1 Athletics Media Relations Melanie Schneider Men s Soccer Contact phone - (812) fax - (812) SETTING THE SCENE Indiana wraps up its preseason slate as it takes on Chivas de Guadalajara in an exhibition match at the Shidigz National Soccer Festival in Fort Wayne. This is the first time a professional club has participated in the Festival. NEWS AND NOTES Indiana opened exhibition play on Aug. 14 with a 1-1 draw against UIC. The teams played a set of three 30-minute periods in the match. Indiana did not get on the board until the 72nd minute when reserve Kyle Sparks knotted things up at 1-all. The play began with sophomore Dylan Lax making a run up the right side. As he saw Sparks making a run up the left, Lax switched fields, laying in a perfectly-played ball that Sparks slotted home under goalkeeper Goran Ikic. It was the Flames that got on the board first, taking a 1-0 lead in the 67th minute with a strike from Ivan Stanisavljevic. The senior crossed up his defender as he took the ball to the right of the net near the goal line, weaving his way around to take an open shot into the lower left corner. Indiana finished with a 16-6 shot advantage, with both teams tallying an even four shots on frame. Senior Luis Soffner and redshirt freshman Sean Weidman split time in the net for the Hoosiers. The Hoosiers came out firing in the first period, with junior Nikita Kotlov unfurling a strike in the 9th minute that had to be cleared off the line by a defender. With just under six minutes to play in the period, junior A.J. Corrado had an open look but sent his attempt right into the hands of goalkeeper Piotr Kikolski. Sophomore Eriq Zavaleta thought he had a goal less than 30 seconds into the second period as he broke free of a defender, but the MEDIA INFORMATION Indiana Athletics Assistant Media Relations Director Melanie Schneider is the media relations contact for the Indiana men s soccer team. She can be reached at her office ( ), via cell phone ( ) or NO. 12 INDIANA vs RADIO: None TELEVISION: Fox Soccer Channel Dean Linke: Play-by-Play Keith Tabatznik: Color Charlie Slagle: Sideline 2012 INDIANA SCHEDULE/RESULTS August 24 and Saint Louis Tournament Saint Louis...8 p.m vs. Cincinnati...1 p.m. Aug. 31 and Sept. 2...adidas/IU Credit Union Classic CLEMSON...7:30 p.m. September 2... SAN DIEGO STATE&...2 p.m. 7 and 9.Mike Berticelli Memorial 7... vs. Akron...5 p.m vs. Oregon State...11:30 a.m SIUE&...7:30 p.m at Ohio State*#...1 p.m NOTRE DAME&...7 p.m at Penn State*...7 p.m. October 3... at Kentucky...7 p.m WISCONSIN*...TBA at Louisville...7 p.m BUTLER&...7:30 p.m MICHIGAN*&...7:30 p.m EVANSVILLE&...7 p.m at Michigan State*...1 p.m. August 18 7 p.m. Hefner Field Fort Wayne, Ind. IN-GAME UPDATES: November 1... NORTHWESTERN*#...8 p.m Big Ten Tournament...Evanston, Ill Quarterfinals...TBA 9... Semifinals#...TBA Final#...TBA NCAA First Round...TBA NCAA Second Round...TBA NCAA Third Round...TBA NCAA Quarterfinals...TBA December 7/9...NCAA College Cup... Hoover, Ala NCAA Semifinals...TBA 9... NCAA Final...TBA Home matches in CAPS All TImes Eastern * Big Ten Match; # Big Ten Network Broadcast & BigTenNetwork.com broadcast
2 tight angle of the shot led to a bounce off the right post. Freshman Femi Hollinger-Janzen blasted an attempt from distance that forced a kick save from Kikolski. Senior defender Caleb Konstanki found himself open and on frame with 11 minutes to play in the second period, but he placed his attempt wide left. Freshman Andrew Oliver earned a start in the midfield, while newcomers Derek Creviston, Hollinger-Janzen, T.J. Popolizio, Richard Ballard and Drew Schall also saw action. DID YOU KNOW? Seventeen of the 29 players on the roster hail from the state of Indiana. The Hoosiers starting lineup against UIC on Aug. 14 had a home-grown flavor with seven of the 11 players hailing from the state of Indiana. Three of Indiana s regular-season opponents are ranked in the NSCAA preseason top 25 (No. 7 Louisville, No. 10 Akron, No. 20 Northwestern). Indiana will play four of its first six matches away from home. Sophomore Eriq Zavaleta s uncle, Greg Vanney, is currently an assistant coach with MLS Chivas USA and was an 11-year member of the U.S. Men s National Team. Both his uncle Greg and father, Carlos, played at UCLA and are in the Bruins Hall of Fame. Zavaleta and teammate A.J. Corrado spent a month this summer in Los Angeles training with the Chivas first team. Freshman Andrew Oliver was the Golden Boot winner at the 2011 CON- CACAF U-17 tournament in Jamaica. Newcomer T.J. Popolizio has his undergraduate degree from Brown University and is an MBA student in the Kelley School of Business this fall. Freshman Femi Hollinger-Janzen was named the Indiana Player of the Year and the Gatorade Indiana Player of the Year for Head coach Todd Yeagley and assistant coaches Brian Maisonneuve and Ernie Yarborough all played collegiately at Indiana. Yeagley, Maisonneuve and Yarborough were in fact all teammates from ZAVALETA NAMED TO MAC HERMANN TROPHY WATCH LIST Indiana University sophomore forward Eriq Zavaleta was one of 42 Division I men s soccer players named to the Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy Watch List on Aug. 13. The MAC Hermann Trophy is the highest individual award in intercollegiate soccer presented annually in January during a banquet at the Missouri Athletic Club in St. Louis. The list will be narrowed down by NSCAA members from Division I programs to 15 semifinalists by Nov. 29. Member coaches and fans will then vote for their top three choices and the finalists will be announced Dec. 6. The winners will be announced at the awards banquet at the Missouri Athletic Club on Friday, Jan. 11. Zavaleta is coming off a freshman campaign where he was a unanimous selection to the All-Big Ten first team and Big Ten All-Freshman Team. Named the Big Ten Freshman of the Year, Zavaleta led the Big Ten Conference in goals scored (10), total points (25) and points per game (1.14). His 10 goals scored were the most by an IU freshman since Matt Fundenberger had 13 in 1997, and he became the first freshman to lead the Hoosiers in scoring since Todd Yeagley in Zavaleta had three game-winning goals on the year and tallied his first multiple-goal match of his career with a pair of scores in a 4-1 win at Michigan on Oct. 15. In addition to his Big Ten honors, Zavaleta was named to the College Soccer News All-Freshman team, the Soccer America All-Freshman first team, the Chicagoland Soccer News Player of the Year and was an NSCAA first-team All-Great Lakes Region honoree. Indiana has a long history with the MAC Hermann Trophy, most recently in 2011 when Will Bruin was runner-up for the award. The MAC has honored the top player in collegiate soccer since Prior to 2002, the Missouri Athletic Club and Hermann Trophy were two separate awards. QUICK FACTS Location:... Bloomington, Ind. Founded: Colors:...Cream and Crimson Nickname:... Hoosiers Enrollment:...40,354 Soccer Facility:...Jerry Yeagley Field at...bill Armstrong Stadium (6,100) President:... Michael A. McRobbie Vice President/Director of Athletics:...Fred Glass Conference:...Big Ten Athletic Department Phone: Ticket Office Phone: IU-SPORTS Indiana Men s Soccer History First year of varsity competition: All-Time Record: (.797) All-Time Big Ten Record: (.830) NCAA Titles:...7 ( 82, 83, 88, 98, 99, 03, 04) NCAA College Cup Appearances:...17 NCAA Tournament Appearances:...36 Current NCAA Tournament Appearance Streak...25 Big Ten (Tournament) Championships:...11 Big Ten Regular Season Titles:...14 Record at Armstrong Stadium: (.814) 2012 Coaching Staff Head Coach:... Todd Yeagley Alma Mater:...Indiana Indiana Record: (2) Career Record: (3) Assistant Coaches:... Brian Maisonneuve (Indiana)...Ernie Yarborough (Indiana) Soccer Office Secretary:...Cathy Narey Soccer Office Phone:... (812) Mailing Address:... Assembly Hall East 17th Street... Bloomington, IN Two IU players earned the MAC Player of the Year trophy on three occasions with Ken Snow taking the honor in 1988 and 1990, and Yeagley in Hoosiers collected five Hermann trophies with Angelo DiBernardo in 1978, Armando Betancourt in 1981, Ken Snow in 1988 and 1990, and Brian Maisonneuve in Danny O Rourke won the combined award in INDIANA IN THE PRESEASON POLLS In the first preseason poll of 2012, Indiana comes in at No. 12 in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) rankings. THE HOOSIERS ON TV The Indiana University men s soccer team is scheduled to have two of its regular season matches broadcast on the Big Ten Network in Indiana will have its Sept. 23 Big Ten opener at Ohio State and its Nov. 1 Big Ten finale against Northwestern shown on the Big Ten Network. The Hoosiers vs. Buckeyes telecast will be shown live on Sunday, Sept. 23 at 1 p.m. ET. IU s matchup vs. Northwestern in the regular season finale will also be
3 shown live on Thursday, Nov. 1 at 8 p.m. ET. The Big Ten Network will also show the semifinal and final matches of the Big Ten Tournament in Evanston, Ill. In addition, the Hoosiers preseason game against Chivas de Guadalajara on Aug. 18 is being shown live on Fox Soccer Channel. Indiana s matches vs. San Diego State (Sept. 2), SIUE (Sept. 14), Notre Dame (Sept. 26), Butler (Oct. 16), Michigan (Oct. 19) and Evansville (Oct. 24) will be shown live on BigTenNetwork.com All other Hoosier home matches will be streamed live on IUHoosiers.com BIG TEN DOMINATION Since the Big Ten began sponsoring men s soccer in 1991, the Hoosier have dominated the league. The Hoosiers are in regular season matches, tallying 30+ more victories than second-place team Penn State (57). Indiana has never lost in its Big Ten opener, going in those matches. IU has won 11 Big Ten tournament titles, sharing the 1995 crown with Wisconsin. Indiana has also been crowned regular season champion 14 times, including nine-straight seasons from IU won back-to-back regular season titles in 2006 and 2007 and re-claimed the regular season crown in Indiana has been the league s goals-against average leader in 15 of 19 seasons, including 2007 when the Hoosiers allowed just two goals in six matches for a 0.31 GAA. IU has had a league-record 11 Big Ten Players of the Year, including three of the last five seasons. Will Bruin won the award in The Hoosiers have also boasted the Freshman of the Year three of the last five years. Eriq Zavaleta won the award in THE HOOSIER ARMY IS HERE The Hoosier Army returns strong in numbers in This supporters group is open to any and all fans...students, youths, alumni, community members..whomever wants to come out, have fun and cheer on the Hoosiers. Members will receive special prizes, including gear and meet-and-greets with the team and coaching staff. For more information, visit the Hoosier Army Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/hoosier-army-iu-soccer-supporters- Club/ THE HOOSIER COACHING TREE With the successful roots of Indiana soccer, it is no surprise that the program has spawned several successful coaches throughout the country at the Division I level. Former IU players and assistant coaches John Trask and Caleb Porter lead Wisconsin and Akron, respectively. Porter led Akron to its first-ever national title in Trask is assisted by Phil Presser at Wisconsin, a former Hoosier player and coach. UIC head coach Sean Phillips (assistant coach/player) also has Indiana ties. His assistant coach Aleksey Korol also played and coached at Indiana. UAB head coach Mike Getman was a player and assistant coach at Indiana. Hoosier B.J. Snow is in his second season as head coach of the UCLA women s program. Former Hoosier manager Matt Burke is in his third year as director of operations at Maryland. HOOSIERS IN MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER As of Aug. 14 there are 14 former Indiana players who are on Major League Soccer rosters: - Jay Nolly (Chicago Fire) SUPERLATIVES Indiana s Record... At home On the road At neutral sites vs. ranked opponents In the Big Ten In non-conference games (regular season) In overtime games When scoring first When opponent scores first When leading in shots When trailing in shots When tied in shots When leading in corner kicks When trailing in corner kicks When tied in corner kicks With more fouls With fewer fouls When tied in fouls When scoring one goal When scoring two goals When scoring three or more goals In August In September In October In November ATTENDANCE RECORDS The Indiana men s soccer team regularly draws large crowds to Armstrong Stadium. Below are the top-attended games in stadium history: 1...vs. UCLA...7, vs. SMU...6, vs. Virginia...5, vs. Notre Dame...5, vs. Howard...5, vs. USF...5, vs. South Carolina...4, vs. Akron...4, vs. Maryland...4, vs. Penn State...4, vs. South Carolina...4, vs. Notre Dame...4, vs. UCLA...4, vs. UCLA...4, Drew Moor (Colorado Rapids) - Danny O Rourke (Columbus Crew) - Rich Balchan (Columbus Crew) - Will Bruin (Houston Dynamo) - Tommy Meyer (Los Angeles Galaxy) - Pat Noonan (Los Angeles Galaxy) - Kevin Alston (New England Revolution) - Lee Nguyen (New England Revolution) - Alec Purdie (New England Revolution) - Eric Alexander (Portland Timbers)
