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Atlantic Coast Conference Women Basketball

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Day 112 (Regular Season)

Syracuse (23) Mar.6 Notre Dam (2) 51%
ACC Ranking
 1. Notre Dame (2) 16-0(30-2) 
 2. Louisville (11) 15-1(23-7) 
 3. Syracuse (23) 13-3(23-7) 
 4. Florida St. (10) 13-3(22-7) 
 5. Miami, FL (18) 10-6(22-8) 
 6. N.Carolina St. 10-6(19-10) 
 7. Duke 8-8(19-11) 
 8. Georgia Tech 8-8(18-12) 
 9. Virginia 6-10(16-13) 
 10. Wake Forest 6-10(15-14) 
 11. Virginia Tech 5-11(17-12) 
 12. N.Carolina 4-12(14-17) 
 13. Pittsburgh 4-12(13-16) 
 14. Boston Coll. 2-14(15-15) 
 15. Clemson 0-16(4-25) 

Points Per Game
 Aaliyah WHITESIDE
  Georgia .
  (183-G/F-94)
  Avg: 19.7
 1. Whiteside, Georgia19.7 
 2. Stevens, Duke18.9 
 3. Thomas, Florida17.5 
 4. Hines-Allen, Louis.16.8 
 5. Motley, Miami, FL15.9 
 6. Wilson, N.Caroli.15.7 
 7. Venson, Virginia14.9 
 8. Perry, Clemson14.8 
 9. Greenwell, Duke14.7 
 10. Peterson, Syracu.14.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 Azura STEVENS
  Duke
  (198-F/G-96)
  Avg: 9.6
 1. Stevens, Duke9.6 
 2. Quinn, Wake Forest8.8 
 3. Day, Syracuse8.2 
 4. Hines-Allen, Louis.8.2 
 5. Wise, Pittsburgh7.7 
 6. Summers, N.Car.7.6 
 7. Rogers, Georgia7.5 
 8. Walton, Louisville7.5 
 9. Bulgak, Florida St.7.4 
 10. Turner, Notre Dame7.4 
Assists Per Game
 Alexis PETERSON
  Syracuse
  (170-PG-95)
  Avg: 5.2
 1. Peterson, Syracuse5.2 
 2. Allen, Notre Dame5.1 
 3. Spencer, N.Caroli.5.0 
 4. Moore, Louisville4.6 
 5. Romero, Florida4.6 
 6. Brown, Florida St.4.4 
 7. Hicks, Virginia Te.4.1 
 8. Mosetti, Boston Co.4.0 
 9. Cherry, N.Carolina3.9 
 10. Bugg, Pittsburgh3.8 
Steals Per Game
 Brittany BROWN
  Florida St.
  (173-G-95)
  Avg: 3
 1. Brown, Florida St.3.0 
 2. Hicks, Virginia Te.2.9 
 3. Fondren, Syracuse2.8 
 4. Peterson, Syracuse2.5 
 5. Edwards, Clemson2.2 
 6. Sykes, Syracuse2.1 
 7. Jackson, Louisville2.1 
 8. Tilford, Georgia T.2.0 
 9. Cable, Notre Dame2.0 
 10. Mabrey, Notre Da.2.0 
Blocks Per Game
 Brianna TURNER
  Notre Dame
  (190-F-)
  Avg: 3.6
 1. Turner, Notre Dame3.6 
 2. Stevens, Duke2.2 
 3. Day, Syracuse2.1 
 4. Henson, Duke1.9 
 5. Bryant, N.Carolina1.6 
 6. Carey, Pittsburgh1.5 
 7. Ball, Wake Forest1.5 
 8. Quinn, Wake Forest1.5 
 9. Watts, N.Carolina1.4 
 10. Campbell, Virgini.1.4 

