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Old 01-19-2020, 04:33 PM   #309
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48 points
25 ASSISTS!
5 Turnovers!
TO Ratio 5:1


20 Points by Sam
57.6% Shooting
100% Shooting 3s
77.8% FTs
Cole played 12 minutes to Vaughn's 9
Katie only had 2 points but had 2 Rebs, 1 steal, and 3 assists to o T.O. She hustled, boxed out, moved on offense.
Katie walked on the team but she hasn't stopped running since.


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10*	GILBERT	10	4-7	0-0	2-3	0	1	1	4	0	0	0	0	16
13*	SNIEZEK	0	0-1	0-0	0-0	0	4	4	3	0	0	0	0	18
24*	WALKER	8	2-4	1-1	3-4	2	2	4	1	1	1	0	0	18
30*	VAUGHN	8	3-4	0-0	2-2	3	1	4	3	2	2	0	0	9
33*	BRUNELE	20	9-11	2-2	0-0	1	3	4	0	1	1	0	1	18
2	COLE	2	1-3	0-0	0-0	0	2	2	3	1	0	0	1	12
3	MURDOCK	0	0-0	0-0	0-0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	2
5	MURDOCK	0	0-2	0-0	0-0	1	0	1	0	0	0	0	0	2
20	BENZ	0	0-0	0-0	0-0	0	1	1	0	0	0	0	0	2
22	COSGROV	0	0-1	0-0	0-0	0	1	1	0	0	0	0	0	1
40	KEYES	0	0-0	0-0	0-0	0	1	1	0	0	0	0	0	1
HALF TOTALS	48	19-33	3-3	7-9	7	18	25	14	5	4	0	2	
HALF PCT	        57.6	100.0	77.8			
1ST QTR		       12-16	0-0	0-1	2	8	12	9	3	3	0	2	
1ST QTR PCT	       75.0	0	0.0			
2ND QTR		        7-17	3-3	7-8	5	8	13	5	2	1	0	0	
2ND QTR PCT	       41.2  100.0	87.5			
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Old 01-19-2020, 04:38 PM   #310
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There is still a long way to go but in the 2nd half they showed signs of ball movement, and Body Movement.

There were actually cutters.

It's definitely not MacBride and Company but they looked like a team instead of a pickup game.

And yes, Momprimer did not play. Her 6-5 body on the bench all game did help open up the lane and cost them a bunch of points. Injuries hurt both teams.
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MADDY WESTBELD NAMED MCDONALD'S ALL-AMERICAN

JANUARY 23, 2020

N.B. Westbeld is listed in this article at 6'-3" everywhere else I looked has her at 6-2. I don't know if this reflects growth going into her senior season or if this is wishful thinking/PR by ND's S.I.D.


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CHICAGO – On Thursday afternoon, McDonald’s announced the final rosters for the 2020 McDonald’s All-American Games, celebrating the next generation of female basketball stars and their hustle in the pursuit of achieving greatness. Notre Dame Class of 2020 signee Maddy Westbeld was 1-of-24 honorees selected by a committee of basketball experts from more than 900 nominated players.

Westbeld will take to the court for the 43rd McDonald’s All-American Game on Wednesday, April 1, at the Toyota Center in Houston. The game will telecast live on ESPN2.

Westbeld becomes the 20th McDonald’s All-American in Notre Dame history. The Fighting Irish have even boasted three game M.V.P’s in Skylar Diggins, Brianna Turner and Marina Mabrey.

Current McDonald’s All-Americans on the roster include Katlyn Gilbert, Sam Brunelle and Anaya Peoples. Note – fifth-year transfer Destinee Walker competed in the game as well.

Westbeld is a 6-3 forward from Kettering, Ohio and was Notre Dame’s highest ranked recruit in the class, checking in at No. 23 overall and fifth at her position. Westbeld attends Fairmont High, where she leads the GWOC in rebounding (11.4 per game) while ranks third in scoring (20.0 points per game). Fairmont is 15-1 overall this season and 8-1 in the GWOC American.

