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Floyd, a 6-foot-2 wing, choose the Musketeers over Ohio State, Indiana, Virginia, and Dayton, according to Notre Dame coach Travis Galloway. The Blade
Notre Dame rising senior standout Tierra Floyd has verbally committed to Xavier University to continue her basketball career.
Floyd, a 6-foot-2 wing, chose the Musketeers over Ohio State, Indiana, Virginia, and Dayton, according to Notre Dame coach Travis Galloway.
Part of Eagles teams that have reached three straight Division I state semifinals, Floyd averaged 16.7 points, 5.4 rebounds, 2.9 assists, and 2.6 steals as a junior. The 2014 All-Blade girls player of the year, Floyd was also named to the All-Three Rivers Athletic Conference, Northwest Ohio all-district, and All-Ohio first teams. This past season she helped Notre Dame to a 24-4 record, and a third consecutive TRAC championship.
In a state semifinal duel with 2014 Ohio Ms. Basketball Kelsey Mitchell in the state semifinals, Floyd scored 21 points in a 60-52 loss to top-ranked eventual state champion Cincinnati Princeton.
During Floyd's three seasons on the Eagles' varsity, Notre Dame has posted a 71-13 overall record.