Notre Dame Hosts 2010 Falcon Golf Classic

The Notre Dame College Athletic Department will host the Ninth Annual Falcon Golf Classic (brochure) on Monday, July 19, at StoneWater Golf Course in Highland Heights, Ohio. This scramble raises money to benefit the growing needs of student – athletes. The Falcon Golf Classic invites alumni, family and friends of the Notre Dame community to enjoy this day of fun. A $175 player donation (of which a portion is tax deductible) includes 18 holes of golf, cart, continental breakfast, a buffet luncheon, and additional prizes.

The golf outing, which was first played in 2002, supports Notre Dame’s 23 athletic teams and its more than 400 student athletes. Funds raised in recent years have supported the institution of new programs such as Football, Bowling, Water Polo and the construction of a new on-campus practice field.

“Our golf outing is an integral part of our fundraising activities,” said Director of Athletics Susan Hlavacek. “With the addition of our new initiatives, this is an exciting time in NDC Athletics and an important time for community outreach.”

Assistant Athletic Director Kevin Bille recently talked about the golf outing on WTAM radio. Select this link to listen to the interview.

For more information, contact Kevin Bille, Assistant Director of Athletics at 216.373.5292 or kbille@ndc.edu.  

Notre Dame College is a co-educational liberal arts institution in South Euclid, Ohio. The Notre Dame Department of Athletics sponsors the Falcons' participation in 23 men's and women's intercollegiate sports. Notre Dame's 23 varsity athletic teams are exceeded only by Ohio State University's 33 among Ohio's 53 four-year colleges and universities. The College is affiliated with the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and the American Mideast Conference (AMC). On July 10, 2009, the NCAA announced that Notre Dame had a membership application approved. The College is currently competing as a Candidacy Year-One institution in the NCAA Division II membership process.