You choose, we deliver
If you are interested in this story, you might be interested in others from The Journal Gazette. Go to www.journalgazette.net/newsletter and pick the subjects you care most about. We'll deliver your customized daily news report at 3 a.m. Fort Wayne time, right to your email.

Indiana University

  • IU honors Ukraine plane-crash victim
    BLOOMINGTON – A posthumous doctoral degree has been given to the family of an Indiana University student among those killed when a jetliner was shot down over Ukraine.
  • Buffet is open for all of NCAA’s student-athletes
    One million dollars can buy you a lot – a mansion, a yacht, a private jet.In a new era of college athletics, $1 million gets student-athletes from Indiana to Purdue to USC food.Yes, food.
  • After getting bowled over, Hoosiers focus on defense
      A season that many observers believed could change Indiana football for the better already has a fragile fan base filled with anxiety. Defensive coordinator Brian Knorr has a simple message for the panicked supporters:
Advertisement
Associated Press
Indiana's Nikita Kotlov battles Georgetown's Andy Riemer for the ball

Indiana wins NCAA men's soccer title

HOOVER, Ala. — Nikita Kotlov scored off a header pass from Eriq Zavaleta midway through the second half to give Indiana a 1-0 victory over Georgetown on Sunday to win the NCAA men's soccer championship.

It is the eighth championship for the Hoosiers (16-5-3), their first since 2004.

Indiana midfielder Patrick Doody lofted a crossing pass to the right of the goal that brought Georgetown goalkeeper Tomas Gomez out from the net.

Zavaleta got to the ball before the Hoyas' Jimmy Nealis, sending a header to Kotlov that he easily kicked into the open net.

The best scoring opportunity for Georgetown (19-4-3) came in the first half when Tyler Rudy sent a straight-on shot that diving Indiana goalkeeper Luis Soffner barely stopped with his fingertips.

It was the third consecutive 1-0 victory for the Hoosiers. Indiana allowed a total of two goals in its five NCAA tournament games.

Advertisement