Women's Basketball


March 10, 1998

Irish Prepare for Southwest Missouri State in the NCAA Tournament

(9) Notre Dame Irish (20-9) vs.
(8) Southwest Missouri St. (24-5)

Date: Friday, March 13, 1998
Place: Lubbock Municipal Coliseum (8,174), Lubbock, Texas (Texas Tech University host)
Time: 6:00 p.m. CST local/7:00 p.m. EST (Indiana)
Television: None.
Radio: All Notre Dame games are broadcast on WHME-FM (103.1 in South Bend). Bob Nagle will provide play-by-play for the games.

Notre Dame (20-9) Plays Southwest Missouri State (24-5) in NCAA First Round:
Notre Dame (20-9), winners of 17 of its last 22 games and a 1997 Final Four participant, will take on Missouri Valley Conference member Southwest Missouri State (24-5) Friday in Lubbock, Texas in the first round of the NCAA Midwest Regional. Game time is set for 6:00 p.m. CST (7:00 p.m. EST/Indiana).

This is the third consecutive season the Irish have received an invitation to the NCAA tournament and the fifth time in seven years. This is the fifth straight season Notre Dame has advanced to postseason play and the fourth straight season the Irish have advanced to the Lone Star State.

In 1995, Notre Dame played in the National Women’s Invitation Tournament in Amarillo, Texas where the Irish went 2-1. In 1996, Notre Dame traveled to Lubbock for the NCAA tournament. Texas proved to be good luck for the Irish as Notre Dame won its first ever NCAA tournament game, upsetting No. 5 seed Purdue 73-60 before falling to the host school and No. 4 seed Texas Tech 82-67. Last season the Irish began their march to the NCAA national semifinals by defeating No. 11 seed Memphis 93-62 and upsetting the host school and No. 6 seed Texas 86-83 in Austin, Texas.

This season the Irish received a No. 9 seed and own a 4-3 record as a seed underdog including three victories as underdogs last season. Southwest Missouri State received a No. 8 seed in the region. The other two teams in the subregion are Big 12 Conference champion, host school and No. 1 seed Texas Tech (25-4) and Southwestern Athletic Conference champion 16th-seed Grambling.

Probable Starers   
No. Player(Car. Gm/Starts) Pos. Ht.  Cl.   PPG RPG  Other   Top Note:
50  Kelley Siemon (29/27)   F   6-2  Fr.   8.0 4.8 1.3 apg  27 starts in rookie season
00  Ruth Riley (29/23)      C   6-5  Fr.  10.8 7.3 2.1 bpg  Nine double-doubles; 58.7 FG Pct.
 3  Mollie Peirick (125/115)G  5-11  Sr.  11.3 5.0 5.9 apg  13th ND player to score 1,000 pts.
20  Sheila McMillen (97/35) G  5-10  Jr.  13.4 2.7 1.5 apg  BE Tourney & ND record 8 treys vs. SJ
23  Niele Ivey (33/16)      G   5-8  So.   8.1 3.4 2.9 apg  Team-high 63 steals; 13.0 ppg in last 5 gms.
No. Player(Car. Gm/Starts)Pos. Ht.  Cl.  PPG   RPG   Other   Top Note:   
12  Danielle Green (54/14) G   5-8  Jr.  10.6  5.1  1.3 apg  9 pts. and 9 rebs. vs. UConn in last game
42  Kari Hutchinson (93/7) G   6-0  Fr.   3.4  2.8  1.6 apg  Hit 9 of last 10 treys (90.0 pct.)
32  Julie Henderson (65/3)F/C  6-3  So.   4.4  3.2  0.7 apg  Career high 14 points, 8 rebs. vs. St. John’s
40  Diana Braendly (59/0)  C   6-4  Jr.   3.6  2.0  0.9 apg  Played nine or more minutes in 9 of last 10
44  Meghan Leahy (20/0)    F   6-4  Fr.   2.1  2.0  0.3 spg  Had 5 rebs vs. SJ, most since Jan. 31
41  Imani Dunbar (19/0)    G   5-7  Fr.   1.1  0.3  0.4 spg  Career high 5 points against St. John’s
25  Mary Leffers (12/0)    F   6-4  So.   1.7  0.8  0.3 bpg  Has played in four of the last seven gms.

Head Coach: Muffet McGraw (St. Joseph’s ’77); 233-104 in 11th season at Notre Dame; 321-145 in 16th season overall
Assistant Coaches: Carol Owens (Northern Illinois ’80), Kevin McGuff (St. Joseph’s (IN) ’92), Letitia Bowen (Notre Dame ’95)
Trainer: Bill Cowgill (Arkansas ’94)
Manager: Christy Grady (Notre Dame ’98)

Notre Dame vs. The Sub-Regional:
Notre Dame and Southwest Missouri State have never played in women’s basketball.

As for other sub-regional teams, the Irish have never played Grambling and have only played Texas Tech once. Notre Dame lost at Texas Tech in the second round of the 1996 NCAA Championship by a score of 82-67. The No. 12 seed Irish upset No. 5 seed Purdue in the first round before meeting No. 4 seed Texas Tech. The Lady Raiders led from the opening tipoff and only once was the game tied (3-3 with 18:19 left). Texas Tech dominated the boards outrebounding Notre Dame 40-28 and enjoyed a 26-10 free throw advantage. Katryna Gaither scored 21 points and added eight rebounds while Beth Morgan added 16 points. Current Irish guard Sheila McMillen was the only other Notre Dame player in double figures with 13 points.

Notre Dame vs. Missouri Valley Conference:
Notre Dame has compiled a 21-2 mark against current members of the Missouri Valley Conference. The Irish are: 18-1 vs. Evansville, 1-0 vs. Bradley, 1-0 vs. Creighton, 1-1 vs. Illinois State. Notre Dame has not played against Drake, Indiana State, Northern Iowa, Southern Illinois, Southwest Missouri State or Wichita State.

Notre Dame did not play a Missouri Valley Conference school this season and last played against a current MVC team was on February 12, 1994 when the Irish won at Evansville 89-62 when both school were members of the Midwestern Collegiate Conference.

Common Foe:
Notre Dame and Southwest Missouri State had one common opponent this season, Providence. The Lady Bears defeated Providence 109-64 in Springfield, Mo. on Nov. 23 while the Irish posted a 109-60 victory over the Friars on January 24 at Notre Dame, Ind.

