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Dan Williams goes to save an IU corner kick at the IU vs Kentucky soccer game at Bill Armstrong stadium Tuesday evening.

Team blanks against top-ranked opposition

IU is 4-0 against unranked schools this season but has struggled against the nation’s top-25 teams, posting a 1-2-1 record despite a 4-3 goal advantage in scoring against those teams.


IU ranks No. 1 in conference

IU has once again taken its yearly position among the Big Ten’s best. And the Hoosiers, ranked No. 13 nationally, are ready to defend their title as the top-ranked team in the conference.


Redshirt sophomore Tyler McCarroll and freshman Matt Wiet read literature from courses required for a pre-med degree. McCarroll and Wiet, along with senior Ofori Sarkodie are all majoring in pre-med. But will they choose medicine or the MLS?

IU athletes choose between degrees and dreams

There is a life-changing decision facing three members of the IU men’s soccer team. That decision creates a clash between two dreams – one in a scrub, the other in a jersey.


Midfielder Lee Hagedorn attempts to block a kick by Kentucky's Chris Jumalon Tuesday evening at Bill Armstrong Stadium. The Hoosiers won 3-0.

No. 9 IU shuts out No. 13 Kentucky

The floodgates finally opened for the normally sluggish Hoosier offense Tuesday night, as No. 9 IU defeated No. 13 Kentucky 3-0 at Bill Armstrong Stadium.



IU-Kentucky men's soccer live blog

Join the discussion as IDS writers cover the 7 p.m. IU-Kentucky game with a live blog from Bill Armstrong Stadium. Click Here for Live Blog.


Soccer comes back home to IU

Nearly one-third of the way through its season, the No. 13 IU men’s soccer team welcomes No. 20 Kentucky today for IU’s first home game since Sept. 6.


Members of the Crabb Band play the soft part of "Shout" early in the first half of a women's soccer game against Central Michigan on August 30, 2009, at Bill Armstrong Stadium. The Crabb Band plays for multiple IU sports teams, including soccer and baseball.

Crabb Band a group of 'faithful fans'

Throughout the last 15 years, the Crabb Band has sounded the alma mater after every home game. But what these musicians are waiting for is the chance to play IU’s fight song, after earning an eighth national championship trophy.


IU wins Big Ten opener

The Hoosiers continued their winning history Friday in their 100th Big Ten matchup.


Senior midfielder Eric Alexander dives to kick the ball away from an Akron player.

IU opens 100th Big Ten game in Madison

In Friday’s milestone matchup, the Hoosiers will look to prolong that position. Indiana will take the pitch Friday at Madison, Wis. for the Hoosiers’ 100th Big Ten game.


Three Indiana defenders track Akron forward Nagbe Darlington as he passes the ball during the University of Akron Tournament Friday night in Akron, OH.  The Hoosiers lost 1-0 to Akron Friday night and defeated Florida International 2-1 in double overtime on Sunday.

IU falls to No. 1 Akron, picks up FIU win

AKRON, Ohio – The No. 8 IU men’s soccer team split two games at the Akron, Ohio Tournament this weekend, falling 1-0 to No. 1 Akron on Friday and defeating Florida International 2-1 in a double overtime contest Sunday.



No. 8 IU downs FIU in double overtime

The No. 8 IU men’s soccer team defeated Florida International 2-1 in double overtime Sunday to even up its record at 1-1 on the weekend at the University of Akron Tournament.


Senior Ofori Sarkodie breaks down the field as his brother Kofi tries to chase him down.  Indiana lost to Akron 1-0 Friday night in Akron, OH.

Akron beats IU men's soccer 1-0

A goal with less than 15 minutes to go from Akron midfielder Michael Nanchoff propelled the Zips past IU in a 1-0 contest Friday.


Men's soccer to face No. 1 Akron Friday

The No. 8 IU men’s soccer team heads north Friday to face No. 1 Akron at 7:30 p.m. for what many would argue is the biggest game of the team’s young season.


IU goalie Luis Soffner snatches the ball during the Hoosiers' match against Seattle on Sunday morning in the Mike Berticelli Tournament in South, Bend Ind. Indiana beat Seattle 2-0 and Soffner recorded his second shut-out as a goalie.

Hoosiers go 2-0 on weekend, jump to 2-1-1

The IU men’s soccer team combined for five goals and 33 shots taken in its first two victories of the season. But the Hoosiers weren’t happy with their performance.



Hoosier men's soccer goes 2-0 on weekend

Indiana walked off the pitch with a 2-0 record this weekend after beating New Mexico on Friday evening 3-2 and Seattle University 2-0 Sunday afternoon in the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament in South Bend, Ind.


IU men's coach Mike Freitag talks with his team after the No. 12 Hoosiers 3-2 win against New Mexico on Friday, Sept. 11, 2009 in South Bend, Ind. They continue play  in the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament on Sunday against Seattle University.

IU downs New Mexico 3-2

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — In his 61 minutes of play, senior Lee Hagedorn helped the team to victory with a goal and an assist in the No. 12 Hoosier’s 3-2 win over New Mexico.

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