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Nov. 16, 2015 Issue

Blue & Gold Illustrated: America's Foremost Authority on Notre Dame Football

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ND SPORTS As a team, Notre Dame placed third at the ACC Championships. Even though this is the final season in the Seidel's college career, she can be com- forted by the fact she has Rohrer to pass the torch to. "It's really nice to have things go right because it seems like a lot of times there are so many challenges managing the lifestyle of being a student-athlete," Rohrer told "It's great to be able to have running as a constant. It is something I can do every day that I love and I still have a lot of success. It pushes me to do well in all other as- pects of life." ✦ Irish Roundup CROSS COUNTRY The Irish women placed third (96 points), behind only Virginia (71) and North Carolina (75), at the ACC Championships Oct. 30 in Tallahassee, Fla. Meanwhile, the Notre Dame men finished in sixth place (147 points). Both squads will take part in the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Nov. 13 in Madison, Wis. WOMEN'S SOCCER (12-4-1, 6-4-0 ACC) The No. 15 Irish closed the regular season with a 3-0 home victory over Virginia Tech Oct. 30. The Irish finished 6-4-0 in the ACC, one game out of a spot in the four-team league tournament. The next time they take the field will be in the first round of the NCAA Championship Nov. 13 or 14. MEN'S SOCCER (9-3-5, 4-2-2 ACC) The No. 14 Irish completed regular-season play by defeating Pittsburgh 5-0 on Senior Day Oct. 31. Notre Dame earned the No. 4 seed in the ACC Tournament and was slated to host No. 5 seed Virginia in the quarterfinals Nov. 8. HOCKEY (3-1-2) Notre Dame hit the road to sweep UConn by scores of 2-1 Oct. 31 and 8-2 Nov. 1. The Irish began a four-game homestand with back-to-back games against Minnesota Nov. 6-7. VOLLEYBALL (6-18) The Irish suffered road losses at NC State (3-2) Oct. 30 and at North Carolina (3-1) Nov. 1. They returned to South Bend to face Virginia Tech Nov. 6 and Pittsburgh Nov. 8. SWIMMING The men's and women's teams both defeated Michigan State in a home dual meet Oct. 30, with the women winning 158-80 and the men prevailing 174-69. The women traveled the next day to a triple-dual meet at Purdue, falling 169-123 to the Boilermakers and 176-113 to Ohio State. Both teams headed to Christiansburg, Va., for a triple-dual meet with Virginia Tech and Pittsburgh Nov. 6-7. — Jordan Wells

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