The defending Big Ten Tournament champion MSU men’s soccer team will attempt to defend its tournament title starting Thursday.
The MSU men’s soccer team is going to have its hands full tonight against No. 1 Akron. The Spartans’ five-game unbeaten streak is on the line as the team travels to undefeated Akron (15-0-0), a team MSU head coach Damon Rensing called “the best team we will play all season.”
It was a tale of two halves for the MSU men’s soccer team Wednesday. The Spartans played the first half without a sense of urgency, but came out of the gates flying in the second half, scoring both goals within the first six minutes en route to a 2-1 victory over Bowling Green at DeMartin Stadium at Old College Field.
The MSU men’s soccer team came out flying in the first half of its midweek nonconference match against Valparaiso on Wednesday at DeMartin Stadium at Old College Field, scoring two goals within 11 minutes and completely controlling possession.
Tim Granaderos rolled the dice when he decided to come to MSU. After losing interest in soccer during his early high school years and almost quitting the game altogether, Granaderos didn’t receive any scholarship offers from Division I colleges.
The No. 17 MSU men’s soccer team is on a roll. After easily winning both games in this weekend’s Michigan Invitational in Ann Arbor, the Spartans are prepping for a road trip to California for their last two nonconference games before kicking off the Big Ten schedule against Ohio State on Sept. 27 at DeMartin Stadium at Old College Field.