Chris Harrington isn’t so different from most Bengal Bouts participants. He’s a talented athlete, he’s passionate about helping the Holy Cross Missions in Bangladesh and he loves being a student at Notre Dame.
After a disappointing 2016 season and with several key players departing, Notre Dame needs a strong 2017 recruiting class to reestablish itself among the college football elite.
The 2016 Fighting Irish football team kicked off their season with a thrilling yet ultimately heartbreaking primetime battle against the University of Texas.
The Board of Trustees selected Cervelli in an eight‐month search and interview process that began when President Carol Ann Mooney announced her impending retirement. Cervelli, a South Bend native whose sister was a Saint Mary’s graduate of the class of 1972, will begin her term on June 1.
“I had been wanting to do this for a long time,” Pomarico says. “I really admired Ara Parseghian. He was a tremendous leader, and he was so charismatic.”
The Notre Dame men’s and women’s track and field teams began their seasons Friday, Dec. 4 by hosting the Blue & Gold Invitational at Loftus Sports Center. The Irish put together a strong performance, winning 14 total events.
“It was all I knew — playing the game of football — my whole life,” Franklin says. “Life was completely different as far as my identity. Who am I? How do I set my goals? Where do I get my confidence?”
Following the transfer of last year’s starter Everett Golson and the injury to Zaire, Kizer has found himself the lead signal caller for a team many pegged before the season as a contender for a spot in the College Football Playoff.