May 12, 2014
Click Here To Download 2013-14 Women's Basketball Digital Magazine
NOTRE DAME, Ind. -- Following one of the most successful seasons in the 127-year history of Notre Dame athletics, fans of the Fighting Irish women's basketball team now can relive the excitement and pageantry of the team's 2013-14 campaign through the issuance of the exclusive 2013-14 Notre Dame Women's Basketball Digital Magazine, presented by Boling Vision Center.
The magazine is available for iPad users exclusively through the Notre Dame athletics digital publications app, which can be downloaded free of charge on the iTunes Store (CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD).
After downloading the app, fans should activate it and look for the "women's basketball" folio (the first one listed in the app) and download the folio.
Once the download is complete, fans will have access to this special collectors' edition publication that celebrates the extraordinary accomplishments of this season's Fighting Irish squad that posted a 37-1 record, including a perfect 19-0 record in its inaugural season in the Atlantic Coast Conference on the way to ACC regular season and tournament titles. Notre Dame's 37-game winning streak also was the longest by any Fighting Irish program in a team-only sport since at least World War II and it culminated with Notre Dame's fourth consecutive NCAA Women's Final Four appearance and its third national championship game berth in four years.
The magazine includes recaps and breakdowns of all 38 Fighting Irish games during the 2013-14 season, as well as video highlights and photo galleries for many contests, including each of the team's postseason games. What's more, numerous video and print features provide a superb complement to this year's historic ACC Championship and NCAA national finalist runs, while season statistics, polls and updated biographical information on all Notre Dame players round out the magazine's extensive coverage.
This project represents the latest collaboration between Notre Dame Athletic Media Relations, Notre Dame Marketing Communications and Fighting Irish Digital Media (FIDM), following similar successful efforts with the launch of the 2013 Notre Dame Football Gameday app, and a commemorative yearbook heralding the success of the 2013 Fighting Irish men's soccer team that captured its first NCAA national championship.
For more information on the Notre Dame women's basketball program, sign up to follow the Fighting Irish women's basketball Twitter pages (@ndwbbsid or @ndwbb), like the program on Facebook (facebook.com/ndwbb) or register for the Irish ALERT text-messaging system through the "Fan Center" pulldown menu on the front page at UND.com.
-- Chris Masters, Associate Athletic Media Relations Director