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Old 01-10-2019, 09:24 PM   #442
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Very impressed with Vaughn so far.

AO with an fantastic 2nd half.

Poorly played game until the end for the Lady Irish with the missed free throws and t/o's.
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#	Player	PTS	FG	3FG	FT	OR	DR	REB	A	PF	TO	BL	ST	MIN	+/-
3*	FUEHRING	8	3-5	0-0	2-2	2	2	4	1	4	1	0	0	28	-15
11*	CARTER	9	4-12	1-7	0-0	1	1	2	4	5	0	1	0	36	3
23*	JONES	0	0-4	0-0	0-2	2	2	4	1	3	1	0	0	11	-21
25*	DURR	29	9-20	1-8	10-12	1	5	6	2	3	4	1	2	40	-12
33*	DUNHAM	10	5-11	0-0	0-0	2	5	7	1	5	0	1	2	33	-3
1	EVANS	3	1-8	1-3	0-0	0	0	0	3	5	1	0	0	21	1
4	ROBINS	0	0-0	0-0	0-0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	-2
5	ROBINSO	6	3-3	0-0	0-0	0	0	0	1	1	0	1	1	12	-7
21	SHOOK	3	1-5	1-2	0-0	2	3	5	1	2	0	0	1	18	-8
24	LAEMMLE	0	0-0	0-0	0-0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	2	-6
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TOTALS	       68     26-68	4-20	12-16	13	19	32	14	28	8	4	6		
GAME PCT	        38.2	  20.0	75.0				

THIS HALF	33	12-31	2-9	7-10	8	7	15	7	13	6	3	3		
HALF PCT	        18.2	  25.0	70.0				

THIS QTR	21	10-20	1-5	0-0	5	2	7	5	6	2	3	2		
QTR PCT	               50.0	20.0	0
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LAST FG 00:18 LAYUP #25 DURR (68-78)
LAST LD 37-36 @ 3rd-08:28
LRG LEAD 7 @ 2-02:34

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33 DUNHAM	10	7	5-11	1	15
3 FUEHRING	8	4	3-5	1	10
5 ROBINSON	6	0	3-3	1	9
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23 JONES,JAZMINE 3
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In the 4th Q, UL did not go to the Free Throw Line.

Meanwhile Rico sank 8 and scored 20 points.
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1. Muffet wins the second half again.This time I think that she mainly got into them about pride. Jackie to point guard was also a good call, but we really got into their shirts.

2. We are the most physical by far that I've seen in years. We beat them with power (they were quicker, faster passers and weavers of offense, but once the ball went up it was over. )

3. Arike boggles the mind as usual. Such a wild talent. I could have never coached her --- GOD bless Muffet.

4. Jess ... at the beginning of the season I said that if she didn't lose her strength (weight loss) or her aggression (smelling the roses of a success year), then she'd be our true Bell Cow. What an ass-kicking rebounding performance! I believe that Jess is inspiring others to do this too --- Vaughn particularly has started to throw her muscle around. Brianna looks more physical in attitude as well.

We ain't as "pretty" as a typical Muffet team, but I can't imagine too many wanting to play us down under the boards.

Marina will get there. She will not only get her consistency back, but will have games where she single-handedly tears up the opponent's defense and the nets smell like a burnt fire pit after she gets through with them.

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Women's Basketball 1/10/2019 9:10:00 PM

Second Half Surge Lifts No. 1 Irish Over No. 2 Cardinals, 82-68
Ogunbowale scored 26 of her game-high 30 points in the second half


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NOTRE DAME, Ind. – The No. 1 Notre Dame women's basketball team used a strong second half to push past No. 2 Louisville, 82-68, in front of a sold out crowd Thursday night at Purcell Pavilion. The Fighting Irish (15-1, 3-0) outscored the Cardinals (14-1, 2-1) 24-12 in the third quarter to shift momentum after a back and forth first half. Arike Ogunbowale, recently named to the Wooden Award Top-25 Midseason Watch List, was the closer for the Irish as she scored the final 12 points to secure the win.

