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Senior defender Jessica Boots battles Butler's Mandi Kotynski for a header during the first-half of the Hoosiers game against the Bulldogs on Wednesday night at Armstrong Stadium.

Women's soccer beats Butler on late goal

A late goal by freshman forward Orianica Velasquez-Herrera was all the No. 22 Hoosiers needed to ensure a 1-0 victory over Butler (3-5) on Wednesday night. The win pushed IU to 7-1 in non-conference play, the best start in the history of IU women’s soccer.

Sophomore midfielder Devon Beach battles a CMU defender for possesion during the Hoosiers 1-0 victory over the Chippewas on August 30 at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

In Butler match, IU to face ex-Hoosier

Coming off a loss that snapped its nine-game winning streak, IU will look to revisit its winning ways at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday against Butler (3-4) at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

St. John's gives group its first loss of the still young season

IU got its first taste of being a nationally ranked team this weekend, coming into Friday’s match against Hofstra as the No. 25 team in the nation. It also experienced its first defeat in a 2-1 loss Sunday against St. John’s.

IU upsets of No. 6 Florida, wins comeback against Mercer

The IU women’s soccer team upset No. 6 Florida on Friday in a double-overtime thriller.
They then traveled to Macon, Ga., on Sunday, where they overcame a 1-0 deficit at halftime against Mercer to defeat the Bears 2-1. The team is now 5-0 on the season.

Players lunge onto sophomore midfielder Devon Beach after she headed a goal in the 58th minute of their 2-1 victory against No. 6 Florida on Friday afternoon at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Beach also assisted on the game-winning goal in double overtime. The Hoosiers now hold a perfect 4-0 record.

IU defeats No. 6 Florida, 2-1 in double overtime

The IU women's soccer team kept its winning streak alive Friday as they beat their toughest opponenet yet, the No. 6 Florida Gators, by a score of 2-1 in double overtime.   

Hoosiers to take on No. 6 Gators

Riding a 3-0 record into the weekend, the Hoosiers will face No. 6 Florida Gators (3-0) at 1 p.m. Friday in Bill Armstrong Stadium.

Sophomore goalkeeper Lindsay Campbell kicks from goal during the first half of the game against Evansville on Friday evening at Bill Armstrong Stadium. The Hoosiers shut out the Purple Aces 3-0 on goals from freshman forward Orianica Velasquez Herrera, sophomore midfielder Devon Beach and junior forward Jocelyn Moses.

Hoosiers roll past Evansville

Indiana extended its regular season shutout streak to five games and recorded its second win against Evansville (1-1-0) Friday night, winning by a score of 3-0.

Team kicks into gear Aug. 28, 30

After a 2-0 season opening win against Wright State, IU is set to play Evansville and Central Michigan at home.

IU players celebrate with Natalie O'Bryan, left, after O'Bryan scored late in the second half of an exhibition match on Saturday, Aug. 15, 2009 at Bill Armstrong Stadium. The game ended with a 1-1 tie.

IU ties Valpo 1-1

The IU women's soccer team kicked of their 2009 season with a 1-1 tie with Valparaiso in an exhibition match on Saturday at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

IU defenders Kelly Lawrence, Kerri Krawczak and Kirsta Kellin attempt to catch a loose ball during Indiana’s 1-0 victory over Illinois on Sunday at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

IU attempts to climb out of cellar

IU coach Mick Lyon has never missed a Big Ten Conference tournament since he began coaching the Hoosiers, but this year he and his team are in danger of breaking the streak.

IU freshman forward Carly Samp takes on four Ohio State defenders as she pushes upfield for a goal attempt on Sunday, Sept. 28 at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

Hoosiers look to snap skid against in-state rival Purdue, Illinois

The IU women’s soccer team will return home this weekend, enjoying the comforts of Bloomington for the first time since Sept. 28. The Hoosiers (5-10-0, 0-6) have been on the road the last four games, narrowly losing each game by a one-goal deficit.

“I think the kids are going to be excited to get back on their pitch,” IU coach Mick Lyon said. “You know, with short, fast grass, instead of this thick, mush stuff they have up north, that’s definitely going to be to our benefit.”


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