SOUTH BEND — On one side of Liam Entenmann’s mask reads “JR BL WC.” The other has “MR MF.”

Every day, Entenmann looks at those initials and remembers who those people were and what they meant to him. It serves as a reminder that even in tough times, his life is still pretty good.

The Notre Dame men’s lacrosse goalie has used those people to fuel his success, which includes being named a Tewaaraton Award finalist, given to the best lacrosse player in the country. He’ll have another chance to pad his résumé for the award Saturday when the No. 1 Irish face No. 8 Georgetown in an NCAA Tournament quarterfinal game at Hofstra University in New York.

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