The Notre Dame Fighting Irish may not have earned a top seed after their 26-6 regular season, but the fact that their first two games will be in Chicago is a nice trade off.
Notre Dame dominated the court Thursday, knocking off Cincinnati. The Irish looked as good as ever in the first half, then blew it up in the second half to stretch their lead to 18 in their victory
DePaul freshman forward Cleveland Melvin has been named the Big East conference’s rookie of the year.
Notre Dame had an incredible season so far with a record of 14-4 in the Big East. They couldn’t have done it without Ben Hansbrough leading the team to second place in the conference.
No. 7 Notre Dame had another impressive win on Monday, lambasting nineteenth-ranked Villanova 93-72 in South Bend. With a 24-5 record, this is the best Fighting Irish team in years. So how far can this team go in the tournament?
Just one point kept the Irish ahead of Providence Wednesday night. The Providence Friars exploded in the second half, determined to take the win, but couldn’t get past the talent on Notre Dame.
Notre Dame is remaining strong, stretching their win streak even further after defeating the struggling South Florida. The Irish had a 24 point lead after the first half and just hung for an easy win.
Notre Dame and Louisville kept the game close, pushing it into overtime. As if the luck of the Irish kicked in, Notre Dame tripled what the Cardinals could score in overtime.
The luck of the Irish has been good, winning their fifth straight game Sunday as they faced Rutgers. Although, luck has nothing to do with it. Notre Dame’s talent has been shining all season.
Notre Dame soared over DePaul Thursday night. The Irish won their fourth straight game while the Blue Demons losing streak is now nine straight.
Notre Dame suffered their worst loss to their rival Marquette earlier this month. Saturday, they redeemed that loss by defeating the Golden Eagles 80-75.
The last time they played each other, Notre Dame dominated St. John’s. The Red Storm turned that around Sunday, defeating the Irish 72-54.
(WSCR) – A winter storm pounded South Bend dropping about three feet of snow. Despite the deep snow and waist-high snow drifts, the Notre Dame Irish and St. John’s Red Storm still tipped off on […]
Notre Dame’s four-game winning streak was snapped as they had trouble keeping the ball against Syracuse Saturday, losing 70-58. The Irish was only responsible for four turnovers in the first half, but struggled during the second half.
Notre Dame is having a great year, having only lost once. With UMBC being winless so far and facing the surging Irish, it was no surprise Notre Dame claimed another victory by nearly doubling their opponent’s score.
Notre Dame is having no trouble bouncing back from their only loss this season a couple of weeks ago. The Irish defeated the Stony Brook Seawolves with ease, earning their second straight win.
Notre Dame is off to a great start with their now 9-1 record. Gonzanga made a strong push during the second half, but the Irish continued to out-score the Bulldogs.
After facing Wisconsin, Notre Dame remains undefeated with a 7-0 record so far. The Irish scored 15 points in during the final four minutes to overcome the Badgers.
Notre Dame’s basketball season is off to a good start, winning both of the two games so far. Ben Hansbrough led the team in points both games, scoring 19 on Sunday. Notre Dame defeated Liberty 72-51.
College Basketball opened for many teams Friday night and Notre Dame’s season opener was something to be proud of. The Irish dominated Georgia Southern 98-61.