Belles Overtaken by Bulldogs

Box Score Meaghan Gibbons led all players with 13 kills on the night while registering 14 digs. Alexis Grady chipped in seven kills and 10 assists

Professor Emeritus Thomas Platt Names Parasite after President Barack Obama

UPDATED September 16 September 9, 2016 (Notre Dame, Ind.) —  Professor Emeritus of biology Thomas Platt has named a parasite that lives in turtle's

WSBT interviews Professor Sean Savage on the impact of third parties this election

September 9, 2016 (Notre Dame, Ind.) — Professor of political science Sean Savage is a sought-after political commentator, especially during this

Karsonya Wise Whitehead, Scholar of Race, Class, and Gender, to Speak at Saint Mary’s
September 26
September 8, 2016 (Notre Dame, Ind.) — The Saint Mary’s College Department of Communication Studies, Dance, and Theatre is proud to announce that

Belles Battle Past Spartans

Box Score Colleen Kilgallon led the Belles with 14 kills on the night while Meaghan Gibbons chipped in 10 kills in the win. Leah Buck had a match-

Belles Unable to Generate Offense Against Brits

Box Score Thallia Robles made 16 saves in goal. Ten of those saves came in the first half. Callie Doyle and Shayleigh O'Donnell each had a shot for

Rompola Picks Up MIAA Defensive Player of the Week Honor

FREELAND, Mich. - Emily Rompola, a senior defender on the Saint Mary's soccer team, was named the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA

College Announces New Additions to Division for Mission Staff

September 6, 2016 (Notre Dame, Ind.) — The Saint Mary’s College Division for Mission is pleased to announce that Arlene Montevecchio has joined the

Belles Climb Leaderboard to Take Fourth at Olivet

Day Two Results Ali Mahoney led the way for the Belles with a 79 (165) to tie for 12th place overall. Lauren Read shot an 80 on Sunday to finish tied

Belles Sit in Sixth After Day One at Olivet Tournament

Day One Results Ali Mahoney and Lauren Read each shot 86s to lead the Belles. Courtney Carlson (87) and Taylor Kehoe (89) rounded out the team's 348