Posted February 22, 2012 on
There are a two chances left for an impressive, bracket-building win – and tonight’s game at Notre Dame seems far the best opportunity.
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Top-rated high school football player Davonte Neal was set to announce his college decision in front of a crowded auditorium on Tuesday, but the highly touted recruit was a no-show for his own coming out party. A crowd of more than 600 elementary school children, family and friends gathered at Neal's elementary school, Kyrene de la Esperanza, in Phoenix Arizona but the crowd...
Davonte Neal, ranked No. 8 overall in the ESPNU 150, ended up committing to Notre Dame over Arizona, Arkansas and North Carolina on Tuesday from his former elementary school, Kyrene de la Esperanza.However, Neal’s decision came hours after he didn’t show up to his originally-scheduled announcement, which was attended by 600 elementary school children, friends and family...
Former Notre Dame defender Greg Klazura has signed with Major League Soccer's Vancouver Whitecaps.
The 23-year-old was Vancouver's second-round choice and the 21st pick overall in last month's supplemental draft. He had been on a trial with the team in recent weeks.
Klazura played five years with the Fighting Irish and was co-captain in his final season, when he had...
Chaparral High (Scottsdale, Ariz.) four-star athlete Davonte' Neal announced he is heading to Notre Dame.
Recruiting for the class of 2013 is in full swing, and Notre Dame smack in the middle of identifying and offering prospects. Trying to make sense of it all can be confusing, so IrishEyes.com continues its series in which it will provide a unit-by-unit breakdown of Notre Dame's top offered targets. This edition hits on the tight ends.
Jerian Grant scored 20 points and No. 20 Notre Dame extended its winning streak to nine games with a 71-44 rout of West Virginia on Wednesday night.
Davonte Neal, ranked No. 8 overall in the ESPNU 150, ended up committing to Notre Dame over Arizona, Arkansas and North Carolina on Tuesday from his former elementary school, Kyrene de la Esperanza.
Notre Dame Head Coach Mike BreyOpening Statement..."We really defended in the second half and I think we got them off the backboard after the first six or seven minutes. I think they had six offensive rebounds in the first six minutes. Once we got that under control we were able to guard them a little better and I thought our offensive efficiency was excellent in the second...
West Virginia (17-10, 7-7) vs. #20/18 Notre Dame (19-8, 11-3)Feb. 22, 2012 7:00 p.m. (ET)Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center (9,149)Notre Dame, Ind.