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W Lax: Jake Marmul '11 hired

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Irish Finalize Lacrosse Staff with Hiring of Alum Jake Marmul

NOTRE DAME, Ind. – Former Notre Dame men's lacrosse player and 2011 graduate Jake Marmul is returning home to the Golden Dome as the newest women's lacrosse assistant coach, head coach Christine Halfpenny announced on Friday.

"I am very pleased to announce the addition of Jake Marmul to our staff," said Halfpenny. "We had a strong pool of candidates, but feel fortunate to bring Jake back to the Irish sidelines. What struck me about Jake was his passion for the game of lacrosse, Notre Dame and his eagerness to make a difference with our women's program. Read More

Law and Market Behavior

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The Law School launches a new interdisciplinary program, The Notre Dame Research Program on Law and Market Behavior. Read More

The Footballer

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Brendan King '12 journeys to Europe to pursue his career in soccer - that is, "football." Read More

Top Psychologist

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Prof. Nicole McNeil wins an APA award for her psychological research. Read More

Civic Leader

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Gregory P. Meredith '80 works to serve children, young adults and the disabled. Read More

XC & Track Win Elite Academic Honor

Author: Athletics Report

Cross Country And Track And Field Squads Earn Elite NCAA Academic Award

All six teams presented the NCAA Public Recognition Award.


Sept. 28, 2012

NOTRE DAME, Ind. - The Notre Dame men's and women's cross country and men's and women's indoor and outdoor track and field teams have all been awarded the NCAA Public Recognition Award for academic excellence, the NCAA announced recently. Read More

Soccer: Van De Casteele shows his mettle!

Author: Athletics Report

Van De Casteele shows his mettle!

 - Sep 27, 2012, 9:40 AM EDT

Indiana 0 – Notre Dame 1

It was a calm, humid evening in Bloomington when Notre Dame and Indiana took the field. The Irish had the better of the early exchanges and they kept the 2,000 Hoosier fans pretty quiet. Notre Dame had several excellent opportunities but the closest they came to getting on the scoreboard was a near post corner from Dillon Powers

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A Celebrated Partnership

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The South Bend community celebrated its longstanding and increasingly successful partnership with Notre Dame on Wednesday night . Read More