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April 28, 2015
This year’s design combines elements from several eras of Notre Dame football to encapsulate its “Golden Tradition,” the phrase that appears on the front of The Shirt 2015.
The Project’s goal this year was to balance Notre Dame’s historic success with its promising future. The front of The Shirt also features helmets from Notre Dame’s past and present, a helmet from the early 1960’s alongside the current shape of the helmets.
The back of The Shirt is a cross-era representation of Notre Dame football. From the script text to the old-school shamrocks and monogram, the design is linked to the history of Irish Football. The anonymous football player blends elements of the history of the program, including a familiar pose that recalls Notre Dame’s seven Heisman Trophy winners. The player carries this tradition into the future, as The Shirt boldly proclaims, “Here Come the Irish.”
Click here for more on Notre Dame’s famed “The Shirt” project.
Article courtesy of “The Shirt”
April 10, 2015
Join Us to Celebrate Notre Dame’s Spring Sports
The University of Notre Dame is pleased to invite fans to campus for the free Shamrock Spring Weekend, as six Fighting Irish programs will compete in Atlantic Coast Conference play from April 17-19.
The Shamrock Spring Weekend features 10 events, highlighted by free admission to baseball’s three-game series against North Carolina State, softball’s Strikeout Cancer weekend versus Syracuse and the women’s lacrosse matchup with Louisville. Additionally, the Irish will host a trio of tennis matches, as the men take on Wake Forest and North Carolina State and the women battle Duke. Fans will have the opportunity to win giveaways throughout the weekend, including pizza from Papa John’s, Notre Dame aluminum water bottles and other Fighting Irish prizes.
The top-rated Irish men’s lacrosse squad also wraps up its home slate against North Carolina at 4 p.m. EDT Saturday, however that game already is sold out. In addition to the ACC action, the Irish men’s and women’s soccer programs will continue spring exhibition play.
The Blue-Gold spring football game will be played at 12:30 p.m. EDT Saturday at the LaBar Practice Complex. However, there are no tickets for that event available to the public. The NBC Sports Network will televise the Blue-Gold game live. Fans on campus can view the game on the video board in Purcell Pavilion.
Concessions and the Hammes Bookstore will be open in the Gate 4 parking lot, on the northeast corner of the Joyce Center.
Parking for these events is available free of charge in the Library, Bulla, Stadium and Joyce lots. Normal tailgating policies will be in effect.
A full schedule of weekend events can be found below. For more information, follow ND Athletics Marketing on Twitter (@GoIrish).
Friday, April 17, 2015
3:30 p.m. — #38 Men’s tennis vs. #13 Wake Forest
6:05 p.m. — Baseball vs. North Carolina State (ESPN3)
Saturday, April 18, 2015
12:30 p.m. — Blue-Gold spring football game (no public tickets available, NBCSN)
1 p.m. — Softball vs. Syracuse (WatchND)
1 p.m. — Women’s soccer vs. Michigan (spring exhibition)
2 p.m. — #38 Men’s tennis vs. #34 North Carolina State
2:05 p.m. — Baseball vs. North Carolina State (WatchND)
3 p.m. — Softball vs. Syracuse (WatchND)
4 p.m. — #1 Men’s lacrosse vs. #4 North Carolina* (ESPNU)
Sunday, April 19, 2015
Noon — Softball vs. Syracuse (WatchND)
Noon — #13 Women’s lacrosse vs. #11 Louisville (WatchND)
Noon — #31 Women’s tennis vs. #22 Duke
1 p.m. — Men’s soccer vs. Western Michigan (spring exhibition)
1:05 p.m. — Baseball vs. North Carolina State (WatchND)
2:30 p.m. — Men’s soccer vs. Valparaiso (spring exhibition)
All times EDT; * Denotes ticketed event that already is sold out; television details in parentheses