Notre Dame Makes Fifth NCAA Appearance:
Notre Dame is in the NCAA tournament for the third consecutive season and for the fifth time in seven years. The Irish received an at-large berth and a No. 9 seed in the Midwest Regional of the NCAA tournament.

In 1992, Notre Dame made its first ever NCAA appearance as the No. 12 seed. The Irish played at Pauley Pavilion and fifth-seeded UCLA in the first round on march 18. The Bruins, behind 22 points and 15 rebounds from Natalie Williams defeated the Irish 93-72. Notre Dame was led by Michelle Marciniak who came off the bench to score 21 points. Current Irish assistant coach Letitia Bowen scored 18 points while adding a team-high 12 rebounds. UCLA outrebounded Notre Dame 64-37 in the contest. UCLA lost in the regional semifinal to Final Four bound Southwest Missouri State 83-57.

In 1994, the Irish played host to the NCAA tournament drawing the No. 7 seed and entertaining 10th-seeded Minnesota. The Gophers led by a point at the half and shot 65.0 percent from the field in the second half to upset the Irish 81-76 at the Joyce Center on March 16. Minnesota was led by Carol Ann Shudick who scored 19 points, connecting on 7-of-12 shots from the floor. Beth Morgan paced the Irish with 26 points while Kara Leary added 10 points.

In 1996, Notre Dame made some noise as the No. 12 seed. In Lubbock, Texas, the Irish upset fifth-seeded Purdue 73-60 on March 17. The Irish made 25-of-32 free throw attempts compared to 9-of-13 for the Boilermakers. Katryna Gaither led the way with 18 points and 13 rebounds while Beth Morgan and Rosanne Bohman added 16 points apiece. Stacey Lovelace led Purdue with 17 points and 15 rebounds. No. 4 seed Texas Tech ended the Irish run with an 82-67 victory in the second round of the tournament.

Last season, Notre Dame advanced to the national semifinals as a No. 6 seed in the East Regional. The Irish opened the tournament with victories over No. 11 seed Memphis 93-62 and No. 3 seed Texas 86-83 in Austin, Texas. Notre Dame advanced to the East Regional finals in Columbia, S.C. where the Irish disposed of No. 2 seed Alabama 87-71 and No. 5 seed George Washington 65-52 to claim the regional championship. The Irish were eliminated in the national semifinal by eventual national champion Tennessee 80-66. Notre Dame was paced in the tournament by Katryna Gaither who averaged a tournament high 26.4 points and 12.2 rebounds, and Beth Morgan who posted 22.6 points and 6.6 rebounds per tournament contest.

Notre Dame Makes Another Run Into March Madness:
Under Muffet McGraw, the Irish have made a habit out of finishing the season strong. Since McGraw’s first season in 1987-88, Notre Dame has compiled a 36-19 (65.5 percent) mark in March including an incredible 25-7 (78.1 percent) regular season March record. In addition, each of the last 11 seasons, Notre Dame has ended the season on a roll. Below is a look at Notre Dame’s March record in the McGraw era as well as the way the Irish ended the season.
Season W-L Down The Stretch
1987-88 2-1 Won eight of final 10 games
1988-89 5-2 Won six of final eight games
1989-90 4-0 Won final 12 games
1990-91 3-3 Won 22 of final 28 games
1991-92 3-3 Won eight of final 11 games
1992-93 2-2 Won eight of final 11 games
1993-94 3-1 Won 11 of final 13 games
1994-95 4-2 Won 15 of final 18 games
1995-96 3-2 Won nine of final 12 games
1996-97 6-2 Won 21 of final 24 games
1997-98 1-1 Won 17 of final 22 games
Total 36-19

Quick Player Sketches:

  • Mollie Peirick, the only returning starter off of last year’s Final Four team, is the only Irish player to have started all 29 games this season. She is the team’s second-leading scorer (11.3 ppg.) and third-leading rebounder (5.0 rpg.). Peirick tops the team in assists (5.9), minutes played (31.3) and free throw percentage (83.8). A third-team all-BIG EAST selection, she scored in double figures in 18 games this season.

    The 13th player in the program’s history to score more than 1,000 points (1,015 career points), Peirick is second on the all-time career assist list with 623 assists. She has dished off eight or more assists in nine games this season.

    Playing in her third NCAA tournament, she has started all seven games and has averaged 5.0 points, 5.4 rebounds and 6.4 assists. Peirick has also connected on 93.8 percent of her free throws (15-16).

  • Sheila McMillen, the top returning scorer from a year ago, leads the team in scoring with 13.4 ppg. and has been in double figures in 20 games. McMillen had a season-high 24 points in Notre Dame’s BIG EAST tournament first round win over St. John’s, her fifth 20-point outing of the season. In the game, she scored all of her 24 points on three-pointers as she connected on eight-of-13 from beyond the arc. Her eight three pointers established a BIG EAST tournament and Notre Dame school record.

    McMillen is playing in her third NCAA tournament and has averaged 25.9 minutes in seven games. In the seven tournament games for Notre Dame over the past two seasons, she is averaging 7.3 ppg.

  • Ruth Riley was named to the BIG EAST All-Rookie team and was a three-time BIG EAST Rookie of the Week honoree during 1997-98. She is the team’s leading rebounder (7.3 rpg.) and shot blocker (2.1 blkspg.) and is third in the scoring column (10.8). Riley, who has played in all 29 games and started the last 23, has registered nine double-doubles (including a Notre Dame record five straight in mid January). She has been in double figures in 16 games and has grabbed 10 or more boards in 10 games.
  • Niele Ivey earned the starting job in January and has started all 16 of the 28 games she has played this season, which includes 14 consecutive starts. She missed the Pittsburgh game on February 15 after suffering a hip pointer against St. John’s on February. Ivey returned to the lineup this season after tearing her right anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in the fifth game of the 1996-97 campaign. She is averaging 8. 1 ppg. and 3.4 rpg., while leading the team with 63 steals (2.3 per game).

    Ivey has been in double figures scoring in 10 games this season and netted a career-high 20 points in a loss to Connecticut at Gampel Pavilion on February 21.

  • Kelley Siemon has been the only freshmen along with Ruth Riley to play in all 29 games and has been a starter in all but two contests (Wisconsin and Rutgers). Siemon is averaging 8.0 ppg. and 4.8 rpg. and has netted double figures scoring in nine contests.

