The Wisconsin men's soccer team (6-4-1 overall, 0-1 Big Ten) hosts No. 6 Indiana (7-2, 3-0) on Friday for a 7:30 p.m. contest at the McClimon Soccer complex.
The game will mark the 28th meeting between the two teams and the Hoosiers currently lead the all-time series 21-3-3 after claiming the last six meetings. The last time the UW won was Oct. 13, 1995, a 2-0 decision in Madison.
Scouting the Hoosiers - Indiana is 7-2-0 overall this season and 3-0-0 in the Big Ten after victories against Butler and Michigan last week. The Hoosiers are led in scoring by junior all-American Pat Noonan who has 21 points on seven goals and seven assists this season. Freshman Mike Ambersley is second with 12 points (5g, 2a) after recording a hat trick in IUs 3-0 win at Michigan on Sunday. Starting goalkeeper Colin Rogers has a 0.47 goals-against average and three shutouts this season.
Bring The Kids - Fridays game is tabbed as Youth Soccer Night by the UW marketing department. Free admission is granted to youth in eighth grade and under who wear their soccer uniform.
Attendance Setter - The three-largest mens soccer crowds at the McClimon Soccer Complex have all been against Indiana. Two thousand, four hundred and seventy fans saw the Badgers defeat the Hoosiers on Oct. 13, 1995, for the single-game attendance record. The 1993 and 1997 UW-IU games brought in 2,145 and 1,846 fans, respectively.