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Indiana soccer gets 7 seed in NCAA Tournament

After dropping just one game all season but drawing in seven, the Hoosiers were handed the No. 7 seed and a tough draw.

Indiana V UCLA

The Indiana Hoosiers will make their 30th-straight trip to the NCAA Tournament this season as they were unveiled as the No. 7 seed during Monday’s selection show.

Indiana received a bye and will meet the winner of Akron, one of college soccer’s most storied programs, and Villanova.

Maryland, the Big Ten regular season and conference champions, received the No. 1 seed.

Indiana lost to Akron in the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Since their title in 2012, the Hoosiers are just 1-3 in the NCAA Tournament, the lone win coming against UConn last season.

In the season, the Hoosiers played future tournament teams in No. 1 Maryland, Loyola, UCLA, New Mexico, No. 5 Stanford, No. 15 Butler, No. 13 Notre Dame, Louisville and Michigan State.

The Hoosiers will host the Akron/Villanova winner on November 20 at 1 p.m.