Game updates: IU soccer vs. Stanford

Indiana posts an admirable result with a draw after being down a man for the final 67 minutes of the match. Stanford held 6-5 edge in shots, 7-5 edge in corner kicks. Goalkeeper Colin Webb man of the match with four saves. HOOSIERS 0, CARDINAL 0

We’re headed to sudden death overtime with each time collecting four shot attempts, all four on goal for Stanford, just two on target for Indiana. Hoosiers trying to salvage a result a man down. HOOSIERS 0, CARDINAL 0

19:00: As you might expect, Stanford with more of the ball having a man advantage, but senior goalkeeper Colin Webb has risen to the occasion with four saves now for Indiana. Hoosiers have had a couple long-range shot attempts, but nothing dangerous, while Stanford has picked up one more yellow card to this point. HOOSIERS 0, CARDINAL 0

For a scoreless game with just three total shot attempts, this has been a captivating first 40 minutes. However, things are looking a lot more grim for Indiana after Grant Lillard earned a second yellow card with just over two minutes left in the half, meaning he was sent off with a red card and will not only miss the rest of tonight’s game, but the Big Ten opener against Maryland on Friday. Colin Webb made two saves on both Stanford shots, Indiana had just one shot that was not on goal. Hoosiers will have their hands full trying to get a result down a man in the second half, but Stanford has two players with a yellow card and could easily find themselves back even the way this game is going. Here’s one play where Stanford got away with no card. HOOSIERS 0, CARDINAL 0

22:00: Shot attempts and scoring chances in general have been at a premium thus far, in what has been a physical, aggressive battle with Stanford not yielding the kind of space to Indiana that Cal did on Friday night. However, the only booking has been a yellow card on IU’s Grant Lillard. Cardinal have consistently fouled IU in the midfield defensively, while offensively Stanford has pretty much skipped the midfield with long balls from the back trying to jumpstart the offense. HOOSIERS 0, CARDINAL 0

No. 5 Indiana hosts defending national champion and No. 15 Stanford tonight at Armstrong Stadium to cap off the IU Classic. The Hoosiers are a perfect 3-0 for the first time since 2012 and looking for a 4-0 start for the first time since 2004. Notre Dame has the inside track to the Classic title after a 5-0 drubbing of Cal earlier Sunday, meaning the Hoosiers need five goals to tie and six to win the crown. But that’s really not important for Indiana, which wants to keep the strong start going and will see the schedule only get more difficult with Maryland coming to town for the Big Ten opener this Friday. Scoring updates to come here and more on Twitter.