“I think Maddy Westbeld is a Larry Bird type of player,” Coach McGraw stated back on signing day in November. “She can shoot, pass, rebound, take the ball off the rim and go coast-to-coast. She’s underrated from the national scouting services. She’s going to be a huge impact player for us.”

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NOTRE DAME AT VIRGINIA 2 pm ET ACCN


When: Sunday, Jan. 26 | 2:00 p.m. ET
Where: Charlottesville, Va. (JPJ Arena)
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NOTRE DAME, Ind. – The University of Notre Dame women’s basketball team looks to add to its momentum on Sunday when the Fighting Irish (7-12, 2-5) travel to take on Virginia (7-12, 2-6) in Charlottesville. Tip inside JPJ Arena is scheduled for 2 p.m. ET, streaming live on ACCNX.

HISTORY WITH VIRGINIA
Notre Dame leads the all-time series against Virginia, 8-2, with a 3-1 mark in Charlottesville. The series actually began way back in February of 1981. The Irish have won eight straight in the series.

ACC FRESHMEN OF THE YEAR CANDIDATES
Notre Dame can certainly make its point in having an ACC Rookie of the Year candidate. Anaya Peoples was arguably the early favorite. At the time of her injury she led all ACC freshmen in rebounds (8.1), shooting percentage (.457) and steals (1.9), and ranked second in points (12.6).

Now, look no further than Sam Brunelle or Katlyn Gilbert. The duo lead all ACC freshmen in scoring, averaging 13.7 ppg each. Furthermore, in the Points+Assists+Rebounds/Game category – Brunelle leads all ACC freshmen as well.

Brianna Turner, who remains the program’s lone ACC Rookie of the Year, averaged 13.8 ppg when she won it back in 2015.

ND FRESHMEN STACKING UP HISTORICALLY
Brunelle and Gilbert (by eligibility) are on pace to etch their names in the Notre Dame freshmen record books, as both could end up in the top-10 scoring-average list. Brunelle and Gilbert each average 13.7 ppg, which would tie them for sixth place. Peoples finished with 12.6 ppg, which would currently place her just outside the top-10.

In addition, Peoples’ rebounding effort this year (8.1 rpg) would place her third all-time on the freshmen list, ranking behind Shari Matvey (10.2) and Mary Beth Schueth (9.1).

TRENDING: DESTINEE WALKER
Since the turn of the new decade, Walker has posted the 8th highest scoring average in the ACC with her 16.7 ppg. Walker has posted three games of 20+ points over the last five games In fact, Walker leads the team with her five 20+ scoring games, which sets a new career best – previous was four her sophomore year at UNC. Ultimately, Walker is averaging 15.7 ppg in ACC play, which ranks 8th. Also, she’s converting 80.6 percent of her free throws in league play, which ranks 9th.

HEATING UP FROM THREE
After winning the three-point shooting contest at the McDonald’s All-America game, Sam Brunelle was expected to help the Irish from three-point range this season. The freshman struggled early on, going 13-of-68 (.191) from beyond the arc over the first 14 games. However, she’s flipped the script as of late. Over the last five games, Brunelle has caught fire, converting 14-of-35 (.400) from three. Since Jan. 5, Brunelle is averaging 2.8 three’s/game, which ranks 6th in the ACC.

LIFE WITHOUT PEOPLES
Brunelle certainly stepped up last week in the news that fellow freshman Anaya Peoples was lost for the season with a torn labrum – shoulder surgery took place during ND’s bye week (Jan. 23). Brunelle tallied 16 points at Duke (1/16), then followed that with a game-high 25 points in the win over Miami. Brunelle went off in the second half vs. the Hurricanes, scoring 20 points on 9-of-11 shooting from the field.

In fact, she’s not the only one stepping up in her place. Over the last two games, Vaughn is averaging 17.0 ppg and 9.5 rpg. She’s knocked down 14-of-19 from the field.

With the loss of the team’s leading rebounder in Peoples, Walker has stepped up in that department. Walker has reeled in 14 boards over the last two games. She was previously averaging 4.0 rpg.

