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Justin Shockey

Fans at Yogi's Bar and Grill celebrate the Hoosiers' victory against Georgetown in the NCAA Soccer Championship.

Fans cheer Hoosiers to title

When the IU men's soccer team faced Georgetown in the finals of the College Cup Dec. 9, they had to face more than just the players on the field, fans said, as Hoosier came from around the country to turn Hoover, Ala. into "Bill Armstrong South."

IU coach Todd Yeagley signals to his substitutes during IU's 2-1 win against Michigan on Saturday at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

Yeagley continues IU soccer tradition

Growing up with the program would have been a dream for many young soccer fans in the state of Indiana. IU Coach Todd Yeagley lived that dream. As soccer took its first steps in a basketball state, so too did the soccer program in Bloomington.

Quest for No. 8 begins Sunday

As this season makes its way into the NCAA Tournament, the Hoosiers are waiting for their big goals to meet them in their opening second-round match Sunday at Bill Armstrong Stadium against Xavier.

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Men's Soccer vs. Akron

Jacob Bushue dribbles his way into the 18-yard box in the second half against Akron. Bushue found No. 2 Eriq Zavaleta for an attempted shot, but the shot flew high. The Hoosiers lost the game 1-0 and ended their undefeated streak thus far this season.

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