Aug. 25, 1999
Location: Notre Dame, Indiana
Enrollment: 7,700 Undergraduates
Head Coach: Kevin Corrigan (Virginia ?82)
Asst. Coaches: Kevin Anderson (Loyola ?93), Will DeRiso (Notre Dame ?97)
Did You Know…
? We have participated in the NCAA tournament for seven of the last eight years and eight times in the 1990?s
? We are the only school that ranks in the top five in highest university graduation rate, Division I student-athlete graduation rate, and graduation rate for athletes who complete their eligibility. EVERY senior lacrosse player, since attaining varsity status in 1981, has graduated.
? Our regular season record for the past seven years is 71-28 (.717), surpassed by only by three other Division I school.
? We offer, during Notre Dame?s Freshman Year of Studies, a broad range of curriculum and a special advisement program which includes free tutoring and group study sessions, allowing 98% of freshman students to complete their first year successfully.
? We have had 10 All-Americans and placed nine seniors in the North/South Game in the last five years.
? Our offer over 50 undergraduate majors in four colleges: The College of Arts and Letters, Business Administration, Engineering and Science, with numerous secondary majors and concentrations.
? Our home record over the past eight years is 0-8 with games played on the lighted 5,000-seat Moose Krause Stadium.
? We are supported by the Office of Academic Services for Student-Athletes, members of which meet regularly with all athletes to monitor their academic progress, arrange free tutoring, and offer academic as well as career counseling.
? Our home away from home, the Loftus Sports Center, among the best indoor training facilities in the country, is equipped with a 9000 sq. foot weight room, and a 120-yard artificial turf playing surface, allowing us to play any day of the year under ideal conditions.
? We rank among the top 25 universities in recent college surveys done by: U.S. News and World Report, Barron?s Top 50: an Insider?s Look at America?s Best Col leges, and Money Magazine, among others.
? Only ND and Stanford University have consistently ranked in both U.S. News and World Report?s Top 20 and in the top 20 of the Sears Director?s Cup, an award based on success in all sports competing at the varsity level among Division I schools.
? We were the first-ever 12th seed to win an NCAA tournament game when we beat fourth-ranked and fifth-seeded Duke 12-10 in 1995, and followed with #9 rankings and tournament appearances in both 1996 and 1997.
? We completed our 1995 season with a 10-day tour of Ireland, and plans are underway for a foreign tour in the summer of 2000.