Sunday, November 27, 2022

Sports | Men's Soccer


Men's soccer utilizing break to regroup, heal before Creighton

In the wake of a week that saw the MSU men’s soccer team come away with a pair of wins, the team now is doing something it’s not used to — nothing at all. The five-day break between the Spartans’ (4-1-0) 1-0 win against Bowling Green, Sept. 18, at DeMartin Stadium and their trip to Omaha, Neb. to take on No. 5 Creighton Tuesday is the second-longest of the season.


Spartans ready for Bowling Green

The next game is the biggest game of the year. That’s the new motto for the MSU men’s soccer team (3-1-0) heading into a showdown with Bowling Green (1-2-2) at 5 p.m. Wednesday evening at DeMartin Stadium.


Men's soccer needs more respect

Where’s the love? On the heels of an impressive 2-0 win against a tough Marquette team Sunday evening in Wisconsin, it’s time for the MSU men’s soccer team to once again break into the rankings.


Men's soccer rained out after taking early lead

The weather has not been kind to MSU athletics this season. After the first two football games of the season were delayed due to rain, the MSU men’s soccer team faced their second rainout of the season when they traveled to University of Detroit Mercy Wednesday afternoon.


MSU students off to see USA vs. Mexico in Columbus

The legend of Dos a Cero is more than just a score, it’s a trio of results that will live in U.S. Soccer’s history forever. The last three times the U.S. and Mexico have tangled in World Cup qualifiers in the U.S. were in Columbus, Ohio at Columbus Crew Stadium. Each time the score ended in 2-0 in favor of the Americans.


Thelen bends MSU into victory

A popular phrase in soccer is “Bend it like Beckham,” but in the MSU men’s soccer team’s 1-0 win against Oregon State Friday afternoon, it should have been “Bend it like Thelen.”