One step from success, IU men’s soccer looks onward after falling short of completing its successful season in glory
Todd Yeagley and the Indiana men’s soccer team end a successful season in heartbreak as the Hoosiers look to build on previous success and return to the national title game in 2022.
Former Ben Davis head coach Tom Allen has experienced success at every level, but his ability to build passion and love among his team could help lead him and the Hoosiers to new heights.
After a tremendous prep career at West Springfield High School in Virginia and a four-year career with the Maryland Terps, grad transfer Sydney Staier will be joining the Indiana Hoosiers for her final collegiate soccer season.
This week’s episode features some updated predictions for the Big Ten basketball season as well as some news and notes from around the conference including Wisconsin’s new AD hire. The guys also begin their “Best Players from the Past Decade” segment, specifically focusing on Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Maryland.
Clay Merchent has had an impressive golf career and he carried his success into his freshman year with the Indiana Hoosiers. Earning Big Ten Freshman Player of the Year honors, Merchent also broke a long-standing freshman scoring record at IU.
This week’s episode features a discussion of Rutgers’ spring football game as well as standings predictions for the fall season. The guys will also predict player awards for the Big Ten football campaign, look at how some of the spring sports have gone across the conference and analyze Rocket Watts’ transfer to Mississippi State.
After three seasons at South Florida, 7-foot center Michael Durr has decided to take his talents to the Big Ten and join Mike Woodson’s Indiana Hoosiers.
This week’s episode features a discussion of Michigan football with Maize n Brew’s Stephen Osentoski. The guys will also name some returning players to keep an eye out for this fall on the gridiron, discuss Big Ten players who will be hitting the court in the NBA playoffs and give their analysis on Marcus Carr’s decision to enter the NBA Draft.
Despite coming into the tournament as an unseeded underdog, the Marshall University Thundering Herd men’s soccer team won its first College Cup in program history to cap off a magical NCAA Tournament run.
With a 2-0 victory over Seton Hall, the Indiana Hoosiers have reached their third College Cup in the last four seasons, and will look to win the program’s ninth national championship beginning with a semifinal matchup against Pittsburgh.