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Indy 11 Tie Second match in a Row

For the second time this season Indy Eleven played in front of a sell out crowd of 10,412 at Michael A. Carroll Stadium. The game ended in a tie, once again, this time against the Tampa Bay Rowdies. After giving up a goal to Tampa Bay in the 48th minute, just 3 minutes in to the second half, the Indy Eleven Played from behind for the most of the remainder of the match. Indy Eleven's Erick Norales tied the game in the 82nd minute off of a low cross pass from Dylan Mares.

Built in 1982, the Michael A. Carroll Track & Soccer Stadium, created in the city of Indianapolis' drive to become the "Amateur Sports Capital of the World," fittingly bears the name of the late Carroll, whom many IUPUI people consider the campus's "greatest cheerleader." Carroll, who was killed tragically in a 1992 plane crash, was a former Indianapolis deputy mayor and special assistant to Sen. Richard G. Lugar.

Carroll Stadium was built to host the 1987 Pan American Games, a major international event. This world class facility also hosted the 2006 and 2007 USA Track and Field Championships, the 1988 Olympic Team Trials - Track and Field, IHSAA Lacrosse State Championships, the Horizon League Championships, the 2001 World Police and Fire Games, NCAA soccer & track competitions and other marquee events.

This collaboration has supported the revitalization of this great facility. Further corporate and individual sponsorships of Carroll Stadium are available.

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