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On the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, I went home and saw my
brother play in a district basketball game.“You played well,” I told him afterwards.My brother’s squad—the good guys—bounded ahead to a 15-point
lead in the first quarter, only to abdicate it at the hands of a bloodthirsty
full-court press in the second half.
For much of the season, the MSU men’s soccer team found itself in a resurgence. After falling below .500 in 2015, missing the NCAA Tournament and bowing out in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament, the Spartans responded with an upstart season, climbing the national rankings all the way to No. 12 in the NSCAA coaches poll.
On a windy Thursday afternoon, the MSU men's soccer team embarked on its sixth NCAA Tournament journey under head coach Damon Rensing. At the friendly confines of DeMartin Stadium, the Spartans tied Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, 1-1, but fell in an 11 round shootout thriller.
It was a big get for MSU men's soccer — an opening-round home game in the NCAA tournament. As was announced Monday afternoon, the Spartans will play Edwardsville Thursday at 1 p.m.
Ryan Sierakowski ran away from the defense and into the forward-most position. It’s surely a sight that fans of MSU men’s soccer know well — the sophomore forward lengthening the grassy distance between himself and his defenders en route to a solo goal.
MSU announced Wednesday the contribution of $1 million through the Spartan Fund, according to a press release. The gift will be used to support the construction of lights at DeMartin Soccer Stadium, the home field of the MSU men's and women's soccer teams. The benefit comes from alumnus Craig Bush, a 1983 graduate of MSU's James Madison College
After a disappointing 2-1 semifinal loss to No.1 Maryland in the Big Ten tournament, the MSU soccer team looks to rebound in the NCAA tournament.
WESTFIELD, IND—The Terrapins did it again. For the fifth consecutive season, the University of Maryland men’s soccer team has advanced to their conference tournament championship game.
It's tourney time in the Big Ten, and on Friday, MSU men's soccer will face its joint-toughest opponent of the season.
In a tied game, it's the most mortifying situation for a defender in soccer — a wide open net. For junior defender Jimmy Fiscus, the open net just so happened to appear on the attacking end, but that didn't make the situation any less frightening.
No. 15 MSU Men’s Soccer had eight honorees when the Big Ten announced their postseason awards on Friday according to a press release from the team.Sophomore forward, Ryan Sierakowski was named to the first-team All-Big Ten.
MSU men's soccer had the higher number in the standings, but Penn State had the number of MSU prior to the match following a 1-0 double overtime win in the teams' only encounters previously in the season.
A lot more than bragging rights was on the line as the No. 13 MSU men’s soccer team travelled to No. 10 Indiana for the final regular season soccer game of the season.
If you are from Michigan, the MSU — University of Michigan rivalry is something many Michiganders are born into. Whether you're a sports fan or not, this rivalry has something to look forward to every time the Spartans and the Wolverines face off.
Having to brave an away match against No. 12 Notre Dame, previously unbeaten at Alumni Stadium during the season, the No. 13 MSU men's soccer team could hardly have been blamed if they aimed for a draw.
The day was all about the seniors. The game was all about the underclassmen.
Last year wasn’t easy for MSU head men’s soccer coach Damon Rensing, eighth-year head coach of the MSU men’s soccer team.
In a midday Saturday Big Ten battle, MSU bijsoijs Northwestern jsijsojs in the last home game of the regular season at DeMartin Stadium.
MSU is the home of over 50,000 students, and close to 800 student-athletes that live all over campus.Olivia Argeros, is a freshman on the Women’s Soccer team and she shared her thoughts about living on campus her first year surrounded by student-athletes in South Neighborhood.“I wouldn’t say it’s an advantage to be surrounded by all student-athletes but socially I think it helps a lot to connect with others, because we all go through similar situations,” Argeros said.South Neighborhood is the home for the majority freshman and sophomore student-athletes.
The penultimate home game of the season against Yale was all about defending. Indemnifying the one-goal loss to Penn State the weekend before, MSU shored up the back line and guarded the home turf.