Men’s Tennis – The men’s tennis team will compete in the Mission League prelims starting on Monday, April 25. Noah Boctor and Jack Polhemus will represent the Knights in singles play, while the doubles tandem of Justin Berkowtiz and Colson Duncan, and Alex Acevedo and Jackson Geltzer will represent the Knights in doubles play. Following league play, the Knights will get ready to compete in CIF Playoffs for the first time in over a decade.
Track and Field – The Notre Dame track and field team will host the Mission League prelims starting on Monday, April 25. Prelims for throws will start on Tuesday. The league finals will be on Thursday at Notre Dame. Both the men and women’s teams have won most of their respective meets this season, with success across all events.
Men’s Volleyball – The men’s volleyball team is set to compete in the Redondo Union Tournament this weekend, the Knight’s’ last regular season contest. The team will kick off the tournament against Valencia and Redondo Union on Friday. Following this weekend’s tournament, the Knights will prepare for CIF Southern Section Playoffs.
Swimming – The Notre Dame swimming team will compete in the Mission League prelims this week, with the men at Crespi on April 27 and with the women starting on April 28 at Harvard-Westlake. Both teams have put together an impressive record this season, as the women are 5-1 and the men are 6-2.
Baseball – Notre Dame baseball has spent this week at the Boras Classic, where the team started off the tournament 2-0 and finished fourth out of 16 teams. The baseball team will cap off its regular season on April 27 against Cap Valley Christian. The Knights are currently second in the Mission League.
Softball – Notre Dame softball will close its regular season next week. The Knights will play Louisville on Monday and Harvard-Westlake on Wednesday. Next week’s matchups will determine the Mission League Champion. The Knights are currently tied for first in league play.
Women’s Lacrosse – The women’s lacrosse team will host Louisville on April 26 in its last game of the season. The last time the Knights met with Louisville, Notre Dame had an impressive 15-0 win.