FG%       3FG   3FG%   eFG%     TS%    Sht%      FT     FT%     FT Rt	 ORtg	 ARt	TRte	 FDr
10	GILBERT	G	16	9	7	5-19	26	1-3	33	29	37	30	5-6	83	32	64.1	62	23	3.3
21	PEOPLES	G	14	0	3	5-12	42	0-2	0	42	47	21	4-6	67	50	80.5	0	17	3.3
24	WALKER	G	10	2	1	3-15	20	1-6	17	23	30	25	3-4	75	27	59.8	13	6	2.2
30	VAUGHN	C	8	1	2	4-5	80	0-0	0	80	80	14	0-0	0	0	77	13	41	0
33	BRUNELE	F	5	1	4	2-6	33	0-3	0	33	36	13	1-2	50	33	48.8	8	37	1.1
2	COLE	G	0	0	2	0-3	0	0-2	0	0	0	11	0-0	0	0	0	0	40	0
3	MURDOCK	G	0	0	0	0-1	0	0-1	0	0	0	0	0-0	0	0	0	0	0	0
5	MURDOCK	G	0	0	1	0-0	0	0-0	0	0	0	0	0-0	0	0	0	0	100	0
20	BENZ	G	0	0	0	0-0	0	0-0	0	0	0	0	0-0	0	0	0	0	0	0
22	COSGRVE	F	2	0	0	1-3	33	0-0	0	33	33	13	0-0	0	0	66.7	0	0	0
40	KEYES	F	0	0	0	0-0	0	0-0	0	0	0	0	0-0	0	0	0	0	0	0

Key
eFG%: Effective Field Goal Percentage adjusts for added-value of 3PT FGs
TS%: True Shooting Percentage adjusts for added-value of 3PT FGs and FTs
Sht%: Percentage of team's shots taken by player, adjusted for minutes played.
FTRt: Free-throw Rate is the ratio of foul shots to field goal attempts.
ORtg: Offensive Rating is points produced by a player per 100 possessions
ARt: Assist Rate is the percentage of possessions that the player assisted a basket while on the floor.
TRt: Turnover Rate is the percentage of player possessions that ended in a turnover.
FDr: Fouls Drawn estimates the number of fouls drawn by the player.

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Basketball Analytics Clemson vs Notre Dame Defensive Metrics Dec 29, 2019 at Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center

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## Player S DRtg Stp% Stp	 TR OR DR	RebR	 ORR	 DRR	 B  S	 B%	S% PF FCom
1	THOMAS	2	60	0	5	5	3	2	6.4	5.2	7.7	0	2	0.0	0	1	1.2
3	SPRAY	2	60	0	4	2	2	0	2.4	0	4.7	0	2	0.0	0	0	0
5	ROBINSN	3	60	0	5	4	2	2	5.9	5.9	5.9	0	3	0.0	0	2	2.8
12	HANK	0	60	0	1	3	1	2	7.5	10	5	1	0	4.6	0	4	9.4
44	THORNTN	2	60	0	7	6	5	1	8.5	2.8	14.2	0	2	0.0	0	2	2.7
2	STICKER	1	60	0	1	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	1	0.0	0	0	0
11	LOPES	0	60	0	1	1	1	0	42.6	0	85.1	0	0	0.0	0	0	0
22	MCNEAL	1	60	0	1	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	1	0.0	0	0	0
24	HAYES	0	60	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	1	0	26.1	0	0	0
31	MEERTNS	0	60	0	1	2	1	1	7.1	7.1	7.1	0	0	0.0	0	1	3.3
32	COTTON	0	60	0	1	1	1	0	42.6	0	85.1	0	0	0.0	0	1	40
35	CHERRY	1	60	0	6	11	5	6	33.4	36.5	30.4	0	1	0.0	0	2	5.7
55	BENNETT	0	60	0	4	7	4	3	17.5	15	20	4	0	18.5	0	2	4.7
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## Player S DRtg Stp% Stp	 TR  OR DR RebR	 ORR	 DRR	 B	S	 B%	 S%	 PF	 FCom
10	GILBERT	1	60	0	6	6	5	1	7	2.3	11.9	0	1	0.0	0	3	3.1
21	PEOPLES	4	60	0	9	7	5	2	8.8	4.9	12.9	1	4	2.2	0	4	4.4
24	WALKER	0	60	0	2	5	2	3	6.1	7.2	5	1	0	2.1	0	1	1.1
30	VAUGHN	4	60	0	6	2	2	0	4	0	8.1	0	4	0.0	0	2	3.5
33	BRUNELLE	2	60	0	4	3	2	1	4.5	3	6.2	0	2	0.0	0	3	4
2	COLE	1	60	0	4	4	3	1	10.7	5.2	16.4	0	1	0.0	0	1	2.4
3	MURDOCK	0	60	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0
5	MURDOCK	0	60	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0.0	0	0	0
20	BENZ	0	60	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0.0	0	0	0
22	COSGRVE	0	60	0	1	1	1	0	3	0	6.2	0	0	0.0	0	1	2.7
40	KEYES	0	60	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0.0	0	0	0