    She scored a career-high 20 points in Notre Dame’s double overtime victory at UCLA hitting four-of-seven from the field. Siemon also was a perfect 12-for-12 from the free throw line in the contest. She had her only double-double of the season when she registered 13 points and a career-high 11 rebounds in Notre Dame’s win at Georgetown.

  • Danielle Green is the team’s fourth-leading scorer averaging 10.6 ppg. and is second in the rebounding column with a 5.1 average. She started the first 14 games of the season and has played in 27 contests. Green has come off the bench in the last 13 contests she has played.

    Green missed the entire 1996-97 season after tearing her right achilles tendon on the first day of practice (October 15, 1996). She has scored in double figures in 11 games and registered a career-high 22 points in a win over Providence. Green had her only career double-double when she scored 18 points and grabbed a personal best 12 rebounds against South Florida.

  • Kari Hutchinson has started three games (Wisconsin, Pittsburgh and Rutgers) and has played in all 29 contests. She is averaging 3.4 ppg. and 2.8 rpg. Hutchinson had the best game of her career in Notre Dame’s loss at Villanova as she played a season-high 31 minutes, scored a career-high 12 points and grabbed a personal best eight rebounds.

    Hutchinson played in all five of Notre Dame’s NCAA tournament games a year ago.

  • Julie Henderson started the first six games of the season and has played in 27 games this season. She is averaging 4.4 ppg. and 3.2 rpg. and has posted double figures in scoring in three games. Henderson was impressive in Notre Dame’s first round BIG EAST tournament game against St. John’s as she netted a career-high 14 points and tied her season-high with nine rebounds.

    She saw action in all five of Notre Dame’s NCAA tournament games in ‘97 averaging 2.8 ppg. and 1.8 rpg.

The BIG EAST Tournament in Review:
Semifinals: Notre Dame lost to Connecticut for the eighth straight time as the Irish were beaten 73-53 by the Huskies and eliminated from the BIG EAST Tournament. Connecticut jumped out to a 17-2 advantage to start the game and forced 21 first-half Irish turnovers and held the Irish to under 40-percent shooting (36.6 percent) for the third time this season.

Connecticut, which had three players in double figures, shot 51.8 percent for the game, and knocked down 15-of-25 shots in the second half (60.0 percent).

The game marked the third consecutive year the teams met in the conference championship. In each Notre Dame’s first two seasons (1996 and 1997), the two teams met in the championship game.

Quarterfinals: Freshman center Ruth Riley scored 18 points and grabbed seven rebounds and junior guard Danielle Green came off the bench to add 17 points as Notre Dame defeated fourth-seeded Villanova 56-48 on Sunday afternoon in the quarterfinals of the BIG EAST tournament.

Notre Dame won its 20th game of the season marking the fifth consecutive year the Irish have won 20 games and the Irish have now won six of their last seven games.

Notre Dame led 20-17 at the half, but a 20-10 Villanova run to open the second half gave the Wildcats a 37-30 lead with 13:43 remaining. The Irish responded with a 15-0 run over the next five minutes. Green scored eight of her nine second half points during that stretch and gave the Irish the lead for good on a lay-up with 10:34 remaining in the contest.

The Irish used a strong defensive effort to key the victory. One day after allowing St. John’s 57 points, Notre Dame held Villanova to 48 points and 32.7 percent field goal shooting.

First Round: Notre Dame scored the first 14 points of the game and built a 27-point halftime advantage as the Irish defeated St. John’s 94-57 in the first round of the BIG EAST tournament.

Irish junior guard Sheila McMillen set a school record and a BIG EAST Tournament record connecting on eight three-point goals in 12 attempts en route to a game-high 24 points. As a team, Notre Dame connected on 13 three-point goals to break both a school record and league tournament record.

Notre Dame senior guard Mollie Peirick had 11 points, eight assists and five rebounds and became the 13th player in school history to score 1,000 career points. A native of Eureka, Mo., Peirick achieved the milestone on a three-point basket in the first half and ended the contest with 1,004 career points.

Sophomore forward Julie Henderson was also in double figures for the Irish with a career high 14 points and eight rebounds off the bench.

Notre Dame, which led by as many as 48 points in the second half, used a suffocating defense to limit the Express to just five first half field goals in racing to a 47-20 halftime advantage. After St. John’s opened the second half with a three-point goal, the Irish responded with 17 straight points to push the lead to 41 points.

Four BIG EAST Teams in NCAA Tournament:
For the first time in BIG EAST Conference history, four teams are playing in the NCAA tournament. In addition to the Irish, who are making their third straight appearance and fifth in the 21-year history of the program, Connecticut, Rutgers and Miami also are representing the league in the field of 6 teams. The Huskies are making their 10th consecutive appearance, while Rutgers is playing in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1994 after earning berths nine straight years from 1986-94. This is Miami’s third NCAA appearance as the Hurricanes received the Conference’s automatic bids in both 1993 and 1992.

This is the first year since 1993 that the BIG EAST has had more than three teams in the tournament. Four times (1993, 1992, 1989 and 1988), three BIG EAST squads earned NCAA berths.

The Conference has had a team in the Final Four each of the past three seasons — Notre Dame in 1997 and Connecticut in 1996 and 1995. Over the last four years, the BIG EAST has posted a 24-7 mark in NCAA play. Since the league sent a team to NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship in 1983, BIG EAST teams have compiled a 36-29 mark. Since 1990-91, the BIG EAST has gone 33-15 in NCAA action after registering just a 3-14 mark from 1983-90.

Connecticut is 20-8 in NCAA tournament games, while Notre Dame is 5-4 overall and 5-2 as a member of the BIG EAST. Miami is 2-3 in the tournament, while Rutgers is 9-9 overall, but this is the first time they will be playing as a member of the league.

Peirick Riley Claim BIG EAST Honors:
Senior guard Mollie Peirick was a third-team all-BIG EAST honoree, while freshman Ruth Riley was named to the league’s all-Rookie team. Peirick became became third Notre Dame player in as many seasons to earn a spot on one of the league three all-conference teams. Riley is the first Notre Dame player be named to the all-rookie team. During the 1996-96 and 1996-97 campaigns, Beth Morgan and Katryna Gaither were each selected for first-team all-BIG EAST honors.