4 - Ned Grabavoy (Real Salt Lake) - Brad Ring (San Jose Earthquakes) - Jacob Peterson (Sporting KC) Will Bruin is currently tied for fifth in goals scored in Major League Soccer with 10. He also has five assists on the season. On Aug. 20, 2011, Moor set a Major League Soccer record for most consecutive complete matches played by a field player. Moor played all 90+ minutes in 68th-straight game on Aug. 20 against Chivas USA, eclipsing the old mark of 67 set by Peter Vermes. Bruin was named to the 2011 SoccerByIves MLS All-Rookie Team. Bruin led all MLS rookies with five goals and one assist. He appeared in 24 games, making 21 starts. Bruin, Moor, Grabavoy, O Rourke, Balchan and Noonan all saw their teams make the postseason in Bruin and the Houston Dynamo won the 2011 Eastern Conference and advanced to the MLS Cup where they lost 1-0 to the Los Angeles Galaxy. Alston was named a 2010 MLS All-Star and started against Manchester United in the match. KEEP ON SCORING Despite losing 68 percent of its goal production from the 2010 season, the Hoosiers scored 39 goals in 22 matches in 2011, after putting up 37 goals in 20 matches in The Hoosiers goal numbers in 2010 and 2011 top numbers put up in 2009 (28-23 games), 2008 (35-24 games), 2007 (31-22 games) and 2006 (32-22 games). Nikita Kotlov tripled his scoring output last season, going from three goals in 2010, to nine in MEYER, ESTRIDGE TAKEN IN MLS SUPERDRAFT Indiana University senior defenders Tommy Meyer and Chris Estridge were the 19th and 21st overall selections in the 2012 Major League Soccer SuperDraft held Jan. 12 in Kansas City. Meyer was taken in the first round and 19th overall by the Los Angeles Galaxy, while Estridge was taken two spots later by the Vancouver Whitecaps with the second pick in the second round. Meyer and Estridge become the 34th and 35th Indiana players selected in the MLS Draft since the league s inception in The Hoosiers last draft selections came in 2011 when Will Bruin was the 11th overall pick by the Houston Dynamo, and Rich Balchan was the 12th overall pick by the Columbus Crew. All-American Nick Garcia remains the highest-ever IU player selected as the second overall pick in Meyer is the 12th first-round pick in school history. He joins Bruin (Houston, 2011), Balchan (Columbus, 2011), Kevin Alston (New England, 2009), John Michael Hayden (Houston, 2007), Danny O Rourke (Houston, 2005), Drew Moor (FC Dallas, 2005), Pat Noonan (New England, 2003), Garcia (Kansas City, 2000), Aleksy Korol (FC Dallas, 2000), Lazo Alavanja (FC Dallas, 1999), and Chris Klein (Kansas City, 1998) as first-round selections. Meyer capped off his Indiana career with first-team All-Big Ten honors in He started all 22 matches as a senior and finished his career as a starter in 79 of 81 matches played. This year he led the team and finished second in the Big Ten in assists with seven, while also anchoring the IU defense to eight shutouts. A selection to the MLS Best XI second team, Meyer was named to the adidas/iu Credit Union Classic All-Tournament team and was Defensive MVP after leading the Hoosiers to wins over Saint Louis (3-1) and Dayton (6-0). He assisted on both goals in a 2-0 win at Rutgers, earning Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week honors. He also had two assists against No. 11 Louisville and was named to the Top Drawer Soccer and College Soccer News Teams of the Week after Indiana posted a 1-0 win over Ohio State. As a junior Meyer was a second-team All-Big Ten selection and finished HOOSIERS ON TV The Hoosiers are all-time on television. Below is a list of all of Indiana s televised games. Big Ten Network Nov. 11, 2011 No. 9/7 Indiana tied No. NR/14 Northwestern, 1-1 in Ann Arbor Nov. 5, 2011 No. 9/9 Indiana defeated Ohio State, 1-0 in Bloomington Oct. 15, 2011 No. 18/15 Indiana def. Michigan, 4-1 in Ann Arbor Nov. 12, 2010 Penn State def. No. NR/24 Indiana, 2-1 in State College Nov. 7, 2010 Ohio State def. No. NR/15 Indiana, 1-0 in Columbus Oct. 31, 2010 No. 25/12 Indiana def. Northwestern, 3-2 in Bloomington Oct. 16, 2010 No. NR/18 Indiana def. No. NR/25 Michigan, 2-1 in Bloomington Oct. 3, 2010 Indiana tied Wisconsin, 1-1 in 2OT in Bloomington Sept. 5, 2010 No. 20/21 Indiana def. No. 5/11 UCLA, 5-1 in Bloomington Nov. 13, 2009 No. 25/16 Ohio State def. Indiana, 4-2 in Bloomington Oct. 25, 2009 No. 17/12 Northwestern def. No. NR/25 Indiana, 2-0 in Evanston Oct. 18, 2009 Michigan State def. No. 23/23 Indiana, 1-0 in Bloomington Oct. 10, 2009 No. 14/16 Indiana def. Michigan, 1-0 in Ann Arbor Sept. 6, 2009 No. 3/5 Wake Forest def. No. 7/4 Indiana, 2-1 in Bloomington Nov. 16, 2008 No. 16/13 Michigan State def. No. 18/16 Indiana, 1-0 in Madison Nov. 14, 2008 No. 18/16 Indiana def. No. 10/14 Michigan, 1-0 in Madison Nov. 7, 2008 No. 23/22 Indiana def. No. 8/7 Northwestern, 2-0 in Bloomington Oct. 26, 2008 No. 22/18 Indiana def. Ohio State, 3-2 in OT in Columbus Sept. 21, 2008 No. 14/13 Indiana def. Wisconsin, 3-2 in OT in Bloomington Aug. 31, 2008 No. 7/3 Indiana tied No. 12/12 Akron, 0-0 in 2 OT in Bloomington *Nov. 11, 2007 No. 9 Indiana tied No. 18 Ohio State, 0-0 in 2 OT in East Lansing Nov. 9, 2007 No. 9 Indiana def. Michigan St., 1-0 in East Lansing Nov. 4, 2007 No. 9 Indiana tied Wisconsin, 0-0 in 2 OT in Madison Oct. 28, 2007 No. 10 Indiana def. Penn State, 1-0 in Bloomington Oct. 21, 2007 No. 12 Indiana tied No. 24 Ohio State, 0-0 in 2 OT in Bloomington Sept. 2, 2007 No. 8 Indiana def. No. 1 UCLA, 1-0 in Bloomington Comcast Local Oct. 17, 2007 No. 12 Indiana def. No. 4 Notre Dame, 3-2 in South Bend Oct. 9, 2005 Indiana def. Michigan, 2-0, in Ann Arbor Fox Soccer Channel Oct. 2, 2009 No. 11 UCSB def. No. 9 Indiana, 3-0 in Santa Barbara, Calif. Oct. 20, 2006 Penn State def. Indiana, 1-0, in University Park Sept. 30, 2005 Penn State def. Indiana, 2-1 in OT, in Bloomington CN8: The Comcast Net Oct. 29, 2005 Indiana tied Maryland, 3-3, in College Park Oct. 1, 2004 Indiana def. Penn State, 2-0, in University Park CSTV *Nov. 11, 2007 No. 9 Indiana tied No. 18 Ohio State, 0-0 in East Lansing Nov. 5, 2006 Indiana def. Ohio State, 1-0, in the Big Ten Tournament Sept. 14, 2006 Saint Louis def. Indiana, 1-0, in St. Louis Nov. 13, 2005 Penn State def. Indiana, 1-0, in the Big Ten Tournament Sept. 15, 2004 Indiana def. Notre Dame, 2-0, in Bloomington Nov. 16, 2003 Indiana tied Penn State, 1-1, in the Big Ten Tournament Oct. 24, 2003 Indiana def. Saint Louis, 2-1, in Bloomington ESPN Dec. 12, 2004 Indiana def. UCSB, 3-2, in PKs at the College Cup Dec. 11, 2004 Indiana def. Maryland, 3-2, in 2OT at the College Cup Dec. 16, 2001 North Carolina def. Indiana, 2-0, at the College Cup Dec. 9, 2000 Creighton def. Indiana, 2-1, in 3OT at the College Cup Dec. 12, 1999 Indiana def. Santa Clara, 1-0, at the College Cup Dec. 13, 1998 Indiana def. Stanford, 3-1, at the College Cup ESPN Dec. 14, 2003 Indiana def. St. John s, 2-1, at the College Cup Dec. 13, 2003 Indiana def. Santa Clara, 1-0, in 2OT at the College Cup Dec. 15, 2001 Indiana def. St. John s, 2-1, in 2OT at the College Cup Dec. 11, 1999 Indiana def. UCLA, 3-2, in 4OT at the College Cup Dec. 11, 1998 Indiana def. Santa Clara, 4-0, at the College Cup ESPNU Oct. 26, 2005 Indiana def. Notre Dame, 3-0, in South Bend Fox Sports Net Dec. 12, 1997 UCLA def. Indiana, 1-0, in 3OT at the College Cup * Game was broadcast on both CSTV and Big Ten Network
5 his career with 10 assists and 25 shot attempts from his central defender position. Meyer joins former Hoosier Pat Noonan with the Galaxy, while former Hoosier and Galaxy player Chris Klein is now the Senior Director of the LA Galaxy Academy Program and Special Projects. Estridge was named a first-team All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, an NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region firstteam member, and a unanimous first-team All-Big Ten selection in Starting all 22 matches this past season, Estridge finished with three goals and five assists from his left back position. The speedy Estridge recorded his first goal as a Hoosier in a 6-0 win over Dayton and was named to the adidas/iu Credit Union All-Tournament team. The next weekend he helped the Hoosiers to the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament title with wins over Bucknell and Denver, tallying his second goal of the year against the Pioneers and earning tournament Defensive MVP honors. His second assist of the year game on the game winner at Butler, while he also helped the defense to its seventh shutout of the season in a 2-0 win over Kentucky and had an assist on the second goal. His fifth assist of the year came on the game winner in a 3-0 victory over Old Dominion in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Estridge came to Indiana in 2010 after two seasons at Wake Forest. In his first year in the Cream and Crimson he appeared in 20 matches, making 18 starts and tallying one assist. PURDIE TAKEN IN MLS SUPPLEMENTAL DRAFT The 2012 Major League Soccer Supplemental Draft was held Jan. 18 afternoon, and Indiana University midfielder/forward Alec Purdie was the 22nd overall selection, selected by the New England Revolution. Purdie joins Tommy Meyer (Los Angeles Galaxy) and Chris Estridge (Vancouver Whitecaps) as Hoosiers drafted in Purdie started all 22 matches as a senior, finishing second on the team in points (21) and third in goals scored (eight). A first-team All-Big Ten honoree, Purdie led the Big Ten in game-winning goals with five and finished in the top five among conference players in shots (fourth), shots per game (fourth), points (second), points per game (third), goals (tied-fourth) and goals per game (fifth). In 63 matches played, Purdie made 35 starts and finished his IU career with 12 goals and 10 assists.