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DRtg: Defensive Rating is points allowed by a player per 100 possessions
Stp%: Stop Percentage estimates the rate of defensive possessions where the opposing team did not score
Stp: Stops estimates the total number of defensive possessions where the opposing team did not score
RebR: Rebound Rate estimates the percentage of missed shots the player rebounded while on the floor.
ORR: Offensive Rebound Rate estimates the percentage of their team's missed shots the player rebounded while on the floor.
DRR: Defensive Rebound Rate estimates the percentage of their opponent's missed shots the player rebounded while on the floor.
B%: Block Percentage is percentage of possessions player records a block on, adjusted for minutes.
S%: Block Percentage is percentage of possessions player records a steal on, adjusted for minutes.
FCom: Fouls commited per 40 minutes.
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Notre Dame falls to Clemson
By Anthony Anderson Tribune Correspondent

Mikki Vaughn was back at last, but now Marta Sniezek’s out.

When will it finally all come together for Notre Dame this season?

Actually, it may not be this season.

“I think it’s going to take another year,” Irish coach Muffet McGraw said of solving her team’s issues following a stunningly disastrous 71-55 women’s college basketball loss Sunday to Clemson.

“We gotta have like a go-to player, and we definitely don’t have one,” McGraw said.

Notre Dame, tipping off its seventh season in the Atlantic Coast Conference, lost an ACC home game for the first time ever, dropping to 48-1 at Purcell Pavilion.

It happened more decisively, too, than the final margin suggests — and it happened against an opponent that came to town just 4-8 with blowout losses against the three ranked clubs it’s played, four additional defeats by at least 13 points each and wins over nobody drawing a whiff of national poll points.

“I don’t even know where to begin,” McGraw said after exhaling hard to start her postgame meeting with media.

She found plenty of places, though, if not necessarily to begin, certainly to address.

“We just couldn’t make a shot, and we hung our heads and didn’t do anything else,” McGraw said. “Instead of saying, ‘I can rebound,’ or ‘I can defend,’ or ‘I can get assists,’ we just hung our heads, and that’s incredibly disappointing, and unacceptable.”

The Irish (5-8, 0-1) labored in many manners, including against a Tiger zone that looked something like their own.

“We just stood around and shot 3s, and we didn’t make any of them,” McGraw said. “Every timeout, we talked about, ‘We’re not shooting 3s, we’re trying to run the offense.’ We forgot the offense. We were in the wrong place the entire first half. We were paralyzed. ... The things we worked on in practice that were open, we didn’t even look there. We didn’t even try to throw it in.

“It’s really getting discouraging that we’re just not making that next step.”

Vaughn, the junior center who had missed the previous 11 games with a knee injury suffered in the opener, returned to score eight points on 4-of-5 shooting and make four steals in 23 minutes.

“I didn’t feel nearly as out of shape as I thought I was going to feel, so I guess that’s something,” said Vaughn, who added that she was otherwise disappointed in her play and that she’s “tired of losing.”

While Vaughn was back, Sniezek, ND’s starting point guard all season, missed a regular-season game for the first time, that after likewise sitting out an exhibition last week with plantar fasciitis.

“That’s up to her,” McGraw said of when Sniezek might return. “I have no idea.”

McGraw refused to place much blame for Sunday’s loss on the absence of her team’s season leader in assists, minutes played and drawn charges.

“I don’t think that had anything to do with it honestly,” McGraw said, “(except) it would’ve been good to have an extra sub, because a couple people didn’t really come to play. We had to play them. It would’ve been nice to be able to take them out.”

On the other side, Clemson got glistening performances from both junior sharpshooter Kendall Spray and 6-foot senior forward Kobi Thornton.

By the end of third quarter — at which time the Tigers led 55-31 — Spray already had all of her season-high 24 points on 8-of-14 3-point shooting, often striking from several feet beyond the arc. Notre Dame at that point was 0-of-11 on 3s.

Thornton, meanwhile, finished two short of her career high with 23 points, repeatedly carving the Irish up inside and from the elbow areas on an 11-of-19 shooting night.

“Spray really shot the ball well, which we knew going in, but again our lack of awareness really, really hurt us,” McGraw said of a player now 23-of-45 on treys over her last four games. “Then Thornton had a really good second half. “(She) was a tough matchup for us.”

