Kavadas Delivers Homer And Walk-Off Against Boston College

Freshman homered to open the scoring, then won the game with an RBI single in the 10th inning.


Irish Host Austin Peay For Three

Notre Dame will honor its senior class prior to Saturday's 4:05 p.m. contest.


Irish Steal Victory From Spartans

Matt Vierling scored the go-ahead run on a double steal.


Rally Pushes Irish By Cougars

Ryan Lidge knocked in a pair for Notre Dame.


Irish Walk By Huskies

Notre Dame draws 12 walks in 12-1 victory.


Notre Dame vs Pittsburgh Game 1

Game 1 Notre Dame vs Pittsburgh on May 4th, 2018


Irish at Santa Clara - Feb. 19, 2016

Notre Dame opened the 2016 season with a 5-0 victory over Santa Clara at Stephen Schott Stadium.


#23 Notre Dame 13, Wright State 7

The Irish opened NCAA Champaign Regional play in fine fashion Friday, May 29, 2015 with a 13-7 win over Wright State.


Notre Dame vs. Clemson

The Irish play their first series on the new FieldTurf at Frank Eck Stadium as Clemson comes calling May 9-11.

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  • Three-time ACC Academic Honor Roll (2015, 2016 & 2017)
  • Two-time Monogram winner (2015 & 2016)
  • Rosenthal Leadership Academy participant (2016)


  • Entered the season as the longest-tenured player on the Irish roster
  • Was the Opening Day starter for the Irish
  • Tied for the team lead with 14 starts on the mound, and led the team with 83.2 innings pitched
  • Led the Irish in wins (5-1 record overall) and strikeouts (53), while ranking second in ERA (4.20)


  • Made six appearances with five starts and a 3.71 ERA in return from Tommy John surgery in 2016
  • Made his first appearance since surgery with one inning of shutout relief work against Monmouth
  • Returned to starting role with four innings of one-hit ball in 2-0 victory over Davidson, earning the victory while still working on a pitch count
  • Picked up second win in similar circumstances, allowing one run in 3.2 innings of 12-1 decision over Northern Illinois
  • Took a no-decision in midweek starts against No. 18 Michigan and Michigan State

    JUNIOR SEASON (2016):

    • Made eight appearances totalling 12.1 innings before undergoing Tommy John surgery


    • Led team in strikeouts (63) while making five starts and 17 relief appearances totalling 65.1 innings
    • Threw in both games of a doubleheader at Pittsburgh, striking out five with no hits in game one before throwing another two innings in the nightcap, allowing one run
    • Earned win in first career start, throwing five shutout innings against Valparaiso
    • Recorded first career save just four days later, striking out a pair with the tying run on second against No. 7 Florida State to finish off an Irish sweep


    • Pitched five times out of the bullpen during rookie campaign
    • Held opposition to 1-for-11 with runners on base
    • Threw two scoreless innings with three strikeouts in collegiate debut against Florida Atlantic


    • Earned four varsity letters in baseball at Reading Memorial, as well as another four in golf
    • Rated the No. 3 lefthanded-pitcher in Massachusetts in 2013
    • Collected second team all-region honors from Rawlings in 2013
    • Named honorable mention underclass All-American by Perfect Game in 2012
    • Threw a no-hitter
    • Won eight games with two saves thanks to a 0.52 ERA and 97 strikeouts as a senior, earning league MVP honors
    • Junior year saw a 0.72 ERA and 120 strikeouts en route to seven wins and four saves
    • Picked up seven wins and a save with 1.21 ERA and 107 strikeouts as a sophomore
    • Recorded 1.63 ERA and 86 strikeouts as a freshman
    • Named league all-star during freshman, sophomore and junior seasons
    • All-scholastic designee as junior and senior


    • Born in Winchester, Massachusetts
    • Son of Scott and Shelia Tully
    • Has two brothers, Troy and Cole, and a sister, Grace
    • Father, Scott, played football at Yale
    • Uncles Mark (Dartmouth football) and Rob (Army hockey) played collegiately
    • Cousins Brian (Dartmouth football) and Chris (Brown football) played Ivy League football, while cousin, Melissa, played basketball at Williams College
    • Attended same high school as Irish assistant coach Jesse Woods
    • Double major enrolled in College of Arts & Letters (political science) and Mendoza College of Business (finance)


    Scott Tully
    Scott  Tully

    Graduate Student

    Reading, MA

    High School:
    Reading Memorial

    Height / Weight:
    5-11 / 185



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