6 2011 BIG TEN STANDINGS Conference Overall W L T W L T Northwestern* Ohio State Wisconsin Indiana Michigan State Michigan Penn State *Regular season and tournament champion 2011 HOOSIER HONORS Chicagoland Soccer News Player of the Year Eriq Zavaleta NSCAA All-American Chris Estridge NSCAA All Great Lakes Region Team Chris Estridge (first team) Eriq Zavaleta (first team) Nikita Kotlov (second team) Big Ten Freshman of the Year Eriq Zavaleta All-Big Ten First Team Eriq Zavaleta (unanimous) Chris Estridge (unanimous) Alec Purdie Tommy Meyer Nikita Kotlov Big Ten All-Freshman Team Eriq Zavaleta (unanimous) Kerel Bradford Big Ten All-Tournament Team Nikita Kotlov Eriq Zavaleta Big Ten Player of the Week Luis Soffner Defensive Aug. 29 Eriq Zavaleta Offensive Sept. 5 Alec Purdie Offensive Sept. 12 Tommy Meyer Defensive Sept. 19 Alec Purdie Offensive Sept. 26 Luis Soffner Defensive Sept. 26 Eriq Zavaleta Offensive Oct. 17 College Soccer News National Team of the Week Eriq Zavaleta Sept. 5 Alec Purdie Sept. 12 Eriq Zavaleta Oct. 17 Tommy Meyer Nov. 7 Nikita Kotlov Nov. 21 College Soccer News National Player of the Week Alec Purdie Sept. 12 Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week Alec Purdie Sept. 12 Eriq Zavaleta Oct. 17 Tommy Meyer Nov. 7 Nikita Kotlov Nov. 21 Soccer America Team of the Week Eriq Zavaleta Sept. 7 Alec Purdie Sept. 14 Eriq Zavaleta Oct. 20 adidas/iu Credit Union Classic All-Tournament Team Eriq Zavaleta Offensive MVP Tommy Meyer Defensive MVP Jacob Bushue Chris Estridge Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament All-Tournament Team Alec Purdie Offensive MVP Chris Estridge Defensive MVP Jacob Bushue Kerel Bradford STARTING LINEUPS Opponent F F/MF MF MF MF/B MF MF/B B B B/MF GK at Saint Louis vs. Cincinnati CLEMSON SAN DIEGO STATE vs. Akron vs. Oregon State SIUE at Ohio State NOTRE DAME at Penn State at Kentucky WISCONSIN at Louisville BUTLER MICHIGAN EVANSVILLE at Michigan State NORTHWESTERN
7 NSCAA WEEKLY POLL School Pre UNC 1 UCLA 2 Creighton 3 Connecticut 4 USF 5 New Mexico 6 Louisville* 7 Charlotte 8 Maryland 9 Akron* 10 UC Santa Barbara 11 Indiana 12 UC Irvine 13 Boston College 14 St. John s 15 SMU 16 Coastal Carolina 17 Saint Mary s 18 James Madison 19 Northwestern* 20 UAB 21 Brown 22 Old Dominion 23 Furman 24 Bradley 25 Although polls are also put out on a weekly basis by College Soccer News, Top Drawer Soccer and Soccer Times, the NCAA recognizes the NSCAA and Soccer America polls in the final standings. * Denotes teams the Hoosiers play in 2012.
8 SOCCER AMERICA WEEKLY POLL School Pre Although polls are also put out on a weekly basis by College Soccer News, Top Drawer Soccer and Soccer Times, the NCAA recognizes the NSCAA and Soccer America polls in the final standings. * Denotes teams the Hoosiers play in 2012.
9 2012 ROSTER No. Name Pos. Yr./Elig. Ht. Wt. Hometown/Last School 0 Nate Mitchell Goalkeeper SR Fort Wayne, Ind./South Side 1 Luis Soffner Goalkeeper SR St. Louis, Mo./SLUH 2 Eriq Zavaleta F/D SO Westfield, Ind./Westfield/Bradenton Prep 3 Lance Davis Midfielder RS FR Washington, Ind./Washington 4 Derek Creviston Defender FR Atlanta, Ga./Milton 5 Matt McKain Defender JR Columbus, Ind./Columbus North 6 Femi Hollinger-Janzen F/MF FR Goshen, Ind./Bethany Christian 7 Harrison Petts Midfielder JR Zionsville, Ind./Zionsville Community 8 Nikita Kotlov Midfielder JR Indianapolis, Ind./North Central 9 Andrew Oliver Forward FR Indianapolis, Ind./Southport 10 A.J. Corrado Midfielder JR Zionsville, Ind./SMU 11 Aris Zafeiratos Midfielder SR Athens, Greece/Bryant Stratton College 12 Joe Tolen Midfielder SR Evansville, Ind./Evansville Central 13 Tim Wylie Forward SR Ft. Wayne, Ind./Carroll 14 T.J. Popolizio Forward GS Rexford, N.Y./Brown 15 Jamie Vollmer MF/D JR Westfield, Ind./Butler 17 Jacob Bushue Midfielder JR Champaign, Ill./Champaign Centennial 18 Richard Ballard MF/F FR Louisville, Ky./duPont Manual 19 Patrick Doody MF/D SO Naperville, Ill./Neuqua Valley 20 Alex Hadley Defender JR Dayton, Ohio/Cincinnati 21 Kyle Sparks F/MF RS FR Avon, Ind./Avon 22 Caleb Konstanski Defender SR Bloomington, Ind./South 23 Kerel Bradford Midfielder SO Chandler, Ariz./Hamilton 24 Drew Schall Defender SO Evansville, Ind./Evansville 25 Zach Martin Defender FR Avon Lake, Ohio/Saint Ignatius 26 Adam Goldfaden Defender FR Manhattan Beach, Calif./Loyola 30 Dylan Lax Midfielder SO Columbus, Ind./Columbus North 32 Michael Soderlund Goalkeeper SO Boise, Idaho/Timberline 33 Sean Weidman Goalkeeper RS FR Indianapolis, Ind./North Central Head Coach: Todd Yeagley (Third Season) Assistant Coaches: Brian Maisonneuve (Third Season); Ernie Yarborough (Third Season) Alphabetical Pronunciation Guide 18 Richard Ballard MF/F 23 Kerel Bradford MF 17 Jacob Bushue MF 10 A.J. Corrado MF 4 Derek Creviston D 3 Lance Davis MF 19 Patrick Doody D/MF 26 Adam Goldfaden D 20 Alex Hadley D 6 Femi Hollinger-Janzen F 22 Caleb Konstanski MF/D 8 Nikita Kotlov MF 30 Dylan Lax MF 25 Zach Martin D 5 Matt McKain MF 0 Nate Mitchell GK 9 Andrew Oliver F 7 Harrison Petts MF 14 T.J. Popolizio F 24 Drew Schall D 32 Michael Soderlund GK 1 Luis Soffner GK 21 Kyle Sparks F/MF 12 Joe Tolen MF 15 Jamie Vollmer D 33 Sean Weidman GK 13 Tim Wylie F 11 Aris Zafeiratos MF 2 Eriq Zavaleta D Kerel Bradford Jacob Bushue Patrick Doody Adam Goldfaden Femi Hollinger-Janzen Nikita Kotlov Michael Soderlund Luis Soffner Joe Tolen Aris Zafeiratos Eriq Zavaleta KERR-el Boo-shoe DOO-Dee Gold-fad-en Fem-EE Holl-en-GER Nih-KEE-ta COT-love SOD-er-lund LOUIE TOE-len Ar-REES Za-fey-RAH-tos Eric Zah-va-let-uh
10 #18 RICHARD BALLARD Fr. - MF - Louisville, Ky. Tallied 21 goals and 24 assists as a senior at dupont Manual... earned three varsity letters... first-team all-state, all-region honoree... South Oldham Invitational all-tournament team and tournament MVP... District 12 all-tournament team... led dupont Manual to the District 12 title in parents are John and Debi Ballard... born Jan. 26, #23 KEREL BRADFORD So. - MF - Chandler, Ariz (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN) Earned his first career start in a 0-0 double overtime tie at No. 12 Notre Dame... in the starting lineup for wins over Saint Louis and Dayton to capture the adidas/iu Credit Union Classic title... started matches against Bucknell and Denver as the Hoosiers went 2-0 at the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament... had a shot in the 2-1 win over Denver... named to the all-tournament team... started both matches in shutouts at No. 14 St. John s and a 2-0 win at Rutgers... played all 90 minutes in a 1-0 win over No. 16 Penn State... had one shot in a 2-0 win over Kentucky... tallied one shot on-frame in a 2-1 win at Evansville... had one shot in a 2-2 tie at Northwestern... had one shot on on goal against the Wildcats in the Big Ten Tournament... named to the Big Ten All-Freshman team... Indiana s Big Ten Sportsmanship Award winner... started all 22 matches (FRESHMAN) Redshirted. Named first-team all-region honors and an All-Tribune selection his senior year at Hamilton High School... named first-team All-Arizona as selected by the Arizona Republic... led his team to the 5A-1 title game and the Fiesta Region title... earned honorable mention all-state honors as a junior... second-team All-Tribune selection... earned first team all-region accolades after picking up second team honors as a sophomore... has captained his club team for five seasons and is an active volunteer in his community... born June 27, has one sister (Gabrielle)... parents are Caroline Worrell and Kevin Bradford. #17 JACOB BUSHUE Jr. - MF - Champaign, Ill (SOPHOMORE) Started in midfield in a 0-0 double overtime tie at No. 12 Notre Dame, finishing with one shot... had one shot on-goal in a 3-1 win over Saint Louis... scored his first career goal in a 6-0 win over Dayton to capture the adidas/ IU Credit Union Classic title... named to the Classic All-Tournament Team... started matches vs. Bucknell and Denver as the Hoosiers went 2-0 at the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament... named to the all-tournament team... started both matches in a 0-0 tie at No. 14 St. John s and a 2-0 win at Rutgers... played all 90 minutes in a 1-0 win over No. 16 Penn State... had two shots at Wisconsin... picked up his first assist of the season in a 3-2 loss to No. 11 Louisville... one shot on frame in a 1-0 loss to No. 5 Creighton... had two shots in a 1-0 win at Butler... tallied his second goal of the season and had two shots in a 2-2 tie with Michigan State... took two shots on frame at Northwestern... took one shot against Michigan State in the Big Ten tournament... Academic All-Big Ten... started all 21 matches played (FRESHMAN) Appeared in all 20 matches, starting named to the Big Ten all-freshman team... helped control the midfield in a 5-1 win over No. 23 Tulsa in an NCAA Tournament second round match... a key for the Indiana defense in a 3-0 shutout of No. 10 Michigan State... started the 3-2 win at No. 11 Creighton, finishing with one shot... earned the starting nod in the midfield in a 2-1 loss to No. 22 Notre Dame... was in the starting lineup for a 1-0 win over Evansville... made his second start of the season in a 3-2 win at No. 20 Penn State... came in off the bench at Brown and at UMass... recorded his first career assist on Will Bruin s goal against the Minutemen... earned his first career start in a 2-0 win over No. 22 Drake... had a shot against the Bulldogs... tallied one shot vs. California... joined the Hoosiers in January 2010 after graduating a semester early from Champaign Centennial High School. Finished his high school career at Champaign Centennial with 41 goals and 27 assists... produced 24 goals and 12 assists as a senior... two-time Champaign News Gazette all-area team (2008, 2009) News Gazette Player of the Year... two-time team MVP (2008, 2009)... three-time inter-regional all-star... ESP invitee in 2008 and led the Chargers to one conference championship, one super-sectional championship, two sectional championships and three regional championships... played club soccer with the Chicago Magic, winning the Super Y National Championship in 2006, Illinois Cup in 2007 and Academy midwest conference titles in 2008 and finished fifth at the 2008 Academy Nationals and third in captain of the semifinalist Dallas Cup team in was coached by his older brother, Cole, in high school... sister, Megan was the News Gazette player of the year in 2003, making them the first brother/sister combo to win the award... parents are Katy and Doug Bushue... born May 15, major is undeclared. #10 A.J. CORRADO Jr. - MF - Zionsville, Ind (SOPHOMORE) Earned his first career start in a 0-0 double overtime tie at No. 12 Notre Dame... had two shots, both on frame... tallied two shots coming in off the bench in a 3-1 win over Saint Louis... had two assists and one shot in a 6-0 win over Dayton to win the adidas/iu Credit Union Classic title... had two shots in a 3-2 win over Bucknell... saw action in the Hoosiers 2-1 win over Denver to win the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament... played 47 minutes in a 0-0 double overtime tie at No. 14 St. John s... tallied his first career goal as a Hoosier in a 2-0 win at Rutgers... had two shots in the match... assisted on the game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory over No. 16 Penn State... had one shot in a 1-0 win at Butler... picked up his fourth assist of the season on a corner kick in a 2-2 tie with Michigan State... earned a start in a 2-1 win at Evansville... scored his third goal of the season at Northwestern... took one shot against Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament... earned the start in the Hoosiers 3-0 win over No. 21 Old Dominion in the NCAA Tournament... appeared in all 22 matches (FRESHMAN-at SMU) Appeared in 18 matches as a freshman... scored a goal in a 3-1 win over Lipscomb... also had an assist... helped the Mustangs reach the Elite Eight in the 2010 NCAA Tournament. Tallied 24 goals and 25 assists as a senior at Zionsville High School, playing alongside fellow Hoosier Harrison Petts Indiana Gatorade High School Player of the Year ESPN Rise first-team All-American... first-team all-
