Behind a pair of second-half goals from Michael Pimlott and Ryan Sierakowski, No. 9 Michigan State men’s soccer defeated Northwestern, 2-0, in a Big Ten Conference soccer match at Northwestern’s Lanny and Sharon Martin Stadium.
Every time redshirt senior defenseman Ryan Scott suits up in the Green and White, he is reminded of the privilege to represent MSU Athletics and every opportunity Michigan State has given him, both on and off the field.
No. 9 Michigan State men’s soccer hits the road to take on Northwestern on Friday, Oct. 20 at 8 p.m. (ET) at Lanny and Sharon Martin Stadium. The Spartans enter the pivotal Big Ten game with a 10-2-2 record overall and a 4-0-2 mark in league play. Northwestern is currently 5-9-0 overall and 1-5-0 in B1G action. This is the final regular-season road trip for MSU.
Despite non-stop rain, No. 6 Michigan State men’s soccer shut down Penn State, 1-0, at a soggy DeMartin Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The win was the 100th career victory for Spartan head coach Damon Rensing.
No. 6 Michigan State men’s soccer finally returns home after a season-long three game road trip. The Spartans return to the friendly confines of DeMartin Stadium to take on Penn State on Saturday, Oct. 14 at 3 p.m. It is the first half of a doubleheader with the MSU women’s team who takes on Michigan at 6 p.m.
If you ask Rensing about his 100th career win for the now No. 6 Spartans, he’ll just say “it’s just another win.”“Us coaches, we’re so ingrained in the season,” Rensing said. “All I care about is beating Wisconsin. I’ll think about (the 100th win) for five seconds, and then I’ll be thinking ‘Oh God, we got to play West Virginia.”But that’s who Rensing is. A coach that never puts his personal feats in front of the team he’s coaching and makes sure the players and the team come first.
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No. 6 Michigan State men’s soccer concluded a tough three-game road trip with a 1-0 loss to West Virginia In Morgantown, West Virginia on Wednesday night. The Spartans fell to 9-2-2 overall this season and 1-1-1 during the tough three-game road trip. West Virginia improved to 7-3-3 this year.
No. 6 Michigan State men’s soccer completes its three-game road trip on Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. ET. The Spartans (9-1-2, 3-0-2 B1G) will travel to Morgantown to take on West Virginia (6-3-3, 0-0-1 MAC). The Spartans have gone 2-0-1 in their last three games, defeating No. 16 Ohio State and No. 12 Western Michigan and tying Wisconsin.
No. 6 Michigan State men’s soccer battled both Wisconsin and the windy and rainy conditions to earn a 1-1 double overtime tie at McClimon Complex in Madison, Wisconsin Saturday night. The Spartans earned another point in Big Ten play, tying Indiana for second place with 11 points. MSU moves to 9-1-2 overall and 3-0-2 in Big Ten action, which is its best league start in school history. Wisconsin is now 7-2-3 overall and 3-1-1 in B1G play.
No. 6 Michigan State men’s soccer remains on the road for the second of a three-game road swing on Saturday, Oct. 7 at 8 p.m. ET. The Spartans (9-1-1, 3-0-1 B1G) will take on Wisconsin (7-2-2, 3-1-0 B1G). The Spartans have won two-straight games, defeating No. 16 Ohio State and No. 12 Western Michigan.
In front of a record-setting crowd at WMU Soccer Complex, tough defense and timely offense led No. 6 Michigan State men’s soccer past No. 12 Western Michigan, 1-0, in front of over 3,000 fans on Wednesday.
No. 6 Michigan State men’s soccer hits the road to begin a season-long three-game road trip. The Spartans open the week in an in-state battle with No. 12 Western Michigan at WMU Soccer Complex on Wednesday, Oct. 4 at 4:30 p.m.
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No. 4 Michigan State men’s soccer had an offensive explosion stopping No. 16 Ohio State, 5-1, on Alumni Day at DeMartin Stadium Sunday.SU celebrated the induction of former head coach Joe Baum’s induction into the Michigan State Hall of Fame at halftime along with other Spartan alumni. The five goals were the most scored by the Spartans since defeating Washington, 5-0, in 2010. MSU improves to 8-1-1 overall and 3-0-1 in Big Ten action. The Spartans handed the Buckeyes their first B1G loss of the season as OSU fell to 7-2-1 overall and 3-1-0 in league play.
No. 4 Michigan State men’s soccer returns home to face their fifth-straight ranked team, hosting No. 16 Ohio State on Sunday, Oct. 1 at 3 p.m. The game will be streamed on BTN Plus. The game is the second half of a doubleheader with the Michigan State women’s team, who take on Iowa at 12 p.m.
The No. 6 MSU men’s soccer team is off to a hot start to the season, having a 7-0-1 record, which makes them the first undefeated Spartan team this far into the season since the 1968 team, even though they fell short of starting 8-0-0 like the 1968 team did all those years ago
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No. 4 Michigan State men’s soccer had its eight-game unbeaten streak come to an end on Wednesday after a 4-1 loss to No. 24 Akron on the road. With the loss, MSU is now 7-1-1 this season, while Akron improves to 4-2-1 this season. The Zips were the fourth-straight ranked team that Michigan State had faced. MSU is now 2-1-1 against ranked teams.
No. 4 Michigan State men’s soccer will face its fourth-straight ranked team, traveling to No. 24 Akron on Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. The game will be televised on ESPN3.
Michigan State goalkeeper Jimmy Hague earned Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week by the league after a stellar performance in MSU’s 0-0 double overtime tie against No. 3 Maryland last week. Hague, a redshirt-junior goalkeeper from Walled Lake, Michigan, earned his second Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week honor this season. This was the third career honor for Hague who also was honored by the league on Oct. 4, 2016. The goalkeeper had a clean sheet against the Terrapins and tied his career high with seven saves.