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No. 6 Seton Hall fall to No. 3 Indiana in quarterfinals of College Cup

All stories come to an end, and the improbable run for the Seton Hall men’s soccer team came to an end on Monday with a 2-0 loss to the Indiana Hoosiers in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament. The Elite Eight appearance was the first for the Pirates since 1988, which also saw the Pirates lose our on a Final Four spot to Indiana.


Everything you need to know about the NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament

In most years, the NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament—or College Cup, as it’s better known—has rarely been in the minds of this generation’s Seton Hall sports fans, but this year’s tournament will be unique in that No. 6 Seton Hall will be taking part for the first time since 2005, after beating No. 2 Georgetown in the Big East Tournament final for an automatic bid.

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