11 state as a senior... won a state title at Zionsville in 2009 and was runner-up in was a member of the U-17 U.S. National Team pool... Region II Olympic Development Team... member of Carmel United USSF Academy National Championship teams in 2008 and 2009, along with Petts and Nikita Kotlov... helped lead the Columbus Crew Jrs. to the 2011 USL Super-20 championship... parents are Sam and Criss Corrado... has one brother, Sam, who attends IU, and a sister, Torey... born Jan #4 DEREK CREVISTON Fr. - D - Atlanta, Ga. Plays his club ball with Concorde Fire of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy, where he led the team to two state titles... named to the 2010 Disney Soccer Showcase All-Star team where he traveled to the Chelsea Football Academy near London, competing against a variety of elite international youth soccer teams... also traveled to Costa Rica on an ODP Region III trip and took part in the adidas Elite Soccer Program as one of the country s top high school prospects... at Milton High School he helped lead the team to a regional championship and state semi-finalist berth... parents are Delman and Kelly Creviston... born Aug. 21, 1993 #3 LANCE DAVIS RS-Fr. - MF - Washington, Ind. Named the 2010 Outstanding Offensive Player for Washington... capped his high school career with 31 goals and 15 assists his senior season... for his three-year varsity career he finished with 58 goals and 34 assists, winning the team s Golden Boot award in 2009 and led the team in goals and assists as a junior and senior... as a junior and senior he helped lead the Hatchets to regional titles and a semi-state finalist berth... as a senior he was named to the NSCAA All-America team and was a first-team all-state honoree... three-time all-district selection... third-team all-state pick as a sophomore and a second-team selection as a junior... also ran track... plays on the Indiana United club team and has played alongside fellow Hoosiers Nikita Kotlov, Harrison Petts, A.J. Corrado and Sean Weidman... has one brother (Logan)... parents are Mark Davis and Kim Davis... born Oct. 11, #19 PATRICK DOODY So. - D/MF - Naperville, Ill (FRESHMAN) Came in off the bench for his first appearance at IU in a 0-0 double overtime tie at No. 12 Notre Dame... saw action against Saint Louis and Dayton as the Hoosiers won the adidas/iu Credit Union Classic title... played 42 minutes in a 3-2 win over Bucknell... also saw action in the Hoosiers 2-1 win over Denver to win the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament... saw 34 minutes of action in a 0-0 tie at No. 14 St. John s... had two shots in a 2-0 win at Rutgers... came in off the bench in a 1-0 win over No. 16 Penn State and at Wisconsin... returned to action in a 2-0 win over Kentucky... added a shot on goal in a 2-2 tie with Michigan State... tallied his first career assist on the Hoosiers second goal in a 3-0 win over No. 21 Old Dominion in the second round of the NCAA Tournament... took one shot vs. No. 1 seed UNC in the NCAA Tournament third round... appeared in 17 matches. Finished his high school career at Naperville s (Ill.) Neuqua Valley High School with 25 goals and 35 assists... an all-area selection as a junior... earned IHSA All-State honors his senior season, leading the team to a seventh-place finish in the state... named an ESPN Rise State All-Star... played in 23 matches with the Chicago Fire Academy U-18s, starting 18 and tallying six goals in attended the 2010 World Cup in South Africa... has a sister (Megan) and a brother (Brian)... parents are Denise Doody and Jim Doody... born April 22, #26 ADAM GOLDFADEN Fr. - D - Manhattan Beach, Calif. As a junior helped Loyola to an undefeated regular season, Mission League championship and a quarterfinal berth in the California Interscholastic Federation Division I playoffs... as a senior helped lead the team to its fourthstraight Mission League title and a trip to the CIF Division I semifinals... Loyola went over the last two seasons with 35 shutouts... first-team All-Mission League as a senior... All-CIF Division I team as a senior... played club soccer for South Bay Force from under head coach Todd Saldana... played in CSL Premiere League and Division I Southern California Developmental League... Surf Cup champions, Nomads champions and National Cup semifinalists in parents are Stu Goldfaden and Karen Goldfaden... born August 26, #20 ALEX HADLEY Jr. - D - Dayton, Ohio PRIOR TO INDIANA Transferred to Indiana after two seasons at Cincinnati... in 2011 he started all 18 matches at defender, tallying six shots... as a freshman he started all 19 matches, tallying a game-winning goal against Rutgers to earn BIG EAST Rookie of the Week honors... that season he helped the Bearcats to a No. 9 ranking nationally in goalsagainst average, holding opponents to 14 goals in 19 matches for a 0.68 GAA... led the team in minutes played at more than 1,800. Three-year lettterwinner at Carroll... helped lead the Patriots to a Greater Catholic League title his junior and senior seasons... selected to the GCL first team as a senior... part of a state championship team as a junior... named to the Miami Valley second team in Ohio Municipal League top scorer... named to the GCL Academic All-Star team... parents are John Hadley and Rita Anderson... father played soccer at Saint Louis... born July 1, #6 FEMI HOLLINGER-JANZEN Fr. - F - Goshen, Ind. Named 2011 Indiana Gatorade Player of the Year... first-team All-American Indiana Player of the Year... first-team all-state... named conference MVP as a junior and senior... three-time all-conference first team... thirdteam all-state in set a school record with 67 goals in his four-year career... also tallied 23 assists... scored the game-winning goal for the West squad in the 2011 High School All-America Game... led Bethany Christian to a conference title in 2011 and the 2011 sectional, regional and final four Fort Wayne Carroll Tourney Champions... team won conference titles all four years... also earned three letters in basketball... parents are Rod and Lynda Hollinger-Janzen... born Dec. 14, #22 CALEB KONSTANSKI Sr. - D - Bloomington, Ind (JUNIOR) Started at center back in a 0-0 double overtime tie at No. 12 Notre Dame... had one shot... helped lead IU to a 3-1 win over Saint Louis... part of a defense that recorded its second shutout of the season in a 6-0 win over Dayton, capturing the adidas/iu Credit Union Classic
12 title... played all 180 minutes at center back in wins over Bucknell (3-2) and Denver (2-1) as the Hoosiers won the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament... played all 110 minutes in a 0-0 tie at No. 14 St. John s... helped lead Indiana to back-to-back shutouts with a 2-0 win at Rutgers... also had a shot in the match... played all 90 minutes in a 1-0 win over Penn State... had one shot on goal in a 1-0 win at Butler... helped lead Indiana to its seventh shutout of the season in a 2-0 win over Kentucky... tallied two shots in a 2-2 tie with Michigan State... helped lead IU to its eighth shutout of the season in a 1-0 win over Ohio State... had a pair of shots against Northwestern in the Big Ten Tournament... helped Indiana to its ninth shutout of the year in a 3-0 win over No. 21 Old Dominion in the second round of the NCAA Tournament... started all 22 matches (SOPHOMORE) Appeared in 19 matches, making 18 starts... came in off the bench and played an important role in the midfield in a 5-1 win over No. 23 Tulsa in an NCAA Tournament second-round game... Indiana s Big Ten Sportsmanship award winner... had two shots, one of the cross bar and one requiring a diving save by the goalkeeper, in a 3-2 in over Northwestern which clinched the Big Ten regular season title... part of an Indiana defense that shut out No. 10 Michigan State, scored his first career goal in a 2-1 win over No. 25 Michigan, putting home the game winner... finished with two shots on the evening...tallied one shot on goal in a 1-0 win over Evansville and played a key role in the shutout... had one shot in a 3-2 win at No. 20 Penn State... tallied three shots vs. Cal Poly and had one attempt in a 2-0 win over No. 22 Drake... had a goal-saving clearance off the line in a 5-1 win over No. 5 UCLA... named to the adidas/iu Credit Union Classic all-tournament team (FRESHMAN) Started his first collegiate match in the season opener against No. 5 St. John s... helped the Hoosiers shut out the Red Storm... appeared in 11 matches, with five starts... made his first postseason appearance in a 1-0 win over No. 22 Butler in the second round of the NCAA Tournament... took two shots on the season. Recorded 28 goals and 21 assists in his final two seasons at South... tallied 18 goals and 11 assists his senior season, earning first-team allstate honors... named all-district and academic all-conference as a senior... Bloomington South soccer MVP for third-team all-state as a junior... all-conference and all-district selection... member of Indiana ODP state team and four-year starter at Bloomington South... played club soccer with the Bloomington Cutters... graduated from high school a semester early to join the Hoosier program in the spring of has one brother (Daniel) and a sister (Maggie)... born June 6, parents are Paul and Donna Konstanski. #8 NIKITA KOTLOV Jr. - MF - Indianapolis, Ind (SOPHOMORE) Came in off the bench in overtime in the season-opening 0-0 double overtime tie at No. 12 Notre Dame... had two shots in a 3-1 win over Saint Louis... came in off the bench and tallied three shots and a goal in a 6-0 win over Dayton to capture the adidas/iu Credit Union Classic title... had one shot in a 3-2 win over Bucknell... contributed three shots, one on goal, as the Hoosiers defeated Denver 2-1 to win the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament... played 39 minutes in a 0-0 tie at No. 14 St. John s... returned to the field at Wisconsin... saw action in a 3-2 loss to No. 11 Louisville and vs. No. 5 Creighton... took three shots in a 1-0 win at Butler... scored his second goal of the season in a 4-1 win at Michigan... earned his first start of the season and recorded his third goal of the year in a 2-0 win over Kentucky... scored in his third-straight match with a tally in a 2-2 tie with Michigan State... scored in his fourth-straight match and his fifth goal of the season in a 2-1 win at Evansville... it was also his first game winner of had three shots in a 2-2 tie at Northwestern... scored his sixth goal of the seson and his second game winner