Peirick averaged 11.7 seven points, 4.8 rebounds and led the team with 6.2 assists in 18 league games as the Irish finished with a 12-6 conference record.

Riley was the team’s second-leading scorer in BIG EAST games with a 12.4 ppg. average. She led the team in rebounding and was second in the conference with 40 blocks. Riley also was named the league’s rookie of the week three consecutive weeks in January.

Irish Post Fifth Straight 20-Win Season:
Notre Dame’s 20-9 record marks the fifth consecutive year and the eighth time under Irish head coach Muffet McGraw that the Irish have reached the 10-win plateau. It also marks the 13th time in the 21 seasons of women’s basketball at Notre Dame that the Irish have won 20 or more games. Notre Dame has a 397-203 (66.2 percent) record since the 1977-78 inaugural season. Since the 1989-90 campaign, Irish teams have averaged 21 victories a season.

Head Coach Muffet McGraw:
Muffet McGraw is in her 11th season along the Notre Dame sidelines and her 16th as a collegiate coach. Her career coaching ledger stands at 321-145 (.689) and she owns a 233-104 (.691) as head coach of the Irish. McGraw reached two milestones last season, earning her 200th win at Notre Dame with its 72-71 decision over Miami on January 29, 1997 and the 300th of her collegiate career with the 87-81 win over Alabama in its NCAA Tournament East Regional semifinal contest on March 22, 1997. Prior to coming to Notre Dame, she spent five seasons at Lehigh where she compiled a 138-69 (.667) record. Under McGraw, the Irish have posted nine 20-win seasons, including five straight (1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97 and 1997-98). As a member of the Midwestern Collegiate Conference, her teams won five regular season championships and five tournament crowns. She also guided the Irish to their only three NCAA tournament appearances in school history in 1996, 1994 and 1992. During her tenure, McGraw’s Irish teams have averaged 21.3 victories each season. Following the conclusion of the 1995-96 campaign, McGraw was named District II Coach of the Year by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA).

Peirick Reaches 1,000-Point Plateau:
Against St. John’s, in the first round of the NCAA tournament, Mollie Peirick became the 13th player in Notre Dame women’s basketball history to reach the 1000-point mark. She currently has 1,015 career points for an 8.1 career average. Already this season, Peirick has eclipsed her previous single-season scoring best with 327 points for an 11.3 ppg. (second best on the team.).

Notre Dame won 14 of its last 19 games against BIG EAST competition after dropping its first two league games against Rutgers and Connecticut in early December. The back-to-back BIG EAST losses marked the first time since joining the league that the Irish had dropped consecutive league outings.

Late Season Favored Irish:
The final regular-season scheduling certainly favored the Irish as they played four of their five contests at home. They were 4-1 in that stretch winning all four games at home.

BIG EAST Road Woes:
Five of Notre Dame’s six BIG EAST losses during the regular season came on the road. The Irish lost four of their last six league road games, including three consecutive road games against Villanova, Miami and Connecticut.

Irish in the Joyce Center:
Notre Dame finished its 21st season at the Joyce Center with a 12-1 mark and are 184-64 (.742) since 1977-78. For the third straight season, the Irish won 11 or more games as Notre Dame finished the 1997-98 campaign with a 12-1 mark at the Joyce Center. The 12 wins represent the most in a single season by any Irish women’s basketball team. The previous record was 11 which was established on five different occasions. During the 1996-97 and 1997-98 campaigns, the Irish had back-to-back 11-1 marks at home. During the 1996-97 season, their only loss at home was to Wisconsin (81-69) and the only blemish on this year’s home record is a 78-59 setback to Connecticut.

Riley Has Nine Double-Doubles:
Ruth Riley, who became the first player in Notre Dame women’s basketball history to register five consecutive double-doubles, recorded her ninth of the season against Rutgers in the regular-season finale on February 24 for both teams as she scored 23 points and grabbed 12 rebounds. It marked the third 20-point outing of the season for Riley who also scored 27 against West Virginia and 29 versus Syracuse. Currently, she is the team’s third-leading scorer and top rebounder averaging 10.8 points and 7.3 rebounds. She has scored in double figures in 16 games this season and has grabbed 10-plus boards 10 times.

Riley’s Double-Doubles: Here’s a look at Ruth Riley’s nine double-double performances this season:
vs. Miami (19 points, 11 rebounds)
vs. St. John’s (10 points, 10 rebounds)
vs. West Virginia (27 points, 12 rebounds)
vs. Boston College (18 points, 11 rebounds)
vs. Syracuse (29 points, 13 rebounds)
vs. St. John’s (13 points, 10 rebounds)
vs. Pittsburgh (10 points, 12 rebounds)
vs. Georgetown (11 points, 11 rebounds)

Peirick Steps Up:
Senior guard Mollie Peirick turned in the top two performances of her career in back-to-back games against West Virginia and Boston College in January as she had consecutive 20-point outings. In the West Virginia contest, she netted 20-plus points for the third time in her career as she scored a then personal-best 23 points, while grabbing four rebounds and dishing off seven assists. She hit six-of-13 shots from the field and was a perfect nine-for-nine from the free throw line. Peirick came back three nights later against the Eagles and tossed in a career-high 26 points, while also grabbing six rebounds. She had her best performance against Boston College, despite playing on a sprained left ankle she suffered in practice two days prior to the game, as she tied the contest with 13 seconds left to play by making three free throws after attempting a three-point shot. Peirick attempted a career-high 23 shots against Boston College. She is the team’s second-leading scorer (11.3 ppg.), third-leading rebounder (5.0 rpg.) and tops the team in assists (5.9 apg.), free throw percentage (83.8) and minutes played (31.3). Peirick is the only player to have started all 29 games this season and has netted double figures in all but ten contests.

Peirick Moves to Second on All-Time Assist List:
Mollie Peirick is second on the all-time Notre Dame career assist list with 623. Mary Gavin is Notre Dame’s career assist leader with 778. Peirick had 10 assists against St. John’s on February 12 which marked the second time this season she had 10 or more assists in a game. Over the last 12 games, she has dished off 75 assists and is averaging 6.3 per game. In four of the last 12 games, Peirick has had nine or more assists.

Mollie Peirick ranks second all-time in the number of career games she has played in with 125. She has started 115 contests throughout her career. Only Katryna Gaither has played in more contests (128) than Peirick.

