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Landslide victories aren’t supposed to be all that memorable, but Notre Dame’s women’s basketball victory Wednesday night at Northwestern was an exception, and Irish coach Niele Ivey wasn’t pleased.

“Lack of composure … that’s something I’m going to fix,” Ivey said sternly after the ND beat the Wildcats 92-58 at Welsh-Ryan Arena in Evanston, Illinois.

Despite the lapses in composure, there were also some brilliant individual efforts for the Irish.

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Sophomore forward Sonia Citron had game-highs of 24 points and 10 rebounds as ninth-ranked Notre Dame moved to 3-0.

Guard Olivia Miles added 21 points, four steals and four assists in just 24 minutes, before preseason All-American night was cut short when she was ejected late in the third quarter for her second technical foul.

Texas ND graduated transfer center Lauren Ebo added a career-high 19 points and seven rebounds in just 13 minutes while shooting 8-of-9 from the field, her dominance held back only by her foul trouble.

Notre Dame guard Olivia Miles (5) drives the ball up court during the Northern Illinois-Notre Dame NCAA women's basketball game on Monday, Nov. 07, 2022, at Purcell Pavilion in South Bend, Indiana.

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► Miles was involved in both of the game’s notable shoots, each accompanied by a technical whistle.

The first occurred 1:13 before halftime with the Irish leading 44-28 when ND’s Nat Marshall and Northwestern’s Paige Mott vied for position during a free kick. Their arms remained locked long after the play, each committing an intentional foul.