in a 1-0 victory over Ohio State.. tallied his seventh goal of the season in a 2-1 win over Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament... took six shots against Northwestern in the Big Ten Tournament semifinal... first-team All-Big Ten selection... named to the Big Ten All-Tournament team... recorded two goals, including the game winner, in a 3-0 win over No. 21 Old Dominion in the second round of the NCAA Tournament... named to the Top Drawer Soccer and College Soccer News Teams of the Week on Nov NSCAA All- Great Lakes Region second team... appeared in 20 matches, making 10 starts (FRESHMAN) Appeared in all 20 games in the midfield with 16 starts... named to the All-Big Ten freshman team... named to the Top Drawer Soccer All-Rookie honorable mention team... Goal. com All-Freshman honorable mention... Soccer America All-Freshman second team... recorded his sixth assist of the season in a 2-1 loss at No. 2 Akron in the third round of the NCAA Tournament... came in off the bench to provide a goal and an assist in a 5-1 win over No. 23 Tulsa in an NCAA Tournament second-round game... it was his first career game-winning goal... assisted on Will Bruin s second goal in a 3-2 win at No. 11 Creighton... one shot vs. No. 22 Notre Dame... had a goal and two assists in a 3-2 win at No. 20 Penn State... named to College Soccer News Team of the Week and Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week on Sept. 27 for his efforts... recorded his first career goal in a 2-0 win over No. 22 Drake... had 14 shots on the season, seven of which were on goal... recorded his first collegiate point with an assist on Alec Purdie s goal in a 5-1 win over No. 5 UCLA on Sept. 5. First-team all-state and second-team All- American his senior year at North Central High School in Indianapolis... also named first-team all-region, all-conference, all-county, all-district... earned county Player of the Year accolades and named to the Indianapolis Super Team... in his four-year career he tallied 45 goals and 39 assists, including 20 goals and 14 assists in this past season he was also named to the all-conference, all-county and all-district first teams, and was named the county player of the year... led North Central to the state championship game as a sophomore and Great Midwest Classic championships his junior and senior seasons... played his club ball with Carmel United where he helped lead the team to the 2009 U-18 Development Academy title, scoring the game-winning goal in the 1-0 victory... part of the U.S. Soccer U-18 national pool in named the U.S. Soccer U-17/18 National Player of the Week on May 14, 2010 after helping Indiana United Academy to a 4-0 away win against divisional opponent Internationals by scoring a goal late in the first half... the goal brought him to eight on the year, andhis performance was notedfor a good work ethic andexcellent decision making... has one sister (Victoria) and a brother (James)... born Sept. 20, parents are Jim and Irina Green.
13 #30 DYLAN LAX So. - MF - Columbus, Ind (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN) Saw his first action as a Hoosier in a 6-0 win over Dayton to give IU the adidas/iu Credit Union Classic title... Academic All-Big Ten honoree (FRESHMAN) Redshirted. A local product out of Columbus where he was a three-time All-Area pick out of Columbus North High School... two-time All-Conference pick for Conference Indiana, finishing his career with 19 goals and 29 assists despite missing the early part of his senior season due to injury... earned second-team all-state honors as a senior, as well as all-district accolades... led the Bulldogs to back-to-back conference titles in 2008 and 2009, becoming the first North men s soccer team to win a conference title... also led the team to the state final in 2009, the second time in school history the team has appeared in the championship match... played club soccer with the Bloomington Cutters for three years before moving to Hoosier F.C. as a senior... won the Hoosier Cup as a senior... has two brothers (Isaac, Ethan) and a sister (Sierra)... born Dec. 31, parents are Tim and Susan Lax... father is an IU grad. #25 ZACH MARTIN Fr. - D - Avon Lake, Ohio Three-year starter at defender for Saint Ignatius, earning first-team All-Greater Cleveland honors in over the last three seasons he helped the Wildcats to a record of 67-2, with Division I state titles in 2010 and member of the ESPN Rise starting 11 for the state of Ohio... Martin served as team captain this past season and is a four-time Scholastic first-team honoree... plays with the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Cleveland Internationals, where he is a four-year starter and serves as team captain... earned Academic All-Ohio and all state honors as a senior... member of the Brad Freidel Soccer Academy his freshman year... parents are Trish and Fred Martin... born Jan. 8, #5 MATT McKAIN Jr. - D - Columbus, Ind (SOPHOMORE) Earned the starting nod at right back in victories over Saint Louis (3-1) and Dayton (6-0) as the Hoosiers won the adidas/iu Credit Union Classic title... played all 90 minutes at right back in wins over Bucknell (3-2) and Denver (2-1) as the Hoosiers won the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament... played all 110 minutes on the back line in a 0-0 tie at No. 14 St. John s... helped lead IU to back-to-back shutouts with a 2-0 win at Rutgers... played all 90 minutes in a 1-0 win over No. 16 Penn State... has started all 11 matches played... assisted on Nikita Kotlov s goal in a 4-1 win at Michigan... helped lead Indiana to its seventh shutout of the season in a 2-0 win over Kentucky... had one shot in a 2-2 tie with Michigan State and at Northwestern... tallied his second assist of the year on Nikita Kotlov s game winner in a 1-0 victory over Ohio State... started all 21 matches played (FRESHMAN) Appeared in seven matches, making two starts... made an appearance in the regular-season finale at Ohio State... saw action in a 3-2 victory at No. 11 Creighton... came in off the bench vs. No. 22 Notre Dame... saw action in a 1-1 tie with Wisconsin... came in off the bench in IU s 1-0 win over Evansville... recorded his second start of the season in a 2-1 win at UMass... made his first appearance in the 2-0 win over No. 22 Drake, earning the start at right back... played all 90 minutes. Local product of Columbus North where he tallied 18 goals and 11 assists as a senior as the Bulldogs advanced to the state title game... teammate of fellow IU freshman Dylan Lax... ss a senior he earned ISCA first team all-state, all-district and all-conference honors, as well as the Columbus North team MVP trophy... ESPN Rise magazine selected McKain as an honorable mention All-American... led the team to the semi-state finals as a junior and regional, sectional and conference titles as a junior and senior Hoosier Cup champions... fouryear letterwinner, serving as team captain as a senior... also played basketball at Columbus North... played club ball with Javanon, the 2009 Kentucky State Cup champions, Region II champions and national semi-finalists... the team also advanced to the Disney and adidas Blue Chip Showcase finals...the Javanon 92s were ranked nationally in the top six in served as a ball boy at IU soccer games while growing up... has one sister, Kristin, who currently attends Indiana... born Oct. 23, parents are Tim and Von McKain. #0 NATE MITCHELL Sr. - GK - Ft. Wayne, Ind (SOPHOMORE) Did not see any game action (SOPHOMORE) Appeared in three games with two starts... earned his first Big Ten win with a 3-2 victory over Northwestern that clinched the Big Ten regular season title... made his first career start at No. 11 Creighton on Oct. 9, picking up a 3-2 victory... had two saves in his first-ever collegiate appearance... played the final 45 minutes vs. Butler, recording a pair of saves (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN) Did not see any game action... Academic All- Big Ten (FRESHMAN) Redshirted. Three-time All-SAC honorable mention pick... trained with Mexican first-division team Puebla F.C. in played for Argentinian club Newells Old Boys in majoring in business... born Dec. 7, parents are Walt and Mary Lee... has one sister (Amanda) and a brother (Thomas). #9 ANDREW OLIVER Fr. - F - Indianpolis, Ind. NSCAA All-American and was a member of the U-17 National Team... Golden Boot winner at the 2011 CONCACAF U-17 tournament in Jamaica, leading the squad with four goals en route to the tournament title... based on his play with the U-17s, Oliver was invited to train with Liverpool FC during the summer of grew up playing his club ball with Westside FC... traveled to Portugal in May 2012 as a member of the U-18 National Team for the Lisbon International Tournament... parents are Jeanie and Rob Oliver... born Jan. 2, #7 HARRISON PETTS Jr. - MF - Zionsville, Ind (SOPHOMORE) Had a team-best three shots, one on goal, in a 0-0 double overtime tie at No. 12 Notre Dame... had three shots, two on goal, in a 3-1 win over Saint Louis... contributed to assists and had two shots in a 6-0 win over Dayton which gave the Hoosiers the adidas/iu Credit Union Classic title... had two shots, one on goal, in a
14 3-2 win over Bucknell... played 64 minutes in a 2-1 win over Denver that captured the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament title... took one shot in 77 minutes of action in a 0-0 tie at No. 14 St. John s... helped Indiana to a 2-0 win at Rutgers... had one shot in a 1-0 win over No. 16 Penn State... contributed an assist in a 3-2 loss to No. 11 Louisville... one shot in a 1-0 loss to No. 5 Creighton... assisted on goals from Alec Purdie and Eriq Zavaleta in a 4-1 in at Michigan... had one shot on goal in a 2-0 win over Kentucky... recorded his sixth assist of the year on Chris Estridge s goal in a 2-1 win at Evansville... named to the Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-District team... had one shot on frame in a 1-0 win over Ohio State... Academic All-Big Ten... appeared in all 22 matches (FRESHMAN) Started all 19 matches played... unanimous selection to the Big Ten All-Freshman team... named to the Top Drawer Soccer All-Rookie second team... Soccer America All-Freshman second team... College Soccer News All- Freshman second team... scored his third goal of the season in a 5-1 win over No. 23 Tulsa in an NCAA Tournament second-round match... played all 110 minutes in a 1-1 tie at Kentucky... provided the final ball on Caleb Konstanski s game-winning goal in a 2-1 victory over No. 25 Michigan... had the assist on Will Bruin s first goal in a 3-2 win at No. 11 Creighton, playing all 90 minutes... two shots, both of which were on goal, vs. No. 22 Notre Dame... scored his second goal of the season in a 1-1 tie with Wisconsin... assisted on Will Bruin s gamewinning goal in a 1-0 victory over Evansville... recorded his first career goal in a 3-2 win at No. 20 Penn State... also had an assist in the match shots on the season, with 17 on goal... picked up his first career point with an assist on Will Bruin s goal in a 2-1 double overtime loss to California. Indiana Gatorade Player of the Year, Indiana High School Player of the Year, and a two-time Indiana Soccer Coaches Association first team all-state selection out of Zionsville High School... two-time