The Wrestling Club kicked off its competitive season last Sunday, January 25th, with a home meet in the Stepan Center on Notre Dame’s campus. The Fighting Irish hosted the Universities of Pittsburgh, Michigan, and Wisconsin in the first quad-meet hosted by the Club.
This past weekend, eight members of the ND Nordic Ski Club travelled to Marquette, Michigan to compete in one of the largest cross country ski races in the country: the 18th Annual Noquemanon Ski Marathon. Over a thousand skiers compete in this deceptively tough race in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan each year...
Due to lack of snow this week. Family Snow Tubing set for Friday, January 23rd has been cancelled. It is rescheduled for Sunday, March 1 from 5:30 - 7:30 (snow permitting)…
This past weekend, the Notre Dame Women's Ultimate A team, led by captains Kelsey Fink and Kristen Collins, traveled to the University of Michigan for their annual preseason indoor tournament. The tournament gives Midwest teams a chance
This weekend the the bowling club competed at the Kegel/ISBPA Midwest Collegiate Championship in Addison, IL. The tournament consisted of 6 team games on the first day and 16 Baker games on the second day
The Rockne small pool will be closed starting today (1/16) through Friday (1/23) . We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your understanding.…
The Notre Dame Women’s Ultimate Team attended two different tournaments this past weekend. The B team, participated in the Charleston Chili tournament in Charleston, Illinois. The A team played in Missouri Loves Company, an elite tournament in Columbia, Missouri. It was an extremely successful weekend for both teams.
On Saturday, November 1, eighteen members of the Notre Dame Running Club trekked to the rolling hills of Lexington, Kentucky to compete in the NIRCA Great Lakes Regional. The men's race was a distance of 8 kilometers and the women's 6 kilometers.
The Irish rounded out their regular season with 2 big wins against visiting teams DePaul and Ball State. The first game against DePaul was a chilly, early morning game, but the Irish came out on fire.
Despite heavy rainfall and the on-campus traffic brought about by crowds for the Notre Dame vs. Stanford football game, the Irish Men’s Club Soccer team found a way to host Michigan for their most important home game of the season on Friday, October 3. The game was played at the KROC Center, a local South Bend turf facility, at 8:30 PM.
On Saturday, September 27, six members of the ND/SMC sailing team traveled to Denison University to compete in the Big Red Regatta. With blue skies, sun, and NE winds 5-10 knots that lasted through mid-afternoon, a full rotation was completed on Saturday.
This past weekend, the Men's Soccer Club played games against Grand Valley State University and Ferris State.
September 27th, was the date circled on the calendars of all of the Notre Dame Men’s Club Soccer players’, since the schedule was released for the 2014 season. A bitter rivalry forged through fierce clashes of opposing style, dating back to the inception of the two storied programs. It was derby day, where the Fighting Irish hosted the Lakers hailing from Grand Valley State. The stage and the lineups were set as the campus hung in a state of frozen anticipation counting down the seconds for the 1 PM kick off. Half an hour before El Classico an electrifying buzz descended over the McGlinn fields as if the soccer Gods were sparking with prospect of goliaths of the game grappling for both pride and position. As if the match needed any more hype this particular game marked a pivotal moment in the Irish quest for the pinnacle of sporting achievement and legendary legacy, the Regional Tournament. A loss would leave the dismal chances to advance, while a win would warrant pure jubilee for all proud enough to embrace the ND crest across their hearts. One glance at the Notre Dame sideline and fan could see utter determination pure strength of will oozing from the collective pores of men ready to do whatever it took to win. Throngs of fans crammed into every conceivable nook and cranny with any semblance of a view of the field and they roared to life as the ref signaled for the game to start.…
The women's club soccer team had their first home game of the season this past Saturday on McGlinn fields against Bradley University. The Irish had an unfortunate call in the 2nd minute which awarded Bradley a PK. Despite a great effort from junior goalkeeper Caroline Corsones, Bradley was up 1-0 early. Not to be discouraged, the Irish fought back
This weekend (September 20-21), members of the ND/SMC Sailing Team traveled to Ohio State University to compete in the Buckeye Invitational. The team consisted of John O'Brien ('18) and Grace Curtin ('18) sailing in the A division,
Sunday September 21st saw two titans of the Club Soccer Central division go head to head. The University of Notre Dame took on a strong and technical Michigan State team that are two years removed national champions. The match took place on a soggy day, with a slick pitch that forced the play into a blistering pace.
The women's club soccer team traveled to the University of Illinois this Saturday for 2 games. Their first game was against Illinois, who came out strong and found a goal early in the first half despite a strong defensive line and a great performance by sophomore goalkeeper Kiley Adams.
Early on Sunday morning, the Notre Dame Men’s Club Soccer team departed to Michigan to partake in their second and third games of the season. The first of these matches was against Eastern Michigan University. Having developed a bitter rivalry with EMU over recent years, the Irish showed up to the field ready for a battle. Brian Roddy, senior captain and team mentor, set the tone for the Irish early in the game
This weekend (September 13-14), members of the ND/SMC Sailing Team hitched up a boat and traveled to Madison, WI to compete in the Fall Fury Intersectional Regatta. The team consisted of Captain Christian Koerwer ('16), Vice Captains Mike Hull ('17) and Skyler Hughes ('16), Commodore Becky Jegier ('15),
The Notre Dame Men’s Club Soccer team played Purdue at home on Sunday. On a day that was supposed to be a double header for the Irish against Purdue and Michigan, the Irish were able to narrow their focus to Purdue after Michigan declared they would be unable to make the trip to South Bend.