Soccer Hoosiers fall in South Bend

SOUTH BEND — The Indiana men’s soccer team followed up its best performance of the young season last weekend with an uneven effort Friday night in a 1-0 loss to Cal Poly in the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament.

The Hoosiers put seven shots on goal but could not find the net. This following a five-goal outburst against No. 5 UCLA Sunday.

“We did not play our best game, nowhere near it,” first-year Indiana coach Todd Yeagley said. “But you learn from your mistakes and move on to the next game.”

Overall, the Hoosiers (1-2) outshot Cal Poly, 16-11, including a 7-5 advantage on shots on goal.

But the Mustangs needed only one to go in to win and got that at 82:48 when Chrtis Bernardi toolk a pass from David Zamora and beat goalkeeper Luis Soffner in the lower left part of the goal.