The Notre Dame Fighting Irish took on Marquette and came away victors thanks to a Ryder Garnsey goal assisted by Pierre Byrne with just 15 seconds left on the game clock.
Notre Dame was trailing the Golden Eagles by a goal with under a minute to play, but Bryan Costabile scored on an alley dodge down his right side of the field with 42 seconds left to not things up at sixes.
Notre Dame won the ensuing face-off and appeared to turn it over upon touching it up in the box, but whistles sounded as Kevin Corrigan had called the time out just in time.
Enter Perre Byrne who started with the ball, carried to behind the cage and proceeded to dodge up his right side and fed Garnsey streaking towards the crease. Garnsey stuck it high and that was the ball game.
Both teams goal keepers played incredible. Marquette’s Cole Blazer was good for 8 saves on 15 shots faced and Notre Dame’s Matt Schmidt stopped 8 shots on 14 shots faced.
John Wagner scored a pair of goals and dished a helper for Marquette and Ryder Garnsey paced Notre Dame with a goal and 2 assists. Mikey Wynne was held scoreless on the day.