FOLLOW THE REDHAWKS
• Sunday, Sept. 8 at 1 p.m. Pacific (4 p.m. Eastern)
• vs. Indiana (Notre Dame’s Alumni Stadium)
ABOUT THE GAME
• Seattle U (1-1-1) vs. No. 2 Indiana (3-0-0)
• All-time series-Indiana leads, 1-0-0
• Away-Indiana leads, 1-0-0
• Last meeting-Indiana won, 2-0, at Indiana (Sept. 13, 2009)
NEWS AND NOTES
• In his first three games of 2019, redshirt junior Noe Meza has three goals to pace Seattle U.
• Indiana won 20 games last season, advancing to the NCAA Tournament College Cup, where it lost to Maryland, 2-0.
• IU is 3-0 in three overtime outings this year. It beat Pitt and UCLA last week before outlasting Denver, 2-1, on Friday at Notre Dame.
• Seattle U played a scoreless draw with then-No. 12 Denver on Sept. 2 at Championship Field. Akili Kasim made one save in 110 minutes to claim his second shutout to open 2019.
• The contest with the Pioneers was the first 0-0 game at Championship Field since Sept. 30, 2012, when SU tied San Jose State.
• In the win over USF, SU held a 28-1 advantage in shots, including a 17-0 margin in the first half.
• Coach Pete Fewing is in his 26th season at Seattle U. Last year, he won his 300th career game at SU. Since 2013, he has taken the Redhawks to three NCAA Tournaments, winning three WAC Tournament crowns, and a pair of WAC regular-season titles.
• Midfielder Jesse Ortiz was named to TopDrawerSoccer’s Freshmen Best XI for the 2019 season.
• The Redhawks will face seven opponents who qualified for the 2018 NCAA Tournament this season.
• SU is one of just four Division I programs to win at least 11 games in each of the last six seasons. It faces two of the other three teams in 2019 (Denver and Notre Dame). Akron is the fourth program to achieve the feat.
• In 2018, the Redhawks won 13 games, including wins over Akron and Washington.