The Journal Gazette
Friday, July 08, 2016 10:00 pm

D'Arcy Stadium added as soccer festival site

Staff, news services

The Shindigz National Soccer Festival, scheduled for Aug. 18-20, will be played at two venues – Hefner Fields and Bishop D’Arcy Stadium – to ease the strain on newly seeded grass at Hefner.

The Aug. 18 game between Michigan State and Syracuse will be at Bishop D’Arcy Stadium on the Saint Francis campus.

The Aug. 19 games, including IPFW vs. Wright State, Saint Francis vs. Indiana Tech and seven high school matches, will be at Hefner Fields, adjacent to IPFW.

And on Aug. 20, the headlining games between Indiana and UCLA and Ohio State vs. Syracuse, will be at Bishop D’Arcy Stadium, as will fireworks. Hefner Fields will play host to Findlay vs. Indiana Tech, plus high school games.

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