Notre Dame Men's Soccer | Sept. 23, 2013 | UND.com
Getting positive early-season results is like putting money in the bank and the Notre Dame men's soccer team is striving to ensure its deposits aren't fool's gold.
For the second straight year the Fighting Irish do not have a loss through their first six matches of the season. While this year's 3-0-3 mark isn't quite as nice as last year's 6-0-0 record, the lack of a loss still is a noteworthy achievement especially since they have faced three ranked foes, including two top-10 squads.
Notre Dame is one of 15 teams in NCAA Division I that have yet to suffer a loss this season (through games played Sept. 22). That list includes Notre Dame's Atlantic Coast Conference rival North Carolina. The Fighting Irish and Tar Heels, who played to a 1-1 draw on Sept. 8, are the only two ACC squads without a setback.