Sep 17, 2018, 11:45 AM EDT
While the majority of the 80,000-plus fans inside Notre Dame on Saturday were cheering and hoping for a Fighting Irish victory over Vanderbilt, a close second on their wishlist likely was sunscreen.
Hopefully for most Irish fans, they were able to get both. The Fighting Irish football squad did their part as they improved to 3-0 with a 22-17 win over the Commodores on a warm and cloudless South Bend afternoon.
Thanks to all the Monogram Club members who came out in full force at the various events on Friday and Saturday. Take a look back at a successful and sunny weekend…
The Monogram Club caught up with Olympic gold medalist Amanda Polk (’08, rowing) in this week’s Game Day Magazine. READ STORY
Another Game Day Magazine story focused on Knute Rockne’s first season as head coach in 1918, just two years after he and Jesse Harper founded the Monogram Club. READ STORY
The Fighting Irish cross country teams got the weekend off on the right foot by sweeping Friday’s National Catholic Invitational at the Burke Golf Course.
The Notre Dame men’s golf team posted a second-place finish at the Northern Intercollegiate and junior Hunter Ostrom captured the individual title.
We’ll leave you with this…
Congratulations to rowing Monogram winners Erin Boxberger (’17) and Molly Bruggeman (’14) on winning the world championship!