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Against ranked opponents this season, the IU men’s soccer team has seen
only zeros. IU Coach Todd Yeagley’s team has played then-No. 12 Notre
Dame and then-No. 14 St John’s to 0-0 ties.
Several players on the men’s soccer team haven’t had to make the transition to IU’s campus and soccer program alone. Eleven of the 28 players on this year’s roster played at least part of their high school careers with someone else on the team.
After roughly half the men’s soccer team’s scoring was lost to the MLS
when former Hoosier Will Bruin was drafted by the Houston Dynamo, one
concern was, simply, who would score?
Senior forward Alec Purdie scored three goals for the weekend, powering
his team to wins against Bucknell and Denver for the tournament title.
After two wins last weekend in the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic
against St. Louis and Dayton, the No. 10-ranked men’s soccer team is
back in action this weekend in South Bend for the Mike Berticelli
Memorial Tournament. They will face Bucknell and Denver.
Transfer students Jamie Vollmer and A.J. Corrado will hit the soccer field this season for the Hoosiers.
IU men’s soccer’s hopes of defending their Big Ten championship took a
sizable hit Dec. 29, 2010, when their leading scorer, junior Will Bruin,
decided to forego his senior season and pursue a career in Major League
Assistant coaches under famed former Indiana Coach Jerry Yeagley helped
the Indiana men’s soccer program hoist the national championship trophy
in both 2003 and 2004. Coaches Todd Yeagley and Caleb Porter returned
only a few years after graduating to help their alma mater capture
College Cup titles, which had eluded both men during their stints as
leaders of the Hoosier soccer team.
After two exhibition games with moments of poor communication, near
misses and tough goals, the IU men’s soccer team left the Shindigz
National Soccer Festival in Fort Wayne, Ind., with only one goal and
zero wins for their preseason slate.
After finishing just one stroke out of third place in their final
regular season tournament, the IU men’s golf team will begin its
postseason run Friday in the Big Ten Championship hosted by Purdue in
After a season that featured a couple of near-victories and the first
collegiate golf season of standout freshman Lindsay Gahm, the IU women’s
golf team finished its season Sunday in Glencoe, Ill., at the Big Ten
Women’s Golf Championships.
After its 10th-place finish in the final regular season tournament at the Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational, the IU women’s golf team will travel to the Lake Shore Country Club in Glencoe, Ill., for the Big Ten Championships.
Unusually high scores seemed to be the trend at the Lady Buckeye Spring Invite, where the IU women’s golf team played its final regular season tournament before starting the postseason with the Big Ten Championships next week.
After sitting in third for most of the tournament, with just holes to go, the IU men’s golf team fell to finish fifth in the Illini Spring Classic on Sunday after two of its top players, juniors David Erdy and Chase Wright, both made double-bogeys on hole 17 of the final round.
After being host to its lone tournament of the year — the Indiana
Invitational at Otter Creek Golf Course — and finishing fourth in the
rain-shortened 36-hole tournament, the IU women’s golf team will travel
to Columbus, Ohio to play the Scarlet Course in the Lady Buckeye
Invitational on Saturday and Sunday.
After the team won its third-straight adidas Hoosier Invitational at
their home course, the IU Golf Course, Sunday by 15 strokes and placing
four players in the top 10, the IU men’s golf team will travel to
Urbana, Ill. for the Illini Spring Classic at Stone Creek Golf Club.
As players from most every other team huddled around a small, not even
20-inch television inside the pro shop watching the Masters, the IU
men’s golf team was down the hill, gazing at the leader board and its
third-straight adidas Hoosier Invitational title Sunday at the IU Golf
After the team’s seventh-place finish at the Border Olympics in Laredo,
Texas, its worst tournament finish since mid-September, the IU men’s
golf team will prepare to host its only tournament of the year, the
adidas Hoosier Invitational, at the IU Golf Course on Saturday and
Sunday against a 15-team field.
IU was able to crawl its way back into the pack at the Indiana Invitational, finishing fourth out of 15 teams.
On a day where teams were supposed to complete two rounds of golf in the
two-day, 54-hole Indiana Invitational at Otter Creek Golf Course, high
winds, heavy amounts of rain and thunder and lightning forced the IU
women’s golf team and 14 other squads off the course for most of the