For the second time this season, freshman forward Farai Mutatu has scored with less than four minutes left in regulation to guide No. 4 Michigan State past No. 8 Notre Dame, 1-0, on Monday night at Alumni Stadium.
No. 4 Michigan State men’s soccer concludes a two-game roads swing against No. 8 Notre Dame on Monday, Sept. 17 at 7 p.m. The Spartans hold a 5-0-2 record this season after a 2-2 tie at Yale on Sept. 14. The Irish are 3-1-1 this season. Notre Dame had it last game against Virginia postponed due the threat of Hurricane Florence.
On the road for the second time this season, the No. 4 Michigan State men’s soccer team battled to a 2-2 double overtime draw against Yale in New Haven, Conn. on Friday night. MSU met a familiar face as the Bulldogs’ head coach, Kylie Stannard, is a former Michigan State associate head coach (2008-14).
No. 4 Michigan State men’s soccer returns to the road for a pair of road games, beginning with a game at Yale on Friday, Sept. 14 at 7 p.m. The Spartans improve to 5-0-1 this season after a 4-2 win on Sept. 10 against Oakland. Yale holds a 1-2-0 mark this season.
Jones, a senior forward from Lansing, Michigan, earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors after a nine-point performance. He scored two goals in a win against Bowling Green on Sept. 7 and managed to top that with two goals and an assist in a victory over Oakland on Sept. 10. This is the third award for Jones who also was last honored by the league on Sept. 12, 2017. The senior scored twice in the second half to lead the Spartans to a 2-1 win. He currently leads the team in scoring with five goals
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Another two-goal performance from senior forward DeJuan Jones led No. 3 Michigan State men’s soccer past in-state rival Oakland, 4-2, at DeMartin Stadium on Tuesday.
After a brief one-game road test, the No. 3 Michigan State men’s soccer team returns home to the friendly confines of DeMartin Stadium on Monday, Sept. 10 against in-state rival Oakland at 7 p.m. “Oakland is solid; they have a little more going forward in the attack. Eric Pogue has done a great job at Oakland. It will be tough home game for us. It is always a little different when it is an in-state rivalry. It will be a fun game, and a tough battle,” MSU head coach Damon Rensing said.
In its first road test of the season, the No. 3 Michigan State men’s soccer team shut down Bowling Green, 3-0, at rowdy Cochrane Stadium on Friday. Seniors DeJuan Jones and Ryan Sierakowski added all the offense that Michigan State needed.
No. 3 Michigan State men’s soccer hits the road for the first time this season, taking on Bowling Green under the lights on Friday, Sept. 7 at 7 p.m. at Cochrane Stadium.
Behind a five-point performance from senior forward Ryan Sierakowski, the No. 5 Michigan State men’s soccer team closed out its four-game homestand with a dominating 5-1 win over UC Riverside Monday at hot and humid DeMartin Stadium.
Michigan State men’s soccer will take on UC Riverside in a Labor Day battle on Monday, Sept. 3 at 1 p.m. The game against the Highlanders concludes a season-long four-game homestand. After the first three games, MSU holds a 2-0-1 record.
No. 5 Michigan State men’s soccer remained undefeated at home with a 3-2 win over Canisius at DeMartin Stadium. Three Spartans found the back in MSU’s best offensive performance of the season.
No. 5 Michigan State men’s soccer continues its season-long four-game homestand on Friday, Aug. 31, hosting Canisius at 3 p.m. Kicking off a busy day, as the MSU football team opens the season at 7 p.m., the Spartans take on the Griffin for their third-straight home game. MSU is 1-0-1 after a win against South Florida and a double overtime tie against Tulsa last week.
The Spartan defense had another strong showing, as the No. 7 Michigan State men’s soccer team battle to a 0-0 double overtime draw against Tulsa on a humid day at DeMartin Stadium on Sunday afternoon. With the tie both the Spartans and the Golden Hurricane move to 1-0-1 this season.
Michigan State men’s soccer continues its four-match homestand on Sunday, Aug. 26, hosting Tulsa at DeMartin Stadium at 1 p.m. Both teams won their season openers with the Spartans stopping South Florida, and Tulsa beating No. 21 Michigan, 2-1, in Ann Arbor on Friday night. The Big Ten teams and the American Athletic Conference squads will switch opponents for Sunday’s battles.
Boosted by freshman forward Farai Mutatu’s first career goal in his Spartan debut, No. 7 Michigan State men’s soccer beat the Bulls of South Florida, 1-0, Friday night at DeMartin Stadium in MSU’s 2018 season opener.
No. 7 Michigan State men’s soccer closed out the preseason with a hard-fought 0-0 tie against Xavier on Friday at the Shindigz National Soccer Festival in Fort Wayne, Indiana. In a game that saw almost an hour delay due to lighting, the Spartans were forced to adapt to the conditions.
No. 7 Michigan State soccer will conclude its exhibition schedule against Xavier on Friday, Aug. 17 at 6 p.m. at the Shindigz National Soccer Festival in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
No. 7 Michigan State men’s soccer team was voted second in the Big Ten Preseason Coaches Poll, as voted on by the B1G coaches on Wednesday. Seniors Jimmy Hague, DeJuan Jones and Ryan Sierakowski were also named to the Big Ten Preseason honors list.