My name is Tyler Moore and I’m a senior at Indiana University majoring in sports communication with a concentration on broadcast. My interest in sports and sports media began at a relatively young age, and I’ve always enjoyed going to live sporting events and viewing in person. Post graduation, I plan on working in the sport media industry.
And Indiana’s first concern are the guys who bleed Carolina Blue.
After defending champ Stanford and Akron open the NCAA men’s soccer semifinals at 6 p.m. Friday in Philadelphia’s Talen Energy Stadium, Indiana versus North Carolina follows at 8:45. The winners meet for the championship at 1 p.m. Sunday.
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As the IU corner flag blows, the Hoosiers continue to warm up in the background.
Freshman Mason Toye takes a shot from close range as he warms up before Indiana’s game against Santa Clara.
Freshman Trey Muse makes a save as he participates in warm ups prior to Indiana’s game against visiting Santa Clara.
Redshirt Junior Jack Griffith (right) can be seen here juggling with two teammates prior to Indiana’s game against Santa Clara.
As the sun sets in the background, the Indiana Hoosiers compete against the Santa Clara Broncos, a game in which they won 5 – 0.
Senior Captain Grant Lillard leads the team out just prior to the start of the game, with Jeremiah Gutjahr closely behind. The men’s soccer team has a tradition where children are allowed onto the field before the game to help welcome out the team, simply by giving them high fives as they come onto the pitch.
Indiana Head Coach Todd Yeagley walks out onto the field prior to Indiana’s game against Santa Clara.
The Hoosier Army is the student-ran organization that cheers on the soccer team for their games. The eight stars on top of the design represent the eight national championships that the Hoosiers have won in their history.
The players and officials stand and look toward the American Flag during the national anthem. The players featured here are the starting 11 for each team.
An Indiana player reacts to nearly scoring, however he sent the ball just wide. The goal keeper is also down on the ground, as he was prepared to make a save.
The Indiana Hoosiers men’s soccer team is currently ranked first in the nation, due in large part to their combination of talent and success, which has led to an 8-0-2 record. The Hoosiers boast the fourth best recruiting class in the nation coming into this year, and are really highlighted by some standout freshman. Just in the Hoosiers last game, 3 freshman started for IU, which is relatively high for a Todd Yeagley group. With that being said, this proves Coach Yeagley has significant trust in his young guys.