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Hoosiers' seniors eye title
August 26th, 2008 8AM
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3. Indiana (13-4-5).
Last year:The Hoosiers won the Big Ten regular-season title and were awarded the No. 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament.

This year:
Indiana got a break when former U.S. U-17 and U-20 defender Ofori Sarkodie tested the waters abroad but did not sign a pro contract.

Supporting Sarkodie on the backline will be two former U-17 teammates, Kevin Alston on the left side and Danny Kelly on the right.

Also back are goalie Chay Cainand midfieldersBrad Ring and Eric Alexander.

Up front, the Hoosiers should get a boost from Will Bruin, one of the most highly touted forwards to come out of St. Louis in the last decade.

First Three Weeks
8/29 Duke (adidas/IU Credit Union Classic)
8/31 Akron (adidas/IU Credit Union Classic)
9/5 USF (Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament)
9/7 Dartmouth (Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament)
9/12 at UCLA
9/14 San Diego
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