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Huskies Head to Indiana For NCAA Second Round Match

Kwame Awuah ranks second in the nation with 12 assists in 2015.
Nov. 20, 2015

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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. –
After knocking off Boston University, 3-1, on Thursday in an NCAA Tournament First Round match, the UConn men’s soccer team continues postseason play with when heads to Bloomington, Ind. to challenge 16th-seeded Indiana at Bill Armstrong Stadium on Sunday, Nov. 22 at 12 p.m.

The Last Meeting
UConn1  
Indiana12 OT
September 1, 2006
Bloomington, Ind.

Fans unable to travel to the match can keep up with the team via a live radio broadcast on WHUS.org, 91.7 FM or by watching the video stream (CLICK HERE). Additionally, @UConnMSOC will provide in-game updates on Twitter.

UConn (10-5-6) advanced to the NCAA Tournament second round after tallying three second-half goals against the Terriers on Thursday at Joseph J. Morrone Stadium. Junior co-captain Kwame Awuah registered a career-best five points, while redshirt-sophomore keeper Scott Levene picked up his 10th win of the season in goal. The victory extended the Huskies’ unbeaten streak to nine-straight (7-0-2) and pushed the team to the 10-win plateau for the 12th-straight season.

Connecticut is 3-2-1 all-time against Indiana in a series dating back to 1978, including a 2-0 mark in NCAA Tournament play.

19 of UConn’s 26 goals have come after the first half of play (18 in the second half, one in OT). Additionally, after scoring just seven goals in its first 11 games, Connecticut has responded with 19 goals over its final 10 matches.

In 17 NCAA Tournament appearances under 19th-year head coach Ray Reid, the team owns a 23-10-7 all-time record.

The Huskies have scored first in 11 of their 21 games this season and sport a 8-1-2 record in such contests. Additionally, the team is 4-0-1 when leading at halftime and 8-0-0 when scoring multiple goals.

Indiana earned the No. 16 seed in the tournament after compiling a 12-4-3 record, including a 7-3-0 mark at Armstrong Stadium. The Hoosiers advanced to the Big Ten semifinal match, playing to a 1-1 draw with Maryland before bowing out in a penalty kick shootout.


 

 

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