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#BytheNumbers

#BytheNumbers

Author: Jacob Zinkula

13 The number of wins Notre Dame has after trailing in the fourth quarter since Brian Kelly took over as head coach in 2010.

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A Dream Come True

A Dream Come True

Author: Joe Disipio

You may not know it but Mike Higgins helped the 2014-2015 Notre Dame basketball team to the school’s first Elite Eight in 36 years.  His name did not appear next to Grant and Connaughton in the box scores or on the roster, but that does not mean he was not an integral piece to the Irish’s success.

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Kizer Keeps Irish Hopes Alive After Zaire Injury
Wallabies Visit Notre Dame

Wallabies Visit Notre Dame

Author: Joe Disipio

On Aug. 29, the Australian national rugby team arrived at Notre Dame, where they trained for two weeks, in preparation for a September friendly match with the U.S. Eagles in Chicago preceding the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England.

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Blackhawks Visit Notre Dame
Billion-Dollar Ball: Author Gil Gaul on the economy of college football
Men’s soccer still unscathed

Men’s soccer still unscathed

Author: Nick Fallon

Notre Dame Men’s Soccer continued its early season run of dominance with a 4-0 win over UAB, claiming a share of the title in the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament. Sophomore forward Jon Gallagher scored twice, while two seniors, defender Michael Shipp and Connor Klekota, each chipped in a goal.

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Fr. Hesburgh’s Athletic Influence

Fr. Hesburgh’s Athletic Influence

Author: Claire Kramer

When Fr. Hesburgh was appointed president in 1952, Notre Dame was widely known for its football prowess. Famed coach Frank Leahy had led the Irish to four national championships and had not lost a single game from 1946 to 1949. When reporters came to cover Hesburgh’s appointment, they brought along a football, hoping to capture a picture of the newest president of a “football school.” When they asked him to pose with the pigskin, he refused. In later press conferences, more reporters asked about the famed football team.…

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The Time is Now: The Magic of May and NCAA Lacrosse

The Time is Now: The Magic of May and NCAA Lacrosse

Author: Joe Disipio

ND was truly abuzz on Friday as students scrambled to enjoy the (somewhat) warm April weather. With a jam-packed line-up of events set for the weekend ahead, everyone seemed well informed on the variety of opportunities to enjoy the weekend before retiring to Club Hes for the finals push. Though most students were excited about AnTostal and the Fisher Regatta, one important event was going down Friday night that very few students seemed interested in: the ACC men’s lacrosse tournament.…

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No. 2 Men's Lacrosse Faces High Expectations
Crossing the Rubicon
Irish Softball Slides Into Season
Through Trial, Tribulation, Eric Katenda Perseveres
Inside the Headset
Guest Column: Youth Characterizes Kelly's Fifth Season
Will Fuller Emerges as Top Receiver in 2014
The State of Irish Playcallers
2014 Football Season Abandoned, According to Yik Yak Users
Music City Bowl Preview
Column: The Transformation of Demetrius Jackson
Kvaratskhelia Steps Into Storied Coaching Position
Column: It's Time for Players' Names on Football Jerseys
Irish Command Their Home Track
Column: The State of Irish Defense
Bobby and Jamie Clark Rank Among Elite College Coaches
Recruiting Brings Consistency  for Women’s Basketball
Men’s Basketball Preps for Season Against Minnesota-Duluth
Time to Shine