Men's College Cup: Indiana advances to semifinals for record 22nd time

Indiana is headed to the Men's College Cup for a record 22nd time thanks to a 2-0 win at UNC Greensboro. Maouloune Goumballe and Samuel Sarver scored for the Hoosiers, who have won all three playoff games by shutouts.

Pitt advanced to its second College Cup in program history -- and second in three seasons -- with a 1-0 win over Portland on Valentin Noel's header off a Bertin Jacquesson cross in the 104th minute.

No. 3 Syracuse is the highest seed still alive after it defeated Vermont, 2-1, thanks to first-half goals from Curt Calov and Levonte Johnson. The Orange also earned their second College Cup berth, and first since 2015.

Creighton won a battle of the nation's top offense against best defense with a 3-2 victory over Duke. Junior Duncan McGuire opening the scoring with his 22nd goal of the season and Jackson Castro and Charles Auguste added goals late in the first half for the Bluejays, who will be playing in their sixth College Cup.
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