Peirick Connects from the Line:
Mollie Peirick leads the team from the free throw line as she has connected on 83.8 percent (62-74). In back-to-back contests against West Virginia and Boston College in January, Peirick was 17-18 (94.4) from the charity stripe.

McMillen in the Groove:
Sheila McMillen, who was held scoreless for the second time in her career (97 games) against Miami on February 3, has scored in double figures in 20 games this season and leads the Irish in scoring with 13.4 ppg. The only other time McMillen was held without a point in a game was against Providence on January 14, 1996. Her 24-point outing against St. John’s in the first round of the BIG EAST tournament marked the fifth 20-plus performance of the season.

Ivey Nets Career Best:
Sophomore guard Niele Ivey returned to the starting lineup against Georgetown on February 18 after missing the Pittsburgh game with a hip pointer she sustained against St. John’s on February 12. She has started the last 14 games she has played in and has made 16 starts overall this season. Ivey had her first 20-point performance of her career when she scored 20 points against Connecticut on February 21. She is averaging 8.1 points and leads the team with 62 steals (2.3 per game). Ivey has been in double figures in 10 games this season and was honored as the BIG EAST Player of the Week in mid-December.

Green Provides A Spark:
Junior guard Danielle Green has been a spark in the Irish lineup this season. She missed all of last season with a torn achilles tendon which she suffered on the first day of practice (Oct. 15), but started the first 14 games of the 1997-98 campaign. Green missed the West Virginia and Seton Hall games, but has come off the bench in the last nine games. She is the team’s fourth-leading scorer (10.6 ppg.) and is second on the team in rebounding (5.0 rpg.). Green had a career-high 22-point outing against Providence on January 24, which marked the first time in her career that she scored 20-plus points in a game. She recorded her first career double-double versus South Florida when she scored 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in Notre Dame’s 73-50 victory. She has been in double figures in 11 games this season.

Siemon in Double Figures:
Freshman Kelley Siemon’s 14-point outing against Miami on February 3 marked the ninth time this season she has been in double figures. In the game, she was seven-of-eight from the field and also grabbed five rebounds. Siemon recorded her first career double-double versus Georgetown on January 6 when she netted 13 points and grabbed 11 rebounds. She had a career-high 20 points in Notre Dame’s double overtime win at UCLA in November.

Riley Rejections:
Freshman Ruth Riley had a career-high seven blocks in the South Florida game, one shy of the school record. Riley leads the Irish in that category with 62 blocks (2.2 per game).

Working Overtime:
Notre Dame’s double overtime victory over UCLA was the first for the Irish since January 9, 1992 when Notre Dame beat Dayton 76-70 at the Joyce Center. Coach Muffet McGraw’s squad had not played an overtime game since an 88-79 win at Seton Hall on January 2, 1996.

Hills, Haney Sign with Irish:
Irish head coach Muffet McGraw has signed two players to national letters of intent during the early signing period. Sherisha Hills, a 5-8 guard from Tampa, Fla., and Ericka Haney, a 6-1 forward from Toledo, Ohio, comprise Notre Dame’s Class of 2002.

Hills, rated the third best player in the state of Florida, is 34th on Blue Star Basketball’s list of top 60 seniors in 1997-98. A two-time Class 3A first-team all-state honoree, she was named to the 1997 AAU All-America team after leading her squad to a seventh-place finish at the national tournament.

A three-year starter at Academy of the Holy Names, she has scored 1,853 points during her career, averaging 19.5 ppg. as a junior and 22.0 ppg. as a sophomore.

Haney, rated the 49th best senior by Blue Star Basketball, led her Toledo Catholic Central squad in scoring (16.0 ppg.), rebounding (12.0 rpg.) and blocked shots (3.0 blks.) last season. She earned first-team all-state, all-city and all-district honors as a junior.

An AAU All-American, she is a track standout and high school All-American in the 100-meter hurdles.

Helping to Put the BIG in the BIG EAST:
In just its third season as a member of the BIG EAST, Notre Dame has proven to be one of the most dominant teams in the league. The Irish have a 44-10 (81.4 percent) record in regular season games and 6-3 mark (66.7 percent) in BIG EAST tournament action for an overall record of 50-13 (79.3 percent) against league opponents. Of Notre Dame’s 13 league losses, eight have come against Connecticut, when the Huskies were ranked in the top three nationally. The Irish have lost to only four other teams in the BIG EAST — Rutgers (twice), Boston College, Villanova and Miami.

Hutchinson Has Big Night Against Villanova:
Senior guard Kari Hutchinson was one of the only brights in Notre Dame’s loss at Villanova. She played a season-high 31 minutes in the contest, while also registering career-highs of 12 points and eight rebounds. Hutchinson was four-of-seven from the field and two-of-two from three-point range. She has started two games this season against Wisconsin and Pittsburgh.

Henderson a Spark in Win Over St. John’s
Sophomore Julie Henderson had her best game of the season against St. John’s in the first round of the BIG EAST tournament as she scored a career-high 14 points and tying her season best with eight boards. Henderson played 25 minutes in the game, the most minutes since the season opener against Butler when she logged 28.

Irish Tough at Home Against BIG EAST Foes:
Notre Dame has compiled a 26-2 (.929) against BIG EAST opponents at the Joyce Center since joining the league in 1995-96. The only two Irish losses are to Connecticut. Notre Dame was a perfect 9-0 at home in league action during the 1996-97 season.

Irish Versus Ranked Opponents:
Notre Dame is 0-5 against ranked foes this season with losses to Duke, Connecticut (three times) and Wisconsin.

Big Ten Bonanza:
Notre Dame posted a 1-1 mark versus Big Ten foes this season as the Irish had back-to-back games against Wisconsin and Purdue. Last year, Notre Dame was 1-3 against the league, losing to Wisconsin, Purdue and Ohio State, while posting its lone win against Indiana.

Tough Defense:
Prior to giving up 78 points in both the West Virginia and Boston College games in January, the Irish had held four straight opponents to under 60 points. In that stretch, Notre Dame held its opponent to under 50 points in four consecutive games versus San Francisco, Pittsburgh, Georgetown and Miami. It marked a first in the program’s history that an Irish team held four straight opponents to under 50 points. Notre Dame gave up a season-low 35 points against Seton Hall and posted its biggest margin of victory (56 points) in the win over the Pirates. The 35 points scored in the game were the second fewest allowed by a Notre Dame team and second fewest scored by an opposing team at the Joyce Center.

