IU soccer No. 14 seed in NCAA

The NCAA Tournament draw for men’s soccer was announced this afternoon, and Indiana (9-7-2) was awarded the No. 14 overall seed and a first-round bye.

The Hoosiers will play the Bradley-Tulsa winner Sunday at 6 p.m. at Armstrong Stadium. It is the 24th straight trip to the tournament for IU and 35th overall. The Hoosiers have an NCAA-best .742 (76-25-4) winning percentage in the tournament, while the 76 victories is also tops in the NCAA. Indiana has appeared in 17 College Cups, which leads all Division I teams, and won seven national titles, most recently in 2004.


  1. I think this has to do with games that went to pks. I’m pretty sure every game that goes to pks except for the title game is officially ruled a tie even though one team ends up advancing.

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