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On a beautiful fall day at DeMartin Stadium, the MSU Women’s Soccer team (8-4-1, 1-3-1 Big Ten) was dominated by Iowa’s speed and athleticism (12-2, 4-2 Big Ten), as the Hawkeyes won 3-0. The Lady Spartans were undefeated at DeMartin prior to this matchup, but the Hawkeyes were not intimidated.
Senior night celebrations Thursday evening at DeMartin Soccer Stadium were halted by a slow start by Michigan State (5-8-3, 0-7-2 Big Ten) and the Scarlett Knight's ability to dominate time of possession early, as Rutgers (10-2-5, 6-1-3 Big Ten) spoiled the night with a 1-0 victory and gave the Spartans their sixth straight loss.
The dreary conditions on the field at DeMartin Soccer Stadium Sunday afternoon mirrored the Spartans’ pace-of-play, as Michigan State womens’ soccer fell to Ohio State 1-0.
The women’s soccer team (5-3-3, 0-2-2 in Big Ten) faced the University of Wisconsin at DeMartin Stadium Sunday afternoon to close out its two-game home stand, and lost, 2-1.
The weather cleared up just in time for women’s soccer to face the University of Minnesota on Thursday at DeMartin Stadium. After time expired in double overtime, the game ended in a draw, 0-0, bringing their overall record to 5-2-3.
The women's soccer team suffered its first defeat on Sunday, as the formidable Colorado Buffaloes arrived in East Lansing and shutout the Spartans, three to nothing.
The unblemished season for the Michigan State women's soccer team took a hit at the hands of Colorado (6-0-1) on Sunday afternoon at DeMartin Stadium. Fresh off a 2-0 victory versus in-state rival Oakland Thursday, MSU (5-1-1) was stifled by an undefeated Colorado squad and fell to the Buffaloes, 3-0.
Women’s soccer (5-0-1) defeated Oakland (0-6) on Thursday night, 2-0, at DeMartin Stadium. MSU goalkeeper Reilley Ott continued her hot start after being named Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Week on Tuesday, by putting up her fifth shutout of the season.
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.
The MSU women’s soccer team hosted the Michigan Wolverines on Sunday afternoon after having to postponed yesterday, and came away with 2-1 giving MSU its second Big Ten win of the season.
After a weekend filled with mostly Spartan victories, here is the roundup for the week.
The women’s soccer team took their first lost in the Big Ten Conference after facing Indiana University with a score of 1-0. The team’s overall record becomes 4-4-0 with their second straight loss.
For senior forward and East Lansing native Kristelle Yewah, playing soccer at MSU wasn’t originally apart of her plans, though you would think that someone would dream to play the sport they loved on the college campus they were basically raised on.
The MSU women’s soccer team dropped its third game of the season on a rainy Thursday night at DeMartin Stadium, losing to Wake Forest, 4-1; ending their three game win streak.
Following a 7-10-1 season in the fall, the MSU women’s soccer team started its spring season off strong with a 5-1 win over Bowling Green State University.
On a cold, overcast afternoon at DeMartin Soccer Stadium, the MSU women’s soccer team played its first game of the spring season, beating Bowling Green State University, 5-1.
The MSU women's soccer team announced its spring schedule, which spans six games with four played in East Lansing at DeMartin Stadium. The Spartans will kick off their spring portion of 2017 at 3 p.m. on March 25 against Bowling Green.
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 its recruiting class for 2017.
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.
MSU is home to more than 50,000 students, 800 of which are student-athletes. Whether a student comes to MSU for academics or athletics, each year they have to make the decision to live on campus or off campus.