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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 Cain and midfielders Brad 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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