By the Numbers

Author: Daniel Paglia

By the Numbers

12 - The number of consecutive double-doubles that senior forward John Mooney registered this basketball season, breaking a school record previously held by Luke Harangody. Mooney is second in the nation in rebounds per game at 13.0, but his 16 double-doubles on the season currently remain the most in the nation. The Fighting Irish are 14-8 and looking to return to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2016-17.

14 - The number of combined wins posted by the Notre Dame men’s and women’s fencing teams at the Decicco Duals, enough to secure both teams a perfect weekend at home. The No. 1 women and No. 2 men have appeared dominant thus far in the season with just one losing effort in a tournament.

657 - The number of saves posted by senior goalkeeper Cale Morris thus far in the hockey season. While the team is sitting at just above .500 at this point in the season, they have all the pieces to make another deep run in the Big Ten tournament with eyes on their third championship in as many years. 

7 - The number of pool records that were broken by the Fighting Irish swim teams on the opening day of the Shamrock Invitational. Colleen Gillian broke her second pool record in two weeks with a stellar showing in the 200 IM. With both teams being nationally ranked and the season coming to a close, Notre Dame will look to continue its dominance in the postseason.