Over the Century Mark:
Notre Dame’s 109-60 victory against Providence marked the seventh time an Irish team scored 100-plus points. Under McGraw, five Notre Dame teams have reached the 100-point plateau. The 109 points were the second highest in school history, four shy of the mark of 113. The last time an Irish team scored 100 points was against West Virginia in a 103-58 victory on January 7, 1997.

The 1998 Senior Class
Here is some of what the Irish senior class – Kari Hutchinson and Mollie Peirick – have accomplished the last four seasons at Notre Dame.


  • Four-year record of: 95-34 (73.6 percent), second best class record in Notre Dame history
  • Three NCAA tournament appearances (’96, ’97, ’98) and four postseason tournament appearances
  • Four seasons with at least 20 victories including school-record 31-win campaign (1997)
  • MCC regular season championship (1995)
  • Four-year home record of 43-5 (89.6 percent)
  • Four-year record of 52-29 (64.2 percent) away from home
  • Four-year conference record of: 59-11 (84.3 percent)
  • Three-year BIG EAST Record of 29-7 (80.6 percent)
  • One-year MCC Record of 15-1 (93.8 percent)
  • 10-game win streak (1997), nine-game win streak (1995), eight-game win streak (1998)

Leffers Joins Team:
Sophomore Mary Leffers who helped the Irish women’s volleyball team to the round of 16 in the 1997 NCAA Volleyball Championship, has joined the Notre Dame team as a walk-on. Leffers, the starting middle blocker, has played in 12 Irish contests. A native of Tampa, Fla., she played high school basketball at Berkeley Prep.

Riley Makes the Grade:
Freshman Ruth Riley was named to the Dean’s List after earning a 3.80 grade point average in her first semester. Riley is enrolled in the First Year of Studies.

Tidbits on ’97 Final Four Run:
Last year, playing as the No. 6 seed in the East Region, its highest seed ever, the Irish advanced to their first-ever Final Four appearance. Notre Dame beat three ranked opponents en route to the East Regional championship. The Irish were just the third team in the 16-year history of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship to advance to the Final Four without a top four seed. Notre Dame, which had not advanced past the second round prior to the 1997 season, was the lowest seeded team ever to win the East Regional and the first team to make its Final Four debut since Alabama, North Carolina and Purdue all made their first appearances in 1994. Notre Dame played in Austin, Tex. for the first two rounds, beating 11th-seeded Memphis 93-62 in first round and then upsetting third-seeded and 14th-ranked Texas on its home floor 86-83. Notre Dame then beat second-seeded and eighth-ranked Alabama 87-71 as the Irish used a 22-0 spurt over a 6:03 stretch in the second half to overcome a nine-point halftime deficit. Beth Morgan scored a career-high 36 points to set an East Regional scoring record. She connected on six three-pointers in the contest, a mark which also established a new East Regional mark. Notre Dame earned the East Regional crown and its first-ever Final Four apperance with a 62-52 victory over 16th-ranked George Washington in the regional final behind 25 points and 16 rebounds from East Regional Tournament MVP Katryna Gaither.

Irish Have NCAA Tournament Experience:
Six of the 12 players on the 1997-98 Notre Dame roster have been part of at least one Notre Dame team that has advanced to the NCAA tournament. Senior Mollie Peirick and junior Sheila McMillen are the two players with the most tournament experience. Both are playing in the NCAA tournament for the third consecutive year and each has played in all seven games the Irish have been involved in. Peirick has started all seven NCAA contests over the past two years and is averaging 5.0 points, 5.4 rebounds and 6.4 assists. McMillen has played in all seven games and is averaging 7.3 points and 3.0 rebounds.

Senior Kari Hutchinson was a member of last year’s Final Four squad in her first-ever NCAA tournament experience. She did not play in the 1996 tournament after leaving the team in December of 1995 for personal reasons. Hutchinson returned to the team for the 1996-97 campaign and played in all five of Notre Dame’s tournament games last season.

Also appearing in the NCAA tournament for the second time are juniors Danielle Green and Diana Braendly and sophomore Julie Henderson. Green and Braendly played in the 1996 tournament as freshmen, but did not participate in the ’97 NCAA tournament, while Henderson saw action in all five games a year ago, averaging 2.6 ppg.

Making their first-ever NCAA tournament appearances will be sophomores Niele Ivey, who missed all but five games a year ago after tearing her right anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), and walk-on Mary Leffers, who joined the team this year following the volleyball season, and freshmen Imani Dunbar, Meaghan Leahy, Ruth Riley and Kelley Siemon.

Statistical Comparison
                                ND   SMSU
AP Ranking                      nr   nr
CNN/USA Today                   nr   nr
Seed                             9   8
Record                        20-9   24-5
Conference Record             12-6   14-4
Points Per Game               74.4   77.2
Points Allowed Per Game       64.1   62.3
Margin                       +10.3   +14.9
Field Goal Percentage         45.1   46.8
3-Point Field Goal Percentage 38.2   33.7
Free Throw Percentage         68.5   74.2
FG Percentage Defense         36.8   40.8
3FG Percentage Defense        33.8   28.4
Rebounds                      41.8   36.7
Opponents Rebounds            35.4   34.4
Rebound Margin                +6.4   +2.3
Turnovers                     21.4   17.6
Turovers Forced               20.9   22.5
Turnover Margin               -0.5   +4.9
Streak                      Loss 1   Loss 1
Last 5 Games                   3-2   4-1
Last 10 Games                  7-3   8-2

