The Irish continued to shoot that well in this one.
The Blue Devils didn’t.
McBride, who had 14 points at halftime, was called “the best guard in the country” by McGraw.
She helped Notre Dame lead by 14 in the first half after forcing Duke to miss 19 of its first 29 shots and reeling off 11 straight points to push its lead into double figures for the first time.
Allen capped that burst with a layup that made it 37-23 with just under 5 minutes before the break.
Liston hit six shots in the half — or, one fewer than the rest of her teammates combined.