He walked up more than 100 steps — 104, to be exact — before revealing the instruments whose echoes reverberate throughout Notre Dame’s campus.
Honored. Fortunate. Excited.
The highlight-reel dunk. The crossover that leaves a defender on his backside and the crowd on its feet.
Resiliency and fortitude in the face of adversity often defines a person or group’s success.
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The start of another school year signals a time for fresh beginnings. New friendships flourish, teams kick off a new season and the campus comes alive once again.
Tradition. Excellence. Champions.
Entering his 30th season at the helm in South Bend, head coach Kevin Corrigan’s Fighting Irish are ranked No. 6 in the 2018 USILA Preseason Poll.
Over the years, the number 16 has remained an important one for Notre Dame athletics.
After a hugely disappointing 2016 season which saw the Irish trudge to a 4-8 record, change swept over much of the coaching staff.
In the days prior to the game, excitement surrounding the Irish was as high as the Miami temperatures.
As the men’s soccer team reaches its halfway point in the season, the Irish are in a familiar spot with regard to their place among the nation’s best teams.
The Notre Dame community lost a legend in the early hours of Wednesday, Aug. 2, when two-time national champion and College Football Hall of Fame coach Ara Parseghian passed away at the age of 94.
“Notre Dame mourns the loss of a legendary football coach, a beloved member of the Notre Dame family and good man — Ara Parseghian,” Notre Dame president Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. said in a statement issued by the university. “Among his many accomplishments, we will remember him above all as a teacher, leader and mentor who brought out the very best in his players, on and off the field.”…
Steve Vasturia and V.J. Beachem have enjoyed memorable four- year careers for Notre Dame, and their graduation this coming May will serve as a reminder of the culture of sustained success embodied by Notre Dame basketball.
Jumping into a sea of students at a football pep rally. Speaking with and fielding questions from students in dorms. Embracing the front lines of the student section after a big win before joining them in singing the alma mater. Encouraging students to come to his weekly radio show at O’Rourke’s by ordering chicken wings for whoever shows up.
The start to Notre Dame’s basketball season was a historic one, as the team’s 16-2 overall record matched the best start of the Mike Brey era.
Just as many on social media anxiously look toward a bright future in 2017 and attempt to put 2016 (what they refer to as “the worst year ever”) in the rearview mirror, Notre Dame football is in the midst of a very similar catharsis.
Between the time that sophomore Brandon Wimbush started studying for his final exams last semester and sitting down in his first class in the new semester, he had moved up two spots on the depth chart — presumably occupying the role of starting quarterback for the Irish once spring practice arrives in roughly two months.
With the way Notre Dame’s defense had been playing before its game against Stanford — allowing nearly 30 points per game through its first six contests — holding the Cardinal to 17 might have been good enough for a win.
The second-to-last home game of the 2016 season, the final contest at home for Notre Dame’s seniors, felt eerily similar to most of the team’s previous 10.
Nineteen letters. Three lines of text. One of the most talked-about college football games in history. All because of a t-shirt.
The second-to-last home game of the 2016 season, and the final contest at home for Notre Dame’s seniors, felt eerily similar to most of the team’s previous ten.
4 The number of wins needed for Irish head football coach Brian Kelly to become the fifth coach in school history to reach 60 wins. The only other men to lead Notre Dame to 60 victories are legendary figures and members of the College Football Hall of Fame: Knute Rockne, Lou Holtz, Ara Parseghian, and Frank Leahy. Kelly has won more four or more games in each of his 12 seasons as head coach, averaging exactly 9 wins per season over that span.…
Molly Seidel just keeps running — through expectations, through adversities and through the competition.