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What couldn't be accomplished during the regular season has now become the postseason focus for Tom Irvin and his University of Evansville soccer teammates. Looking to claim the Missouri Valley Conference title they were favored to win back in August,
Mike Jacobs has framed tonight's regular-season game against Eastern Illinois as being the first of what he hopes will be many postseason tests for his University of Evansville men's soccer team. "I think it helps that we have to win to go through,"
Ind. Having grown up hearing about the championship history of Indiana University soccer, University of Evansville seniors Mike Luttrull and Robby Lynch both had the Hoosiers on their short list when it came time to choose a college. "It was
Brown, Evansville's Robby Lynch battles to control the ball in the Aces' 4-1 win on Wednesday...The University of Evansville men's soccer team had dominated visiting Belmont completely in the first half Wednesday evening at Black Beauty Field and had
Mike Luttrull Mike Luttrull understands and appreciates his inadequacies. "Float the ball to me and it's probably not going to work," he said with a laugh. "But I find a way." The 5-foot-8 University of Evansville senior has certainly found a way to
Mike Jacobs was having a hard time celebrating Friday night's 9-0 rout of Alabama A&M in the opening round of the ProRehab Aces Soccer Classic. "It's an absolute nightmare to coach a game like that," said Jacobs. "At halftime I got on our guys a
One of the goals Mike Jacobs has for his University of Evansville soccer program this season depends on having enough fans willing to lend an assist. He's hoping the first step toward averaging a thousand fans a game will be taken tonight at 7:30
The 2010 Indiana-Kentucky Challenge, a weekend boys' soccer series featuring six ranked squads in an eight-team field, delivered excellent competition as expected. But it also gave fans something they might not have noticed: a sneak peek at the 2011
Perhaps the Vikings couldn't see Forrest for the trees on the Hawkinsville offensive line, which paved the way for a 517-yard ground attack. Yet, the Vikings (0-2) had their chances, thanks to a couple of big plays and a slew of Red Devil penalties.
Article Highlights When Tom Irvin first arrived on the University of Evansville campus five years ago, he knew very little about the school's proud men's soccer tradition When Tom Irvin first arrived on the University of Evansville campus five years