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National Signing Day was good to the soccer programs of MSU. On the men’s side, head coach Damon Rensing signed seven players who will look to compete for playing time next season. Women’s head coach Tom Saxton overhauled his club by reeling in 10 new recruits.
Senior defenseman Jimmy Fiscus was named to second-team All-American by the United Soccer Coaches Poll on Thursday night, making him the 38th Spartan in men's soccer history to earn All-American honors.
Men’s soccer postseason run is now over, as they lost to the Indiana Hoosiers in a shootout in the Elite Eight, 3-2, after staying tied at 1-1 through 110 minutes in regulation.
The seventh seeded men’s soccer team will look to continue their postseason run as they take on No. 2 seeded Indiana in the Elite Eight tonight in Bloomington, Indiana at 7 p.m.
The men’s soccer team is moving on from sweetness to eliteness, as the Spartans beat Western Michigan in the Sweet 16 Saturday night, 2-1, and will advance to the Elite Eight to face the No. 2 seed Indiana Hoosiers. This is MSU's third Elite Eight appearance in the nine years head coach Damon Rensing has been at the helm.
Men’s soccer advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament after beating the Virginia Tech Hokies Sunday afternoon, 3-0.
The men’s soccer team will face off against Virginia Tech in the second round of the NCAA Tournament today at 1 p.m. at DeMartin Stadium.
The NCAA announced on its men's soccer tournament selection show Monday afternoon that the Spartans will be seeded No. 7 with a first round bye, with a little pep talk from Tom Izzo.
The No. 8 men’s soccer team was shocked in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten tournament on Sunday afternoon, losing 2-1 to the Ohio State Buckeyes.
The Big Ten announced its men's soccer postseason awards Friday morning, with six Spartans raking in awards.
No. 7 Men's soccer hosted their senior day on Sunday against No. 2 Indiana. The team drew 1-1 with Indiana and will take on Ohio State Sunday at 1 pm in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament.
In a Big Ten conference featuring four teams ranked in the top 25 in the United Soccer Coaches Poll, including No. 2 Indiana, No. 12 Michigan and No. 24 Maryland, you would think the No. 8 Spartans would focus on these top ranked opponents heading into the Big Ten Tournament next weekend.
In their regular season finale, the No. 7 MSU men’s soccer drew with No. 2 Indiana Saturday at DeMartin Stadium 1-1, finishing second in Big Ten on Senior Day. MSU finishes the season at 11-2-3 and 5-0-3 in conference play.
The No. 6 Spartans took on Penn State on a rainy Saturday afternoon, coming away with a 1-0 victory and giving head coach Damon Rensing his 100th career win at the helm of the Spartans program. MSU is now 10-2-2 on the season and 4-0-2 in Big Ten play. (Read more about Rensing and earning is 100th career win here).
The No. 6 MSU men's soccer team lost its second game and road game of the season to the West Virginia Mountaineers, 1-0.
After a weekend filled with mostly Spartan victories, here is the roundup for the week.
Earlier in the season when asked head coach Damon Rensing was asked about getting his 100th win as a head coach at MSU he said “it’s just another win.”
The No. 6 Spartans men's soccer team beat the No. 12 Western Michigan Broncos on Wednesday evening, 1-0, and improved their record to 9-1-1 this season.
The No. 4 Spartans bounced back after losing their first game of the year Sunday afternoon, beating the No. 16 Ohio State Buckeyes, 5-1. The Spartans are now 8-1-1 on the season and 3-0-1 in Big Ten play.
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.