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Women's Soccer

Jerry Yeagley’s advice inspires women’s soccer

After a five-match homestand, the Hoosiers prepare for road matches against Illinois and Northwestern. The Hoosiers look to build off the result earned against Nebraska, Cervantes said.

Goalkeeper Lindsay Campbell  watches as her team defense the ball from outside the 18 during Friday's game against Iowa. Campbell, now a senior, suffered a concussion her sophomore year.

Senior women’s soccer goalkeeper makes comeback 2 years after injury

“You’re concussed,”the training staff said to the now-senior goalkeeper Lindsay Campbell two years ago, following IU’s upset of No. 6 Florida. The injury began a new chapter in Campbell’s IU career, a long road back to being the team’s goalkeeper

IU finishes weekend conference 1-0 1-matches

Junior forward Ori Velasquez scored off an assist from senior forward Carly Samp in the 71st minute to draw the Hoosiers even in an eventual 2-1 IU victory.

Freshman midfielder Monica Melink prepares to shoot the ball during the second half of the IU vs. Oakland University match Sunday at Bill Armstrong Stadium. The Hoosiers defeated the Grizzlies 1-0.

Seniors prepare for Big Ten

The six seniors on Indiana’s roster began their playing career in 2008, a year after IU last reached the NCAA Tournament.

IU travels to face defending national champions

Notre Dame and Indiana last faced one another in a women’s soccer match in September 2001. That will change Sunday when IU will take on the Fighting Irish, the defending national champions, at their home base.

Summer soccer's lasting effect

Soccer had its 15 minutes of fame again this summer in the United States.
The game that defines sports in European countries garnered attention from the USA women’s soccer team’s run to the World Cup final and two of England’s top teams’ visits to Major League Soccer stadiums across the country.

Young team looks to change fortunes

IU Women’s Soccer Coach Mick Lyon said he will think positively and use the opportunity provided by his team’s youth to make some tactical changes to help the team win more close, low-scoring matches. Over the past three seasons in 1-0 matches, the Hoosiers are 7-7, including five consecutive matches in 2008 when IU lost 1-0 to open the Big Ten schedule.

Senior midfielder Leigh Anne Cummings dribbles into the 18-yard box during IU's 3-0 loss to Minnesota on Friday at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

Women's soccer ends season with loss to Minnesota

Five seniors were recognized before the game, and all played later on, but the Hoosiers (6-12-1, 2-8) did not prevent a Golden Gopher shutout. Goals in the fifth, 16th and 25th minutes determined the final result of the game.

IU goalkeeper Shannon Flower (right) jumps on top of teammates as they celebrate their 1-0 win against No. 18 Ohio State on Sunday at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

Women's soccer knocks off No. 18 Ohio State

The Hoosiers (6-11-1, 2-7) benefited from an entire game of high-quality defense and a lob shot from senior forward Joselyn Moses, defeating No. 18 Ohio State, 1-0, on Sunday.

Women’s soccer falls to Penn State, 6-1

In the 18-year history of the IU women’s soccer team, the Hoosiers have recorded just one win against Penn State. That win came in the 1996 Big Ten Tournament. Thursday, the Nittany Lions gave the visiting Hoosiers (5-11-1, 1-7) their worst loss this season with a 6-1 final score.

Samp's overtime goal snaps skid

The junior forward's game-winner in overtime at Iowa earned the IU women's soccer team its first Big Ten victory of the season.


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