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Arike Ogunbowale
Arike Ogunbowale (born March 2, 1997) is an American basketball player at the University of Notre Dame. She was the Most Outstanding Player of Notre Dame's

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Arike OgunbowaleNo. 24 – Notre Dame Fighting IrishPosition GuardLeague Atlantic Coast ConferencePersonal informationBorn (1997-03-02) March 2, 1997 (age 21)[1]
Milwaukee, WisconsinNationality AmericanListed height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)Career informationHigh school Divine Savior Holy Angels
(Milwaukee, Wisconsin)College Notre Dame (2015–present)Career highlights and awards
  • NCAA champion (2018)
  • NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player (2018)
  • ACC Athlete of the Year (2018)[2]

Arike Ogunbowale (born March 2, 1997) is an American basketball player at the University of Notre Dame.[3] She was the Most Outstanding Player of Notre Dame's 2018 national title run, hitting two game-winning baskets in the semi-final and championship game.[4]

Contents
  • 1 High school career
  • 2 College career
  • 3 Dancing with the Stars
  • 4 Personal life
  • 5 References
High school career

Ogunbowale played high school basketball at Divine Savior Holy Angels High School in Milwaukee. In the 2014-2015 season, the team won the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division I title, with Ogunbowale averaging 27.2 points per game. Ogunbowale was named 2015 Wisconsin Miss Basketball and was a McDonald's High School All-America selection.[5][6]

College career

Ogunbowale averaged 11.4 points per game in her freshman season at Notre Dame as a reserve player, and became a regular starter the next year.[7]

In her junior season, Ogunbowale helped the Fighting Irish win the 2018 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Tournament, making game-winning baskets in the semifinal against Connecticut and in the final against Mississippi State.[4] Shortly after the end of the 2017–18 school year, the Atlantic Coast Conference named her as its female Athlete of the Year across all sports, sharing honors with men's winner Lamar Jackson of Louisville football.[2]

Dancing with the Stars

In April 2018, Ogunbowale was announced as one of the celebrities who will compete on season 26 of Dancing with the Stars. She was partnered with professional dancer Gleb Savchenko.[8] Ogunbowale and Savchenko were eliminated from the competition on May 7, 2018, placing 7th.

Personal life

Ogunbowale was born in Milwaukee to Yolanda and Gregory Ogunbowale, the youngest of three children. She is of Yoruba descent. Arike's mother Yolanda played softball at DePaul University and her brother Dare played football at the University of Wisconsin.[3]

From 2009 to 2012, Ogunbowale was part of four Wisconsin State Cup-winning soccer teams.[7]

