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.
Former IU men's soccer coach Jerry Yeagley’s influence on the program for 31 years and 544 wins have led to 19 former players either at a head or assistant coaching position in college soccer programs.
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.
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.
An IU offensive bombardment yielded a 5-1 final against Tulsa on Sunday in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
IU forward Alec Purdie had a change in life perspective following a fireworks accident this summer. As his team prepares for the NCAA Tournament, Purdie is thankful he can still play the game.
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.
The IU men's soccer student section — The Cage — features avid fans supporting the Hoosiers, heckling the opponents, and ultimately, uniting the fan base.
IU sports columnist Kevin Bowen writes the IU men's soccer team is primed to make a run in the NCAA Tournament.
The No. 14-seeded Hoosiers have a 6 p.m. date at Bill Armstrong Stadium on Sunday with the winner of Thursday night’s opening-round NCAA Tournament game between Bradley and Tulsa.
The No. 1-seeded Hoosiers lost to No. 4 seed Penn State, 2-1, on Friday in their first game of the conference tournament in State College, Pa..
A Big Ten Tournament championship, something IU hasn’t won since 2006, is the end goal for the Hoosiers during this weekend’s trip to State College, Pa.
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.
A shot off the foot of Andy Adlard goes in for a score, and the 5-foot-9-inch senior runs toward the sideline in celebration. Up to this point, it’s a typical goal celebration. But Adlard isn’t a typical goal celebrator.
The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) announced that Tyler McCarroll was named to the CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-District first team. McCarroll’s name now appears on the national ballot for the ESPN Academic All-America team consideration.
The Hoosiers rallied from a two-goal deficit Sunday to defeat Northwestern 3-2 and claim their first conference regular season championship since 2007.