Found February 07, 2012 on
Notre Dame is on the road for a BIG EAST tilt at West Virginia on Wednesday. The Irish and Mountaineers tip off at 9 p.m., live on ESPNU.
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West Virginia has a chance to move up in the Big East standings as Notre Dame visits on Wednesday night.
The recruiting process is already active for Lemont (Ill.) Township High four-star offensive tackle Ethan Pocic, but the intensity is going to increase shortly as he begins planning his unofficial visit schedule. He spoke to IrishEyes.com about his recruitment, where Notre Dame stands, and why he plans on making a spring appearance in South Bend, Ind.
Jack Cooley had a double-double with 21 points and 12 rebounds to lead Notre Dame to a 55-51 win over West Virginia on Wednesday night.
Exclusive photos from West Virginia's 55-51 loss to Notre Dame
Given the Conference turmoil, what factors would a program like Notre Dame be looking at? I asked Mike Coffey of ND Nation to give his opinion.
Tonight was the 38th meeting all-time between Notre Dame and West Virginia. The Irish lead the series 26-12. Tonight's win snapped Notre Dame's three-game losing streak in Morgantown. It's the first win for the Irish at West Virginia since the 2004-05 season. Notre Dame is 9-8 all-time at West Virginia.
Coming off his best performance in an Irish uniform freshman Pat Connaughton (Arlington, Mass.) has been named co-BIG EAST Rookie of the Week after a recording his first career double-double on Saturday afternoon (Feb. 4) against Marquette in leading Notre Dame to a 76-59 win.
For the first time this season Northwestern's men's tennis team came up short in a dual match as it fell to the visiting Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Combe Tennis Center in Evanston, Ill., 5-2. The Wildcats had been undefeated in five duals thus far in 2012.
Northwestern will look to extend its season-opening winning streak to six matches on Tuesday evening when it welcomes the Notre Dame Fighting Irish to Combe Tennis Center for a nonconference affair at 5:30 p.m. on High School Night at the home of the Wildcats.
Facing an 18-point deficit at halftime, the Syracuse women’s basketball team (15-10, 4-7) would cut No. 2/2 Notre Dame’s (24-1, 11-0) lead to as little as 10 before the Fighting Irish used a 13-4 run midway through the second half to pull away with a 74-55 win on Tuesday night in the Carrier Dome. Senior Iasia Hemingway led the Orange with 15 points.
West Virginia falls to Notre Dame 55-51 at the WVU Coliseum.