November 4, 1922: Paul Castner (1918-1922)
Paul Castner would prove he was an all-around player and star in every aspect of the game.
May 2, 2004: Fr. Joyce (1952-1987)
Executive Vice President of Notre Dame from 1952 to 1987, Father Edmund P. "Ned" Joyce passes away.
March 7, 1970: Austin Carr (1968-1971)
Austin Carr set the NCAA record for points in a NCAA Tournament game.
February 9, 1962: Fr. Hesburgh (1951-1987)
Father Hesburgh would quickly rise to the presidency at Notre Dame and from there an international delegate.
January 19, 1974: Digger Phelps (1971-1991)
UCLA & John Wooden were winners of 88 straight. John Walton and his teammates would leave defeated.
December 16, 1953: Johnny Lattner (1951-1953)
Johnny Lattner would cap his fantastic college career by becoming Notre Dame's fourth Heisman winner.
November 15, 1967: Carl 'Yaz' Yastrzemski (1957-1958)
One of the greatest baseball players of all time not only was a Notre Dame product but collected some big awards.
October 29, 1993: Haley Scott DeMaria (1991-1995)
Following an accident, surgery, and rehabilitation, Haley Scott returns to the pool and is at the top of her game.
September 24, 1966: Jim Seymour (1965-1969)
Two guys in the first game of their careers would make an immediate impact and make themselves known to all.
September 20, 2009: Golden Tate (2007-2009)
Golden Tate found a new way to celebrate following what would be the game winning touchdown.
September 19, 1987: Tim Brown (1984-1988)
In a bizarre night contest at home, Notre Dame blows past Michigan State and boosts Tim Brown's Heisman campaign.
September 16, 1989: Raghib Ismail (1988-1990)
Rocket Ismail would do something against Michigan that no opponent ever had done before.
September 15, 1979: Bob Crable (1978-1982) and Chuck Male (1976-1980)
In a true Rudy story, a walk-on wins the game while the All-American changes NCAA rules forever.
September 12, 1992: Reggie Brooks (1989-1992)
As long as you cross the goal line, it doesn't matter how you get there. Don't worry, he would be fine afterwards.
September 10, 1988: Reggie Ho (1985-1989)
A mostly unknown student from Hawaii would make a name for himself as he got Notre Dame's 1988 Championship season started off on the right foot.