Junior guard Destiny Thomas dished a game-high 12 assists for the winners against four turnovers.

Clemson (5-8, 1-1) celebrated by ambushing coach Amanda Butler in the locker room with a water shower.

“I’ll take that dousing any day,” Butler said, fully aware that the game marked ND’s first-ever ACC home loss.

“This is a really special place to play and special environment,” Butler said. “I admire everything that’s been built here, so to be able to win on this court, for a team that is as new as ours, it’s a really big step forward for us in maturity and just in every facet of the game. ... I thought our overall effort and toughness were just outstanding.”

The Tigers built a 35-17 lead by halftime, holding the Irish to their lowest total in any half this season by four points.

Clemson led by a high of 53-25 at 3:34 to go in the third quarter, before ND began to make a push.

The closest Notre Dame got, though, was 67-55, that at 1:42 left in the game.

Sophomore Katlyn Gilbert led the Irish with 16 points and nine assists. She was 5-of-19 from the field and coughed up seven turnovers.

Freshman Anaya Peoples added 14 points, seven rebounds and four steals.

Grad transfer Destinee Walker scored 10 points, but was 3-of-15 from the field.

Freshman Sam Brunelle was held to a season-low for a full game of five points, and all of those came in the fourth quarter.

Overall, Notre Dame saw a 58-game home winning streak in conference play snapped, its last such loss coming while in the Big East, 65-63 to West Virginia on Feb. 12, 2012.

“They’re going nowhere but up,” Butler insisted of ND’s outlook. “I’m really glad we played them early.”
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DECEMBER 29, 2019
COLD SHOOTING PLAGUES IRISH IN 71-55 LOSS TO CLEMSON
GILBERT LED WITH 16 POINTS, SIX BOARDS AND A CAREER HIGH NINE ASSISTS

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NOTRE DAME, Ind. – The Notre Dame women’s basketball team began Atlantic Coast Conference play on Sunday, but couldn’t open up with a victory, falling 71-55 to Clemson. The Fighting Irish (5-8, 0-1) were ultimately doomed by a 7-of-31 shooting performance in the first half and couldn’t overcome the deficit, despite outscoring the Tigers (5-8, 1-1) 24-16 in the fourth quarter.

Katlyn Gilbert provided a superb stat line, registering 16 points, six boards and a career high nine assists. Anaya Peoples supplied 14 points and seven boards, while Destinee Walker rounded out the double-digit scorers with 10 points and five boards.

Our lack of awareness hurt us again,” Karen & Kevin Keyes Family Head Coach Muffet McGraw said. “(Kobi) Thornton had a really good second half – tough matchup for us. We couldn’t make a shot and we hung our heads. Instead of saying we could get a rebound or defend or get an assist, we just hung our heads and that’s unacceptable.

How It Happened

It was a low scoring first quarter as the Tigers edged the Irish, 12-11. Notre Dame started the game 3-of-4 from the field, but ended the period 4-of-17. Peoples was active on the boards, collecting six rebounds over the opening 10 minutes.

Clemson scored the first six points of the second quarter, jumping out to an 18-11 lead, which forced a Notre Dame timeout at the 8:29 mark. The Tigers then used the momentum to garner a 35-17 advantage at the half, limiting the Irish to 3-of-14 shooting for the period.

Clemson’s Kendall Spray haunted the Irish from the beyond the arc this afternoon, tying the Purcell Pavilion record for made three-pointers with eight. Spray was 5-of-7 from three at the half and finished 8-of-14, tallying a season high 24 points. Behind Spray and Kobi Thornton’s 23-point effort, Clemson built a 28-point lead, up 53-25, with 3:34 left in the third.

However, the Irish continued to fight back, ending the third on a 6-2 scoring spree. Notre Dame then scored the first eight points of the fourth and outscored Clemson 15-4 over a 4.5 minute stretch to cut the deficit to just 13 points (59-46) with 5:33 remaining. Yet, Clemson was able to stymie the momentum, stalling the comeback there to hold on for the 71-55 win.

Notes
  • Irish drop their first contest to Clemson in the all-time series, as they now lead the Tigers, 6-1.
  • Notre Dame’s streak of 58 consecutive conference games won at home came to an end today. The streak dates back to Notre Dame’s Big East days in 2012.
  • Mikki Vaughn played in her first game since hurting her knee in the season opener. Vaughn provided eight points, four steals and two boards.
  • Peoples notched double-digit points for the 10th time this season, tallying 14.
  • Gilbert has totaled double-digit points in all 13 games this season. The sophomore scored a team high 16 points.
  • Gilbert dished out a career high 9 assists.
  • Walker rounded out the double-digit scorers with 10 today, her 10th on the season as well.
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