Michigan – Notre Dame Fighting Irish – Official Athletics Site

SOUTH PLIAGE, Ind. – The Irish wrap up their home portion of the regular season schedule at 7 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Oct. 25 in a midweek matchup against Michigan for Senior Night. The Senior Night ceremony will take place before the competition. The match will be televised on ACCN.

Location: South Bend, Indiana | Alumni Stadium
Television: ACCN
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Twitter updates: @NDMenSoccer
Game Notes: against Michigan


• The Irish and Wolverines will meet on the pitch for the 22nd time on Tuesday night.

• Notre Dame holds a sizable lead in the all-time series with a 14-3-4 record against Michigan.

• The Irish won the most recent match, winning 3-1 at Ann Arbor in the 2021 campaign.


• The Irish beat Virginia Tech at Alumni Stadium 1-0 in an ACC game on Friday 21 October.

• Paddy Burns converted from the spot for the only goal of the game to give Notre Dame the win.

• Notre Dame had seven shots on target while keeping the Hokies to zero shots on target in 90 minutes of play.


• The Irish lead their opponents 15-5 in the first 45 minutes of play this season.

• Notre Dame have conceded just three goals from open play in the first half of matches this season, with the other two coming from penalties.

• The Irish are currently 5-0-0 when they hold a half-time lead.


• Of the 16 Notre Dame players to leave this season, nine were freshmen or sophomores.

• The Irish are a perfect 7-0-0 when scoring first in games this season.

• Twelve different Notre Dame players have scored a goal this season.

• Fifteen of Notre Dame’s 26 goals this season have come from freshmen or sophomores.

• Eight players have registered multiple assists in 13 games, with Daniel Russo leading the Irish with four assists this season.


• With a victory against UIC, Chad Riley, men’s football coach for the McFarland family, recorded the 100th victory of his career as head coach.

• Riley is the fifth head coach in program history to reach 100 career wins.

• Fifty of Riley’s wins have come at Notre Dame while 51 have come during his five-year stint at Dartmouth.


• The Irish welcome a freshman class of seven players to South Bend, ranked third in the country by TopDrawerSoccer.

• The class includes four players ranked in the IMG top 200, each ranking in the top 100.

• The seven players come from five states combined and one foreign country (Ghana).

• Kelvin Baffour (M), Daniel Boateng (M), Wyatt Borso (F), Owen Cornell (GK), Mitchell Ferguson (D), Sebastian Green (M) and Nicholas Legendre (F) make up the class.

• Notre Dame also welcome Mo Williams to the squad, a Seton Hall graduate transfer defender.

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