The No. 5/4 Irish knocked off No. 1 Duke at Arlotta Stadium in commanding fashion, winning by a final score of 13-8. The victory marked win No. 311 at Notre Dame for Baumer Family Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach Kevin Corrigan, making him the winningest head coach at a single program in NCAA DI history.
Back on the field just over 12 hours after the first game of the series ended, the 12th-ranked Notre Dame baseball team kept the momentum rolling with a 7-0 win over No. 14 Georgia Tech to clinch the series Saturday morning at Frank Eck Stadium. With the series win the Irish clinched their sixth conference series victory, tied for the most in a season since they joined the ACC.
The 12th-ranked Notre Dame baseball team had a flair for the dramatics Friday night at Frank Eck Stadium as it overcame two deficits to win 10-9 over No. 14 Georgia Tech. The Irish (14-5, 13-5 ACC) trailed 7-0 in the bottom of the fourth and 9-6 in the bottom of the eighth but scored eight runs in the final two innings to come back and win.
The 12th-ranked Notre Dame baseball team could not get the bats going on Sunday and fell 3-2 to No. 17 Pitt at Charles L. Cost Field. The series is even at 1-1 as the two teams will battle it out in the rubber match set for Monday afternoon.
Notre Dame (17-12, 9-10 ACC) dropped the final game of the series to No. 10 Florida State (24-6, 12-2 ACC) in a 5-0 outing Sunday. Scoreless through the first four innings, the Seminoles opened it up in the fifth, and senior pitcher Alexis Holloway (7-6) took the loss in the circle.
RV Notre Dame capped a seven-game win streak with a narrow 3-1 loss to No. 10 Florida State in the series opener Friday. The Irish and Seminoles were tied up until the bottom of the sixth, when Florida State pieced together two runs for the win.
Notre Dame swept the doubleheader Saturday vs. NC State, run-ruling the Wolfpack 8-0 in the five-inning first game, and emerging victorious in the 7-6 second game to secure a series win heading into Sunday’s series finale.
Coming off the series-opening loss on Friday, the No. 12 Notre Dame baseball team battled back on Saturday as the game came down to the final inning. With Louisville tying the game in the top of the ninth, Ryan Cole was at it again with his second walk-off home run in as many weeks as the Irish defeated No. 6 Louisville 5-3 to tie the series.