Men's Soccer Wins National Championship

Notre Dame Men's Soccer | Dec. 15, 2013 | Notre Dame Athletics

The 3rd-ranked Notre Dame men's soccer team won a thrilling College Cup match over #5 Maryland, 2-1, to claim the National Championship!

 CHESTER, Pa. (AP) -- Andrew O'Malley and Leon Brown led Notre Dame to its first NCAA men's soccer title, scoring in the Fighting Irish's 2-1 victory over Maryland on Sunday at PPL Park.

Notre Dame finished the season 17-1-6 to give 68-year-old coach Bobby Clark his first title in 27 years of coaching at Dartmouth, Stanford and Notre Dame.

Patrick Mullins, the nation's leading scorer, scored for Maryland (17-4-5). The Terrapins were trying to win their fourth national championship and third under coach Sasho Cirovski.

Click here to read the game recap at UND.com

Click here to see the photo gallery from the game

Click here to see "the season in photos"

"Boss" lifts the trophy for the first time! #CollegeCup

The alma mater after the #CollegeCup win! 

 by Daily Domer Staff

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