Women's Basketball



#3 Irish Back On Road Saturday At TCU

Notre Dame making its first appearance in Dallas-Fort Worth area since 1984.


#2 Irish Meet #5/6 Baylor Monday In NCAA Elite Eight

Notre Dame has advanced to regional finals for fourth consecutive season, sixth time in program history (7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN/WatchESPN; listen at WatchND).

AS A SENIOR: Intelligent player whose strength is in her aggressive defensive play ... understands her role offensively and defensively ... has shown that she can run the floor well from the backcourt ... became much more confident on the court last season with her increased playing time ... has given team quality minutes as backup point guard ... played key minutes in second half of win against Purdue when Niele Ivey went down with cramps ... started her first game of the season vs. Providence ... also started vs. Georgetown in final regular-season home game at the Joyce Center ... recorded season highs in playing time (17 minutes) and assists (4) against Fordham ... scored career-high seven points vs. Georgetown in BIG EAST quarterfinals ... shot a perfect 4-4 from the free throw line against Rice ... scored six points in 15 minutes against Arizona ... scored first career three-pointer at buzzer in win over Connecticut ... played five minutes and scored four points in 1st-round win over Alcorn State in NCAA tournament.

AS A JUNIOR: Started five games - Butler, North Carolina, Liberty, Purdue and Marquette - and saw action in 26 contests ... averaged 1.1 points and 1.4 rebounds ... dished off a career-best 49 assists ... earned first career start against Butler in the third game of the season ... played a career-high 23 minutes against USC and had personal bests of eight assists, five rebounds and three steals in the contest ... matched her career-high with five rebounds against West Virginia ... played 22 minutes against Butler and dished off five assists versus the Bulldogs ... in the season opener against Toledo, had four rebounds and four assists ... dished off five assists against Marquette ... had a season-high three points against Michigan State in addition to four assists and three rebounds ... had three assists in the Liberty and Valparaiso games ... dished off four assists in second meeting versus Miami ... missed the St. John's game for disciplinary reason.

AS A SOPHOMORE: Appeared in 25 games in 1998-99 ... scored season-high four points and had career-high three rebounds and two assists at Seton Hall in nine minutes of action ... tied her season high with four points against West Virginia ... also grabbed three rebounds and equalled her season best with two assists in eight minutes of action against the Mountaineers ... had three rebounds against Providence ... played a season-high 15 minutes in second meeting against Syracuse which tied her career-high ... grabbed two rebounds against Duke, Georgetown and West Virginia ... tied season high with two assists against Syracuse ... averaged 0.7 points and 1.0 rebounds.

AS A FRESHMAN: Played in 21 games as a freshman ... made first appearance of the season against Duke ... played 13 minutes and scored a career-high five points in BIG EAST tournament first- round game versus St. John's ... netted four points in 12 minutes in second meeting of the season against St. John's ... scored two points and had two steals, while playing a season-high 15 minutes against South Florida ... also had two points against St. John's ... had a season-high three assists against Seton Hall ... dished off two assists against Providence.

PREP AND PERSONAL DATA: Three-year starter at San Angelo Central High School ... second leading scorer in netting 14.6 ppg. in her senior season ... also averaged 5.0 rpg. and 5.3 apg. in final scholastic campaign as she led her team to a school-record 26 wins en route to 26-7 campaign and the school's first-ever ranking (#10) in the Texas state polls ... squad was the runner-up of the District 4-5A Conference ... earned all-conference honors three consecutive years ... named to the all-district team as a junior and senior ... selected to the all-state honorable mention team ... first female basketball player from San Angelo Central to earn Division I basketball scholarship ... finished her career with 953 points, 367 assists and 282 steals ... established school single-game records for assists and steals and single-season three-point shooting percentage ... member of the all-West Texas Super Team ... named to the all-Texas team at Blue Star Camp in summer of '96 ... scored more than 1,000 points during her career after scoring 299 points as a freshman at Moreno Valley ... member of National Honor Society ... named a Texas Scholar after graduating with honors and in the top 10 percent of her class ... born April 4, 1979 ... named to the BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team for the 1999-2000 school year ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business Administration as a management information systems.

Career Highs

Points ?
? 5 vs. St. John's, 2/28/98
Rebounds ?
? 5 vs. USC, 12/27/99
? 5 vs. West Virginia, 1/5/00
Assists ?
? 8 vs. USC, 12/27/99
Steals ?
? 3 vs. USC, 12/17/99
Blocks ?
? -
Minutes ?
? 23 vs. USC, 12/27/99
Field Goals ?
? 2, Seton Hall, 1/20/99
FG Attempts ?
? 3 vs. Providence, 1/24/98
? 3 vs. West Virginia, 1/5/00
Free Throws ?
? 5 vs. St. John's, 2/28/98
FT Attempts ?
? 6 vs. three teams

Totals 102-727-7934.21-333.354-10949.52167880.98612803182-1708-6.91091.1

Imani Dunbar
Imani  Dunbar


San Angelo, Tex.

High School:
San Angelo Central



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