Men's Soccer



#10 Irish Eclipse San Diego 2-0 In 2017 Opener

Goals from Felicien Dumas and Jeff Farina open goal accounts in dominant Notre Dame win


ACC All-Academic Team Includes Irish Quintet

Jon Gallagher, Mark Gormley, Tommy McCabe, Evan Panken and Michael Shipp recognized by the ACC


Busy Award Season For The Irish

Notre Dame accolades headlined by Brandon Aubrey on the NSCAA Scholar All-America first team


#13 Seed Irish Get Second Shot At #4 Louisville In NCAA Third Round

Notre Dame returns to Louisville for 5 p.m. (ET) Sunday match on ACC Network Extra


#13 Seed Irish, Loyola Meet In NCAA Second Round Sunday

Notre Dame and Loyola square off with Round of 16 berth on the line Sunday at 6 p.m. (ET) on ESPN3


ND vs. Valpo (8/21/17)

Notre Dame faced Valparaiso in the annual Grassroot Soccer game at Alumni Stadium (photos by Mike Miller)


ND vs. Duke (11/3/16)

Photos by Mike Miller

•    Ranked 10th in the postseason TopDrawerSoccer Freshmen Top 100 ratings.
•    Named to the TDS Freshman Best XI.
•    Selected to the ACC All-Freshman Team.
•    ACC All-Academic Team and Academic Honor Roll recipient.
•    Started all 21 Notre Dame games in the central midfield, the only Irish freshman to appear in every match of first season.
•    Earned first career assist and attempted 10 total shots during the season.
•    Aided the Notre Dame defensive corps to a season that yielded an 0.82 goals against average and nine shutouts.
•    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.
•    Served the primary assist on the first Notre Dame goal of a win against Duke in the first round of the ACC Championship.
•    Grounded Loyola offense to one shot on goal in the second round of the NCAA Championship.

•    Enrolled at Notre Dame in January of 2016 after spending the previous three years in the United States Soccer Under-17 Residency Program.
•    Becomes the second Irish player to have joined the program from the U.S. Soccer U17 Residency Program, along with Brendan King (’12).
•    Played for the U.S. U17s in the 2015 U17 World Cup in Chile.
•    Two-time National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Youth All-America selection (2014 and 2015).
•    Competed during freshman season at the Delbarton School in New Jersey, winning the Non Public A state championship with the Green Wave after the team posted a 23-1 record.
•    Played on the club circuit with PDA alongside Notre Dame teammate Jack Casey, claiming the 2012 U15 National Premier League (NPL) National Championship.
•    Son of Tom and Susie McCabe.
•    Has one sister, Maggie.
•    Father, Tom, was a goalkeeper at Princeton University.
•    Mother, Susie, played field hockey and lacrosse at Princeton.
•    Enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a management consulting major.

McCabe's Career Statistics


Tommy McCabe
Tommy  McCabe


South Orange, NJ

High School:
IMG Academy (FL)

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 174


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