Head Coach Steve Lavin speaks with Marc Malusis and Maggie Gray about the point guard's emotional state after the untimely death of his aunt and how it will affect the team in this key stage of the season.
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Previewing the Patriot League final between Boston University and American with Terriers head coach Joe Jones, we discuss the importance of an NCAA Tournament berth and the high-scoring offense. Ray Crawford asks Jones, a Long Island native, to name his favorite Boston athlete of all-time.
President Barack Obama honored college athletes from across the country in a White House ceremony. In a separate meeting, he stood with the members of the University of Connecticut Women's basketball team to congratulate them on their win. (March 10)Copyright 2014 The Associated Press
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Women's basketball analyst Debbie Antonelli recaps Notre Dame's ACC Tournament Championship win over Duke and looks forward to the Irish's chances in the upcoming NCAA Tourney, as well as the other ACC teams who can have a chance to make a deep run in the NCAA Tourney.
Notre Dame Head Women's Basketball Coach Muffet McGraw shares her thoughts on her team's ACC Championship game win over Duke. In a 1-on-1 interview with ACCDN host Jeff Fischel, McGraw gives perspective on how the ever-competitive ACC helped prepare her team for the upcoming NCAA Tournament.
Notre Dame Senior Kayla McBride discusses her 25 point performance in the Irish's ACC Championship game win over Duke. McBride and her teammates are 32-0 this season and will enter the NCAA Women's Tournament as a likely 1-seed. McBride also shares details of her dance moves with ACCDN host Jeff Fischel
Behind a career night from T.J. Warren, NC State finished the regular season with a 78-68 win over Boston College. Warren went off for 42 points, topping the career-high 41 points he reached last week against Pitt. Warren also had 13 rebounds and 3 steals. Olivier Hanlan finished with 29 points and 5 assists in the loss.
It's your TaxSlayer.com Must See Moment! In its first season in the ACC, Notre Dame added a conference tournament title to its regular season championship. The Fighting Irish pulled away in the second half to beat second-seeded Duke, 69-53. Notre Dame was led by Jewell Loyd, who scored 26 points. At 32-0, the Fighting Irish extended the best start in school history, while Duke will take a 27-6 record into the upcoming NCAA Tournament.