Closing in on her senior season at Northville High School, Jamie Cheslik went out in a most memorable way. Most players would be excited to know they won the state championship game, but for Cheslik, scoring the winning goal was just the icing on top of it all. Moments like these would only continue to happen for her, only now she would be representing the Green and White of Michigan State.
Michigan State women’s soccer is on their last road trip of the season to take on the Terps in College Park, Maryland. Kick is set for 7 p.m., and the match will be streamed on BTN Plus.
For senior captain Morgan McKerchie, her passion for soccer was ignited at a young age and her love for the sport has only intensified with every game.
On a wet and windy Sunday afternoon, Michigan State women’s soccer battled to defeat Michigan, 2-1, at DeMartin Stadium. Junior forward Lexy Warner and senior forward Kristelle Yewah netted goals in the win. The Spartans improve to 2-7-0 in conference contests, and 6-10-0 overall.
As the season winds down, Michigan State women’s soccer hosts Michigan at DeMartin Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 14 at 6 p.m. This marks the 32nd meeting between the in-state rivals, and the match will be streamed on BTN Plus. The match is a double-header with men’s soccer at 3 p.m., and those wearing youth soccer jerseys will get in free.
On Penn State’s senior day, the Nittany Lions bested Michigan State women’s soccer team, 4-0, on a Sunday afternoon match at Jeffrey Field. The Spartans fall to 5-10-0 overall and 1-7-0 in conference match-ups.
Facing their third ranked opponent of the season, Michigan State women’s soccer kept pace with No. 17 Ohio State on Friday night, dropping in a double overtime thriller, 1-0, at Bert L. & Iris S. Wolstein Field.
The Michigan State women’s soccer travels east for its last two-game weekend road trip of the season. The Spartans face the No. 17 Ohio State Buckeyes on Friday, Oct. 6 at 5 p.m. in Columbus, Ohio. MSU then goes up against No. 14 Penn State on Sunday, Oct. 8 at 1 p.m.
Michigan State women’s soccer picked up its first Big Ten Conference win, 3-2, over Iowa on Sunday afternoon at DeMartin Stadium. The Spartans improve to 5-8-0 overall and 1-5-0 in conference meetings.
At kickoff, the match began as a fight for control between the Spartans and the Cornhuskers. Just 20 seconds into the game, Nebraska forward Elyse Huber found an opening and sent a shot toward redshirt sophomore goalkeeper Reilley Ott, but Ott was ready with the save. The Spartans battled for possession of the ball, but allowed a Nebraska shot past the goal line in the seventh minute of the game. In the remaining 43 minutes, Michigan State held the Husker offense and was able to test the defense, though sophomore goalkeeper Aubrei Corder stopped all three shots on goal.
The Michigan State women’s soccer team returns to DeMartin Stadium for a two-game homestand to finish out the month of September and begin the month of October. The Spartans host Nebraska on Friday, Sept. 29 at 6 p.m. and Iowa on Sunday, Oct. 1 at 12 p.m.
An injury-ridden Michigan State women’s soccer team fell to Minnesota, 7-1, on Sunday afternoon at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium. Twenty-three Spartans saw action in the match, four of which were on the field in the Green and White for the first time this season.
The Michigan State women’s soccer team fell to No. 9 Wisconsin in a hard-fought battle that required overtime for a decision on Thursday night at the McClimon Complex.
The Michigan State women’s soccer team continues Big Ten play this week on the road for only the second time this season. The Spartans square off with Wisconsin on Thursday, Sept. 21 at 9 p.m. (ET) on Big Ten Network. The team will then play at Minnesota on Sunday, Sept. 24 at 2 p.m. (ET) on BTN Plus.
Despite a pair of goals, the Michigan State women’s soccer team dropped a 6-2 decision to Purdue on Sunday afternoon at DeMartin Stadium. The Spartans snapped a 126-minute scoring drought in their match against Purdue, but the Boilermakers’ offense was too tough. Michigan State falls to 4-5-0 overall and 0-2-0 in the Big Ten Conference, while Purdue’s conference record remains untarnished at 2-0-0 and 7-2-0 overall.
Despite outshooting Indiana 18-17, the Michigan State women’s soccer team fell in the Big Ten opener, 1-0, at DeMartin Stadium on Thursday.
For senior forward and East Lansing native Kristelle Yewah, playing soccer at MSU wasn’t originally apart of her plans, though you would think that someone would dream to play the sport they loved on the college campus they were basically raised on.Instead, the homegrown product focused all her attention on a school located about one hour south of MSU, a school where the colors blue and yellow are sported by its inhabitants instead of green and white, a school that creates contempt in these parts every time its name is uttered; the University of Michigan.
Source: State News
The Michigan State women’s soccer team begins Big Ten play this week with a pair of teams from Indiana. Michigan State hosts Indiana at 7 p.m. at DeMartin Stadium on Thursday, Sept. 14 in the first conference game of the year before hosting Purdue on Sept. 17 at 1 p.m.
The Spartan women’s soccer team dropped to No. 17 Wake Forest on a rainy Thursday night at DeMartin Stadium, 4-1. Michigan State falls to 4-3-0 in their final non-conference game of the year, while Wake Forest improves to 6-1-0 on the season.
The Michigan State women’s soccer team has a rare, single game this week and all focus is on the No. 17 Wake Forest Demon Deacons. MSU hosts the first-ever meeting between the Spartans and Wake Forest on Thursday, Sept. 7 at 7 p.m. at DeMartin Stadium.