Men's Soccer



#10 Irish Open Exhibition Schedule At Omaha

Notre Dame begins 2017 scrimmage slate on Sunday at 7 p.m. (ET) in Nebraska


Irish Tri-Captains Lead The Charge Into 2017

Matt Habrowski, Chris Hubbard and Jon Gallagher lead Notre Dame men's soccer into the new season


Irish Play Before Capacity Crowd In Mexico Doubleheader

Notre Dame men's soccer downs Mexico U-18s 5-0, Irish women drop competitive 2-0 decision to U-20s


Irish Play Before Capacity Crowd In Mexico Doubleheader

Notre Dame men's soccer downs Mexico U-18s 5-0, Irish women drop competitive 2-0 decision to U-20s


Irish Take Pitch For Annual Clash With Mexico On Friday

Notre Dame and Mexico set for 7:30 p.m. (ET) friendly at Alumni Stadium, live on ESPN3


Commencement 2017

Notre Dame and the athletics department graduated 170 student-athletes on May 21, 2017.


Notre Dame at Wake Forest, ACC Semifinal, 11/11/15

Photos by Andy Mead


Notre Dame vs. Virginia, ACC Quarterfinal, 11/8/15

Photos by Joe Raymond and Marcus Snowden


Notre Dame vs. Marquette, 9/29/15

Photos by Matt Cashore and Joe Raymond

2016 Notre Dame Tri-Captain

AS A SENIOR (2016):
•    ACC Academic Honor Roll choice.
•    Started all 21 games at center back as a Notre Dame team tri-captain.
•    Member of regular Irish back line that yielded an 0.82 goals against average and nine shutouts in 2017.
•    Named to the Mike Berticelli All-Tournament team following shutouts of UC Irvine and New Mexico at Alumni Stadium.
•    Irish defense limited UConn to one shot on goal for the entire game in a win during the second overtime against the Huskies.
•    Helped hold Pittsburgh to three total shots during a 2-0 shutout of the Panthers.
•    Notre Dame back line kept No. 3 North Carolina to a single shot on goal on Senior Night in a scoreless draw to close the 2016 regular season.
•    Grounded Loyola offense to one shot on goal in the second round of the NCAA Championship.

AS A JUNIOR (2015):
•    ACC Academic Honor Roll choice.
•    Appeared in 17 matches, all of which he started as a central defender.
•    Integral component of eight team shutouts.
•    Named to the Soccer News National Team of the Week on Sept. 14.
•    Scored on his first shot attempt of the season for the game-winning goal in the 51st minute of a 1-0 decision against No. 9 Clemson – defensive effort prevented the Tigers from attempting a single shot on frame.
•    Attempted one shot on goal against Xavier.
•    Contributed to a 3-2 Irish overtime win over Duke with a crucial assist on the game-winning Notre Dame goal in the 97th minute.
•    Recorded one shot on goal in the 5-0 Irish win over Pittsburgh, as Notre Dame limited the Panthers to only four shots (two shots on goal).
•    Helped limit No. 17 Virginia to one shot on goal (four total shots) in a 1-0 shutout in the quarterfinal round of the ACC Championship.

•    Played in first 10 career matches, making nine starts as a defender.
•    Contributed to two Notre Dame shutouts.
•    Scored one goal on three shot attempts.
•    Made first collegiate appearance in a 1-0 win over No. 19 Northwestern.
•    Earned a start and played the full 90 minutes at Duke.
•    Deposited a rebound off a free kick in the 23rd minute for the first Irish goal of a 3-1 victory against Virginia Tech.
•    Logged one shot attempt during a 3-0 shutout of No. 15 Virginia in the quarterfinals of the ACC Championship.
•    Won first monogram.

•    Did not play in game.

•    Played for the Crew Soccer Academy (CSA) Wolves in the United States Soccer Development Academy (USSDA).
•    Ranked as the 27th best player nationally (sixth best defender) in the class of 2013 according to Top Drawer Soccer.
•    The top-rated recruit from the Great Lakes Region in the class of 2013 according to Top Drawer Soccer.
•    Given a four-star ranking (out of five) by Top Drawer Soccer.
•    Club team won the regional title in 2009 and was a semifinalist the following season.
•    Named to the all-regional team in 2009 and 2010.
•    National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American club player.
•    CSA Wolves advanced to National Academy Finals Week and finished third in the nation.
•    Was a team captain of the Wolves.
•    A teammate of fellow Notre Dame sophomore Oliver Harris on the Wolves.
•    Played his freshman, sophomore and junior seasons at Brother Rice High School.
•    Did not play as a senior due to a 10-month academy season.
•    Two-time all-state, including a first-team nod as a junior.
•    Named to the all-state "Dream Team" as a junior in 2011.
•    Three-time all-district.
•    A starter as a freshman at Brother Rice and helped the team to the Division I state title.
•    Team captain at Brother Rice as a sophomore and junior.
•    2009 and 2010 district champions.
•    Catholic League champions in 2010.
•    Three-time first team All-Catholic League.
•    Earned a varsity letter all three seasons at Brother Rice.
•    Has attended U.S. Soccer U14/U15/U17/U18 National Team Camps both in the United States and abroad.
•    Has played domestically and internationally with his Olympic Developmental Program team.
•    Son of Jim and Julia Habrowski.
•    Graduated from the College of Engineering with a degree in mechanical engineering.

Habrowski's Career Statistics


Matt Habrowski
Matt  Habrowski

Graduate Student

Berkley, MI

High School:
Brother Rice

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 189


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