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The energy of a rivalry matchup filled the brisk East Lansing air as No. 12 Michigan State soccer tied with University of Michigan Tuesday night at DeMartin Soccer Stadium. The intensity was expected of top-25 in-state rivals battling for the Big Bear, which ended in a 1-1 overtime slugfest.
Coming off a 1-1 double overtime draw against rival Michigan in the final home game of the regular season Oct. 23, the 12th-ranked MSU men’s soccer team has one game left on its schedule, against second-ranked Indiana, before heading to Indianapolis for the Big Ten tournament in November.
Rivalry week may be over in East Lansing, but the rivalry games aren't.
While a clash of two college newspaper titans was going down Friday evening just across campus, the 13th-ranked Michigan State men’s soccer team (10-2-3, 4-1-1) was in the midst of a clash of their own against Northwestern (4-7-5, 0-4-3). The Spartans were held to a 0-0 double-overtime draw against the Wildcats on a nippy Senior Night at DeMartin Soccer Stadium.
Eighth-ranked Michigan State Soccer, which sits at 10-2-2 (4-1-0 Big Ten), is set to continue conference play against Northwestern (4-7-4, 0-4-2 Big Ten) at 7 p.m. Friday night at DeMartin Soccer Stadium.
No. 8 Michigan State men’s soccer (9-2-2, 3-1 in Big Ten) returned to action Tuesday night fresh off a 2-0 win at Maryland, but the Spartans would not be as fortunate on their home turf, as they suffered a 2-1 loss to Akron (5-4-2).
It was Alumni Day Sunday at DeMartin Soccer Stadium, as Michigan State men's soccer honored its 1968 National Championship team. The current team was unable to deliver a victory for their fellow alumni, as the fifth-ranked Spartans (8-1-2, 2-1 in Big Ten) were handed their first loss of the season at the hands of Wisconsin (5-4-1, 2-1) by a score of 1-0 in overtime.
The fifth-ranked Michigan State men’s soccer team (7-0-2, 1-0 in Big Ten) started off Big Ten play on a high note in what ended up being a gusty Friday evening at a packed DeMartin Soccer Stadium. The Spartans were able to fend off a late push by Rutgers (1-5-1, 0-2), to claim their first conference victory of the season by a score of 2-1.
No. 5 Michigan State men’s soccer (6-0-2) is set to kick off Big Ten competition against Rutgers (1-4-1) Friday evening. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. at DeMartin Soccer Stadium.
Most college freshmen are getting their first taste of what it’s like being away from their parents. Michigan State men’s soccer forward Farai Mutatu is more than familiar with the feeling.
Michigan State men’s soccer (5-0-1) continued its strong start to the season, defeating Oakland University (3-2-1) by a score of 4-2 Monday night at DeMartin Stadium.
Michigan State men’s soccer concluded their season-opening homestand Monday with a 5-1 victory over the University of California-Riverside Highlanders. Senior forward Ryan Sierakowski notched two goals, and senior Hunter Barone recorded a goal and an assist. After a late slip-up Friday against Canisius in which the Spartans nearly coughed away a 3-0 lead, there would be no such mistake on Monday.
The Michigan State men’s soccer team has begun the season on a positive note, notching three wins and a draw over the first three competitive matches, all at DeMartin Stadium. After a 1-0 win over South Florida and a goalless draw against Tulsa, the Spartans posted a 3-2 victory over Canisius on Friday, followed by a 5-1 win over University of California-Riverside on Monday.
On a sunny Friday at DeMartin Stadium, the No. 5 Michigan State men’s soccer team (2-0-1) fended off a late push by Canisius (1-2) to win their second game of the season by a score of 3-2. For the Spartans, they remain undefeated on the young season through three games.
The Michigan State men's soccer team (1-0-1) will play their third home game of the season on Friday evening as they are set to take on Canisius (1-1). Kickoff is scheduled for 3 p.m. at DeMartin Soccer Stadium.
Michigan State University men’s soccer was unable to continue the late-game heroics they displayed Friday night, finishing 0-0 against the University of Tulsa on Sunday afternoon at Demartin Soccer Stadium. The Spartans, who had opened the season with a 1-0 victory over South Florida just 48 hours prior, could not find the net against a physical Tulsa team.
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.