National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American... concluded his high school career with 90 goals and 62 assists, leading the Eagles to a state championship in 2009 and a runner-up finish in holds school records for career goals, career assists, season goals (41) and season assists (26)... two-time Indianapolis Star Player of the Year... spent time with the U-18 U.S. Men s National team in and played club soccer with Carmel United where he led the team to the 2009 U.S. Soccer Academy National Championship in 2008 and 2009, teamming up with fellow freshman Nikita Kotlov... named to USSF Academy staring XI... has three sisters (Olivia, Emma, Sophia)... Olivia is a sophomore at IU... parents are Dan and Jody Petts. #14 T.J. POPOLIZIO GS - F - Rexford, N.Y. PRIOR TO INDIANA Played three seasons at Brown... led the Bears in scoring in 2011 with eight goals and three assists (19 points)... a starter in 15 of 20 matches played... helped lead Brown to a record and the third round of the NCAA Tournament...had an assist in a 3-2 win over Fairfield in the first round of the NCAA Tournament... assisted on the game-winning goal against Harvard and had two goals in a 3-2 overtime win against Princeton, including the game winner... had a score against Kentucky and both goals in a 2-0 victory at South Carolina... also added gamewinning goals in a 2-0 win over Temple and a 2-1 win over George Mason... in three years at Brown, Popolizio appeared in 52 matches, making 18 starts... finished with 13 goals and four assists... the Bears advanced to the NCAA Tournament each of his three seasons, making third-round appearances the last two years... was also a varsity wrestler at Brown, competing with the squad all four seasons. Played club soccer for Clifton Park Premier and played five seasons of ENY ODP... earned four letters at Shenendehowa Central HS, helping lead the team to a New York state championship... was the leading scorer in the suburban council as a junior and senior... as a senior named league MVP, all-state honoree and all-region selection... a three-time state place finisher in New York in wrestling and was a state finalist in #24 DREW SCHALL So. - D - Evansville, Ind. PRIOR TO INDIANA Appeared in 14 matches with 13 starts in the midfield at Evansville...tallied five shots and two assists on the season... one shot on-goal... logged an assist in Evansville s 2-1 OT win over Memphis in the title match of the Bradley University Grand Prairie Classic... added an assist in UE s 4-1 win at Belmont... helped the Purple Aces defense post three shutouts on the season. Part of the FC Evansville team that won the Indiana State Cup Championship and the U-17 and U-18 levels... also played for the Saint Louis Scott Gallagher Metro team in the United States Soccer Development Academy... named all-state at Harrison HS as a senior... helped lead the team to a conference title. #32 MICHAEL SODERLUND So. - GK - Boise, Idaho 2011 (FRESHMAN) Saw his first action as a Hoosier in a 6-0 win over Dayton, playing the final 18 minutes in goal... earned his first career start at Evansville, tallying five saves in 90 minutes for his first career victory... finished the year with 108:03 minutes played and one goal allowed for a 0.83 GAA with a 1-0 record. Graduated from high school a year early to join the IU program... a three-year starter at Timberline with a 0.77 goals-against average in Idaho Gatorade Boys Player of the Year... served as team captain his sophomore and junior seasons... named to the All-5A SIC as a freshman, sophomore and junior, while also earning academic honors all three seasons... named an ESPN Rise state All-Star in 2010 and has been a member of the Idaho state ODP team since playing with the Idaho Rush, Soderlund was a President s Cup National Finalist in 2010 and President s Cup Region IV champion that same year... hails from an athletic family as his father Matthew was a two-time Academic All-American linebacker at Stanford, and his sister Amanda is a sophomore on the Georgetown University women s soccer team... parents are Matthew and Michelle Soderlund... born August 17, #1 LUIS SOFFNER Sr. - GK - St. Louis, Mo (JUNIOR) Picked up his first shutout of the season at No. 12 Notre Dame with a 0-0 double overtime tie... had five saves in the match...named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week... picked up one save in a 3-1 win over Saint Louis... played 71 shutout minutes in a 6-0 win over Dayton for his second victory of the season... picked up a pair of wins over Bucknell (3-2) and Denver (2-1) as the Hoosiers won the Mike Berticelli
15 Memorial Tournament... recorded back-to-back shutouts with clean sheets at No. 14 St. John s and a 2-0 win at Rutgers... tallied seven saves against the Red Storm... had two saves in the win over RU... picked up his fourth solo shutout in a 1-0 win over No. 16 Penn State... increased his scoreless minutes streak to 339:29... picked up his second Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week award... had a scoreless streak of 392:55 minutes... recorded four saves in a 3-2 loss to No. 11 Louisville... had five saves in 90 minutes vs. No.5 Creighton... picked up his fifth solo shutout in a 1-0 win at Butler... tallied six saves in a 4-1 win at Michigan... recorded his sixth solo shutout of the season in a 2-0 win over Kentucky... tallied his seventh shutout with two saves in a 1-0 win over Ohio State... his eighth shutout of the season came in a 3-0 win over No. 21 Old Dominion in the second round of the NCAA Tournament... put up 96 scoreless minutes against No. 1 seed UNC in the third round of the NCAA Tournament GAA in 1982:50 minutes with eight solo shutouts... Academic All-Big Ten (SOPHOMORE) Started 18 matches in goal... faced 72 shots on goal... earned his eighth win of the season with five saves in a 5-1 win over No. 23 Tulsa in an NCAA Tournament second-round match... picked up his third shutout of the year with a 3-0 win at No. 10 Michigan State... named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts... was the goalkeeper of record with one save in a 2-1 victory over No. 25 Michigan... picked up his second shutout of the season with two saves in a 1-0 win over Evansville... recorded a season-high six saves in a 3-2 win at No. 20 Penn State... picked up his first shutout of the season in a 2-0 win over No. 22 Drake at the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament... named to the all-tournament team and goalkeeping MVP GAA in 1631:53 minutes saves on the season... NSCAA Scholar All-Region first team (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN) Recorded his first career shutout in the season opener, a 0-0 double overtime tie with No. 5 St. John s... recorded his first career win on Sept. 11 against New Mexico (3-2)... had a season-high seven saves against the Lobos... posted his second shutout of the season in a 2-0 win over Seattle on Sept named to Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament All-Tournament team and goalkeeper MVP... posted a shutout in his first career Big Ten match, a 1-0 win at Wisconsin... came up with his fourth shutout of the year in a 3-0 win over No. 13 Kentucky... his fifth shutout of the year came in a 1-0 win at Michigan... named Inside Indiana IU Athlete of the Week for his efforts against the Wolverines... picked up his sixth shutout of the season in a 3-0 win at Notre Dame... earned the win against No. 25 Penn State, playing the final 45 minutes and picking up one save... recorded his seventh shutout of the season with a 2-0 win over Wisconsin in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament... made two saves and earned his eighth shutout of the year in a 2-0 win over Louisville in the first round of the NCAA Tournament... recorded his ninth shutout of the year in a 1-0 win over Butler in the second round of the NCAA Tournament... played 1861:14 minutes in goal with a 1.02 GAA average... Academic All-Big Ten (FRESHMAN) Redshirted. Soffner spent his final two seasons at SLUH after playing his freshman and sophomore years at St. Ignatius in Cleveland, Ohio... helped lead the Wildcats to the 2005 Ohio state championship, as well as the NSCAA high school national title his sophomore season... as a senior at SLUH, Soffner posted 18 shutouts in 23 matches with a 0.32 goals-against average as the Junior Billikens were the 2007 Missouri state runner up... for his efforts he was named to the St. Louis All-Metro first team and all-state team... high school teammate of fellow Hoosiers Tommy Meyer and Chris Haffner... from , Soffner played his club ball with the Internationals in Cleveland, leading the team to Ohio state titles from as a member of the North American All-Stars he competed at the Youth World Cup in 2000 and after moving to Missouri he joined the Scott- Gallagher Soccer Club with the team capturing Missouri state championships in 2006 and his grandfather, Jim Scott, was one of the founders of the Scott-Gallagher Soccer Club...also a standout in the classroom, earning first honors all four years of high school... secondary education (math) major... born Jan. 15, son of Julie and Rodney Soffner. #21 KYLE SPARKS RS-Fr. - F/MF - Avon, Ind. A two-time (2009, 2010) first-team all-state honoree out of Avon (Ind.) High School... as a junior he was named the All-West Player of the Year and was a member of the Indianapolis Star Super Team after tallying 14 goals and 12 assists... repeated as the All-West Player of the Year in 2010 after putting up 11 goals and 11 assists and leading Avon to its second-straight regional championship... three-time member of the Indianapolis Star All-Metro West team ( )... ranks fourth all-time at Avon in goals scored and points, second in assists... first-team All-HCC Conference in 2009 and first-team all-district as a junior and senior... played club soccer with Westside United FC, serving as team captain from won four-straight Indiana State Championships ( )... Midwest Regional semifinalist in 2009 and has one sister (Breana)... parents are Bryan Sparks and Paula Sparks... born Dec. 29, #12 JOE TOLEN Sr. - MF - Evansville, Ind (JUNIOR) Came in off the bench in a 0-0 double overtime tie at No. 12 Notre Dame... had two shots in a 3-1 win over Saint Louis... added a shot on goal in a 6-0 win over Dayton to give IU the adidas/ IU Credit Union Classic title... saw action in a 1-0 loss to No. 5 Creighton... took the field in a 2-0 win over Kentucky... came in off the bench in a 2-1 win at Evansville... took one shot in the Hoosiers 3-0 win over No. 21 Old Dominion in the second round of the NCAA Tournament... appeared in seven matches... Academic All-Big Ten (SOPHOMORE) Appeared in 13 matches... recorded two assists, both on Will Bruin goals, in a 5-1 win over No. 23 Tulsa in an NCAA Tournament secondround match... has five assists on the season, tied for second on the team... made his first career start vs. Northwestern... also got the start in the regular-season finale at Ohio State... was in the starting lineup against Penn State at the Big Ten Tournament, assisting on Will Bruin s goal... scored the game-winning goal against the Wildcats, giving Indiana its 14th Big Ten regular season title... tallied a point for the second time in as many games with an assist on Will Bruin s goal vs. Butler... recorded his first career goal and added an assist in a 3-0 win at No. 10 Michigan State... came in off the bench in a 1-1 tie at Kentucky... had one shot coming in off the bench in a 2-1 victory over No. 25 Michigan... had two shots vs. California on Sept. 3, one of which was on frame.
