- WOMEN'S INTERHALL GOLD LEAGUE: Pyros burn Purple Weasles in 6-0 win (PHIL KOESTERER and KEN CHAMPA Sports Writers)
Mod Quad's "Civil War" lived up to its name. The Pyros of Pasquerilla East defeated the Purple Weasels of Pasquerilla West 6-0 in a rainy, hard-fought game Thursday night on West Riehle Field.
- MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY: Watson makes history at ND Invitational Senior becomes first since 1978 to win invite for two consecutive years (KATIE HUGHES Sports Writer)
It was a dreary day to make history.
- Irish finally make The Big Plays (By ANDREW SOUKUP Associate Sports Editor)
They finally found The Big Play.
- Keys to success don't change from year to year (By JEFF BALTRUZAK Assistant Sports Editor)
The date was October 6, 2001, but it might have well been October 6, 2000.
- Finally Irish make big plays and get big breaks as they earn their first win of the season (By NOAH AMSTADTER Sports Editor)
With a little more than three minutes remaining in the third quarter Saturday afternoon, everything seemed destined to fall apart once again for the Irish football team.
- ND WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY: Irish bring home victory (KATIE HUGHES Sports Writer)
It was a mud spattered and momentous meet for the Irish.
- SMC VOLLEYBALL: Belles errors lead to loss (KATIE MCVOY Associate Sports Editor)
Errors and teamwork were the names of the game during the Belles 3-0 (30-14, 30-17. 30-18) loss to the Knights of Calvin on Friday. Saint Mary's had the errors and Calvin had the teamwork. A solid Knights team forced Saint Mary's into errors, but the Belles were their own worst enemy.
- ND VOLLEYBALL: Irish take two on the road (NOAH AMSTADTER Sports Editor)
With everybody contributing to the offense, the Notre Dame volleyball team (10-3, 5-0 in the Big East) added two road wins to its undefeated conference record this weekend, sweeping Boston College on Saturday before topping Connecticut in four games Sunday.
- ND WOMEN'S GOLF: Challenge awaits Irish at Shoot-out (JOE LINDSLEY Sports Writer)
After a disappointing fourth place finish among a less competitive field at its home course last week, the Notre Dame women's golf team is faced with an even tougher challenge at this week's par 72, 5874-yard Shoot-out at the Legends Tournament in Franklin, Ind.
- MEN'S GOLF: Irish make line-up change Marshall, Richie complete Irish squad in hopes of championship (JOE LINDSLEY Sports Writer)
The Irish will juggle their line-up again this week at the Xavier Invitational at King's Island in Mason, Ohio. Last weekend a line-up change helped the men's golf team finish eighth.
- SMC CROSS COUNTRY: Belles race to 6th place finish (KATIE MCVOY Associate Sports Editor)
Rain, mud and nearly freezing temperatures are not ideal conditions for a runner. But the Belles flourished in Friday's conditions, beating out 24 Division III teams to take a sixth place finish in the Benedictine Eagle Invitational.
- SWIMMING: Irish fall short of Panthers at ND Relays (NOREEN GILLESPIE Sports Writer)
When the head coaches from Notre Dame and Pittsburgh men's swimming teams chatted after the Notre Dame Relays Friday, Chuk Knoles, head coach for University of Pittsburgh breathed a sigh of relief.
- ND WOMEN'S SOCCER: Irish split conference games (JEFF BALTRUZAK Assistant Sports Editor)
It was a weekend of things both familiar and unfamiliar for the third-ranked Notre Dame women's soccer team. The Irish experienced a rare loss in Big East play on Friday night at Rutgers 2-1, dropping only their fourth Big East game since joining the conference in 1995. Sunday's 2-1 win at Seton Hall saw a recurring theme for Notre Dame, namely a late, game-winning goal in a game the Irish clearly dominated throughout.
- ND MEN'S SOCCER: Irish muzzle Hoyas (BRYAN KRONK Sports Writer)
Half the battle for the Notre Dame men's soccer team on Friday was enduring the elements and conditions brought on by Mother Nature. The other half was enduring a pesky Georgetown offense.
- SMC SOCCER: Belles ground Flying Dutch (KATRINA KALANSKY Sports Writer)
Saturday's 1-0 victory was a sweet one for Saint Mary's. The Belles not only brought home another win, they also defeated a Flying Dutch team that beat them by one goal earlier this season.
- Accused rapist may return to campus Former ND football player could visit despite alleged 1998 ban (By MYRA McGRIFF Saint Mary's Editor)
Former Notre Dame tailback Cooper Rego is scheduled to return to campus this weekend as a member of the West Virginia football team despite being banned from campus in 1998.
- AMERICAN RESPONSE Students express mixed reactions to U.S. counterattack (By HELENA PAYNE Assistant News Editor)
Notre Dame students had mixed reactions to the U.S. military air strikes in Afghanistan Sunday. The air strikes focused on areas suspected to be terrorist training camps were in response to the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11 at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. On the Notre Dame campus, far from the attacks, many students have responded to the recent events with various levels of emotional attachment to the conflict, but with the common goal of reaching peace swiftly.
- ND prayer vigil counters U.S. attacks (By JASON McFARLEY News Editor)
In the weeks following last month's terrorist attacks, members of Notre Dame's Peace Coalition trusted that a counterattack by the U.S. government was imminent.
- Victory resurrects some fans' confidence (By SHEILA EGTS News Writer)
Although Saturday's 24-7 win over Pittsburgh cannot erase the three consecutive losses to start the season that will go down in Notre Dame football history, the victory was enough to rebuild the confidence of some fans and students.
- SMC officials open 3 new exhibits at Moreau (By MARY CAMPE News Writer)
Students, faculty, staff and community members joined at Saint Mary's Moreau Galleries Friday to help open three new exhibits. The exhibits included photography, paintings, sculptures, ceramics and collectibles.
- Reporter critiques terrorist coverage (By JASON McFARLEY News Editor)
For veteran journalist Bill Carter, the chief television correspondent for The New York Times, the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks played out like fiction on TV.
- Members work for student input (By ERIN LaRUFFA Associate News Editor)
Although working in different parts of the country, student senators Jesse Flores and Jim Ryan each got a similar inspiration from their summer internships — ways to increase communication between the student senate and the student body.
- ND officials issue tailgating citations Student Affairs, NDSP give record number of tickets (By V. VAN BUREN GILES News Writer)
Roughly 60 people were given citations for underage drinking and minor in possession of alcohol Saturday, according to Notre Dame Security Police.
- Belles wrap up Pride Week (By KATIE RAND News Writer)
Saint Mary's students joined together to celebrate their College as Saint Mary's Pride Week ended Saturday. The administration was pleased with this year's student involvement, and deemed the week a success.
- Imagine all the people showering in peace (By LAURA KELLY French Connection)
Call me a snob, call me an elitist, call me a pampered American; it just seems to me that if one country has figured out how to do something well, then everyone else should take a lesson from it.
- Half lives FTT presents its first mainstage show of the year, "How the Other Half Loves" (By C. SPENCER BEGGS Scene Editor)
The Department of Film, Television and Theatre is almost finished preparing its first mainstage show this year, "How the Other Half Loves" The play, written by the highly acclaimed British playwright Alan Ayckbourn, is a fast-paced farce about lies, infidelity and social class.