Ogunbowale paced the Irish with 30 points on the night, including 26 in the second half. Ogunbowale was one of three Irish starters to score in double figures, joined by Brianna Turner (16 pts.) and Jackie Young (14 pts.). The Irish dominated the rebounding battle to a tune of 48-32 which led to 20 second-chance points. Jessica Shepard led the Irish with 15 rebounds, her sixth game this season with 10 or more.

How It Happened
It was a game of runs in the first quarter as Notre Dame went up 7-5 at the 7:04 mark - followed by a 6-0 Louisville run - then an 8-0 Irish run - and finally a 6-0 Cardinals dash before the game began to settle down. A few buckets from the charity stripe from Shepard, Ogunbowale and Young pushed the Irish ahead 20-19 at the end of the period.

The Cards began the second on an 8-1 scoring spree, forcing a Notre Dame timeout at the 7:11 mark. Though, the Irish only mustered two made field goals for the quarter, they chipped away by getting to the free-throw line. In fact, Notre Dame went 9-of-12 for the quarter and were 17-of-23 at the half, drawing 15 team fouls from Louisville. All-in-all, the Cardinals boasted a slight 35-33 advantage by the midway point.

In the third quarter, Young led the Irish with four points in a 6-0 spurt to retake the lead halfway through the quarter on the back of lockdown defense. The Irish defense held the Cardinals to just 2-for-11 from the floor for the quarter. To end the third, Notre Dame went on a 7-0 run capped by a Ogunbowale three at the buzzer.

The Notre Dame lead grew in the opening minutes of the fourth quarter after an "old-fashioned three-point play" from Ogunbowale. The Cardinals chipped away at the lead and brought it down to 66-64 after a Mykasa Robinson lay-up with 2:41 remaining. Ogunbowale halted the Louisville run with a jumper out of the timeout and closed the game out by scoring the final 12 points for the Irish in the 82-68 win.

Player of the Game
Ogunbowale turned it on after halftime with 26 of her 30 points coming in the second half. She tallied her fifth 30-point game of the season to go along with six assists and five rebounds.

Up Next
The Irish remain at home to host Wake Forest on Sunday, Jan. 13. Tip-off is set for 1 p.m. EST, streaming live on ACCN Extra.
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Ogunbowale helps Irish beat Cardinals in 1-2 showdown
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- As far as Arike Ogunbowale and coach Muffet McGraw were concerned, No. 1 Notre Dame's 82-68 victory over No. 2 Louisville on Thursday night was just another Atlantic Coast Conference game in January.

"Any game in the ACC is a big win; there's a lot of great teams and a lot of upsets going on," Ogunbowale said after scoring 26 of her game-high 30 points in the second half to help the Fighting Irish overcome 18 turnovers to beat the Cardinals in the 59th No. 1 vs. No. 2 showdown in women's college basketball history and the second involving Notre Dame this season.

"That was just a great basketball game," McGraw said after her Fighting Irish (15-1, 3-0) won their eighth straight and first game since regaining the top spot from Connecticut, which beat then-No. 1 Notre Dame 89-71 on Dec. 2 in the last meeting of the top two teams. "For 1 vs. 2, it was everything you wanted to see. It was a great win in terms of the conference, but it's still early and we've got a lot of games to play."

It was Ogunbowale's 37th straight double-digit scoring game -- she had just five points in Notre Dame's 100-67 loss at Louisville on Jan. 11, 2018.

Brianna Turner, who missed Notre Dame's two losses last season to Louisville while recovering from ACL surgery, added 16 points on 7-of-11 shooting, six rebounds and three blocked shots. Jackie Young had 14 points and five assists for the Irish, who got 15 rebounds from Jessica Shepard to win the battle of the boards, 48-32.

"We were trying to get the ball to Bri a lot and with good reason," McGraw said of the height advantage the 6-foot-3 and 6-foot-4 Shepard gave Notre Dame over Louisville.

