Indiana Daily Student

Men's Soccer

Senior forward Will Bruin celebrates his goal during IU's meet against Notre Dame on Oct. 6 at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

Bruin to forgo senior year for MLS

Will Bruin has withdrawn from all his spring semester classes and will forgo his senior season ­— all in the name of Major League Soccer.

Junior forward Will Bruin high fives students in The Cage celebrating the Hoosiers' 5-1 win against Tulsa in the second round of the NCAA Division I Championship on Sunday at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

Junior forward Bruin confirms decision to turn pro

Junior forward Will Bruin said leaving college soccer behind will be difficult, but he will skip his senior season for an opportunity to play Major League Soccer. While IU coach Todd Yeagley backed Bruin's decision, the move also alters the makeup of IU in 2011.

Akron now a soccer power under Porter

After former IU player and assistant coach Caleb Porter led the Akron men's soccer team to its first national championship Sunday, former IU coach Jerry Yeagley said the Zips, not the traditionally powerful Hoosiers, are the now the standard for college soccer in the Midwest.

Senior midfielder Rich Balchan fights to get control of the ball from Akron freshman striker Darren Mattocks during the IU vs. Akron soccer game on Sunday in Akron, Ohio. The Hoosiers fell to the Zips 1-2, officially ending the men's soccer season. (Photo by Mike Wise, Akron Athletics)

Men's soccer falls 2-1 at Akron in NCAA Tournament

Akron scored two early second-half goals in a two-minute span and the Hoosiers could not recover, as the Zips eliminated the IU soccer team from the NCAA Tournament in a 2-1 final.

Men's soccer coach Todd Yeagley speaks to his team after winning 5-1 against Tulsa in the second round of the NCAA Division I Championship on Sunday at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

Former IU soccer teammates set to coach against each other

Todd Yeagley and Caleb Porter - former assistant coaches, former teammates and former roommates will meet as head coaches for the first time in the postseason when IU travels to Akron for a 4 p.m. Sunday third-round NCAA Tournament game.

IU soccer followers stay passionate about program's storied legacy

They’ve seen it all. They’ve watched the building of a legacy. Thirty-one years later, they saw the retirement of one of the greatest Division I coaches in college soccer. Then, they examined the successor whom IU Athletics Director Fred Glass didn’t think was the right fit.

IU coach Todd Yeagley celebrates with junior forward Will Bruin after winning the Big Ten Championship on Sunday at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

Yeagley, Bruin honored with Big Ten awards

Bruin was named the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year and Yeagley roped in Big Ten Coach of the Year honors on Thursday at the conference banquet in State College, Pa.

Powered by Solutions by The State News
All Content © 2023 Indiana Daily Student