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Men's soccer head coach Mike Freitag talks to his players after the Hoosiers' 4-2 loss to Ohio State in the semifinal of the Big Ten Tournament on Friday at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Senior forward Andy Adlard scored the first goal of the game in the fifth minute, but the Buckeyes scored three more in the first half to reach Sunday's 12 p.m. championship game.

IU loses 4-2 in Big Ten semifinal

After a goal in the opening four minutes of each half, IU was unable to outscore Ohio State in the semifinal match of the Big Ten Tournament.

Junior forward Andy Adlard runs to embrace junior midfielder Daniel Kelly, senior forward Darren Yeagle and sophomore forward Will Bruin after Yeagle's goal in the second half of IU's 2-0 victory against Wisconsin. Yeagle scored about 20 minutes after Bruin's goal that opened the half.

IU men's soccer defeats Wisconsin 2-0

On a Will Bruin strike 20 seconds into the second half, the fourth-seeded IU men’s soccer team took a lead it would not give up as it defeated fifth-seeded Wisconsin 2-0 Thursday in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

Junior midfielder Andy Adlard and Ohio State's Konrad Warzycha fight for control of the ball in front of the Hoosier bench Nov. 1 at Bill Armstrong Stadium. The Hoosiers play their first game of the Big 10 tournament today at 12:30 p.m. against Wisconsin. The winner of that game plays Ohio State in the second round.

Wisconsin game a must-win for Hoosiers

Six days after taking down conference-leading Penn State, the fourth-seeded IU men’s soccer team seeks a second win this season against fifth-seeded Wisconsin as it kicks off the Big Ten Tournament at 12:30 p.m. today at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

Redshirt sophomore forward Alec Purdie outbeats Seattle's Will Banchero for the ball on Sept. 13. Purdie has donated his hair to Locks of Love.

Sophomore forward donates to Locks of Love

Sophomore forward Alec Purdie and 15-year-old Moriah Hill have never met, but when Purdie grows a full 10 inches and cuts off his hair this summer, they will be connected in a cause bigger than either of them.

IU downs No. 25 Penn State 2-1

On a day full of pomp and circumstance, the IU men’s soccer team was able to resuscitate its season with a 2-1 upset of Big Ten-leading No. 25 Penn State Friday.

Senior backer Ofori Sarkodie advances toward the Kentucky goal during the first half Tuesday, Sept. 29 at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

Ofori Sarkodie earns 2nd academic honor

Ofori Sarkodie has been named to the Academic All-Big Ten team. He was a preseason second-team All-American. And now he has one more accolade to beside his name.

Senior back Ofori Sarkodie, Ohio State's Doug Verhoff and senior midfielder Lee Hagedorn brace for the ball near the Hoosier goal

Men's soccer 3rd overtime loss drops IU to .500

As a stunned IU soccer team hung its head, its opponent celebrated the overtime victory as Ohio State beat IU 1-0 in the first three minutes of extra time. The Hoosiers are now 1-3-1 in overtime play.

Sophomore defender Tommy Meyer avoids Ohio State's Eric Shrigley's foot near the Hoosier goal Sunday at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Both teams remained scoreless at halftime.

IU loses in overtime to OSU

For the third time this season, IU lost in overtime, this time at the hands of Ohio State 1-0 Sunday at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

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. 

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