The 2018 season was a disappointing one for Notre Dame baseball. The Irish finished 24-30 and 12-18 in conference play.
You all know the story. Last year, the Notre Dame women’s basketball team defied all odds by overcoming the loss of four players to season-ending injuries and winning the national championship.
Just four hours after Notre Dame student government released the names of the four tickets running for student body president and vice president, junior Elizabeth Boyle and sophomore Patrick McGuire braved the single-digit temperatures on campus and made their way to the second floor of the Duncan Student Center to meet with Scholastic.
No matter what challenge lay ahead of them, they answered. No matter who they went up against, they weren’t intimated. Every week, they made a difference.
Between the final game of the regular season on Nov. 24 against USC and the College Football Playoff showdown versus Clemson on Dec. 29, Notre Dame looked ahead to its program’s future.
The stars were aligning. The No. 3 Notre Dame Fighting Irish stood at 11-0 and one win away from their first berth in the College Football Playoff.
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329 The number of career points senior kicker Justin Yoon has scored for the Notre Dame football team.
The Notre Dame men’s basketball team had quite an unsanctimonious end to its season.
You may recognize him as one of the many Holy Cross priests who calls Notre Dame home. You may have heard him give the homily at the Easter Vigil just a couple of weeks ago. If you live in Dillon Hall, you definitely know him.
Junior guard Arike Ogunbowale has been a key part of the No. 5 Notre Dame women’s basketball team this season.
The Notre Dame’s men’s basketball team has dealt with its fair share of adversity and then some.
Notre Dame senior sprinter Jordan Shead has been a crucial part of the Fighting Irish track and field team ever since her arrival in 2014.
One week after crushing Boston College in Chestnut Hill, the Fighting Irish took on another longtime foe, the Michigan State Spartans, in East Lansing. While still early in the season, the game was critical.
Notre Dame fans from around the country made their way into South Bend, energized by the team’s hot start.
This October, A.J. Pollock, Notre Dame outfielder from 2007-2009, had the opportunity to do something millions of kids dream of — play in the MLB postseason.
Notre Dame junior Alex Lebedev had a standout fall season for the Irish tennis team.
Fall Saturdays at Notre Dame are some of the most exciting and anticipated days of the year.
On Aug. 20, 2017, over three and a half years after the university first announced its Campus Crossroads project, the new and improved Notre Dame Stadium opened to the public for the “New & Gold Game.”
Indeed, the Fighting Irish felt the effects of home-field advantage as they won all five games: one vs. Michigan State, three vs. Virginia Tech and one vs. Eastern Michigan.