An unbeaten season paid off for the Indiana men’s soccer team on Monday when the Hoosiers were awarded the No. 2 overall seed for the 2017 NCAA Tournament. IU (15-0-5) will open play at 1 p.m. on Sunday at Armstrong Stadium against the winner of Old Dominion-North Carolina State. Wake Forest was the No. 1 overall seed, while North Carolina was No. 3 and Louisville No. 4.
WESTFIELD — Cory Thomas broke the ice, Andrew Gutman broke the game open and Francesco Moore and Austin Panchot added on as Indiana broke through to the Big Ten Tournament championship game for the first time since 2014 with a dominating 4-0 win over Ohio State in Friday’s semifinals at Grand Park. The No. 2 Hoosiers (15-0-4) will take on Wisconsin (10-4-4) on Sunday at noon in the finals of the tournament in a bid for their first conference tourney crown since 2013.
The 34th shot was the charm for the second-ranked Indiana men’s soccer team on Monday. Junior Cory Thomas finally scored the golden goal in the 97th minute, giving the Hoosiers a 1-0 overtime victory against Penn State in a weather-delayed Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal match. After a slow start, Indiana put the Nittany Lions’ defense under siege for the final 80-plus minutes, yet struggled to find the net.
FINAL: Indiana 73, Western Kentucky 71 … WKU launches from 3 at the buzzer, off the backboard and rolls off the rim. Hoosiers are 3-0. Tyra Buss with 22, Kym Royster 17, Amanda Cahill 15 and Jaelynn Penn 10. #iuwbb
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