Men's Ice Hockey



Morris Named MVP At Annual Awards Banquet

Morris was also voted the team's most improved player


Replay: Irish Fall Short Against Duluth


Irish Come Up Clutch Again

Senior captain Jake Evans scored twice for Notre Dame, including the game-winning goal with 5.2 seconds remaining.


Morris Collects Richter & All-America Accolades

Morris adds to trophy case which includes Big Ten Player of the Year, Big Ten Goaltender of the Year and Big Ten Tournament Most Outstanding Player


One More: Irish Meet Bulldogs In National Championship

Notre Dame and Minnesota Duluth square off in Saint Paul Saturday night (7:30 p.m. ET | ESPN)


@NDHockey Frozen Four Press Conference (04.04.18)

Notre Dame Hockey Head Coach Jeff Jackson, Senior Defenseman Jordan Gross and Senior Forward Jake Evans spoke to the media after practice in St. Paul, Minnesota.


@NDHockey | Cale Morris: Top 10 Hobey Baker Finalist

Sophomore goaltender Cale Morris is a Mike Richter Award Finalist and one of 10 Hobey Baker Award Finalists.


Irish Access Extra | @NDHockey vs. Providence, NCAA Regionals (2018)

Get a look inside the locker room from Notre Dame's 2-1 win over Providence as they clinch the road to the NCAA Frozen Four.


Irish Access Extra | @NDHockey vs. Ohio State, Big Ten Conference Final (2018)

Get a look inside the locker room from Notre Dame's 3-2 overtime win over Ohio State as they clinch the Big Ten Tournament title.


@NDHockey Post-Game Press Conference vs. Ohio State - Big Ten Tournament Final (2018)

Head Coach Jeff Jackson and players spoke to the media after 3-2 overtime win over Ohio State in the Big Ten Tournament Final.


Notre Dame vs. Minnesota Duluth (USATSI)

Photos from Notre Dame hockey vs. Minnesota Duluth - NCAA Frozen Four Championship Game - Saturday, April 7, 2018


No. 1 Notre Dame Hockey vs. Michigan, National Semifinal

Notre Dame defeats Michigan in the national semifinal to advance to Saturday's national title game.


Notre Dame vs. Michigan (USATSI)

Photos from Notre Dame men's hockey vs. Michigan - Frozen Four - Thursday April 5, 2018


Notre Dame at Michigan

Notre Dame at Michigan on January 5th, 2018.


Notre Dame vs. Minnesota (Nov. 25, 2017)

Notre Dame vs. Minnesota (Nov. 25, 2017)

• Mike Richter Award Winner (April 6)
• First Team (West) CCM/AHCA All-American (April 6)
• Hobey Baker Top 10 Finalist (March 14)
• Big Ten Player of the Year (March 13)
• Big Ten Goaltender of the Year (March 13)
• Big Ten Tournament Most Outstanding Player (March 17)
• First Team All-Big Ten (March 13)
• Big Ten Tournament All-Tournament Team (March 17)
• NCAA East Regional All-Regional Team (March 24)
• Hobey Baker Fan Vote Nominee (Jan. 15)
• Hockey Commissioners' Association Player of the Month (Dec. 6)
• Big Ten First Star of the Week (Nov. 14/21/28; Dec. 5; Feb. 6)
• Big Ten Second Star of the Week (Nov. 7; Jan. 9)
• Big Ten Third Star of the Week (Jan. 30)
• Most Valuable Player (Team Award)
• Most Improved Player (Team Award)
• Academic All-Big Ten

