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All Women's Basketball News UConn follows it up forcing another Notre Dame turnover in the closing seconds. (0:18) However, Notre Dame battled back and had the game tied when the fourth quarter started.Ogunbowale finished the game 6-of-21 from the field, scored 18 points, six rebounds and one assist on the night.With the ball in her hands and the game on the line, Ogunbowale pulled-up from behind the three-point line and nailed the game-winning shot for the Fighting Irish at the buzzer.

(1:26)NCAA WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP PRES. (0:36)Geno Auriemma talks about UConn's dramatic loss in the Final Four to Notre Dame, saying that the Fighting Irish made more clutch shots near the end. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish women's basketball team defeated Mississippi State Sunday evening, 62-60, to win the 2018 NCAA Women's National Championship.
All year long, there were ups and downs. (1:23)Jackie Young drives to the basket and gets the bounce off the glass to put Notre Dame up 10. CBS Sports is a registered trademark of CBS Broadcasting Inc. National Championship Central | Championship Gear | Watch Championship Celebration (Monday, Noon) . Tonight wasn't any different.ARIKE OGUNBOWALE JUST WON NOTRE DAME THE 2018 NATIONAL TITLE! April 1, 2018. It is the second national championship for Notre Dame, ... Mccowan’s eighth rebound on Sunday was her 100th of this NCAA women’s tournament.

(0:25) All that will be remembered is the stellar play of Jessica Shepard, who led the Irish with 19 points, and the the game-winning shot by Ogunbowale.It was a wild finish to an incredible season for Notre Dame.
We get a chance to get some in-depth information and reporting on what went down when the Notre Dame Fighting Irish women’s basketball team made the 2018 National Championship. (1:19)ESPN bracketologists Joe Lunardi and Charlie Creme look ahead to March and size up the implications of Wednesday's announcement on the NCAA hoops tourneys.UConn takes advantage of second-chance points (0:18)Azura Stevens rejects the shot on one end of the court that sets up the deep jumper from Katie Lou Samuelson on the other end. (0:46)Breaking down Notre Dame's upset over UConn (2:28)During overtime between Notre Dame and UConn, a young kid is tired from the all the action as he is spotted sleeping in the front row. BY CAPITAL ONE - FINAL FOURAfter the Fighting Irish blow a pair of two possession leads in the fourth quarter and overtime, Arike Ogunbowale hits a difficult jumper with a second left to propel Notre Dame to the national championship game. © 2005-2020 CBS INTERACTIVE ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 4 Mississippi State, a No. Box Score | Photo Gallery | PDF Box. The Irish finished the season 35-3 after taking down No. Notre Dame’s Arike Ogunbowale missed the first of two free throws with 1.9 seconds remaining, and Baylor held on for an 82-81 victory Sunday in the NCAA women’s basketball championship game. Arike Ogunbowale talks about the clutch shots she made in regulation and in overtime to help Notre Dame upset UConn. The No. (1:09)Katie Lou Samuelson dribbles over to the wing and hits the 3-pointer as time expires in the 1st quarter. COLUMBUS, Ohio — For the second time in program history, the University of Notre Dame women’s basketball team is your NCAA National Champions. This win wasn't easy for the Irish. (0:21)Crystal Dangerfield knocks down the 3-pointer from the wing to tie the game at 89-89 in overtime. (0:17)Stevens gets tough and-1 shot to go (0:36)Rebecca Lobo, Kara Lawson, and Adam Amin talk about the clutch plays from Notre Dame that let to their exciting overtime win over UConn. (0:38)Gabby Williams grabs the offensive rebound and passes back out to Azura Stevens who hits the deep two-point shot. (2:28)Auriemma says UConn had their chances (2:57)Samuelson beats the buzzer from deep (0:25)Azura Stevens dribbles through the paint then knocks down the close bank shot plus the foul. Notre Dame only scored three points in the second quarter and trailed by 13 at half.

(4:11)Ogunbowale says she used "mamba mentality" to win (1:23)In another classic game between the Fighting Irish and Huskies, the teams battle back and forth with Arike Ogunbowale putting Notre Dame up for good with a second left in overtime. ATLANTA, GA – JANUARY 07: Notre Dame Fighting Irish forward Jessica Shepard (23) during the women’s college basketball game between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on January 07, 2018 at McCamish Pavilion in Atlanta, Georgia.

(0:19)The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference announced its schedule model for the 2020-21 college basketball season on Thursday, becoming the first league to make its plans public following the NCAA establishing a Nov. 25 start date.Dangerfield ties game in OT with 3-pointer (0:38)Muffet McGraw thought Notre Dame should have won in regulation. (Photo by Michael Wade/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)