All three Men's Soccer champions in 2012 had won national championships before, but that didn't take a way from the excitement. Indiana took home its eighth championship and became the first No. 16-seed to win a title in Division I. After falling in the title game a year ago, Lynn bounced back to take home the Division II championship while Messiah won the DIII crown. Take a look back at all three with videos, features and photos as NCAA.com continues its looks back at the 2012-13 season.

 

Indiana scores program's eighth title

Nikita Kotlov scored in the 64th minute and Indiana won its eighth national championship, defeating Georgetown 1-0. The Hoosiers became the first No. 16 seed to win the title. ... Read More

Interactive Bracket Photos Highlights Feature: Soffner's superb swan song

Lynn beats Saginaw Valley for national championship

When Lynn lost last season's title game in heart breaking fashion, they took a photo of the scoreboard. The team used that picture as motivation to win this season's national championship. ... Read More

Interactive Bracket Photos Highlights Feature: Lynn's hometown hero realizes dream

Messiah shines with nine

Experience was evident for Messiah as the Falcons started strong and never looked back to earn the program's ninth DIII Men's Soccer championship. They defeated Ohio Northern 5-1. ... Read More

Interactive Bracket Photos Highlights Feature: Kovach helps Messiah win ninth title