ACC Men 2015-2016
Official Web Site


University of Notre Dame wins the USA ACC 2015-2016 title

University of Notre Dame 2015-16
Muffet McGraw Muffet McGraw McGraw
Madison Cable
Cable
Michaela Mabrey
Mabrey
Lindsay Allen
Allen
Kathryn Westbeld
Westbeld
Brianna Turner
Turner
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
22  Cable Madison 178 (5'10'') G USA
23  Mabrey Michaela 178 (5'10'') G 94 USA
15  Allen Lindsay 173 (5'8'') G 95 USA
33  Westbeld Kathryn 188 (6'2'') F USA
11  Turner Brianna 190 (6'3'') F USA
3  Mabrey Marina 180 (5'11'') G 96 USA
24  Huffman Hannah 175 (5'9'') G USA
12  Reimer Taya 193 (6'4'') F 95 USA
2  Ogunbowale Arike 173 (5'8'') G 97 USA
21  Nelson Kristina 193 (6'4'') F USA
35  Thompson Diamond 196 (6'5'') C USA
14  Johnson Mychal 170 (5'7'') G USA
Head Coach: Muffet McGraw
Coach Assistant: Beth Cunningham
Coach Assistant: Niele Ivey


Notre Dame claims third straight ACCWB Title - Mar 7, 2016

Brianna Turner (6'3''-F) had 18 points and 11 rebounds, and No. 2 Notre Dame won its third straight Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament title by beating No. 17 Syracuse 68-57 on Sunday.
Madison Cable (5'10''-G) scored 18 points with six 3-pointers and Kathryn Westbeld (6'2''-F) added 10 for the top-seeded Fighting Irish (31-1), who never trailed and overcame a late 6 1/2-minute scoring drought to extend their winning streak to 24.
In earning its fourth straight conference tournament title, Notre Dame became the first ACC team to three-peat since North Carolina in 2006-08.
Alexis Peterson (5'7''-PG-95) had 19 points and Briana Day (6'4''-C-95) added 17 for third-seeded Syracuse (25-7), which had its 11-game winning streak snapped.
The Orange were playing in a league title game for the third time and were denied their first conference title since they won the Big East in 1985.
Syracuse forced the Irish to miss 10 consecutive shots and pulled within 65-53 on Cornelia Fondren (5'8''-G-93)'s jumper with 4 1/2 minutes to play. But the Orange missed their next four attempts, while Allen hit a free throw and Turner scored on a key put back with less than 90 seconds left to give Notre Dame a 68-53 lead.
Notre Dame's fourth-year players have never lost a conference tournament game: The Irish won the Big East in 2013, then jumped to the ACC and won this event three straight years - all by double figures.
They beat Duke by 16 in the 2014 final, then topped Florida State by 13 in last year's championship game before defeating a familiar former Big East rival in their latest title game.
Notre Dame led by double figures for all but about 30 seconds of the second half, building an 18-point lead early in the fourth quarter and then weathering that late cold spell.

TIP-INS
Syracuse: The Orange, the Division I leader in turnover margin, were just plus-2 in this one. ... They also were 4 of 23 from 3-point range. In their first 31 games, they hoisted an ACC-leading 947 3s - more than 200 more than second-place N.C. State - but made only 29.6 percent of them, good for 12th place in the league.
Notre Dame: The Irish improved to 10-1 against Top 25 opponents, with the only loss coming at No. 1 Connecticut in December. ... This marked the ninth tournament title in three different conferences for them. They won the Horizon League Tournament five times before moving to the Big East in the mid-1990s.

ACC Tournament Final: Notre Dame - Syracuse 68-57
ACC Tournament Semifinals:
Syracuse - Louisville 80-75
Notre Dame - Miami 78-67

Courtesy of The ACC


All-ACC Awards 2016 - Mar 7, 2016

All-ACC 1st Team 2016
Azura Stevens
Stevens
Shakayla Thomas
Thomas
Aaliyah Whiteside
Whiteside
Myisha Hines-Allen
Hines-Allen
Mariya Moore
Moore

All-Tournament MVP: Madison Cable (5'10''-G) of Notre Dame
Player of the Year: Myisha Hines-Allen (6'2''-F-96) of Louisville
Defensive Player of the Year: Brianna Turner (6'3''-F) of Notre Dame
Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Ashley Williams (5'8''-G) of N.Carolina St.
Coach of the Year: Muffet McGraw of Notre Dame

