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Topic - Eriq Zavaleta
"Coming to Indiana, it's been in our heads that we want to get to this final four and win a national championship," Indiana forward Eriq Zavaleta said. "Any player that steps foot on the field at the beginning of the year, that's their goal in mind."
"The ball drifted in the air for quite a while, and their keeper was hesitant when it went into no-man's land," Zavaleta said. "I was in a tough angle to finish it, but I saw Nikita run into the box, so my goal was to get the ball in and give him a chance to get it in the net."