16 2009 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN) Appeared in five matches... assisted on Will Bruin s first goal in a 2-1 win over FIU at the University of Akron Tournament... one shot on the season... Academic All-Big Ten (FRESHMAN) Redshirted. A four-time all-conference selection out of Evansville Central... tallied 79 goals and 53 assists from the midfield in his four-year career... first-team all-state and all-region selection... named to Indiana s Super 16 in 2007 and led his team to the regional final for the best finish in school history... Central s all-time single-season leader in scoring, assists and varsity starts... also a standout on the football field, earning allstate accolades in a two-time academic all-state honoree and a member of the National Honor Society and class valedictorian... business major... born May 3, son of Jim and Joyce Tolen... both parents are IU alums... sister Trish plays soccer at the University of Evansville. #15 JAMIE VOLLMER Jr. - MF/D - Westfield, Ind (SOPHOMORE) Made his first appearance in the Cream and Crimson as a starter in the season opener at No. 12 Notre Dame, a 0-0 double overtime tie... had one shot on goal... started in the midfield for a 3-1 win over Saint Louis... assisted on the game-winning goal in a 6-0 win over Dayton which gave IU the adidas/iu Credit Union Classic title... stared in the midfield in wins over Bucknell (3-2) and Denver (2-1) as the Hoosiers won the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament... played 71 minutes with one shot in a 0-0 tie at No.14 St. John s... started the match and helped lead IU to a 2-0 win at Rutgers... had one shot in a 1-0 win over No. 16 Penn State... earned the starting nod at Wisconsin and vs. No. 11 Louisville... had one shot in a 1-0 loss to No. 5 Creighton... had two shots on goal in a 1-0 win at Butler... took two shots in a 2-2 tie with Michigan State... assisted on Alec Purdie s game-winning goal in a 2-1 victory over Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament... started 13 of 22 matches played (FRESHMAN-at BUTLER) Appeared in 19 matches, making four starts... helped the Bulldogs complie a record and earn a trip to the NCAA Tournament... tallied two assists while taking six shots... two shots were on-goal. A two-time All-State selection... named to the Noblesville Ledger All-Hamilton County teams in 2007, 2008 and 2009, earning the publications Player of the Year award in twotime All-Conference and All-District selection in 2008 and Academic All-State honoree as a junior and senior... played his club soccer with Carmel United, winning the USSF Academy U16 National Championship in 2008 and the U18 crown in also a member of the ODP Indiana state teams in 2006 and #33 SEAN WEIDMAN RS-Fr. - GK - Indianapolis, Ind. Started 54 varsity matches with 31 shutouts... an all-conference, all-county honorable mention and all-academic selection, posting a 0.53 GAA as a senior... in 2010 he led North Central to an undefeated regular season and conference championship, holding the No. 1 ranking in the state in September served as team captain... three-time Great Midwest Classic All-Tournament goalkeeper ( )... played in high school alongside freshman Nikita Kotlov and club ball at Indiana United with Kotlov, Harrison Petts and A.J. Corrado... has one brother (Jordan)... parents are Bart and Cathy Weidman... born April 23, #13 TIM WYLIE Sr. - F - Ft. Wayne, Ind (JUNIOR) Came in off the bench in a 0-0 double overtime tie at No. 12 Notre Dame... saw action in wins over Saint Louis (3-1) and Dayton (6-0) as the Hoosiers captured the adidas/iu Credit Union Classic title... came in off the bench in a 2-1 win over Denver that captured the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament title... saw action in a 2-0 win at Rutgers... came in off the bench vs. No. 11 Louisville and vs. No. 5 Creighton... saw action in a 4-1 win at Michigan... earned playing time in a 2-0 win over Kentucky... saw the field in a 2-1 win at Evansville... took one shot vs. Northwestern in the Big Ten Tournament... tallied his first career goal to give Indiana a 3-0 win over No. 21 Old Dominion in the second round of the NCAA Tournament... appeared in 14 matches... Academic All-Big Ten (SOPHOMORE) Appeared in 12 matches... came off the bench in a 5-1 win over No. 23 Tulsa in an NCAA Tournament second-round match... earned time on the field in a 3-0 win at No. 10 Michigan State... saw action in the 3-2 win at No. 11 Creighton... one shot vs. No. 22 Notre Dame... had one shot vs. Wisconsin... came in off the bench in IU s 1-0 win over Evansville... picked up his first career assist on Will Bruin s goal in a 2-1 win at UMass... had one shot in 2-0 win over No. 22 Drake... saw action in IU s 5-1 win over No. 5 UCLA on Sept (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN) Appeared in seven matches, earning his first career start at Northwestern... also earned the start against Louisville in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, a 2-0 victory for the Hoosiers... one shot on the season... Academic All-Big Ten (FRESHMAN) Redshirted. Four-year starter at Fort Wayne Carroll High School where he was a first-team all-state and unanimous all-conference selection in named team captain and MVP... also earned all-conference mention as a sophomore and junior... two-time first-team all-isca district selection... helped lead the Chargers to a record, two sectional and one conference title in four seasons... tallied 34 goals (eighth in school history) and 95 points (seventh in school history) during the course of his career... led the team in goals (12), total points (32) and second in assists (8) as a senior... his 75 games played ranks 10th in school history... played club soccer with the Indy Burn Eagles, helping his team win one of six running state titles... also spent time with the Fort Wayne Fever of the Premier Development League (PDL) and was a member of the Super Y League Regional ODP Team in and pre-business major... born Sept. 1, son of Tom Wylie and Brenda Wylie-Biggs. #11 ARIS ZAFEIRATOS Sr. - MF - Athens, Greece 2011 (JUNIOR) Saw his first action as a Hoosier in a 6-0 win over Dayton that gave IU the adidas/iu Credit Union Classic title (SOPHOMORE-at BRYANT & STRAT- TON COLLEGE)
17 Tallied 12 goals and 10 assists... NSCAA second-team All-American... NJCAA honorable mention All-American... NJCAA first-team All- Region... NJCAA first-team All-Conference (FRESHMAN-at BRYANT & STRATTON COLLEGE) Recorded seven goals and nine assists... NSCAA second-team All-District... NJCAA second-team All-District... NJCAA first-team All-Region... NJCAA first-team All-Conference. Member of the U-17 Greece National Team... finished his high school career with 53 goals and 22 assists... served as team captain... named Most Valuable Player and high school Region Player of the Year... played with the Panathinaikos Youth Team from parents are Elias Zafeiratos and Katerina Politaki... born Nov. 19, #2 ERIQ ZAVALETA So. - F - Westfield, Ind (FRESHMAN) Made his first career start in the season opener, a 0-0 double overtime tie at No. 12 Notre Dame... tallied his first career goal and assisted on the game-winning goal in a 3-1 win over Saint Louis... scored his second goal of the season and tallid his second assist of the year in a 6-0 win over Dayton which gave IU the adidas/ IU Credit Union Classic title... named to the Classic All-Tournament team and was named tournament MVP... earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week award for his efforts... also named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week and the Soccer America Team of the Week... tallied the first gamewinning goal of his career in a 3-2 victory over Denver, scoring in the 77th minute... had one shot on goal in a 2-1 win over Denver that gave IU the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament title... played 54 minutes in a 0-0 tie at No. 14 St. John s... tallied a pair of shots in a 2-0 win at Rutgers... had two shots in a 1-0 win over No. 16 Penn State... had two shots at Wisconsin... recorded his fourth goal of the season in a 3-2 loss to No. 11 Louisville... had a pair of shots in a 1-0 loss to No. 5 Creighton... scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0 win at Butler... had three shots in the match... tallied his sixth and seventh goals of the season in a 4-1 win at Michigan... first career multiple goal game... had a team best six shots in the match... named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week, Soccer American Team of the Week, Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week and College Soccer News Team of the Week... added his eighth goal of the season and his third game winner with a penalty kick in a 2-0 win over Kentucky... had six shots and added an assist in a 2-2 tie with Michigan State... had two shots in a 2-1 win at Evansville... tallied his team-leading ninth goal of the year in a 2-2 tie at Northwestern... had a team-high four shots, two on goal, in a 1-0 win over Ohio State... tallied two assists in a 2-1 win over Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament... scored his 10th goal of the season vs. Northwestern in the Big Ten Tournament... Big Ten Freshman of the Year... unanimous selection to the All-Big Ten first team and Big Ten All-Freshman team... had one shot on-goal in a 3-0 win over No. 21 Old Dominion in the second round of the NCAA Tournament... finished the year as the Big Ten leader in goals scored (10), points (25) and points per game (1.14)... named to College Soccer News All-Freshman first team... NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region first team selection... Soccer America All-Freshman first team... Chicagoland Soccer News Player of the Year... started all 22 games. Played his freshman and senior seasons at Westfield High School, scoring 25 goals and nine assists as a freshman and 20 goals and 10 assists as a senior Indiana Gatorade Boys Player of the Year... as a freshman he was an honorable mention All-State, first-team All-District and All-Conference selection... as a senior he was named a National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-American and ESPN Rise first-team All-American while receiving first-team All-District, All-Conference and All-State honors... also named the Indianapolis Star Super Team Player of the Year... spent his sophomore and junior years as a member of the U.S. Soccer U-17 National Team Residency Program in Bradenton, Fla.... as both a sophomore and junior he was named a Parade All-American, as well as an NSCAA All-American his junior year... helped the U.S. advance to the round of 16 at the 2009 U-17 World Cup and won the Copa Macae in Brazil with the U-17s... currently a member of the U.S. U-20 Men s National Team pool... has spent time with both the Real Salt Lake, Chivas USA and Columbus Crew academy teams...helped lead the Columbus Crew Jrs. to the 2011 USL Super-20 championship... has one sister (Alexa) and one brother (Casey)... parents are Carlos and Kristi Zavaleta... born Aug. 2, 1992.
