The Hoosiers outshot the Terps, 22-6.
“We’re certainly two of the Mount Rushmore programs of college soccer, and I think every time we’ve played there’s been a great chess match."
Neumann battled to win the starting goalkeeper position and is now a fixture for the Terps as a freshman.
“We executed our plan well. We didn’t give up too many dangerous chances."
Eli Crognale scored the winning penalty.
The Terps weren't impressed by their 3-1 loss to the Wildcats in the regular season.
Midfielder William James Herve could be back in action for the Terps' quarterfinal matchup.
The Terps relinquished leads against Penn State and Michigan last week.
“We just were second to every ball in the box, and we’ve got to attack it better.”
The Wolverines overcame a 2-1 first-half deficit.