RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- Notre Dame is trying not to look ahead. St. Bonaventure can't get caught looking back.
Two teams with drastically different perspectives on the women's NCAA tournament will meet Sunday in one Raleigh Regional semifinal.
The top-seeded Irish (32-3) reached the round of 16 for the 10th time in 16 years and are resisting the urge to peek ahead to a possible rematch with Texas A&M in the regional final. The Aggies -- who play Maryland in the other semifinal -- beat Notre Dame in last year's national championship game.
The Bonnies (31-3) don't have any old tournament scores to settle -- mainly because they're in it for the first time. And they know they can't afford the luxury of being satisfied with their accomplishments so far.