Randy Waldrum, the University of Notre Dame Women’s Head Soccer Coach, guided the Irish to the 2010 NCAA national championship! The Irish defeated Stanford1-0 on Sunday for their third NCAA Women’s College Cup championship. This was Notre Dame’s first championship since 2004 and finished with a 21-2-2 overall record.
The University of Notre Dame women’s soccer program, led by Randy Waldrum, is ranked #7 in the NSCAA / HendrickCars.com Division I Soccer Rankings (11/9/2010). Notre Dame earned their sixth consecutive BIG EAST divisional title and 13th regular season crown in 16 seasons as a conference member with a 9-0-2 BIG EAST mark. The Irish enter the 2010 NCAA tournament as a #4 seed and hosts New Mexico. Notre Dame has compiled a 15-2-2 overall record this season.
Randy Waldrum, University of Notre Dame Women’s Soccer Coach, has guided the Irish to a #3 ranking in the NSCAA/ HendrickCars.com Division I Soccer Rankings. The Irish are 4-0 this season and have outscored their opponents 6-0. The Irish travel to California this weekend to participate in the UCLA Women’s Cup.
Randy Waldrum has guided the Notre Dame women’s soccer team to the semifinal round of the 2009 NCAA Women’s College Cup. This is Notre Dame’s fourth consecutive appearance at the event, and its fifth in the past six seasons. The Irish (21-3-1) have advanced by defeating IUPUI, Central Michigan, Oregon State, and Florida State. The semifinal match will be a repeat of the 2008 championship match with the Tar Heels of North Carolina.
Randy Waldrum, Notre Dame’s Women’s Soccer Coach, has guided the Irish to its 17th consecutive berth in the NCAA Championships. The Irish are ranked #4 in the National Soccer Coaches of America poll and received a #2 seed in the Florida State Region. The 17-3-1 Irish begin NCAA play on Friday when they host IUPUI.