• Made 25 saves against Alabama Huntsville to earn the win in his first career start (Oct. 6).
• Made a career-high 30 saves in Notre Dame’s 4-2 loss to Denver (last DU goal was an ENG).
• Stopped 24 of the 25 shots he faced against Sacred Heart to post his second career win (Oct. 20).
• Made 23 saves to lead the Irish to a 4-1 win at #16 Ohio State, marking Notre Dame’s first win in its first Big Ten game.
• Made 39 saves in Notre Dame’s 3-2 win at #16 Ohio State (Nov. 4) for his third straight win, including 22 saves in the third period.
• Stopped a career-high 40 shots in Notre Dame’s 5-3 win over Penn State (Nov. 10).
• Made 33 saves in Notre Dame’s 1-0 win against Penn State to post his first career shutout (Nov. 11). 
• Put together a shutout streak of 118:30 from Nov. 10 - Nov. 17 that came to an end in the third period of Notre Dame’s 4-1 win at RPI (Nov. 17).
• Came back and posted a 25-save shutout in game two against the Engineers as Notre Dame won 1-0 in overtime (Nov. 18).  
• Made a career high 44 saves in Notre Dame’s 1-0 win over Minnesota (Nov. 25).
• Stopped 40 shots while yielding just two power-play goals in game two against the Gophers as the Irish won 5-2 (Nov. 25). 
• Named the Big Ten’s First Star for the third consecutive week following that Minnesota series.
• Posted a 23-save shutout in Notre Dame’s 2-0 win at Michigan State (Dec. 2) for his fourth shutout of the season and of his career.   
• Made 48 saves in Notre Dame’s 5-3 win at Penn State (Feb. 2).
• Followed with a career-high 55 saves in game two of the series with Penn State, which was a 2-2 tie (shootout win on Feb. 3).
• In that game against the Nittany Lions, Morris stopped a penalty shot against Andrew Sturtz in overtime to preserve the tie and then made two stops in the shootout. 
• Made 43 saves in B1G semifinal win over Penn State (March 10).
• Registered 41 saves against Ohio State in B1G championship Game (March 17).
• Made 36 saves in NCAA Championship debut, earning an overtime victory over Michigan Tech in Each Regional Semifinal (March 23).
• Named to NCAA East Regional All-Regional team after making 55 saves in two victories to send Irish to Frozen Four.
• Made 25 saves in the 4-3, last-second victory over Michigan, leading the team to the National Championship game (April 5).
• Posted 33 saves in the 2-1 loss to Minnesota-Duluth (April 7).

• Made his first career appearance in Notre Dame's season-opening 9-2 win over Arizona State (Oct. 7) when he played the third period.

• Played three seasons in the USHL (2013-16), beginning with the Chicago Steel and most recently with the Waterloo Black Hawks.
• Morris played the 2013-14 season with Chicago and opened the 2014-15 season with the Steel before being traded to Waterloo.
• Played in 38 regular-season games in 2015-16 and posted a 20-12-1-2 record (w-l-t-otl-sol) to go along with a 2.47 goals against average and a .906 save percentage.
• In nine playoff games in 2016, posted a 5-4-0 record and a 2.50 goals-against average and a .921 save percentage.
• Played in the 2015-16 USHL/NHL Top Prospects Game and became the fifth goaltender all-time to not allow a goal as he stopped all 12 shots he faced.
• Was named a 2014-15 USHL Third Team All-Star after posting a 27-15-4 record to finish tied for second among USHL goaltenders in victories.
• In 2014-15, ranked second in the league with a .920 save percentage, third with a 2.41 goals against-average and tied for first with four shutouts.
• After being acquired in January (2014), he posted a 19-6-3 record with a 1.85 goals against-average and .937 save percentage in 28 appearances for Waterloo.

• Graduated from South Elgin High School in South Elgin, Illinois.
• Played for the Colorado Thunderbirds before joining the Chicago Steel.
• Full name is Christopher Cale Morris and he is the son of Kathy Morris.
• Has two older sisters, Kalee Morris and Jessi Sadorus.
• Enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business.

Saves: 55 (at Penn State 2/3/18); 48 (at Penn State 2/2/18); 44 (vs. Minnesota 11/24/17)
Goals Against: 5 (vs. Wisconsin 1/21/18)
Shutouts: 4; vs. Penn State (11/11/17, W 1-0, 33 saves); at RPI (11/18/17, W 1-0, 25 saves); vs. Minnesota (11/24/17, W 1-0, 44 saves); at Michigan State (12/2/17, W 2-0, 23 saves)


Cale Morris
Cale  Morris


Larkspur, Colorado

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 190


Last Team:
Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)

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