Notre Dame Law School – South Bend, IN
Captain- Jon Altstadter; Assistant Captain- Joey Beglane
Navy and Green
Ivy League Jack Mylott
|Team 90s TV Show||
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Return of the Mack by Mark Morrison
|Distance to Charlottesville, VA||
Liam “Bobby” Reilly
Jacksonville Eamon Mylott
+ Player to be named later (because someone dropped out last minute)
Jon Altstadter, Steven Harrison, Chris Vasquez, Ian Thresher
|Law Review Nerds||
Hans Kessler (Kyle Maury- but he dropped out because he is a nerd and has “too much school work”)
|IM Softball Semi-Finalists two years in a row (3rd place both years). IM Football runner-up 2014, 3rd place 2016 and 2017 (we had a patriots-esque collapse this year in the championship). Many playoff runs, but only 1 IM championship (for dominating all of Notre Dame’s pompous undergrads in soccer, including their club team).
Devin McGuinness was ranked 4,057th nationally and 79th in the state of South Carolina by college baseball recruiting databases. Claimed to have been invited to play on Univ. of South Carolina’s baseball team but declined the offer (we all know this is not true, though).
Kevin Regan was ranked 8,123rd nationally and 354th in the state of Pennsylvania by college baseball recruiting databases. Played collegiately for DeSales University as a submarine knuckleball pitcher.
Steven Harrison was ranked 6,356th nationally and 183rd in the state of Michigan by college baseball recruiting databases. Played collegiately for Wheaton College as a three-year starting outfielder.
Basically, we aren’t blue-blood recruits, but we are (hopefully) good.
All day every day. Countless cycles of HGH and anabolic steroids obtained from BALCO via Barry Bonds, our team’s hitting coach.
|Want To Play Against||
|DON’T Want To Play Against||
|Favorite Thing About The Tournament||
How popular it is across the country, and how positively former law school students talk about it despite now being miserable adults in the lawyering world.
|The Tournament Would Be More Awesome If||
Less teams from each school were permitted to play.