Men's Basketball



Irish Move On To Second Round of NCAAs With Victory Over Princeton

Notre Dame has won its first round game in the NCAA tournament in each of the last three seasons


Replay: Irish Survive Princeton

Notre Dame’s 60-58 triumph after Princeton’s Devin Cannady missed a three-pointer with three seconds to go suggested it didn’t come easily.


Replay: Fitting Finale for Irish Seniors

The Irish defeated Boston College 82-66 in their home finale on Wednesday Night.


Replay: Irish Do Just Enough

Notre Dame defeated Georgia Tech 64-60 Sunday night


Finding Bonzie

Colson leads the ACC with 16 double-doubles (nine in conference play) this season.


CBS Highlights: #6 Irish 76, #14 Stephen F. Austin 75 (NCAA Second Round)

Pflueger Tip Gives Notre Dame 76-75 Win Over Stephen F. Austin


CBS Highlights: Notre Dame Rallies to Beat Michigan 70-63 in NCAA Opener

CBS Highlights: Notre Dame Rallies to Beat Michigan 70-63 in NCAA Opener


Irish go between the legs to get three

It didn't matter that Steve Vasturia was directly behind him, Matt Farrell found the shooter anyway with a nice between the legs pass for the three-pointer.


Notre Dame 71, West Virginia 83 (NCAA Second Round)

Photos from Notre Dame vs. West Virginia in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on 3/18/17.


Notre Dame 60, Princeton 58

Photos from No. 5 Notre Dame vs. No. 12 Princeton in the first round of the 2017 NCAA Tournament


NCAA Press Conference & Practice

Mike Brey and the Fighting Irish prepare for the NCAA tournament in Buffalo.


No.22 Notre Dame vs. No. 14 Duke

NCAA Basketball: No.22 Notre Dame vs. No. 14 Duke


Notre Dame vs. Florida State

ACC Tournament - March 10, 2017

2016-17 OUTLOOK:

“The ultimate ‘feel for the game’ guard. Steve knows how to play and has taken and made big shots for us. As a quieter guy, I have liked how he has become more vocal this summer. He knows it is his turn to lead. We need to have our bigs screen for him more and get him open shots on curling and driving action. He is an unbelievably reliable defender. You can put him on anyone - and we have. All I know is, when Steve is on the court I am a calmer coach. He makes the other four guys better on both ends of the floor.”
- Notre Dame head coach Mike Brey


2015 ACC All-Tournament First Team

2015 & 2016 Notre Dame Defensive Player of the Year

2014 Notre Dame Newcomer of the Year

ACC Rookie of the Week (Jan. 6, 2014)

JUNIOR SEASON (2015-16):

  • Overcame a tough shooting day to score five of Notre Dame’s 14 points in the overtime win over Duke (3/10/16) in the ACC Quarterfinals.
  • Scored a career-high 22 points in Notre Dame’s victory at Duke (1/16/16), while matching his career-best with four three-point field goals.
  • Stepped into the point guard role for the Irish in the absence of Demetrius Jackson during the games with Boston College (1/23/16) and Syracuse (1/28/16).
  • Posted double figures in 25 of 36 games and has made a team-high 86 consecutive starts.


  • Reached double figures in 21 contests.
  • Registered the first 20-point performance of his career when he led the Irish with 20 points in a win over Butler (3/21/15) in third round of the NCAA Championship, a victory that sent Notre Dame into the NCAA Sweet 16 for the first time since 2003. Connected on 6-11 shots from the field and grabbed six rebounds while playing a career-high 43 minutes in the overtime victory.
  • Scored 17 points and grabbed six rebounds In an overtime win against Georgia Tech (1/3/15) at Purcell Pavilion.
  • Named to the ACC All-Tournament First Team after averaging 13.0 points per game and shooting over 52.0 percent from the field in Notre Dame’s victories over Miami (3/12/15), Duke (3/13/15) and North Carolina (3/14/15) as the Irish claimed the program’s first ACC Championship. 


  • Played in 27 contests and made 12 starts during the season.
  • Came off the bench to score nine points and grab four rebounds in a 79-77 Irish victory over Duke (1/4/14) in the program’s first Atlantic Coast Conference game at the Joyce Center.
  • Earned ACC rookie-of-the-week honors for his performance against the Blue Devils as he connected on three three-pointers (on five attempts) in the game.
  • Netted double figures for the first time in his career in 61-55 loss at number one-ranked Syracuse (2/3/14).


  • Concluded his career at St. Joseph’s Prep in Philadelphia, Pa., as school's all-time career scoring leader with 1,766 career points. 
  • Had his No. 32 jersey retired at school's Kelly Fieldhouse following his senior season, only the third athlete in school history and first basketball player to receive that honor at St. Joseph’s Prep.
  • Two-time honoree (junior and senior season) as Catholic League's Most Valuable Player.
  • Named Catholic League Defensive Player of the Year in 2013.
  • Led Hawks to the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) state semifinals in 2013.
  • First St. Joseph’s Prep player to be named the Gatorade Pennsylvania Player of the Year.
  • Played for the Jersey Shore Warriors AAU Team.


  • Full name is Stephen Paul Vasturia.
  • Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Son of John and Kathleen Vasturia, along with older brother Patrick and younger brother Michael.
  • Father John played baseball and football at Pennsylvania and mother Kathleen played basketball at Dickinson College.
  • Enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business with a major in Management Consulting.

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Steve Vasturia
Steve  Vasturia


Medford, N.J.

High School:
St. Joseph's Prep

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 212


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