Athletics Director Fred Glass announced Friday that Todd Yeagley, son of IU soccer's most successful coach Jerry Yeagley, will be the program's next head coach.
Seniors Eric Alexander and Ofori Sarkodie will not be in Bloomington when students begin classes Jan. 11. Instead, the two will join 62 other college seniors Jan. 8-12 to be evaluated at the 2010 adidas Major League Soccer Combine in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Mike Freitag's statement about IU Vice President and Athletics Director Fred Glass' decision not to renew Freitag's contract, which expires Dec. 31, 2009. Read the entire transcript here.Keep checking the Hoosier Hype sports blog for developments on the search for the new men's soccer coach.
Former IU coach Mike Freitag held a private press conference today in which he discussed his dismissal from the IU soccer program.
Twenty-five of Mike Freitag’s 51 years have been spent with the IU men’s soccer program, as a player, assistant coach and head coach. But now, Freitag’s tenure as a Hoosier is done.
Indiana Daily Student reporters Kevin Loughery and Stephanie Kuzydym spoke in-depth with IU Athletics Director Fred Glass regarding his decision not to renew IU men's soccer coach Mike Freitag's contract for the upcoming year.
Fred Glass, IU Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, announced Monday that IU men's soccer coach Mike Freitag’s contract is not to be renewed for the 2010 season. His contract expires Dec. 31.
An up-and-down season came to a halt for the IU men’s soccer team Sunday when it fell 1-0 to No. 5 seed North Carolina in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
Despite outscoring two top-25 opponents 3-0 this postseason, the IU men’s soccer players said they have yet to peak this year. This sentiment proves key when the Hoosiers take on No. 5 seed North Carolina in Sunday’s NCAA third round match in Chapel Hill, N.C.
In the last three years, Yeagle has seen all sides of the soccer ball. Two knee surgeries and a year and four months of recovery later, the senior is finally back where he belongs, scoring goals on Jerry Yeagley Field.
Regardless of what this soccer team gives thanks for, they will be spending Thanksgiving day together. Winning their game against Butler on Sunday afternoon, IU advanced to the third round of the NCAA tournament, where it will take on North Carolina this Sunday in Chapel Hill, N.C.
For the second straight game, the IU men's soccer team was able to avenge a regular season loss when it defeated Butler 1-0 Sunday and advanced to the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
Senior forward Darren Yeagle scored once with his head and once with his foot Thursday to take down No. 7 Louisville 2-0 in the NCAA Tournament’s opening round.