Lindsay Allen scored a season-high 22 points, Brianna Turner added 18 points and 10 rebounds, and top-seeded Notre Dame finally broke away from ninth-seeded Indiana on Monday night.
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Irish enters fourth quarter up 10
Notre Dame hasn't lost at home to a team other than UConn since 2012. Indiana is down 66-56 after three quarters.
Notre Dame pushes lead to double digits
Lindsay Allen's jumper at the buzzer gave the Irish a 47-37 lead at intermission. Notre Dame is 31-0 this season when leading at halftime.
Indiana keeping it close with Notre Dame
Karlee McBride's off-balance 3-pointer brought the Hoosiers even with the top-seeded Fighting Irish.
Watch: ND-Indiana in NCAA women's tourney
Notre Dame, the top seed in the Lexington region, hosts in-state rival Indiana with a chance to reach its seventh straight Sweet 16. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN
Tyra Buss scored 17 of her 23 points in the second half Saturday night to lead No. 9 seed Indiana to a 62-58 win over eight-seed Georgia in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
Top-seeded Notre Dame is the favorite, but can Kentucky and Makayla Epps -- who know how to come up big in the tourney -- capitalize on home-court advantage and reach their first Final Four?
Nia Coffey scored 26 points and Christen Inman had 14 of her 18 in the fourth quarter as 12th-seeded Northwestern upset fourth-seeded Indiana 79-73 in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten tournament
Shatori Walker-Kimbrough scored 16 points and fueled a third-quarter run that carried No. 5 Maryland past Indiana 86-63 Saturday, the Terrapins' seventh straight victory.
Tyra Buss scored 24 points, Amanda Cahill and Karlee McBride added 17 each and Indiana rolled to an 81-65 win over No. 18 Michigan State on Wednesday night.
Kelsey Mitchell and Shayla Cooper each scored 23 points and No. 5 Ohio State beat Indiana 97-70 Thursday night for its seventh straight win.
Freshman Emese Hof set season highs with 26 points and 14 rebounds in her first start to help No. 23 Miami beat Indiana 89-75 on Sunday night in the Florida Sunshine Classic.
Tyra Buss scored 16 points, leading a surge to open the fourth quarter and Indiana upended No. 24 Chattanooga 54-43 on Tuesday night in the preseason WNIT.
No 23 Rutgers women beat Indiana 63-52 in Big Ten opener
Cahill scores career-high; Indiana women beat Penn State
No. 20 Rutgers women handle Indiana 71-60
No. 5 Maryland beats Indiana 83-72 for 20th straight win
No. 21 Nebraska women hold off Indiana 67-64
No. 14 Iowa women cruise past Indiana 81-64
No. 7 Maryland remains unbeaten in Big Ten with 84-74 win
No. 23 Minnesota sneaks past Indiana 65-61