BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Patience matters.
Indiana's soccer juggernaut is proof of that.
As it prepares to face Marshall Monday night at North Carolina's Sahlen's Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park for a ninth national championship (one behind St. Louis' record 10), opportunity comes, not just thanks to guys with accolades (highlighted by All-Americans forward Victor Bezerra, goalkeeper Roman Celentano and defender Spencer Glass), but from players who will one day win them.
"We have a lot of guys putting in really big minutes that are developmental players in our program," Indiana coach Todd Yeagley said.