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Senior midfielder Eric Alexander protects the ball from Evansville's Dan Gibson during the first half of the Hoosier's game against the Purple Aces Wednesday evening at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Both teams remain scoreless ten minutes into the second half.

Hoosiers trump Purple Aces

IU took free kicks, jumped for headers and, for 345 minutes, failed to put the ball in the net – until senior midfielder Lee Hagedorn changed the Hoosiers’ downhill course.


IU loses 3 straight shutouts, now 7-7-1

For the third straight game, the IU men’s soccer team went scoreless, this time at the hands of No. 12 Northwestern in a 2-0 loss Sunday in Evanston, Ill.


IU tries to escape slump

After taking another hard dip against a ranked opponent on the road, the IU men’s soccer team looks to get back on track against No. 17 Northwestern at 4 p.m. Sunday. 



IU falls to MSU in its 4th scoreless game this year

Junior forward Andy Adlard fell to his hands and knees, his forehead in the grass. Freshman goalkeeper Luis Soffner punched the net. Michigan State’s bench charged the field, its screams audible in front of a stunned crowd at Bill Armstrong Stadium. For the second consecutive home game, the No. 23 men’s soccer team fell to an unranked opponent in double overtime. The Spartans beat the Hoosiers 1-0.


Junior midfielder Rich Balchan eyes the ball with Butler's Brett Heinz near the end of the first half Wednesday at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Though the Hoosiers scored in the fourth minute, the Bulldogs sunk a late goal and scored in the last minutes of the second overtime to bring IU to a 5-4-1 record.

Defending champs visit IU

Following a 3-0 road win against Notre Dame, the No. 23 IU men’s soccer team looks to carry its momentum back into the conference schedule.


Junior Midfielder Daniel Kelly tries to break fast a Notre Dame player during IU's 3-0 victory Wednesday evening. IU next plays on Sunday at home against Michigan State, last year's Big Ten Tournament champions.

Hoosiers dominate Notre Dame 3-0

IU’s true colors shone through for one of the first times this year in Wednesday’s 3-0 victory against Notre Dame.


Hoosiers win game by a fingertip

The Hoosiers were a fraction of an inch away from giving up a late game-tying goal for the second-straight game Saturday at Michigan.



IU tries to get back on track at Michigan

A rough patch in the No. 14 IU men’s soccer season will get rockier Saturday when the Hoosiers hit the road once again to face Big Ten foe Michigan and try to snap a two-game losing skid.


Indiana's Alec Purdie and Butler's Matthew Hedges fight for the ball Wednesday evening at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Butler won by a goal scored in the 2nd OT.

Hoosiers fall to unranked Butler squad

The visiting Butler Bulldogs’ bite in the second half was too much for No. 14 IU to handle. The Hoosiers were upset 2-1 in double overtime.


Indiana's Alec Purdie and Butler's Matthew Hedges fight for the ball Wednesday evening at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Butler won by a goal scored in the 2nd OT.

IU loses in double overtime to Butler

Despite a Darren Yeagle goal three minutes into Wednesday night’s game, the visiting Butler Bulldogs’ bite in the second half was too much for No. 14 IU to handle as the Hoosiers were upset 2-1 in double overtime.


Junior midfielder Daniel Kelly breaks through two Kentucky defenders Sept. 29 at Bill Armstrong Stadium. The #14 Hoosiers take on the unranked Butler Bulldogs tonight at 7 p.m. at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

Hoosiers ready to take on unranked Butler

For the first time this season, the No. 14 IU men’s soccer team faces an opponent from Indiana when it plays Butler at 7 p.m. today at Bill Armstrong Stadium.


Adlard recognized in conference

Following a career-best effort in IU’s 3-0 shelling of No. 13 Kentucky on Sept. 29, junior forward Andy Adlard collected his first weekly conference honor when he was named this week’s co-Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week. 



No. 9 Hoosiers fall to No. 11 Gauchos on Friday

The 10,114 hostile crowd members affected Indiana’s matchup with UC-Santa Barbara. Throughout the 90 minutes of missed passes and miscommunication, IU was unable to score a goal on eleven shots, losing 3-0 to the Gauchos.


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