Lacrosse: Working off some rust in beating Detroit

Notre Dame lacrosse (Rank: #6/#6,  1-0, 0-0 ACC) beat Detroit Mercy, 10-7, this afternoon at Loftus.  A win is a win, and despite some rough patches, the Irish improved significantly as the game went on, finally pounding the Titans in the 4th after Detroit had taken a lead in the 3rd. ☝ game down, ☝ [...]

By | February 12th, 2018|Lacrosse|3 Comments

Lacrosse: Irish to open season at home against Detroit

Notre Dame men's lacrosse will host Detroit Mercy this Sunday, February 11, at 1:00 PM.  The game will be streamed on ACC Network Extra, which is available on the WatchESPN app.  The Titans have previously played the Irish on two occasions, the last being a 14-5 loss to Notre Dame in 2016.  Detroit was 5-11 [...]

By | February 9th, 2018|Lacrosse|2 Comments

Lacrosse: #46Trucking

This article has sat on ice for a week with us worrying that this piece may be the worst jinx imaginable, especially since we heard John Sexton was nursing a back injury. However, we're committed to telling the story of what should be the theme of the 2018 Irish lacrosse season. The fall sport "trucking" [...]

By | February 4th, 2018|Lacrosse|0 Comments

Lacrosse: Weekend Scrimmage Recap

The Notre Dame men's lacrosse team had its two final tune-ups with scrimmages against Bellarmine on Saturday, and against Air Force Sunday afternoon.  The score wasn't the point, but in both the Irish won a lot to not a lot, and they looked good doing it. We weren't at the games, but we are fortunate [...]

By | January 29th, 2018|Lacrosse|0 Comments

Lacrosse: Our new Fighting Irish players

We are just a few weeks from the start of the 2018 lacrosse season.  Let’s reintroduce the new faces we will see on the field. The incoming freshmen are the #1 ranked recruiting class, the first time the Fighting Irish newcomers have earned this designation.  This is a stacked class that will be making an [...]

By | January 24th, 2018|Lacrosse|0 Comments

Men’s Lacrosse: A schedule like no other

University policy requires that the Irish not release their official schedule until next month, but a bit of reverse-engineering of the rest of the nation's schedules has identified what is without question the most difficult schedule in lacrosse.  Notre Dame Men's Lacrosse will be taking on the best and only the best in 2018.  The [...]

By | December 18th, 2017|18S Reads, Lacrosse|4 Comments

19th Annual Lacrosse Steak & Hot Dog Game

Notre Dame Lacrosse will have its 19th annual Steak and Hot Dog Game Saturday at 10:00 am at Arlotta Stadium.  Admission is free of charge, and live updates will be broadcast at @ndlacrosse Instagram and Periscope. This year's version pits Team Sexton (Gold), led by senior John Sexton and coached by offensive coordinator Matt Karweck [...]

By | September 30th, 2017|Lacrosse|0 Comments

Mens’ Lacrosse: Ryder Garnsey is Back!

"But the father said to his servants, ‘Quick! Bring the best robe and put it on him. Put a ring on his finger and sandals on his feet. Bring the fattened calf and kill it. Let’s have a feast and celebrate. For this son of mine was dead and is alive again; he was lost and is [...]

By | June 30th, 2017|Lacrosse|2 Comments

Ryder Garnsey said to have been granted release to transfer

US Lacrosse magazine reports leading Irish lacrosse attackman Ryder Garnsey has been granted his release to transfer.  They further report that he may sit out a year to play at Virginia.  We have not been able to otherwise confirm. Transfers from the lacrosse team are rare, and a transfer of the presumed focal point of [...]

By | June 24th, 2017|18S Reads, Lacrosse|0 Comments

Notre Dame Lacrosse: Tribute!

Our last article for the season, and our favorite to write, a tribute to our seniors! The year may not have ended how we would have liked, but we are proud of our players and excited to see them embark on their futures. Striving for National Titles. Rigorous Academics. Internships & Career Placement. That is [...]

By | May 31st, 2017|Lacrosse|3 Comments

Lacrosse: A look towards 2018

With Notre Dame's season concluded, it is time for us at Team ND-Atl to close up shop with our last two articles for this season: this 2018 preview, followed by our favorite piece to write, the tribute to the graduating seniors. Please expect the latter in a few days. Our Fighting Irish squad was pummeled [...]

By | May 25th, 2017|Lacrosse|3 Comments

Lacrosse: Denver ends the Irish’s season

The season ended for Notre Dame with a catastrophic loss to Denver in the NCAA quarterfinals, 16-4. There aren't many positive details to review, but Mikey Wynne did have a hat trick in the loss and Garrett Epple had an outstanding 5 caused turnovers and 7 ground balls.  Sergio Perkovic had a goal and an assist [...]

By | May 21st, 2017|18S Reads, Lacrosse|7 Comments

Lacrosse NCAA Quarterfinal Preview: Bring on Denver!

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish face the Denver Pioneers in the NCAA Quarterfinals in Long Island, NY, at 2:30 on Saturday, ESPNU.  The Western Rivalry continues. The history of this matchup says all that needs to be said: Buzzer beater, OT, OT, OT, 3 goals, OT, 3OT, 1 goal. Denver has gotten the better of [...]

By | May 19th, 2017|Lacrosse|1 Comment

Lacrosse: Irish beat Marquette 15-9 in NCAA opener

The Irish dispatched the Marquette Golden Eagles in the NCAA first round on Mother's Day.  Notre Dame now holds the longest continuous streak of quarterfinal appearances at 8 in a row.  The boys have a date with Denver in Long Island on Saturday at 2:30, ESPNU.  The next installment of the Western Rivalry. It was a good day to [...]

By | May 15th, 2017|Lacrosse|2 Comments

Lacrosse: NCAA begins today!

Notre Dame v Marquette, NCAA first round, high noon, Arlotta Stadium, ESPNU. It's win or go home, survive and advance. Mother's Day keeps us from a full preview, but here are some helpful links: AnonymousEagle.com interview of us regarding Marquette Our interview of Anonymous Eagles' Brewtown Andy Our recap of the regular season win Our [...]

By | May 14th, 2017|Lacrosse|2 Comments