Junior midfielder Jack Beck, junior foward Farai Mutatu, and sophomore defender Nick Stone were named to the All-Big Ten second team, while freshman midfielder Jack Zugay earned All-Freshman honors. Beck, Mutatu, and Stone are all earning their first All-Big Ten honors.
No. 6-seed Michigan State men’s soccer will face No. 3-seed Michigan on Saturday, April 10 at 2 p.m. in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament in Ann Arbor. The game will be broadcast on the Big Ten Network.
Redshirt-sophomore Will Perkins was named Big Ten Men’s Soccer Defensive Player of the Week. Perkins, a defender from Detroit, Michigan, earned the Spartans’ first Player of the Week this year honor after guiding Michigan State to its first two-win week of the season. In a win against Wisconsin on March 31 Perkins scored his first career goal in the Spartans’ 4-1 victory. In Michigan State’s 1-0 road win against Ohio State on April 4, he provided the assist on the game-winning goal.
Junior midfielder Jack Beck’s long-range blast in the 73rd minute guided the Michigan State men’s soccer to a 1-0 win over Ohio State in Columbus, Ohio in the Spartans’ regular-season finale.
With a spot in the Big Ten Tournament on the line, the Michigan State men’s soccer team exploded for a demonstrative 4-1 win over Wisconsin on Senior Day at DeMartin Stadium.
Michigan State men’s soccer will play its final regular-season game at DeMartin Stadium on Wednesday, March 31 against Wisconsin. Kick off is set for 2 p.m. and the game will be broadcast on Big Ten Network+. The Spartans (2-6) look to snap a three-game losing streak, including losses to No. 23 Indiana and No. 10 Michigan. Wisconsin stands 1-6-1, capturing its first win of the season against Ohio State on March. 19.
Michigan State men’s soccer lost a heartbreaking overtime game to No. 10 Michigan, 2-1, on a sunny Spring day at DeMartin Stadium on Tuesday. With the loss, the Spartans fall to 2-6 this season, losing three-straight games.
Michigan State men’s soccer returns home to the friendly confines of DeMartin to take on No. 10 Michigan on Tuesday, March 23 at 2 p.m. The game will be televised on the Big Ten Network.
Despite a quick flurry at the end of the game, Michigan State men’s soccer lost to Maryland, 2-1, Friday afternoon in College Park. With the loss, the Spartans fall to 2-5 this season, while the Terrapins improved to 3-3.
Michigan State men’s soccer concludes a tough two-game road trip, facing Maryland on Friday, March 19 at 2 p.m. The Spartans come to College Park with a 2-4 record, while Maryland is 2-3 this season.
Michigan State men’s soccer had an early lead at No. 23 Indiana Monday afternoon, before the Hoosiers netted two second-half goals, including the game-winning goal in the final minutes, to top the short-handed Spartans, 2-1, at a cold and rain-drenched IU Jerry Yeagley Field at Bill Armstrong Stadium.
For the first time this season, Michigan State men’s soccer will play a true home game, taking on Northwestern on Thursday, March 11 at DeMartin Stadium at 1 p.m.
Michigan State men’s soccer fell to Ohio State, 2-0, Wednesday in its first game outside at Lansing Catholic High School. “First of all, I want to thank Lansing Catholic, our event management, Seth Kesler, our grounds crew and everybody that helped get this game going. Soccer is a sport that needs to be played outside, and obviously we have had to play inside a couple days due to weather. Today, it was 45 degrees today and sunny, so I am really thankful for this opportunity for our student-athletes,” MSU head coach Damon Rensing said.
Michigan State men’s soccer will play its first game outside this season, hosting Ohio State on Wednesday, March 3 at Lansing Catholic High School. Kickoff is set for 12 p.m.
Playing their first out-of-state road game, the Michigan State men’s soccer team won a hard defensive battle, 1-0, with a goal from junior midfielder Jack Beck at No. 20 Penn State at Holuba Hall Saturday afternoon.
Michigan State men’s soccer remains on the road to take on Penn State on Saturday, Feb. 27 at 2 p.m. The game will be run indoors, at Holuba Hall in State College, Pennsylvania. Saturday’s showdown between the Spartans and Nittany Lions will have live stats and be streamed on Big Ten Network + with links available at MSUSpartans.com.
Playing its second-straight game indoors, the Michigan State men’s soccer team lost a tight, 1-0, battle to in-state rival Michigan at the Legacy Center Tuesday night.
In an unusual home opener, the Michigan State men’s soccer team fell to Rutgers, 2-0, at Schoolcraft College in Livonia, Michigan on Friday. The indoor dome at Schoolcraft acted as the Spartans’ home for the first game of the season due to inclement weather in East Lansing. Michigan State falls to 0-1 overall, while Rutgers improves to 1-0. This was MSU’s first-ever loss to the Scarlet Knights, holding a 5-1-1 mark against Rutgers.
Ahead of its highly-anticipated season opener, the Michigan State men’s soccer team had three players named to the Big Ten Players to Watch list on Thursday. The Spartans will open the season on Friday, Feb. 19 against Rutgers at Schoolcraft College at 1 p.m.Senior midfielder Michael Miller, junior midfielder Jack Beck and junior forward Farai Mutatu were all named Big Ten Players to Watch. During the 2018 season, both Beck and Mutatu were named to the Big Ten All-Freshman team.
Former Michigan State midfielder Giuseppe Barone was drafted in the third round of the Major League Soccer SuperDraft Thursday, taken as the 63rd overall pick by the Club de Football Montréal (formerly known as the Montréal Impact).