Notre Dame wins Capital One Trophy for male athletics

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From a nice football season to a March Madness run to a College World Series berth, Notre Dame’s male programs had a fine 2021-22 campaign. Now, they’re being rewarded for it. For the second time, Notre Dame has won the Capital One Trophy for the men’s side. It’s also the fourth time a school has been awarded the trophy multiple times. The others are Virginia, Stanford and Florida.

Irish athletic director Jack Swarbrick took to Twitter to express pride for what the male programs did during the past school year:

The Irish previously won the trophy in 2013-14. In addition to the new hardware, the athletic department will be awarded $250,000 to be used for its student-athlete scholarship fund. One only can imagine the impact that will have over the next few years.

It’s nice to see Notre Dame receive a token of all the success we’ve seen recently. Here’s to an equally successful 2022-23 school year.

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