Irish vs. 1997-98 Tournament Teams
Team               Record
Connecticut         0-3
Miami               1-1
Purdue              1-0 
Rutgers             1-1
UCLA                1-0
UC Santa Barbara    1-0
Wisconsin           0-1
Total               5-6 (.455)
Current Notre Dame Players/Staff Career Statistics in the NCAA Tournament
Active Roster   G-GS  Min-Avg  FG-FGA Pct.3FG-FGA Pct.FT-FTA  Pct.  Reb RPG  PF-FO  A APG  PTS PPG  HI
Braendly, Diana  2-0   12-6.0    2-4  50.0   0-0  0.0   2-2  100.0   7  3.5   3-0   0 0.0   6  3.0  6
Green, Danielle  2-0   16-8.0    0-1   0.0   0-0  0.0   0-0    0.0   6  3.0   3-0   0 0.0   0  0.0  0
Henderson, Julie 5-0   45-9.0    6-9  66.7   0-0  0.0   1-2   50.0   9  1.8   8-0   2 0.4  13  2.6  9
Hutchinson, Kari 5-0   28-5.6    2-5  40.0   0-1  0.0   0-0    0.0   6  1.2   3-0   3 0.6   4  0.8  2
McMillen, Shelia 7-0 181-25.9  19-40  47.5 13-26 50.0   0-1    0.0  21  3.0  13-0   9 1.3  51  7.3 13
Peirick, Mollie  7-7 211-30.1   9-37  24.3  2-18 11.1 15-16   93.8  38  5.4  18-0  45 6.4  35  5.0 11
Players Totals  28-7 493       38-66  57.6 15-45 33.3 18-21   85.7  87       48-0  59     109      13
Coaching Staff  G-GS Min-Avg   FG-FGA Pct.3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct.  Reb RPG  PF-FO  A APG  PTS  PPG HI
Bowen, Letitia   2-2  59-29.5  11-27  40.7  0-0   0.0   5-6   83.3  20 10.0   7-1   1 0.5  27  13.5 18
Bowen competed in the NCAA tournament for Notre Dame in 1992 and 1994. 
Manager       G-GS  Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb. RPG PF-FO A  APG  PTS  PPG  HI
Grady, Christy 2-0  4-2.0   0-1    0.0   0-0    0.0  0-0    0.0   0   0.0 2-0   0  0.0   0   0.0  0

