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Women’s Basketball vs Notre Dame

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Texas A&M University and Notre Dame square off in Spokane, WA for a spot in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament. 

Texas A&M University and University of Notre Dame face off in the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament in Spokane, WA. Notre Dame defeated Texas A&M with a final score of 90-84.
Photos by Jesse Everett

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  • Notre Dame, the Fighting Irish, enter the match up against Texas A&M University as a number one seed in the NCAA tournament.

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  • Over 5,000 fans from around the nation traveled to Spokane,WA for the Texas A&M vs Notre Dame match up.

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  • Senior Khaalia Hillsman averages 14.7 points a game for Texas A&M University.

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  • Notre Dame’s Jackie Young goes up for the tipoff against senior Khaalia Hillsman.

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  • Freshman Chennedy Carter enters the game averaging 21.6 points per game.

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  • Freshman Kayla Wells had a steal and block against Notre Dame.

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  • Senior Khaalia Hillsman scored 13 points with three blocks in the game against Notre Dame.

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  • Freshman Chennedy Carter played the entire game as the Aggie’s attempted to upset Notre Dame.

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  • Head Coach Muffet McGraw has coached at Notre Dame for 30 years.

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  • Junior Anriel Howard scored 26 points, including 2 three-pointers in the loss to Notre Dame.

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  • Freshman Chennedy Carter scored 31 points and earned seven assists in the loss to Notre Dame.

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  • Junior Danni Williams played the entirety of the past two games for Texas A&M.

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  • Jessica Shepard of Notre Dame scored a double double against the Aggies with 10 rebounds and 13 points.

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  • Freshman Chennedy Carter was named the SEC’s freshman of the year and holds the Texas A&M single-game record with 46 points.

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  • Junior Yell Leader Gavin Suel leads the crowd in a yell to support the Aggie’s.

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  • Fans from Texas A&M made the 2,000 mile trip up to Spokane, WA to support their Aggies.

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  • Senior Jasmine Lumpkin contributed 8 points and 5 rebounds in the Aggie’s loss to Notre Dame.

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  • Freshman Chennedy Carter rises over a Notre Dame defender to finish a layup.

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  • Head Coach Gary Blair disapproves of a call the referee just made.

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  • Notre Dame’s Arike Ogunbowale and Marina Mabrey combined for 50 points to defeat Texas A&M.

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  • Notre Dame held the Aggies to a 46% shooting percentage, including 27% in the third quarter.

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  • Junior Anriel Howard earned a double-double with 26 points and 14 rebounds against Notre Dame.

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  • Notre Dame defeated Texas A&M with a final score of 90-84 in the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA tournament.

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  • Notre Dame advances to the Elite Eight  to play the winner of Oregon and Central Michigan.

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  • Senior Khaalia Hillsman embraces head coach Gary Blair after the last game of her four year career for Texas A&M University.

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