Basketball Set to Visit No. 7 Notre Dame Sunday

Feb. 11, 2017

Where to watch | Watch live on ACC Network Extra (subject to blackout)

Untitled Document Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (14-10, 3-8 ACC) at No. 7/7 Notre Dame (22-3, 10-1 ACC)
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THE FLATS -- Georgia Tech women's basketball hits the road for a Sunday matinee at No. 7/7 Notre Dame. Tip is slated for 1 p.m. in the Purcell Pavilion on RSN. Fans can watch locally on Fox Sports South.

1. Georgia Tech returns to the road for a 1 p.m. for a tilt on Sunday at Notre Dame. Fans can listen live on WREK 91.1/ or watch on Fox Sports South locally in Atlanta.
2. Notre Dame carries a No. 7 national ranking into the weekend and sits second on the leaderboard in the league with a 10-1 league record, having only lost to NC State.
3. Notre Dame leads the all-time series over Tech 7-0 dating back to 1996. The Jackets have visited Notre Dame on three occasions.
4. Zaire O'Neil has recorded three straight games scoring 20+ points, topping her career-high in back-to-back contests. O'Neil poured in a personal-best 28 points against NC State for a new record.
5. Head coach MaChelle Joseph is in her 14th season on The Flats and carries an all-time career record of 266-172. Joseph is the all-time winningest coach in program history and holds the highest winning percentage in Yellow Jacket history at 61.4 percent.

-Move Georgia Tech to 15-10 on the season and push its road record to 4-5
-Mark the first win over Notre Dame in program history
-Be the second win over a nationally-ranked team this season
-Mark the first win over a top-10 opponent since a 71-70 victory over No. 8/8 North Carolina on Jan. 6, 2011
-Mark Coach Joseph's 267th career win at Georgia Tech and give Georgia Tech its 642nd all-time program win

Notre Dame took a 55-38 decision over Tech to open ACC play in early January in the team's first meeting of the season. The Fighting Irish held Tech to its lowest offensive total since a 69-32 loss at Duke on Jan. 21, 2011. At home, it marked the lowest scoring performance since 2005. Tech shot just 24.1 percent (14-58) from the field in the loss compared to Notre Dame's 40.4 percent efficiency. The teams finished tied on the boards, each with 40 rebounds.

Georgia Tech took No. 17/17 NC State to overtime, but could not hold on the for the win despite Zaire O'Neil contributing a career-high 28 points in the contest. The Jackets gained the early lead, but a tough Wolfpack team battled back and held Tech scoreless over a three minute span in the final period of regulation, regaining the lead. O'Neil knotted the score at the free throw line, but NC State outscored the Jackets 14-6 in the extra period for the win.