References
  1. ^ "USA Basketball: Arike Ogunbowale". USA Basketball. July 7, 2014. Retrieved April 7, 2018. 
  2. ^ a b "Louisville's Jackson, Notre Dame's Ogunbowale Voted ACC Athletes of the Year" (Press release). Atlantic Coast Conference. July 5, 2018. Retrieved July 6, 2018. 
  3. ^ a b "Arike Ogunbowale". USA Basketball. August 22, 2017. Retrieved April 7, 2018. 
  4. ^ a b "Another Arike Ogunbowale game winner leads Irish to NCAA title". ESPN. April 1, 2018. Retrieved April 7, 2018. 
  5. ^ Christopherson, Brett; Thompson, Adam (March 14, 2015). "WIAA girls state basketball: Saturday's results". Green Bay Press-Gazette. Green Bay. Retrieved April 7, 2018. 
  6. ^ "Arike Ogunbowale Bio". Notre Dame Women's Basketball. Retrieved April 7, 2018. 
  7. ^ a b Boren, Cindy (April 2, 2018). "Who is Notre Dame's Arike Ogunbowale, who twice hit the shot of a lifetime in the women's Final Four?". Washington Post. Washington. Retrieved April 7, 2018. 
  8. ^ "Adam Rippon, Tonya Harding and more superstar athletes to face-off in Dancing With the Stars season 26". ABC News. 
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Notre Dame Fighting Irish women's basketball 2017–18 NCAA Champions
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  • 5 Jackie Young
  • 11 Brianna Turner
  • 21 Kristina Nelson
  • 23 Jessica Shepard
  • 24 Arike Ogunbowale (MOP)
  • 33 Kathryn Westbeld
Head Coach
Muffet McGraw
Assistant Coaches
Beth Cunningham
Niele Ivey
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NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament Most Outstanding Player
  • 1982: Lawrence
  • 1983: Miller
  • 1984: Miller
  • 1985: Claxton
  • 1986: Davis
  • 1987: Edwards
  • 1988: Westbrooks
  • 1989: Gordon
  • 1990: Azzi
  • 1991: Staley
  • 1992: Goodenbour
  • 1993: Swoopes
  • 1994: Smith
  • 1995: Lobo
  • 1996: Marciniak
  • 1997: Holdsclaw
  • 1998: Holdsclaw
  • 1999: Figgs
  • 2000: Ralph
  • 2001: Riley
  • 2002: Cash
  • 2003: Taurasi
  • 2004: Taurasi
  • 2005: Young
  • 2006: Harper
  • 2007: Parker
  • 2008: Parker
  • 2009: Charles
  • 2010: Moore
  • 2011: Adams
  • 2012: Griner
  • 2013: Stewart
  • 2014: Stewart
  • 2015: Stewart
  • 2016: Stewart
  • 2017: Wilson
  • 2018: Ogunbowale
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ACC Athlete of the YearAthlete of the Year
  • 1954: Joel Shankle
  • 1955: Dickie Hemric
  • 1956: Dave Sime
  • 1957: Lennie Rosenbluth
  • 1958: Dick Christy
  • 1959: Lou Pucillo
  • 1960: Mike McGee
  • 1961: Roman Gabriel
  • 1962: Len Chappell
  • 1963: Art Heyman
  • 1964: Jeff Mullins
  • 1965: Brian Piccolo
  • 1966: Danny Talbott
  • 1967: Bobby Bryant
  • 1968: Larry Miller
  • 1969: Frank Quayle
  • 1970: Charlie Scott
  • 1971: Don McCauley
  • 1972: Barry Parkhill
  • 1973: David Thompson
  • 1974: Tony Waldrop
  • 1975: David Thompson
  • 1976: John Lucas
  • 1977: Phil Ford
  • 1978: Phil Ford
  • 1979: Renaldo Nehemiah
  • 1980: Julie Shea
  • 1981: Julie Shea
  • 1982: James Worthy
  • 1983: Ralph Sampson
  • 1984: Michael Jordan
  • 1985: B. J. Surhoff
  • 1986: Len Bias
  • 1987: Riccardo Ingram
  • 1988: Danny Ferry
  • 1989: Danny Ferry
Male Athlete of the Year
  • 1990: Clarkston Hines
  • 1991: Christian Laettner
  • 1992: Christian Laettner
  • 1993: Charlie Ward
  • 1994: Charlie Ward
  • 1995: Randolph Childress
  • 1996: Kris Benson
  • 1997: Tim Duncan
  • 1998: Antawn Jamison
  • 1999: Elton Brand
  • 2000: Joe Hamilton
  • 2001: Shane Battier
  • 2002: Juan Dixon
  • 2003: Chris Rotelli
  • 2004: Philip Rivers
  • 2005: Sean May
  • 2006: J. J. Redick
  • 2007: Walter Dix
  • 2008: Tyler Hansbrough
  • 2009: Matt Hill
  • 2010: Ned Crotty
  • 2011: Ngoni Makusha
  • 2012: Luke Kuechly
  • 2013: Jarmere Jenkins
  • 2014: Jameis Winston
  • 2015: Laken Tomlinson
  • 2016: Deshaun Watson
  • 2017: Deshaun Watson
  • 2018: Lamar Jackson
Female Athlete of the Year
  • 1990: Shannon Higgins
  • 1991: Dawn Staley
  • 1992: Dawn Staley
  • 1993: Mia Hamm
  • 1994: Beverly Smith
  • 1995: Tisha Venturini
  • 1996: Kelly Amonte Hiller
  • 1997: Sarah Forbes
  • 1998: Vanessa Webb
  • 1999: Cindy Parlow
  • 2000: Jen Adams
  • 2001: Jen Adams
  • 2002: Bea Bielik
  • 2003: Alana Beard
  • 2004: Alana Beard
  • 2005: Kelly Dostal
  • 2006: Paula Infante
  • 2007: Lindsey Harding
  • 2008: Angela Tincher
  • 2009: Casey Nogueira
  • 2010: Whitney Engen
  • 2011: Katie O'Donnell
  • 2012: Rebecca Ward
  • 2013: Crystal Dunn
  • 2014: Alyssa Thomas
  • 2015: Morgan Brian
  • 2016: Molly Seidel
  • 2017: Kenzie Kent
  • 2018: Arike Ogunbowale


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PosterWarehouse2017 NOTRE DAME WINS 2018 NATIONAL TITLE COMMEMORATIVE POSTER
A riveting women's basketball Final Four ended for Notre Dame just as the semifinals had, with guard Arike Ogunbowale hitting a late, rescuing overtime jump shot, this time giving the Irish their second NCAA championship with a 61-58 victory over Mississippi State. Poster size 19 inches by 13 inches.

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Sports Illustrated April 9 2018 Donte Vicenzo Villanova Basketball player cover. Villanova Wins 2018 NCAA Men's Basketball Title for 2nd time in 3 Years
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