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Texas AM upends Notre Dame in Maui 5th-place game – Honolulu, Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-11-25 02:19:07 –

Quentin Jackson scored 15 of 18 points in the second half to win Texas AM 73-67 against Notre Dame on Wednesday night in Maui Invitational’s fifth-place match in Las Vegas. Did.

Hassan Diara scored 17 points and Wade Taylor IV scored all 14 points in the second half. Aggie’s (6-1) scored 10 points in halftime and 14 points with 16:40 remaining.

Dane Goodwin scored 18 points and 8 rebounds against Fighting Irish (3-2). Fighting Irish has committed 12 of the 18 turnovers in the last 20 minutes.

Break Wesley’s layup in the last few seconds was Notre Dame’s first field goal since the 9 o’clock mark.

Texas AM has worn Notre Dame by playing 12 players compared to 7 in Fighting Irish. Despite shooting 14 out of 29 (48.3 percent) from the foul line, Aggie’s won.

Aggie hit eight of the nine field goal attempts and pulled in within 52-48 with 10:24 remaining. Shortly thereafter, Jackson stripped the Prentice Hub and sought a dunk that reduced the Aggie’s deficit to some extent.

Diara fired two free throws at 7:48, giving Texas AM a 55-54 edge. This is the first lead since rising 1-0. After that, Aggie never dragged.

Goodwin scored 11 points and 5 rebounds, with Notre Dame half-time 32-22, despite Fighting Irish 38.5% from the floor and 3 out of 12 from the 3-point range. Helped build a lead.

Goodwin scored 7 points to fuel the 10-0 run, leading Notre Dame 29-17, halving 2:12.

Aggie’s led only 43 seconds after the Henry Coleman III free throw started scoring and outbound 25-15 in the first half. Texas AM sank 9 out of 28 (32.1 percent) before the break.

It was the first meeting of the program.

-Field level media

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