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Men’s soccer to play Penn State at home in Big Ten Quarterfinals



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IU celebrates after senior defender Grant Lillard scores the first of IU's five goals against Santa Clara Sept. 30 at Bill Armstrong Stadium. IU will now begin the Big Ten Tournament Monday at 12 p.m. after a weather delay postponed the game from Sunday afternoon. Bobby Goddin Buy Photos

After earning the two seed in the Big Ten Tournament, IU will face seven-seed Penn State at 4 p.m. Sunday at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

IU failed to win the outright Big Ten regular season championship after drawing against No. 7 Michigan State last weekend. No. 19 Michigan defeated No. 9 Maryland in double overtime, which resulted in Michigan's jumping four spots and winning the conference championship outright.

The last time IU and Penn State faced off was Oct. 10 at State College, Pennsylvania. The Hoosiers returned to Bloomington victorious after freshman midfielder Spencer Glass scored the lone goal of the game.


The winner of the quarterfinals matchup will move on to the conference semifinals against the winner of three-seed Michigan State and six-seed Ohio State. IU defeated Ohio State earlier in the season, 2-0, in Bloomington.

Michael Ramirez 

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