Goodchild Ties Record, Duke Devils Fall by Notre Dame, 89-61 - The University of the Blue Devils Dates | Official Athletics Site

NOTRE DAME, Ind. – – Against one of the best teams in the nation, a fresh man Miela Goodchild Shined on Thursday at Notre Dame in the fifth year, as the rookie hit 26 high careers points and touched the Duke's record with eight thirds when the Devils Blue fell 89-61 in Notre Dame, Ind.

Goodchild scored 21 out of his 26 points in the second half and eight-thirds wins one of Devil Rebecca Greenwell's mark. The Duke's eight bars broke out an up-to-date record with three results.

The Blue Devils tied to the first basket of the competition as junior Leaonna Odom hit jersey pull up at the 9:11 mark. Notre Dame ran 7-0 to take control, before going too junior Haley Gorecki She drained her first three points of the night. The seven returned back seven times, but Odom scored two straight bucks to cut 12-9 in the first half for the time of the game.

After the time, Notre Dame went on another run, 9-0, and finished the second with 27-15 lead. The 27 points in the quarter had an advanced season and was connected to the second largest allowed in the history of the Duke.

The Duke began 25-10 in the second quarter when the Devils Blue was running without scoring for the final 5:07 of the quarter. During that period, Ireland ran 16-0 to close the half. The 27-point deficit 52-25 was linked to the third largest in the history of the school.

Odom was in charge of the Devils Blue with eight points, and a nose Onome Akinbode-James and Miela Goodchild put five. Notre Dame hit 52.5 percent of its field goals and Duke limited to 39.3 percent.

Sophomore Jade Williams eight-minute scoring drought ended at 6:18 mark on the third quarter with a series. The Duke closed a quarter on a 12-2 run, and four of them rose to 12 points at Goodchild, as well as the second Gorecki boat on the game. For a quarter, the Irish Duke 19-12 woke up and finally 64-44 lasted 30 minutes.

Goodchild, which comes from Birsbane, Queensland, Australia, hit a sixth three points early in the fourth quarter to cut the deficit to 17. The Devil's Blue Notre Dame 17-12 started the rest of the game.

Odom finished with 12 points, seven and three blocked shots, and Williams doubled a double number in a sixth of the last seven games. Gorecki had a six-season low season hitting field 2 goals of 9, but refused five help.

Arike Ogunbowale (25) and Jessica Shepard (24) were directed by Notre Dame at night. Irish has stripped 51.3 percent from the field, which was allowed for a high season.

The Blue Devils were eliminated, 45-25, and finished with 21 crossroads.

The Duke will return home to close the 2018-19 campaign with competitions against Clemson (February 28) and North Carolina (March 3) at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Devils Blue Clemson will host at 7 p.m., live at ACC Network Extra.

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