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Watch: Todd and Jerry Yeagley discuss IU men’s soccer on the Big Ten Network

The Big Ten Network caught up with IU soccer legends Todd and Jerry Yeagley to discuss the current state and history of the program.

After a standout playing career for the Hoosiers, Todd Yeagley was named Indiana head men’s soccer coach on December 18, 2009. Yeagley is in his 11th season at the helm of the Hoosier program in 2020.

During his time at IU, Todd Yeagley has led the Hoosiers to a 137-48-38 record overall, and a 42-15-15 mark in the Big Ten.

Jerry Yeagley was the IU men’s soccer coach from 1973-2004.  He won six national championships and led teams to the College Cup 16 times, advancing to the championship game 12 times.

The elder Yeagley won 10 regular season Big Ten championships and 10 Big Ten tournament championships.  He had overall record of 544-101-45 to become the all-time NCAA leader in victories.

Video credit – BTN


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