Costello, Summerhays lead Notre Dame past Alabama-Huntsville

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Jeff Costello scored twice, and Steven Summerhays made 13 saves for his fourth shutout of the season as No. 15 Notre Dame beat Alabama-Huntsville 5-0 on Saturday.

Sam Herr, Vince Hinostroza and Bryan Rust also scored for the Fighting Irish (12-8-1).

It was the 10th collegiate shutout for Summerhays, a senior. He’s two behind Notre Dame career leaders David Brown and Jordan Pearce.

Carmine Guerriero made 38 saves for the Chargers (1-23).