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The No. 4 Spartans lost their first game of the year, losing to No. 24 Akron, 4-1, making their record 7-1-1 on the season.
Akron's Nate Shultz scored the first two goals for the Zips, which came in the first half. Those two goals was Shultz's first goals of the season. Nick Hinds had the third goal for the Zips, while Joao Moutinho had the fourth goal for Akron.
The No. 6 Spartans took on the No. 3 Maryland Terrapins Friday night under the lights at DeMartin Stadium in front of a energetic, record breaking 4,678 people in attendance, and came away with a 0-0 tie after playing two overtimes.
This was the first tie for the Spartans season, making their record 7-0-1 on the season.
The Brady Bunch lived in a four bedroom, two bathroom house in Los Angeles for five seasons in the early 1970s.
While the Barone family may not have seven fictional children and a major television network to show the ins-and-outs of their entire life, they do have four children that have all made it to one place: MSU soccer.
Listen in as State News sports editor Sam Metry and general assignment reporter Jon LeBlanc take a look into the No. 6 ranked MSU Soccer team as they prepare for a Big Ten Showdown against No. 3 Maryland this Friday.
MSU men's soccer defenseman Jimmy Fiscus has won his second Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week honor of the season. Fiscus shared this weeks honor with No. 3 Maryland's Johannes Bergmann.
Fiscus played almost 190 minutes last week against then No. 19 Bowling Green State University and No. 18 Michigan Wolverines, without letting in a goal.
With 45 seconds left in overtime, No. 6 ranked MSU and No. 18 ranked Michigan were tied. Connor Corrigan had the ball and sent it across the field for defender, Jimmy Fiscus, who headed the ball into the box.
From there DeJuan Jones slid into the box and was able to connect with the ball and bury it into the right side of the net giving the Spartans the win, the Big Bear Trophy and a still untarnished record on the season
The No. 6 ranked MSU men’s soccer team beat No. 19 Bowling Green State University 1-0 last night, under the lights of DeMartin Stadium.
Junior forward Ryan Sierakowski scored the lone goal for the Spartans, netting a penalty kick with 37:11 left in the second half.
Junior forward DeJuan Jones was officially named Big Ten’s Offensive Player of the Week for the MSU men's soccer team.
DeJuan Jones winning Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week and being named to College Soccer News team of the week, wasn't the only thing in the news for the men's soccer team this week.
The men’s soccer team played under the lights for the first time in the program’s history, at DeMartin Stadium in front of a home attendance record breaking crowd of 3,515 fans, with some fans spilling over to the bleachers of Secchia Softball Stadium. The Spartans beat the Dartmouth Big Green, 1-0.
After a victory at DeMartin Stadium on Monday afternoon, the Spartans finish with a score of 1-0 beating Cleveland State University. This game with mark the fourth straight shutout the team has recorded this season.
The last time the Spartans went 4-0 overall in the season was back in 1968. For senior goalie Jimmy Hague, this will be his eleventh shutout in his Spartan career.
After starting off 2-0 on the season, the accolades are starting to roll in for MSU men's soccer.
The MSU men’s soccer team kicked off its season this past weekend with a sweep against the SIUE Cougars, who ended the Spartans season last year in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, and the Saint Louis University Billikens.
The MSU football team isn't the only team in East Lansing who has a recruiting class coming on Wednesday, as the men's and women's soccer teams have announced their recruiting class for 2017.
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