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No. 6 MSU and No. 3 Maryland tie after fighting shot for shot

September 24, 2017
Senior midfielder Ken Krolicki (22) dribbles the ball upfield on Sept. 22, at DeMartin Stadium at Old College Field. The Spartans and the Terrapins tied in a 0-0 draw in 2OT.
Senior midfielder Ken Krolicki (22) dribbles the ball upfield on Sept. 22, at DeMartin Stadium at Old College Field. The Spartans and the Terrapins tied in a 0-0 draw in 2OT. —
Photo by Matt Schmucker | The State News

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 Terrapins were aggressive offensively, shooting a whopping 20 shots with seven shots on goal which resulted in seven saves from goalkeeper Jimmy Hague. 

While the Terps aimed for quantity in the terms of shots, MSU went for quality shooting nine shots with six of them being shots on goal.

Forward DeJuan Jones led MSU in shots with three and shots on goal with that same amount. Forward Gordon Wild, led the Terps with six shots and four shots on goal.

The No. 6 Spartans will next face off against the 2-2-1 Akron Zips in Akron, Ohio on Sept. 27. That game is scheduled to kick off at 7:00 p.m.

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