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http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12450/7226924?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Sat, 13 Jan 2018 03:50:29 +0000 jackie young at louisville jackie young at louisville http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12450/7226924?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WEVV ... 44sports. jackie young is used to playing under pressure. she did that at princeton, paving the way as indiana's all-time scoring leader. and she's doing that now, starting for notre dame as a sophomore. we break down her progress from louisville. you don't see crowds like this often for a women's college basketball game. nat but playing for a top 5 team like notre dame - princeton native jackie young is used to the noise. jackie: this is what every little girl wants to do play for notre dame. i'm just happy i get the chance to do it and i think that's what we all need to put into perspective. a perspective that comes moments after a 100-to-67 road loss to the cardinals in front of more than 12-thousand people. jackie: we just need to lay it all out on the floor every night. and i think here going forward that's what we are going to do. young did her part. she matched her career high of 23 points to lead the irish - and that comes with going head to head with one of the country's top players - asia durr... who guarded young the entire game and put up 36 points. nat jackie: i guess i wish i could have done more. uh just make more defensive stops. i mean, asia durr is a great player and we just did not do a good job of guarding her. so defending durr turns into one of those learning curves. that's what college is for, right? averaging nearly 15 points per game as a sophomore, young is already ahead of that kind of bell curve. jackie: be able to knock down the three. and just be more of a dynamic player. i think right now it's just i mean people view me as a driver so once i'm able to knock down the three consistently, it'll be a little bit harder to guard me. but the learning curve doesn't stop for young. it never has and never will. she still has her eyes on playing with the pros. jackie: that's been a goal of mine since i started playing basketball. and i think the older i get the more realistic it is. and the harder i work, i think i'll get the chance to do that.





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