Notre Dame In The Postseason
1985-86 National Women’s Inv. Tourney (2-1)
(Amarillo, Texas)
March 20   Notre Dame 86, U.S. International 61
March 21   Idaho 67, Notre Dame 65
March 22   Notre Dame 74, Duke 67
1987-88 National Women’s Inv. Tourney (1-2)
(Amarillo, Texas)
March 23   Toledo 75, Notre Dame 53
March 24   DePaul 77, Notre Dame 69
March 25   Notre Dame 51, Richmond 46
1990-91 National Women’s Inv. Tourney (0-3)
(Amarillo, Texas)
March 21   Santa Clara 81, Notre Dame 65
March 22   Louisville 80, Notre Dame 75
March 23   Northern Illinois 84, Notre Dame 82
1991-92 NCAA Tournament (0-1)
(Pauley Pavilion; Los Angles, Calif.)
March 18   UCLA 92, Notre Dame 71
1993-94 NCAA Tournament (0-1)
(Joyce Center; Notre Dame, Ind.)
March 16   Minnesota 81, Notre Dame 76
1994-95 National Women’s Inv. Tourney (2-1)
(Amarillo, Texas)
March 23   Notre Dame 88, Pacific 74
March 24   Northwestern St. 103, Notre Dame 83
March 25   Notre Dame 90, Massachusetts 72
1995-96 NCAA Tournament (1-1)
(Lubbock Muncipal Coliseum; Lubbock, Texas)
March 15   Notre Dame 73, Purdue 60
March 17   Texas Tech 82, Notre Dame 67
1996-97 NCAA Tournament (4-1)
(Austin, Texas, Columbia, S.C., Cincinnati, Ohio)
March 15   Notre Dame 93, Memphis 62
March 17   Notre Dame 86, Texas 83
March 22   Notre Dame 87, Alabama 71
March 24   Notre Dame 62, Geo. Washington 52
March 28   Tennessee 80, Notre Dame 66
Postseason Record   10-11
NCAA Tournament   5-4
National Women’s Inv. Tournament   5-7
Top Four-Year Records in Notre Dame History
   Rk.   Seasons   W   L   Pct.
   1.   1994-97   97   32   .752
   2.   1995-98   95   34   .736
   3.   1988-91   87   34   .719
   4.   1993-96   81   37   .686
   5.   1983-86   77   37   .675
   6.   1985-88   75   39   .658
   7.   1987-90   76   40   .655
   8.   1989-92   81   43   .653
   9.   1982-85   70   38   .648
   10.  1986-89   76   42   .644
Notre Dame Career Scoring
   Rk.   Player                    Points
   1.   Beth Morgan (1994-97)       2,304
   2.   Katryna Gaither (1994-97)   2,098
   3.   Karen Robinson (1988-91)    1,590
   4.   Trena Keys (1983-86)        1,589
   5.   Sandy Botham (1985-88)      1,460
   6.   Shari Matvey (1979-83)      1,373
   7.   Mary Beth Schueth (1982-85  1,233
   8.   Margaret Nowlin (1988-92)   1,298
   9.   Letitia Bowen (1992-95)     1,205
   10.   Heidi Bunek (1986-89)      1,202
   11.   Krissi Davis (1987-91)     1,194
   12.   Carrie Bates (1981-85)     1,060
   13.   Mollie Peirick(95-current) 1,015
   - - -
   —   Sheila McMillen (1996-current) 915
Notre Dame Career Assists
   Rk.   Player                       Ast.
   1.   Mary Gavin (1984-88)          778
   2.   Mollie Peirick (1995-current) 623
   3.   Karen Robinson (1987-91)      579
   4.   Coquese Washington (1989-93)  556
   5.   Jeannine Augustin (1994-97)   387
Notre Dame Career FT Pct.
   Rk.   Player                       Pct.
   1.   Mollie Peirick (1995-current)  81.9
   2.   Beth Morgan (1994-97)          81.4
   3.   Karen Robinson (1987-91)       79.7
   4.   Sheila McMillen (1996-current) 77.8
   5.   Sherri Orlosky (1990-94)       77.7
Notre Dame Career Games
   Rk.   Player                      GP
   1.   Katryna Gaither (1994-97)    128
   2.   Mollie Peirick (1995-current)125
   3.   Jeannine Augustin (1994-97)  124
        Beth Morgan (1994-97)        124
   5.   Karen Robinson (1987-91)     121
ND Career Blocked Shots
   Rk.   Player                     BS
   1.   Katryna Gaither (1994-97)   141
   2.   Shari Matvey (1979-83)      133
   3.   Trena Keys (1982-86)        124
   4.   Heidi Bunek (1985-89)        93
   5.   Margaret Nowlin (1988-92)    81
   6.   Letitia Bowen (1991-95)      76
   7.   Mary Beth Schueth (1981-85)  68
   8.   Tricia McManus (1978-81)     66
   9.   Mollie Peirick (1995-current)62
      Ruth Riley (1998-current)      62
Irish Record
By Day
   On Sundays:   4-0
   On Mondays:   0-2
   On Tuesdays:   3-1
   On Wednesdays:   5-2
   On Thursdays:   2-0
   On Fridays:   1-0
   On Saturdays:   5-4
By Time
   Night Games:   10-7
   Day Games:   10-2
By Location
   Home Games:   12-1
   Road Games:   6-7
   Neutral Games:   2-1
By Halftime Score
   Lead at halftime:   18-1
   Trail at halftime:   1-8
   Tied at halftime:   1-0
By Rebound Margin
   Outrebounding opponents:   17-6
   Outrebounded by opponents:   2-3
   Same number of rebounds   1-0
By Field Goal Shooting
   Shoot better from field:   17-2
   Shoot worse from field:   3-7
   Shoot 50% or better:   10-1
   Shoot less than 50%:   10-8
   Keep opponents under 50%:   18-8
   Keep opponents under 40%:   17-2
By Free Throw Margin
   Hit more free throws:   13-3
   Hit less free throws:   4-6
   Same number of free throws:   3-0
By Turnovers
   Commit less turnovers:   11-1
   Commit more turnovers:   6-8
   Commit same number of turnovers:   3-0
By Margin
   One-point games:   0-1
   Two-point games:   1-1
   Three-point games:   0-0
   Four-point games:   0-0
   5-10 point games:   6-0
   11-20 point games:   5-7
   21-30 point games:   4-0
   31+point games:   4-0
By Conference
   Atlantic Coast   0-1
   BIG EAST   12-7
   Big Ten   1-1
   Big West   1-0
   Conference USA   1-0
   Midwestern Collegiate   1-0
   Pac-10   1-0
   West Coast   1-0
By Month
   In November    3-1
   In December   4-3
   In January   7-2
   In February   5-2
   In March   1-1
Notre Dame All-Time Versus 
1998 NCAA Tournament Field
Alabama   1-3
Arizona   1-0
Arkansas    0-0
Clemson   0-0
Connecticut   0-8
Colorado State   0-0
Drake   0-0
Duke   2-1
Fairfield   1-0
Florida   0-0
Florida International   0-0
George Washington   1-0
Georgia   0-2
Grambling   0-0
Harvard   0-0
Hawaii   0-1
Holy Cross   0-0
Howard   0-0
Illinois   0-3
Iowa   1-0
Iowa State   1-0
Kansas   0-0
Kent   1-0
Liberty   1-0
Louisiana Tech   1-2
Louisville   1-2
Maine   0-0
Marquette   20-4
Massachusetts   1-0
Memphis   1-0
Miami   6-2
Michigan   5-5
Middle Tennessee State   0-0
Montana   0-1
Nebraska   0-0
New Mexico   0-0
North Carolina   0-0
North Carolina State   1-0
Old Dominion   1-5
Oregon   0-0
Purdue   2-7
Rutgers   4-5
Santa Clara   0-1
SMU   1-1
Southwest Missouri State   0-0
St. Francis   0-0
Stanford   0-0
Stephen F. Austin   0-0
Tennessee   0-13
Texas Tech   0-1
Tulane   0-0
UCLA   3-8
UC Santa Barbara   1-0
UNC Greensboro   0-0
Utah   0-0
Vanderbilt   1-1
Virginia   0-2
Virginia Tech   0-0
Washington   1-0
Western Kentucky   0-0
Wisconsin   2-1
Wisconsin-Green Bay   1-1
Youngstown State   0-0
Totals   63-80 (.441)
ND NCAA Scoring – Career
   Rk.   School         Points
   1.   Katryna Gaither (’94, ’96, ’97)   175
   2.   Beth Morgan (’94, ’96, ’97)       171
ND NCAA Scoring – Tournament
   Rk.   School                 Points
   1.   Katryna Gaither (1997)   132
   2.   Beth Morgan (1997)       113
ND NCAA Scoring – Game
   Rk.   School         Points
   1.   Beth Morgan v. Alabama (’97)     36
   2.   Katryna Gaither v. Texas (’97)   29
      Beth Morgan v. Texas (’97)         29
ND NCAA Rebounding – Career
   Rk.   School      Rebounds
   1.   Katryna Gaither (’94, ’96, ’97)   83
   2.   Beth Morgan (’94, ’96, ’97)       43
   3.   Mollie Peirick (’96, ’97. ’98)    38
ND NCAA Rebounding – Game
   Rk.   School      Rebounds
   1.   Katryna Gaither vs. Geo. Wash. (’97)   16
   2.   Katryna Gaither vs. Tennessee (’97)    13
      Katryna Gaither vs. Purdue (’96)         13
      Beth Morgan vs. Alabama (’97)            13
ND NCAA Assists – Career
   Rk.   School                           Assists
   1.   Mollie Peirick (’96, ’97. ’98)      45
   2.   Jeannine Augustin (’94, ’96, ’97)   33
   3.   Beth Morgan (’94, ’96. ’97)         20
ND NCAA Assists – Game
   Rk.   School         Assists
   1.   Mollie Peirick vs. Alabama (’97)   11
   2.   Kara Leary vs. Minnesota (’94)      8
      Mollie Peirick vs. Texas (’97)        8
   4.   Mollie Peirick vs. Memphis (’97)    6
      Mollie Peirick vs. Purdue (’96)       6
      Jeannine Augustin vs. Memphis (’97)   6
ND NCAA Minutes – Career
   Rk.   School         Minutes
   1.   Beth Morgan (’94, ’96, ’97)       279
   2.   Katryna Gaither (’94, ’96, ’97)   255
   3.   Mollie Peirick (’96, ’97, ’98)    211
   4.   Rosanne Bohman (’94, ’96, ’97)    194
   5.   Jeannine Augustin (’94, ’96, ’97) 188
   6.   Sheila McMillen  (’96, ’97, ’98)  181
ND NCAA 3-Pt. FG – Career
   Rk.   School         3FGM
   1.   Beth Morgan (’94, ’96, ’97)        19
   2.   Sheila McMillen  (’96, ’97, ’98)   13

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