11:53:26 AM PDT - Tuesday, July 5th, 2022

Notre Dame’s CWS fade gives way to bigger questions about its future  

By Editor - Wed Jun 22, 6:47 am

The end Tuesday afternoon in Omaha was so unlike the rest of Notre Dame baseball’s enchanted run back into national relevance and beyond. It made the quiet bats and the self-inflicted scars of a 5-1 College World Series elimination game loss by the unseeded Irish to 5 seed Texas A&M at Charles Schwab Field all the more surreal. Facing the worst defensive team in the CWS field, the Irish (41-17) uncharacteristically struggled themselves in the field Tuesday with physical and mental errors, had their leadoff batter in the ninth picked off first base, and labored against a pitcher, in Nathan Dettmer, who brought a 13.94 ERA in three NCAA Tournament starts into the game.

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Notre Dame’s CWS fade gives way to bigger questions about its future

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