BRIDGEPORT, Conn.With one lackluster performance, Maryland womens basketball season is over. The No. 3-seed Terps fell to No. 10-seed Oregon, 77-63, in the Sweet 16 Saturday. Before Maryland could get its shot at UConn in the next round, the Ducks put those plans to rest.
Notre Dame delivered on one promise by coach Muffet McGraw to look different without injured Brianna Turner, shifting from lobbing the ball inside to their star forward to throwing up perimeter shots with success. The strategy certainly suited sophomore guard Arike Ogunbowale, who thrived from all over the court to help the top-seeded Irish maintain their dominance against Ohio State. Ogunbowale had a career-high 32 points, Lindsay Allen added 16 and Notre Dame easily beat Ohio State 99-76 on Friday night in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.
March 25, 2017 Longhorn Invite Results The University of Notre Dame rowing team wrapped up competition in the Longhorn Invitational at Walter E. Long Lake in Austin, Texas on Saturday, March 25. The regatta featured the host No. 8 Texas plus No. 14 Duke, Notre Dame, Oregon State, UCF, Iowa, Oklahoma and San Diego. The Second Varsity Eight provided the highlight of the day for the Irish, as Emily Stinebaugh, Bailey Amenabar, Erin Dolan, Mara Bhalla, Kelly Fischer, Bridget Adam, Anja Renkes, Lauren Saunee and coxswain Sammy Hedrick just bested Oklahoma in the B Final. The Irish crossed the line at 6:31.363, while the Soooners were right there at 6:31.470. Morning Session First Varsity Eight -