There was an article about her online a few years ago that someone here linked to. Doing this from memory so forgive any inaccuracies.
She transferred to TN, did well and played professionally for a number of year. She lives in Houston(?) as a real estate agent with her partner.
I do not know about her current happenings. But I do remember her transfer to TN. She was from Bethlehem Pa and was PA player of the year and believe USA player of the year. I am also from PA and was excited she picked ND. I was extremely disappointed in her when she transferred after her freshman year. If I remember correctly I believe the reasoning given she did not fit in with the team. This is when TN was the big cheese in WBB. I also believe winning a championship was important to her...Hope my memory did not fail on this...
...according to Wikipedia and other articles I've read. She married Beth Brooke, a senior EY executive in 2014, whom I've met at conferences on several occasions. Brooke was the first woman awarded a hoops scholarship at Purdue University.
She was very good and I will leave it at that....
Barksdale transferred to U of Houston, but is still collegial with her teammates and I believe the staff as well.
Monique Hernandez transferred to NYU and then came back and played one final year at ND.
Kellie Watson went to Grand Valley State and joined the team there, but not sure what ever happened.
Erica Solomon transferred around a couple times. Not sure if she ever played another full season.
Bustamente is a personal trainer/basketball trainer in Florida.
Flecky and Wicks both left the team, but graduated from ND.
She was a 5-8 G, signed in 1998 out of Tampa(Academy of the Holy Names).
Ericka Haney--the 6-1 F from Toledo Catholic was the other signee that year.
Hills was a fourth-team Parade AA selection and a top 40 recruit.
She averaged 22 minutes and played in 2 NCAA Tournament games for ND--but transferred to Florida. She didn't play her Senior year at Florida due to knee injuries.
She became a nun. She goes by Sister Joan of Arc now.
She now teaches religion here at Knox Catholic in Knoxville. She and a group from the Convent attended the WBBall game against TN when Sylar scored a career high 33 points.
I had forgotten about Hernandez and Solomon, both relatively recent. Audrey Gomez, as I recall, was All-State in NJ, went to ND, transferred to USC, and became an actress. She passed away in her late twenties. She had a sister Erika, that went to UCLA, I think.
You have the wrong info.
very sad story
I used the phrase passed away, perhaps out of hesitance to say murdered. Audrey was in her late 20s.
Happy to have my memory corrected. What is wrong? The post-Notre Dame info?
She was definitely under-ranked coming in to ND and had a huge upside, but I think she perhaps struggled with the rigid/structured lifestyle that college academics and athletics required. It's really a shame - she had a ton of potential. We also could have used her against A&M against Danielle Adams!