MIGHTY MIK IN ACC PLAY
Vaughn suffered an ACL sprain in her right knee in the season opener and missed the next 11 games. The junior returned to the team for the start of ACC play, where she has provided a nice boost for the Irish. No one in the league has been more efficient from the field than Vaughn, who is shooting 63.3 percent from the field.
Since returning, Vaughn has recorded four double-digit scoring games, recording at least 16 points and eight rebounds each time –> those games also included two double-doubles.

REWRITING THE 3RD QUARTER SCRIPT
The Irish have suffered from some difficult third quarters this season, but that was not the case against Miami on Jan. 19. With the scored tied at 32-all at the 7:58 mark in the third, the Irish caught fire and recorded their longest scoring run of the season with 20 straight points. The Hurricanes only managed two free-throws to end the quarter. Brunelle and Gilbert powered the offensive surge, scoring 10 and eight points, respectively.

QUOTES FROM MIAMI WIN
“We’ve never seen this,” McGraw said. “We’ve never seen what we can be. We’ve seen glimpses, very small. Even in games early in the season, we didn’t really play well — even if we were able to win — so I think this is finally the game where we can feel good about the way we played and the way we executed, the way we defended. Really, the way we did everything.

“I think this is the game,” McGraw continued, “that we can point to and say, ‘This is what we can be,’ and now it’s up to us to see if we can maintain that every game.

“I thought Sam looked like an All-American in the second half. Destinee made some huge shots. Katlyn ran the floor and made easy baskets. Marta was particularly efficient today with getting everyone in their spots.”

FRESHMEN DUO SENSATION
Notre Dame women’s basketball has never seen the offensive output from two freshmen like this before, let alone three – Brunelle and Gilbert are each averaging 13.7 ppg, while Peoples finished at 12.6 ppg. There have only been only two other freshmen pairs in program history to finish the season with double-digit scoring averages:

— Arike Ogunbowale (11.4) and Marina Mabrey (10.7) in the 2015-16 season.
— Mary Beth Schueth (13.0) and Carrie Bates (12.4) were the first in the 1981-82 season.

Currently, Notre Dame, UTSA and Fresno State are the only three Division I programs with two true freshmen averaging over 12.5 points. UTSA is represented by Mikayla Woods (15.0) and Adryana Quezada (13.1), while Fresno State boasts the top pair with Hanna Cavinder (16.0) and Haley Cavinder (16.5).

IF ONLY THEY KEPT THE STAT
If charges taken was an official NCAA kept stat, Marta Sniezek could very well be atop the list in the nation. The defensive catalyst of the team, Sniezek has taken 22 charges this season, which breaks the record set by Kristina Nelson during the 2017-18 championship season. All-in-all, she has taken a charge in 12 consecutive contests.

On a completely different defensive note – Sniezek is averaging 2.2 steals/game, which ranks 3rd in the ACC. The Virginia native captured a career high six steals at Syracuse on Jan. 5.

SNIEZEK DIMES
Sniezek is averaging 6.0 assists/game which ranks 11th in the nation and 2nd in the ACC – only behind Virginia Tech’s Taja Cole (6.3). In addition, her 1.4 A/TO ratio ranks 14th in the league. Sniezek boasts two double-digit assist performances, which ties UNC’s Shayla Bennett for the most in the league. Her 12-assist performance against No. 16 DePaul on Dec. 11, tied for the league high for an individual game. In ACC play only, Sniezek is averaging 6.3 assists/game, which also ranks 2nd.

STEALS AND DIMES COMBINED
Sniezek is 1-of-3 players in the country to average 6.0 assists/game or greater and 2.0 steals/game or greater. The other two are Texas Southern’s Ciani Cryor and St. Francis Brooklyn’s Nevena Dimitrijevic.
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Massey predicts UVA 66 ND 61 with 64% probability.

RealTime predicts UVA 81 ND 52 with 90.7 probability.
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End of 1 UVA 19 ND 12

Notre Dame Virginia
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Steals 3	1
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Second Chance Points 0	4
Personal Fouls 4	5
Technical Fouls 0	0
Possessions 19	21
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