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ND Women's Basketball: No road worries

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The No. 4 Irish picked up the defensive intensity, causing 23 turnovers against Cincinnati Tuesday to earn a 66-50 win for their 22nd victory this year and their seventh in a row.


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Fencing: Team prepares for regionals after perfect regular season

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Irish fencers may well be on their way for a return to nationals as they get ready to host the Midwest conference championship on March 6. Both the men's and women's teams just turned in an undefeated performance at the Notre Dame Duals this past weekend, concluding their perfect regular season.



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Football: Kelly moves walk-on tryouts to fall semester

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Irish coach Brian Kelly will not do away with Notre Dame's longstanding walk-on tradition, but he will change the timetable during which new players try out for the team, Director of Football Media Relations Brian Hardin said Tuesday.



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Track & Field: Squad faces tough competition

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The Irish came into the Meyo Invitational this weekend looking to add more names to the Big East and NCAA Championships qualifying list, which has grown with every meet. To do so, they had to compete against the strongest competition that they have faced so far in 2010. Despite the stiff competition, the Irish succeeded in their goal.




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Men's Tennis: No. 21 Blue Devils win in sweep

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Continuing their series of games on the road this weekend, the Irish fell 7-0 to Duke Sunday in Durham, N.C., after beating the No. 21 Blue Devils in the teams' last three meetings. The loss moves No. 34 Notre Dame to 3-3 for its spring season.








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SMC Basketball: Belles in another key MIAA match

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Saint Mary's looks to notch another key late-season win over conference foe Kalamazoo when it visits Saturday afternoon. The Belles will hope to stay above .500 in conference play and stay in third place in the MIAA with only three conference games left after this weekend.  




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Fencing: Playing for Teddy

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The Irish will be fighting for more than their undefeated season this weekend. Notre Dame will have opportunity to vanquish the top competitors in the Midwest, and better yet do it at home in the Purcell Pavilion.