1st Team
F/G: Azura Stevens (6'6''-F/G-96) of Duke
F: Shakayla Thomas (5'11''-F-96) of Florida St.
G/F: Aaliyah Whiteside (6'0''-G/F-94) of Georgia Tech
F: Myisha Hines-Allen (6'2''-F-96) of Louisville
F: Mariya Moore (6'0''-F-96) of Louisville
G: Adrienne Motley (5'9''-G-95) of Miami, FL
PG: Lindsay Allen (5'8''-PG-95) of Notre Dame
G: Madison Cable (5'10''-G) of Notre Dame
F: Brianna Turner (6'3''-F) of Notre Dame
PG: Alexis Peterson (5'7''-PG-95) of Syracuse

2nd Team
C: Adut Bulgak (6'4''-C-92) of Florida St.
G: Rebecca Greenwell (6'1''-G-95) of Duke
G: Stephanie Watts (5'11''-G) of N.Carolina
G: Miah Spencer (5'8''-G) of N.Carolina St.
G: Dominique Wilson (5'8''-G) of N.Carolina St.

All-Tournament 1st Team
F: Myisha Hines-Allen (6'2''-F-96) of Louisville
PG: Alexis Peterson (5'7''-PG-95) of Syracuse
F: Brianna Turner (6'3''-F) of Notre Dame
G: Madison Cable (5'10''-G) of Notre Dame
PG: Lindsay Allen (5'8''-PG-95) of Notre Dame

All-Tournament 2nd Team
F/G: Azura Stevens (6'6''-F/G-96) of Duke
G/F: Aaliyah Whiteside (6'0''-G/F-94) of Georgia Tech
G: Asia Durr (5'10''-G-97) of Louisville
PG: Jessica Thomas (5'6''-PG-94) of Miami, FL
G: Cornelia Fondren (5'8''-G-93) of Syracuse

All-Freshman Team
F/C: Mariella Fasoula (6'4''-F/C) of Boston Coll.
G: Asia Durr (5'10''-G-97) of Louisville
G: Stephanie Watts (5'11''-G) of N.Carolina
SF: Destinee Walker (5'10''-SF-97) of N.Carolina
G: Marina Mabrey (5'11''-G-96) of Notre Dame
PG: Arike Ogunbowale (5'8''-PG-97) of Notre Dame
G/F: Brenna Wise (6'0''-G/F) of Pittsburgh
G: Ariel Stephenson (5'10''-G-96) of Wake Forest

All-Academic Team
G: Nicole Boudreau (5'9''-G-93) of Boston Coll.
G: Danielle Edwards (5'7''-G) of Clemson
G: Rebecca Greenwell (6'1''-G-95) of Duke
PG: Kyra Lambert (5'9''-PG-96) of Duke
G: Brittany Brown (5'8''-G-95) of Florida St.
G: Leticia Romero (5'8''-G-95) of Florida St.
F: Ivey Slaughter (6'1''-F-94) of Florida St.
G: Antonia Peresson (5'9''-G-95) of Georgia Tech
F: Roddreka Rogers (6'0''-F-93) of Georgia Tech
PG: Briahanna Jackson (5'6''-PG-93) of Louisville
F: Emese Hof (6'3''-F-96) of Miami, FL
PG: Jessica Thomas (5'6''-PG-94) of Miami, FL
SF: Destinee Walker (5'10''-SF-97) of N.Carolina
G: Ashley Williams (5'8''-G) of N.Carolina St.
F: Jennifer Mathurin (6'1''-F) of N.Carolina St.
G: Marina Mabrey (5'11''-G-96) of Notre Dame
PG: Arike Ogunbowale (5'8''-PG-97) of Notre Dame
G/F: Brenna Wise (6'0''-G/F) of Pittsburgh
G: Brianna Butler (5'11''-G-94) of Syracuse
G: Breyana Mason (5'8''-G) of Virginia
G: Faith Randolph (5'10''-G) of Virginia
G: Vanessa Panousis (5'7''-G-95) of Virginia Tech
F: Regan Magarity (6'3''-F-96) of Virginia Tech


 

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