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Topic - Haley Peters
Georgia Tech can't shoot against Duke. No wonder the Yellow Jackets can't beat their conference rivals.
After stumbling a bit down the stretch, No. 10 Duke came to the right city - and faced the right opponent - to get rolling again.
Jewell Loyd scored 17 points to lead No. 2 Notre Dame past Florida State 83-57 on Friday in its Atlantic Coast Conference tournament debut.
No. 7 Duke is looking for ways to make up for a series of backcourt-crippling injuries. No. 14 North Carolina is still trying to solve some of its up-and-down ways.
Kayla McBride got No. 2 Notre Dame going early by hitting her first four shots and stopped seventh-ranked Duke's rally late by hitting back-to-back baskets.
Duke coach Joanne P. McCallie believes the seventh-ranked Blue Devils can take encouragement from rallying back from an 18-point deficit early against No. 2 Notre Dame to at least make a game out of it in the second half before losing 81-70 on Sunday.
With the tension of tournament time coming up, coach Joanne P. McCallie wanted a test for No. 7 Duke.
Audra Smith scrapped with some of the toughest players in the Atlantic Coast Conference during her college days - and that was just on her own team. So the former Virginia forward knows what it takes to win against the league's best and understands her first-year Clemson program doesn't have that yet.
Breanna Stewart tied a career high with 29 points and Bria Hartley added 26 as top-ranked Connecticut beat South Florida 81-53 on Sunday.
Pittsburgh protected the ball and passed it well, but making shots was a different story.
Natalie Achonwa scored a career-high 26 points, grabbed 16 rebounds and No. 2 Notre Dame survived a late challenge by Virginia and beat the Cavaliers 79-72 on Sunday afternoon.
Boston College coach Erik Johnson is eager to see how much his team will benefit from a rough week against the nation's elite.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Natalie Achonwa had 15 points and 13 rebounds to help No. 2 Notre Dame beat Clemson 71-51 in the Irish's ACC debut.
Maryland certainly knows what it takes to beat Duke at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
"Over the last few games, we've had some setbacks ... but we've always stayed with each other and stayed with what we're trying to build on," she added.