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Five-star athlete Davonte Neal, Notre Dame's most recent commit, has withdrawn from Chaparral High School in Scottsdale, Ariz., Chaparral athletic director Sam Messina confirmed in an email.
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Natalie Novosel scored 21 points and Skylar Diggins added 20 to help No. 3 Notre Dame beat fourth-ranked Connecticut 72-59 on Monday night and win the Big East regular season title.
It's Notre Dame's first outright conference title. The Fighting Irish shared the regular season championship with UConn in 2001 before going on to win the national title.
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What started as a close matchup between the No. 3 and No. 4 Big East foes ended in a 72-59 Notre Dame win – their first at the XL center and first outright Big East title for both the team and head coach Muffet McGraw.
Third-place Notre Dame looks to bounce back from Saturday's upset loss and cement a double bye in the forthcoming Big East Conference Tournament with a win tonight vs. fourth-place Georgetown in Washington, D.C.
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Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame running back Khalfani Muhammad took an unofficial visit to Washington over the weekend and the Huskies made a very good impression on the explosive athlete.
Notre Dame’s rush defense was among the best the program has produced in the millennium, and it ranked tied for fifth nationally in terms of holding foes from the end zone. Its pass defense, on the other hand, took a major step backward with roughly the same personnel that produced a standout effort in 2010. Irisheyes.com examines both in this multiple-part series.
By DOUG FEINBERG AP Basketball Writer