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Notre Dame Athletics | November 3, 2014

Irish get in

NOTRE DAME, Ind. -- Senior forward Lauren Bohaboy scored her team-high seventh goal, and her fourth in her past five starts, to provide No. 9 Notre Dame with the winning tally for the second consecutive contest in a 1-0 win against Louisville on Senior Day at Alumni Stadium Sunday.

The Fighting Irish (12-4-1, 7-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) won its fifth consecutive conference match, clinching the fourth and final berth into next month's ACC Championship in the process. The Fighting Irish held a 22-5 shot advantage on Louisville (7-8-2, 3-4-2 ACC), including an 8-3 cushion in shots on goal, and attempted four corner kicks while holding the Cardinals without a single corner try.

In the eighth minute, sophomore forward Kaleigh Olmsted sent a looping cross to a waiting Bohaboy, who headed home her second consecutive game-winning goal to give Notre Dame a 1-0 lead at 8:10. 

Bohaboy and sophomore forward Anna Maria Gilbertson led all players with five total shot attempts, with Bohaboy, junior midfielder Cari Roccaro and sophomore midfielder Morgan Andrews each logging two shots on goal. Olmsted picked up her third assist of the season on Bohaboy's goal, and added two shots of her own.

Sophomore goalkeeper Kaela Little made three saves to post her 11th shutout of the season, and seventh clean sheet during ACC play. Little has not allowed a goal in her last 450 minutes in net, dating back to an Oct. 5 match against No. 3 Virginia.

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