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Wednesday, Mar 12, 2014 5:00 PM UTC
Basketball (M)
Notre Dame
(15-17, 6-12)
69
Wake Forest
(17-16, 6-12)
81
Greensboro, N.C.

Final

  1st2nd TOTAL
UND 2940 69
WFU 3744 81
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    69 Total Points 81
    24/60 (40%) Field Goals 25/41 (61%)
    6/20 (30%) Three Pointers 7/10 (70%)
    15/19 (79%) Free Throws 24/32 (75%)
    23 (9-14) Rebounds 33 (6-27)
    15 Assists 14
    7 Steals 3
    3 Blocks 1
    6 Turnovers 15
    24 Team Fouls 17
    2.5 Assist to Turnover Ratio 0.93
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    00:00 OUT SUB, #45 A ADALA MOTO
    00:00 OUT SUB, #33 A ROUNTREE
    00:00 OUT SUB, #30 T MCKIE
    00:00 OUT SUB, #13 C WILLIAMS
    00:00 OUT SUB, #00 C MILLER-MCINTYRE
    00:00 OUT SUB, #32 S VASTURIA
    00:00 OUT SUB, #30 Z AUGUSTE
    00:00 OUT SUB, #23 D JACKSON
    00:00 OUT SUB, #20 A BURGETT
    00:00 OUT SUB, #03 V BEACHEM
    00:22 DEF REBOUND, #30 T MCKIE
    00:25 3PTR MISS, #23 D JACKSON
    00:30 FT GOOD, #13 C WILLIAMS 69 - 81
    00:30 FT GOOD, #13 C WILLIAMS 69 - 80
    00:30 FOUL, #24 P CONNAUGHTON
    00:30 OUT SUB, #24 P CONNAUGHTON
    00:30 OUT SUB, #00 E ATKINS
    00:30 IN SUB, #30 Z AUGUSTE
    00:30 IN SUB, #32 S VASTURIA
    00:42 TURNOVER, #00 E ATKINS
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    Wake Forest's Travis McKie Talks ACC Tournament Win Over Notre Dame | ACC One-On-One | Mar 12, 2014
    Wake Forest forward Travis McKie joins ACC Digital Network host Jeff Fischel following the Demon Deacons' win over Notre Dame. McKie talks about the first postseason win of his career and the matchup with Pitt on Thursday.
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  • #ACCTourney: Williams Leads Wake Forest Past Notre Dame

    Wednesday March 12, 2014

    Photo by Liz Condo for theACC.com

     

    Thomas and Williams dominate inside and out, propel Deacs to second round of #ACCTourney

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    GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) - Coron Williams scored a season-high 25 points and Wake Forest beat Notre Dame 81-69 on Wednesday in the first round of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.

    Devin Thomas added 19 points and 10 rebounds, and Williams hit four 3-pointers for the 12th-seeded Demon Deacons (17-15).

    They shot a season-best 61 percent, built a 33-23 rebounding advantage and earned their first ACC tournament win since 2007 - when the late Skip Prosser was their coach.

    Wake Forest will play fifth-seeded Pittsburgh (23-8) on Thursday in the second round.

    Pat Connaughton scored 19 points for the 13th-seeded Fighting Irish (15-17), who lost their ACC tournament debut. The league newcomers shot 40 percent and had won at least one game in their previous five Big East tournaments.

    Zach Auguste added 14 points, Eric Atkins had 13 and Garrick Sherman finished with 12 for the Irish, who briefly made things tense in the final moments when Atkins spun in a 3-pointer to make it 68-62 with 2:10 left.

    Wake Forest guard Codi Miller-McIntyre then missed the front end of a one-and-one with 1:55 to play, but teammate Arnaud William Adala Moto grabbed the offensive rebound - one of two missed free throws he rebounded in the final 2 minutes - and Williams then hit two free throws with 1:52 to go.

    Senior Travis McKie and Adala Moto each hit two foul shots, the last of which pushed the lead back to double figures at 74-64 with 1:22 remaining.

    Notre Dame didn't get closer than eight the rest of the way.

    Thomas had given Wake Forest its largest lead at 62-48, hitting a fast-break layup through contact from Steve Vasturia - and flexing both biceps to the crowd in celebration - before converting the free throw that followed with 6:37 left.

    Adala Moto finished with 12 points for Wake Forest, which claimed its first ACC tournament victory since a 114-112 double-overtime win over Georgia Tech in the first round of the 2007 event - in what turned out to be Prosser's final victory.

    The Demon Deacons went one-and-done in each of the past six years but used a big first-half run in just their third victory over an ACC team away from Winston-Salem in four years under coach Jeff Bzdelik.

    Winning in the postseason might be an unfamiliar concept for Wake Forest, but certainly not for Williams - a graduate transfer who played for the Robert Morris team that knocked off Kentucky in the NIT last March.

    Williams scored 12 points in the first half and hit three 3-pointers from the same spot in the right corner. The last of them came midway through a 14-3 run and stretched Wake Forest's lead to 33-20.

     

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