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Cardinals hand slumping Hoosiers another loss
October 16th, 2013 7:27AM
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[INDIANA-LOUISVILLE: Men]Defending champion Indiana slumped to 4-8-1 when it dropped a 3-0 decision at home to No. 10 Louisville, which is now unbeaten in eight straight games. Five of the Hoosiers' eight losses are to Top 25 teams. They've now lost their last four games by a margin of 11-3.

"I thought Indiana made it hard on us early on and we survived their pressure," said Louisville coach Ken Lolla following the match. "We got some really timely goals, but defensively, we were solid and didn't give them too many good looks. The ones that they had, Joachim was very good."

Zack Foxhoven and sophomore Marlon Hairston had their best performances of the season with each player scoring one goal and adding one assist in the victory. Junior captain Daniel Keller added a goal for the Cardinals, who have scored three or more goals five times during the current eight-game unbeaten streak.

German goalkeeper Joachim Ball had a career-high seven saves in earning the seventh shutout of the season.

Indiana 2013:
SMU W, 2-1
#5 UCLA L, 1-0 (OT)
#23 UABL, 2-1 (OT)
West VirginiaL, 5-4 (2OT)
CSU Bakersfield W, 4-1
UC Irvine T, 1-1 (2OT)
Brown W, 2-1
ButlerL, 3-2 (2OT)
Ohio State W, 2-0
#2 Notre Dame L, 2-0
#24 Penn State L, 2-0
Wisconsin L, 4-3
#10 Louisville  L, 3-0


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  1. Dave Gracen
    commented on: October 16, 2013 at 12:57 p.m.
    It seems now that Yeagley has lost many of the players that the former coach at IU recruited, things are looking badly for him….and his coaching abilities. The Godfather ‘landed’ him that job, but reality seems to be catching up with him. This year’s schedule is not nearly as tough of pre Jr Yeagley years. Nor has his schedule been that challenging from when he took over the program a few years ago. Not to diminish last year’s championship and great outcome for the schools 8th star. This year when following all college soccer scores, I notice little written about these many IU loses in local Bloomy papers? Do they only report when the Hoosiers are winning? Congrats to Louisville with a great win. We can all be impressed with Coach Lolla and his team’s talent, composure and fight.

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