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Notre Dame great Parseghian a supporter of school's Catholic faith
Legendary Notre Dame football coach Ara Parseghian, pictured in a 2014 photo, died Aug. 2 at age 94 at his home in Granger, Ind. In his 11 seasons, 1964 through 1974, his teams won 95 games, lost 17 and tied four for a .836 winning percentage. His 1966 and 1973 teams were voted national champions. CNS photo/Jerome Favre, EPA
Legendary Notre Dame football coach Ara Parseghian, pictured in a 2014 photo, died Aug. 2 at age 94 at his home in Granger, Ind. In his 11 seasons, 1964 through 1974, his teams won 95 games, lost 17 and tied four for a .836 winning percentage. His 1966 and 1973 teams were voted national champions. CNS photo/Jerome Favre, EPA
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Though not a Catholic himself, legendary University of Notre Dame football coach Ara Parseghian had a notable respect for the school's Catholic faith as well as the Fighting Irish's gridiron tradition. More ...
Friday, August 4, 2017

Notre Dame alumni integral in starting new boys' soccer tradition
Every sport has special rivalries that illuminate that sport within its geographical area, and one of the most historic high school rivalries in Mercer County is between Lawrenceville’s Notre Dame and Lawrence boys’ soccer. More ...
Friday, August 4, 2017
CBA's Coach of the Year finds meaning in 'good loss'
There was a time in his youth when Tim Sewnig would pray to make good shots on the golf course. More ...
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
After semi-pro career, Sherlock tapped to coach Mater Dei soccer
For much of his life, Anthony Sherlock has been devoted to playing and coaching soccer. More ...
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
ND grad, inspired by mom, now helps lead GW hoops
As his basketball career started to gain traction, Kevin DeMille realized it was going to be in the women’s game. More ...
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Villanova University conference explores intersection of faith and sports
VILLANOVA, Pa. — Last October, the Vatican hosted a groundbreaking conference to explore the ways faith and sports could act together to spark positive social change, and encourage greater inclusivity, commitment and inspiration on a multicultural global stage. More ...
Monday, June 19, 2017
ND's Jimenez-Vergara makes second straight MOC clean sweep
Those who are impressed by Michael Phelps’ medal haul at the Olympics might want to check out what Miguel Jimenez-Vergara has done at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions since arriving in high school. More ...
Friday, June 16, 2017
Donovan Catholic's Alyssa Wilson strikes Meet of Champions gold, again
Only Alyssa Wilson can effectively downplay two gold medals in the NJSIAA Meet of Champions. More ...
Friday, June 16, 2017
Recent graduates provide experience, leadership to athletic programs across Diocese
Recent graduates made impacts in their respective sports across the Diocese of Trenton during their senior seasons. More ...
Monday, June 12, 2017
TCA freshman playing basketball for Puerto Rico in international competition
Because of her skills as a basketball player, Trenton Catholic Academy freshman Giana Boulden is playing basketball on an international stage next week. More ...
Sunday, June 11, 2017
Donovan Catholic softball repeats as South Jersey Non-Public A champ with win over rival SJV
In a way, this one seemed like more than a sectional championship game. Almost beyond a state championship game, in fact.  More ...
Monday, June 5, 2017



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