18 TODD YEAGLEY HEAD COACH PERSONAL DATE OF BIRTH: September 20, 1972 BIRTHPLACE: Bloomington, Ind. WIFE: Suzy CHILDREN: Ben (10), Grant (8), Jay (5) HIGH SCHOOL: Bloomington South, 1991 COLLEGE: Indiana University B.S., Sociology COACHING EXPERIENCE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN 2009: Head Coach INDIANA UNIVERSITY 2003: Volunteer Assistant Coach : Assistant Coach 2010-present: Head Coach Todd Yeagley was named Indiana head men s soccer coach on December 18, 2009 and is entering his third year as the Hoosiers leader. Yeagley s first year was a memorable one as he led Indiana to its first Big Ten regular season title since 2007, as well as its thirdconsecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament round of 16. In Yeagley s first season the Hoosiers saw marked improvement in their offensive production, with forward Will Bruin ranking among the nation s leaders in goals scored with 18. Bruin was named the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year and was runnerup for the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy, as well as a first-team All-American. Yeagley also took home his first Big Ten Coach of the Year award. Following his inaugural season at the helm, three Hoosier players signed contracts with Major League Soccer. Bruin was the 11th overall pick of the Houston Dynamo, while defender Rich Balchan was taken 12th overall by the Columbus Crew. Midfielder Andy Adlard also signed a contract with the Crew. In 2011 the Hoosiers made their fourthstraight trip to the round of 16 in the NCAA Tournament, falling to eventual national champion UNC by a 1-0 score in overtime. IU posted a overall record, outscoring opponents Under Yeagley direction Indiana produced the Big Ten Freshman of the Year (Eriq Zavaleta) and five first-team All- Big Ten honorees (Zavaleta, Tommy Meyer, Chris Estridge, Nikita Kotlov, Alec Purdie). Meyer (LA Galaxy) and Estridge (Vancouver Whitecaps) were selected in the 2012 MLS SuperDraft, while Purdie was taken by the New England Revolution in the MLS Supplemental draft. Yeagley returned to his Hoosier roots after one season as head coach at Wisconsin. At Wisconsin, Yeagley took the helm of a program that had won just one game in conference play the previous year. In Yeagley s year in Madison, the Badgers showed demonstrable improvement as the season rolled along. Wisconsin knocked off three conference opponents with wins over eventual NCAA Tournament teams in Northwestern, Ohio State and Michigan State. It also played NCAA participant UC Santa Barbara to a 1-1 tie at a neutral site. The Badgers tied Indiana for fourth place in the conference at 3-3 after finishing in last place (1-4-1) the year prior to Yeagley s arrival. Considered one of collegiate soccer s rising stars in the coaching ranks, College Soccer News rated Yeagley as one of the top-12 assistant coaches in the country in Yeagley s coaching career began at Indiana in 2003 as a volunteer assistant before taking over a full-time assistant position in As a player, Yeagley was a four-time All- American at Indiana ( ) and in 1994 was named the Missouri Athletic Club National Player of the Year. During his stint as a student-athlete in Bloomington, Yeagley was a two-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree. He led the Hoosiers to three Big Ten titles (1991, 1992, 1994) and a overall record. He remains third on IU s career assists list with 40, and shares the Big Ten single-season assists record with the 14 he recorded in After his playing days at Indiana, Yeagley also enjoyed a successful seven-year professional career in Major League Soccer with the Columbus Crew. Columbus advanced to the MLS Playoffs in five of Yeagley s seven seasons with the team and won the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup in In 2002, Yeagley served as the Assistant General Manager for Columbus before returning to the Hoosiers. Yeagley earned a Bachelor of Science degree in sociology from Indiana in He and his wife, Suzy, have three children: Ben (11), Grant (9) and Jay (6).
19 BRIAN MAISONNEUVE ASSISTANT COACH PERSONAL DATE OF BIRTH: June 28, 1973 BIRTHPLACE: Detroit, Mich. WIFE: Diania CHILDREN: Jacob (8), Emma (3) HIGH SCHOOL: DeLaSalle Collegiate, 1991 COLLEGE: Indiana University B.S., General Studies COACHING EXPERIENCE U.S. U-17 YOUTH NATIONAL TEAM : Assistant Coach UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE : Assistant Coach INDIANA UNIVERSITY 2010-present: Assistant Coach Brian Maisonneuve joined the Indiana coaching staff in January 2010 and is in his third season with the Hoosiers. Maisonneuve returned to Bloomington after a two-year stint as assistant coach at Louisville. During his two seasons the Cardinals were overall and in Big East play with two NCAA Tournament appearances. Prior to Louisville, Maisonneuve spent four years as an assistant coach with the U.S. U-17 National Team in Florida. He also served as an assistant coach for the U.S. U-20 National Team in 2007 during the CON- CACAF qualification process and coached the U-20s in the 2007 FIFA World Cup in Canada. Before joining the coaching ranks, Maisonneuve spent nine seasons with the Columbus Crew of Major League Soccer and was a member of the United States 1998 World Cup team, appearing in all three matches. He was also a member of the 1996 U.S. Olympic team, leading the squad with a pair of goals in the tournament. This is home for me, Maisonneuve said. Being here for my college career meant a lot and the relationships I have built with Coach (Jerry) Yeagley, with Todd and Ernie and the support staff, it really became home for me. To have the opportunity to come home and coach meant a tremendous amount to me. This is arguably the best program in the country, and being part of the IU family again with the facilities, the players, to help continue to build the program is something special and it meant a lot to me and my family to return to Bloomington. Maisonneuve donned a Hoosier uniform from , playing alongside Yeagley. He earned All-America honors as a junior and senior and was named the Hermann Trophy winner in A two-time Big Ten Player of the Year, Maisonneuve finished his career with 44 goals and 22 assists, and led Indiana to a pair of NCAA College Cup appearances and back-to-back Big Ten regular season titles. During his four years at Indiana the Hoosiers were Brian is one of the finest players to have every played at IU and we are fortunate to bring his distinguished playing and coaching experience back to Indiana University, Yeagley said. Brian s international playing and coaching experience along with his exceptional character will help our student athletes tremendously as we strive to build champions on and off the field.
20 ERNIE YARBOROUGH ASSISTANT COACH PERSONAL DATE OF BIRTH: February 6, 1973 BIRTHPLACE: Philadelphia, Pa. WIFE: Jill CHILDREN: Samantha (5), Woody (3) HIGH SCHOOL: Dr. Phillips, Orlando, Fla., 1991 COLLEGE: Indiana University B.S., Criminal Justice, History COACHING EXPERIENCE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN : Assistant Coach UAB : Assistant Coach UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN 2009: Assistant Coach Ernie Yarborough joined the Indiana coaching staff in January 2010 and is in his third season as a member of Todd Yeagley s staff at IU. Yarborough came to Indiana after spending one season as an assistant coach to Yeagley at Wisconsin. Prior to that he spent two seasons as an assistant coach at UAB, working with IU alum Mike Getman. Yarborough is no stranger to the Big Ten as he spent seven seasons as the top assistant at Michigan, a run that included a trip to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament in It is a wonderful opportunity as an alum of the program to be able to continue the tradition that has been set forth before us, and have the opportunity to mold future Hoosiers, Yarborough said. I am also happy to be able to bring my family back to a place that means so much to me, having played here and coached here. Being able to raise my children in Bloomington is a great opportunity. A 1995 graduate of Indiana, Yarborough also played alongside Yeagley for four seasons and was part of three Big Ten Tournament teams and made two College Cup appearances. Following his collegiate career, Yarborough spent one season playing professionally with the Indiana Blast and served as a volunteer assistant coach at IU from During that time he helped guide Indiana to three College Cup appearances, including back-to-back national titles in 1998 and A graduate of Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, Yarborough was inducted into his alma mater s Hall of Fame in Ernie brings so many wonderful qualities to our program, Yeagley said. His passion, hard work and knowledge of the game along with his engaging personality make Ernie a perfect fit within our coaching staff. Ernie s experience and love for IU Soccer will be a key asset as we build upon our proud tradition of excellence. INDIANA UNIVERSITY : Volunteer Assistant Coach 2010-present: Assistant Coach
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