May 15, 2014, 3:52 PM EDT
Since its humble beginnings 50 years ago, the men’s lacrosse team at Notre Dame has been one of family and has recently become synonymous with winning, championships and NCAA Tournament runs.
The current “digs” of the squad, Arlotta Stadium, is a culmination of all the hard work, determination and family atmosphere that has always emanated from the lacrosse program at Notre Dame.
From the old club coaches to Rich O’Leary and current head coach Kevin Corrigan, the program will always be ran in a top-notch way.
Take a few minutes to look back at the first 50 years of lacrosse at the University of Notre Dame.
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- M. Lacrosse. Landis to Play in US Lacrosse Grand Opening Game
- W. Golf. Women’s Golf Faces Challenging 2016-17 Schedule
- M. Soccer. #9 Irish, Valpo Claw To Draw 1-1 In Scrimmage Finale
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