Asia Durr scored 29 points and Bionca Dunham had 10 for the Cardinals (14-1, 2-1).

"We just came up a few points short," Louisville coach Jeff Walz said. "I thought our kids played hard. I thought it was a really good basketball game. If you look at the score, it was a 14-point game. If you were there, it was not. We fought."

The Cardinals cut a 10-point deficit to two twice in the fourth quarter, the last at 68-66 with 1:48 remaining, but Turner's basket and Ogunbowale's 3-pointer with 40 seconds remaining propelled the Irish to a 14-2 finish.

Ogunbowale, who had a team-high six assists, scored seven of her final 12 points from the foul line as Louisville, which was whistled 28 times for personals and lost Dunham, Arica Carter and Dana Evans, saw Notre Dame finish 29 of 39 from the free-throw line.

"I kept challenging our kids that you can't worry about it -- if you foul out you foul out," Walz said. "If we have to leave at the start of the fourth quarter because there's no one left, we'll get home early."

Durr, who made 9 of 20 shots from the field but was just 1 of 8 from beyond the 3-point line, scored 19 points in the first half, including 12 straight for her team in a 3:47 span between the first and second quarters en route to a 35-33 halftime lead.

Notre Dame's biggest lead of the half was four points, 15-11, when Turner converted a pass from Ogunbowale at 3:12 of the first quarter. Durr scored Louisville's next eight points to make it 19-16 before the Irish took a 20-19 lead on two free throws each by Ogunbowale and Young.

An 8-1 run by Louisville to start the second quarter gave the Cardinals a 27-21 lead and forced McGraw to call a timeout. At that point, Louisville had forced eight turnovers while not committing one.

Louisville's lead reached seven twice in the second quarter, the last time at 35-28 on Dunham's layup with 2:38 to play. Notre Dame, which hit just two field goals in 14 attempts (14 percent) in the quarter, closed on a 5-0 run, all from the free-throw line as Louisville forced 11 turnovers.

"We just did not take care of the ball and credit their defense," McGraw said. "We weren't getting any flow or rhythm to the offense. And defensively, I was disappointed how we defended Durr."

Ogunbowale nailed a 3-pointer just before the buzzer to give the Irish a 57-47 lead going into the final quarter. Louisville made just 2 of 11 shots in the quarter and had four turnovers to two by Notre Dame.

"I was just trying to be aggressive; they were getting a lot of fouls," Ogunbowale said.

BIG PICTURE

Louisville: The Cardinals, who entered the game having forced 185 turnovers in their last nine games, forced 11 in the first 20 minutes against the Irish. Louisville converted them into 15 points. Plus Arica Carter and Dana Evans each had three personals at halftime and Durr drew her third at the 6:42 mark of the third quarter.

Notre Dame: The Irish, who came into the game averaging 89.1 points with the help of 53.1 percent shooting in their last six victories, were held to just 33 points in the first half on 8-of-27 shooting (29.6 percent). But the Irish stayed close with a 29-17 effort on the boards and Louisville's foul trouble.

STATS AND STUFF

Notre Dame finished the game shooting 44.6 percent (25 of 56) but held Louisville to 38.2 percent (26 of 68) including the 2-of-11 (18.2 percent) effort in the third quarter. Louisville made just 4 of 20 3-pointers, with Carter, who had made 10 of 15 in her first two ACC games coming in, finishing at 1 for 7 in addition to Durr's 1 of 8. Louisville outscored the Irish 25-16 in points off turnovers, but the Irish were 36-32 in points in the paint and were 20-5 in second-chance points and 23-6 on the fast break.
No. 1 has now beaten No. 2 37 times in 59 games. Notre Dame is now 2-6 in 1 vs. 2 games. Notre Dame has now won 52 straight conference games (ACC and Big East) in the Purcell Pavilion, which was sold out (9,149) for the third time this season (Connecticut and Lehigh, for McGraw's 900th win as a coach).
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