May 15, 1945: 1st Lt George Murphy USMC
George Murphy was a starting end and team captain of Frank Leahy's 1942 Notre Dame team.
April 26, 1985: Nicholas Sparks helps set the 4x800 record
Author Nicholas Sparks helped set a track & field record, which still stands today.
April 25, 1986: The 1986 Drake Relays
The relay team would win first place, but not set a school record.
April 24, 1987: The 1987 Drake Relays
Nicholas Sparks would compete in two relay races for the Track and Field team.
April 21, 1917: Track team ties the world record
The track and field relay team would set a Drake Relays record and tie the world record mark.
March 4, 1945: ND HB was KIA on Iwo Jima
PFC George Birmingham USMC, star HB on the 1942 Notre Dame freshmen football team from Sioux City, Iowa was killed in action on Iwo Jima.
February 23, 1945: Six Notre Dame men are freed from prison camp by Domers
Six Notre Dame men would be liberated from a Japanese prison camp by a fellow Domer.
March 13, 2015: Moving to the Conference Finals
In the third game against Duke this season, Notre Dame would win for the second time and advance to the conference tournament finals for the first time ever.
March 12, 2015: The First ACC Tournament Win
The Irish would have to wait until their second season in the ACC to log a tournament game win.
January 4, 2002: Fr. Hesburgh carries the Olympic Torch
Fr. Hesburgh would carry the Olympic Torch through Notre Dame's campus.
July 13, 2000: President Clinton awards Fr. Hesburgh with Congressional Gold Medal
Fr. Hesburgh is awarded the highest civilian honor from Congress.
September 14, 1964: President Johnson awards Fr. Hesburgh the Medal of Freedom
Fr. Hesburgh receives the highest civilian honor awarded by President Johnson.
September 9, 1957: Fr. Hesburgh appointed to Commission on Civil Rights
President Eisenhower appoints Fr. Hesburgh to the six member Commission on Civil Rights.
June 27, 1952: Fr. Hesburgh is appointed 15th President of Notre Dame
Fr. Hesburgh would be named the 15th president of Notre Dame.
March 6, 2015: The Longest College Hockey Game Ever
Five hours and forty-nine minutes later, a pair of NCAA records would be set with Notre Dame ending on the wrong side of the victory.