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In overtime,
Hoosiers
eliminate 'M'

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Wolverines exit
in Big Ten second
round, season could
be over
By FREDDY KASTEN
For the Daily
Twenty-five shots, one over-
time, one golden goal, and
one magnified loss - that was
the action-packed story of the
Michigan men's soccer game on
Wednesday.
Indihna INDIANA 2
(3-4 Big MICHIGAN 1
Ten, 7-11-1
overall) likely ended the Wolver-
ines' season in a hard-fought 2-1
victory, advancing to the second
round of the Big Ten tourna-
ment. The victory came nearly a
month after Michigan beat Indi-
ana, 2-1, at U-M Soccer Stadium.
Michigan started the game
well, as senior defender Ezekiel
Harris netted a goal in the 10th
minute, but after that, Indiana
outshot the Wolverines consider-
ably. Redshirt junior goalkeeper
Adam Grinwis played stoutly
in net, nonetheless, keeping his
team in the game early on while
turning away all four shots on
net in the first half.
"Adam came up with a couple
good saves to keep us ahead,"
said Michigan coach Chaka
Daley. "But saves that we expect
him to make so they weren't out
of the ordinary."
The Wolverines (3-4, 8-7-3)
banded together soon after, dis-
playing a sound focus on not
letting the Hoosiers back into

the game. Senior forwar
Pereira led the charge,
shot off the post just be
conclusion of the first ha'
Michigan's explosive o
charge picked up rightv
left off to begin the seco
The team recorded thre
though all either missed
or were blocked, during1
18 minutes.
But just when thing
going well for the Wol
Indiana midfielder A.
rado scored his third go
season in the 62nd minu
failed clearance.
Nevertheless, Mi
attackers would not let t
get down after conced
lead.
The Wolverines ha
shots, all of which were
over the next
17 minutes
of the game. «
Freshman
defender Rylee t
Woods nearly te
put Michigan for
back on top in
the 82nd min- an
ute, striking
the ball just
wide with his
left foot from
25 yards out.
The Hoosiers made a I
to claim the first lead wi
last nine minutes of reg
but failed to do so despite
off three shots in just s
utes. The game went to o
Instead of taking its fo
the brake like it did du:
the first half, Indiana bu
resilient play to end reg
All the Hoosiers need

rd Fabio
firing a
fore the
If.
ffensive
where it
nd half.
e shots,
the net
the first
gs were
verines,
J. Cor-
al of the PAUL SHERMAN/Daily
ate off a Michigan coach Chaka Daley said, "I think we had opportunities throughout the course of the year that wouldn't have made the Big Ten Tournament everything."
one solid scoring chance to keep
chigan's their NCAA Tournament hopes
he team alive, as midfielder Dylan Mares
ing the scored a mere five minutes into
the extra period on the team's
d four first shot.
on goal, "It was two teams fighting for
their lives, its
an open game,"
'It was two Daley said.
It WR tWO "They found
their chance
m s and we didn't.
Pretty simple."
their lives... Wih th
open game s ichi-
gan's season
may be over.
The NCAA

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ate push
thin the
ulation,
getting
ix min-
vertime.
ot off of
ring the
ilt on its
ulation.
ed was

Tournament
Selection Show on Monday is the
team's final chance.
"If we're fortune enough to
make it in the backdoor of the
NCAA Tournament, it'll be a
new season so I think we'll have
great life and energy," Daley
said. "I think we had opportuni-
ties throughout the course of the
year that wouldn't have made
the Big Ten Tournament every-
thing."

Senior defender Ezekiel Harris put the Wolverines on the board in the 10th minute, but Indiana scored two unanswered.

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