Second-ranked Philadelphia Textile, playing nearly the entire second half one man short, eliminated No. 1 Indiana, 1-0, on Tom McDonald's goal in the first half in an NCAA quarterfinal soccer playoff game yesterday in Philadelphia.

Textile will play Eastern Illinois in one semifinal Dec. 5 in Stanford. In the other game, Alabama A&M, a 2-1 winner over visiting West Virginia yesterday, plays Connecticut, which defeated Long Island University, 3-0, in Storrs, Conn.

Eastern Illinois advanced after its quarterfinal opponent, San Diego State, forfeited because it was found to have an ineligible player.

McDonald, a midfielder, scored his 11th goal of the season on a rebound from 20 yards out at 23:25 of the first half. Indiana goalie Chris Oswald was screened by other players on the shot.

Textile (18-1-1) played 40 minutes of the second half with 10 players after forward Sean Fryatt, who scored 15 goals this season, was ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct.

In Huntsville, Ala., Wayne Cargill scored at 9:30 of overtime to give Alabama A&M the victory.

The Bulldogs (17-3-1) appeared to have won in regulation, but West Virginia (11-5) tied the game with 20 seconds left on a penalty kick by Vernando Santos. A&M had taken a 1-0 lead in the first half on a goal by Nathaniel Ojedebe.

Elvis Comrie had a goal and two assists for Connecticut. Philadelphia Textile Beats Indiana From News Services

Second-ranked Philadelphia Textile, playing nearly the entire second half one man short, eliminated No. 1 Indiana, 1-0, on Tom McDonald's goal in the first half in an NCAA quarterfinal soccer playoff game yesterday in Philadelphia.

Textile will play Eastern Illinois in one semifinal Dec. 5 in Stanford. In the other game, Alabama A&M, a 2-1 winner over visiting West Virginia yesterday, plays Connecticut, which defeated Long Island University, 3-0, in Storrs, Conn.

Eastern Illinois advanced after its quarterfinal opponent, San Diego State, forfeited because it was found to have an ineligible player.

McDonald, a midfielder, scored his 11th goal of the season on a rebound from 20 yards out at 23:25 of the first half. Indiana goalie Chris Oswald was screened by other players on the shot.

Textile (18-1-1) played 40 minutes of the second half with 10 players after forward Sean Fryatt, who scored 15 goals this season, was ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct.

In Huntsville, Ala., Wayne Cargill scored at 9:30 of overtime to give Alabama A&M the victory.

The Bulldogs (17-3-1) appeared to have won in regulation, but West Virginia (11-5) tied the game with 20 seconds left on a penalty kick by Vernando Santos. A&M had taken a 1-0 lead in the first half on a goal by Nathaniel Ojedebe.

Elvis Comrie had a goal and two assists for Connecticut.