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    Men's Soccer Visits Scotland

    The Irish prepare to board the plane at Chicago's O'Hare Airport
    on Aug. 2 to embark upon their 14-day trip to Scotland.

    Notre Dame team members and coaches enjoyed a meal at Baxter's,
    one of Scotland's most famous eateries, located between Aberdeen and

    Bobby Clark (left) and Notre Dame assistant athletic director
    Tony Yelovich (right) spend time with Notre Dame alumnus Tom Griffin
    ('63) on his 1,000-acre estate known as Menie Estate.

    Notre Dame players Greg Tait, Greg Martin, Alan Lyskawa and
    Chris Sawyer enjoy some barbequed food at the home of Tom and Jane
    Griffin, who graciously played host to the Irish during their stay in

    Junior tri-captain Greg Martin presents Tom Griffin with some
    Notre Dame soccer garb.

    Assistant coach Brian Wiese with daughter Morgan Anna and his
    mother enjoy the Scotland countryside.

    Senior Erich Braun gets ready for a game of billiards inside the
    home of Tom Griffin.

    The Irish enjoy a daily walk in the park on their way to

    A soccer match between Aberdeen vs. Celtic in the Scottish
    Premier League proved to be one of the highlights for the team during
    their stay in Scotland.

    A tour of Dunottar Castle proved to be one of several highlights
    for the Irish during their stay.

    Irish players hone their golf drives on the grounds of Menie

    Notre Dame players and coaches relax for a postgame meal
    following their match against Dundee United.

    Notre Dame was headquartered in six-person flats at Aberdeen
    University throughout their 11-day stay there.

    The streets of Aberdeen.

    Notre Dame players and enjoyed a team run up Arthur's Seat in
    Holyrood Park on their final full day in Edinburgh.



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