Hoosiers At Auburn Soccer Classic This Weekend
Aug. 28, 2014
In goal, it was redshirt junior Sarah Stone who got the start in goal and made three saves on her way to the shutout, the fourth of her career.
Then on Sunday, IU traveled to Eastern Michigan and allowed two goals in a span of 55 seconds midway through the first half and trailed 2-0 at the half. In the second half, the Hoosiers bombarded the EMU goal but were unable to find a goal and lost by that 2-0 margin.
But before she joined the Hoosiers, Berbary was an assistant coach at Auburn for five seasons, and was named Associate Head Coach in her final season. She helped mentor some of the top players in Auburn soccer history and produced a number of program-bests in various offensive categories.
In goal, redshirt junior Sarah Stone is the most likely candidate to take over between the pipes after the graduation of Shannon Flower, who played every minute of all 23 games last year. Stone, however, does have some experience, having played over 600 minutes in 2012.
The 15-7-1 record propelled the Hoosiers to their first appearances in the Big Ten Tournament and NCAA Tournament since 2007. Overall, it was just the fourth appearance in the NCAA Tournament in program history.
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