Men's College Cup: Stanford and Indiana move into final

Stanford, the two-time defending champion, will face unbeaten Indiana in Sunday's Men's College Cup final.

The Cardinal moved into its third straight final after beating Akron, 2-0, on goals by Foster Langsdorf and Sam Werner, both products of the Portland Timbers academy.

Dec. 8 in Chester, Pa.
Stanford 2 Akron 0. Goals: Langsdorf (Baird) 26, Werner 79.
Stanford -- Corti, Beason, Hilliard-Arce, Mosharrafa, Panchot, Marion, Gilbey, Skundrich, Werner, Langsdorf, Baird. Subs: Vom Steeg, Bashti, Wehan, O'Brien, Waldeck.
Akron -- Lundt, Moutinho, De Vera, Shultz, Strachan, Harter, Cordeiro, Belana, Gainford, Holthusen, Zajac. Subs: Hinds, Hackworth, Egbo, Kahsay, Wiedt.
Att.: 4,948.

Indiana needed a goal by defender Andrew Gutman off a corner kick from Trevor Swartz in the 50th minute to beat North Carolina, 1-0. The Hoosiers will be playing in their record 15th championship game on Sunday.

Dec. 8 in Chester, Pa.
Indiana 1 North Carolina  0. Goal: Gutman (Swartz) 50.
Indiana -- Muse, Lillard, Gutman, Buckmaster, Mehl, Swartz, Thomas, Panchot, Moore, Dorsey, Toye. Subs: Griffith, Hyacenth, Rennicks, Glass.
North Carolina -- Pyle, Pineda, Comsia, Nelson, Salas, Lindley, Skahan, Kelly, Wright, Winn, Pieters. Sub: Del Rosario.
Att.: 4,948.

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