Indiana has allowed only two goals in four NCAA Tournament games, including recent back-to-back shutouts of North Carolina and Creighton. Georgetown is coming off a game in which it allowed a season-high four goals.
“We’re going to take the mistakes or miscommunications from that game and fix it for the final,” Muller said. “It’s not something we’re dwelling on, though.”
Quipped Wiese: “We call them Mullergans here.”
Miller leaned back in his chair and shook his head at the corniness of his coach’s joke. “Wow,” he said.
The Hoyas are one win away from turning the joke on college soccer.
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