Tennessee’s No. 1 (56-7) will host Notre Dame (38-14) at Lindsey Nelson Stadium as part of the NCAA Super Regional baseball tournament.
The Vols and Fighting Irish have played baseball six times in its history.
The last meeting took place on March 1, 2013 during the USA Baseball Irish Classic. Notre Dame won, 3-2, in Cary, North Carolina.
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As Tennessee hosts Notre Dame in the NCAA Super Regional Tournament, Vols Wire examines all of the time series records between the Vols and the Fighting Irish in baseball, soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, soccer women’s, softball and volleyball.
All time series records between Tennessee and Notre Dame are listed below. Information is provided by the University of Tennessee and University of Notre Dame Media Guides.
Baseball: Tennessee leads, 4-2
Tennessee last played Notre Dame baseball in the 2013 season. Photo by Dan Harralson, Vols Wire
Men’s basketball: Notre Dame leads, 1-0
Tennessee sophomore Howard Wood (44) shoots against Notre Dame in the NCAA Mideast Regional Tournament at MTSU’s Murphy Center in Murfreesboro March 11, 1979. Tennessee was eliminated from the tournament with a 73-67 loss. © Ricky Rogers/The Tennessean
Women’s basketball: Tennessee leads, 22-8
January 18, 2018; South elbow, IN. Tennessee Lady Volunteers guard Meme Jackson (10) goes up for a shot as Notre Dame Fighting Irish forward Kathryn Westbeld (33) defends in the second half at Purcell Pavilion. Matt Cashore – USA TODAY Sports
Football: The series is tied, 4-4
November 3, 2001: Tennessee’s Casey Clausen #7 returns to throw a pass against Notre Dame during the game at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Indiana. Tennessee won 28-10. Jonathan Daniel/Allsport
Women’s football: never played
Photo by Dan Harralson, Vols Wire
Softball: The series is tied, 3-3
Tennessee Softball defeated Notre Dame, 11-3, on Feb. 17, 2022. Photo by Dan Harralson, Vols Wire
Volleyball: Tennessee leads, 2-1
Tennessee head coach Rob Patrick and the 2005 Lady Vols team defeated Notre Dame on November 26, 2005. Photo by Darren Abate/Getty Images