Michigan State women’s soccer saw two players drafted in the 2023 National Women’s Soccer League Draft presented by Ally, marking the first time multiple Spartans had been selected in program history. Senior forward Lauren DeBeau was the first Spartan off the board, taken with the 12th pick in the second round by Portland Thorns FC. The Pacific Northwest came calling once again, as the Thorns took graduate goalkeeper Lauren Kozal with the eighth pick of the third round.
Michigan State women’s soccer senior goalkeeper Lauren Kozal was named a semifinalist for the 2022 Women’s MAC Hermann Trophy, the Missouri Athletic Club announced Wednesday afternoon. The goalkeeper from Ada, Michigan, becomes the first Spartan to garner recognition as a Hermann Trophy Semifinalist in program history.
One of the greatest stories in collegiate soccer, and the winningest season in program history came to a close Friday afternoon, as the No. 6 Michigan State women’s soccer team fell in a 1-0 contest against the No. 17 TCU Horned Frogs in the second round of the 2022 NCAA Championships from Alumni Stadium on the campus of the University of Notre Dame.
Sixth-ranked and fourth-seeded Michigan State women’s soccer prepares for only its third second-round NCAA Tournament game in program history, as the Spartans challenge the 17th-ranked and fifth-seeded TCU Horned Frogs in a 2 p.m. fixture from Alumni Soccer Stadium on Friday, Nov. 18.
Sixth-ranked and fourth-seeded Michigan State women’s soccer registered a heart-stopping 3-2 double-overtime victory over the Milwaukee Panthers in the opening round of the 2022 NCAA Women’s Soccer Championships on Friday evening at DeMartin Stadium. The Green & White reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament for only the third time in program history and published a win in their first-ever home game in the Big Dance.
Sixth-ranked and fourth-seeded Michigan State women’s soccer prepares for its first NCAA Tournament contest since 2009, and the first NCAA Tournament game at home in program history, as the Spartans welcome the Milwaukee Panthers to DeMartin Stadium for a 6 p.m. kick on Friday, Nov. 11.
The 2022 Big Ten Conference regular season champion Michigan State women’s soccer program welcomed 10 future Spartans into the fray, as head coach Jeff Hosler announced MSU’s class following Wednesday’s National Signing Day.
For the first time since the 2009 season, the Michigan State Spartans earned an at-large bid into the 2022 NCAA Women’s Soccer Championships, as announced Monday. The Green & White will make their fifth NCAA Tournament appearance in program history, and first in 13 years.
Michigan State’s historic run through the 2022 Big Ten Women’s Soccer Tournament came to a close in the championship game, as Penn State defeated MSU by a 3-2 margin on Sunday at Lower.com Field.
Sixth-ranked and top-seeded Michigan State women’s soccer seeks its first Big Ten Tournament title, as the Spartans face 21st-ranked and sixth-seeded Penn State on Sunday, Nov. 6. Kick time for the B1G Championship is set for 2 p.m. at Lower.com Field, the home of Major League Soccer’s Columbus Crew.
For the first time in program history, the Michigan State women’s soccer team earned a spot in the Big Ten Tournament championship game, and set a single-season program record with 16 wins during the 2022 campaign. The top-seeded Spartans defeated the fourth-seeded Nebraska Cornhuskers by a 2-1 margin in Thursday afternoon’s semifinal from Lower.com Field, the home of Major League Soccer’s Columbus Crew.
Sixth-ranked and top-seeded Michigan State women’s soccer continues its run in the 2022 Big Ten Tournament, as the Spartans get set for a semifinal matchup against fourth-seeded Nebraska on Thursday, Nov. 3. Kick time between MSU and Nebraska is set for 2 p.m. from Lower.com Field, the home of Major League Soccer’s Columbus Crew.
Michigan State women’s soccer sophomore forward Jordyn Wickes earned a place on both the TopDrawerSoccer and College Soccer News National Team of the Week, while senior goalkeeper Lauren Kozal was named to the NCAA Soccer Best XI, each organization announced Tuesday.
Sixth-ranked and top-seeded Michigan State women’s soccer went down by a goal less than five minutes into the game, but responded with a pair of goals from sophomore forward Jordyn Wickes to notch a come-from-behind 2-1 win over the eighth-seeded Minnesota Golden Gophers in the quarterfinals of the 2022 Big Ten Tournament at DeMartin Stadium on Sunday.
The top-seeded and sixth-ranked Michigan State women’s soccer team opens the 2022 Big Ten Tournament on Sunday, Oct. 30, as the Spartans welcome eighth-seeded Minnesota to DeMartin Stadium for a 4 p.m. Quarterfinal kick on Big Ten Network.
The Big Ten Champion Michigan State women’s soccer team garnered 11 different B1G Yearly Accolades as announced by the league office on Thursday, marking a program record for annual awards in a single season. The Spartans earned four individual accolades as voted on by the league’s 14 coaches, with senior Lauren DeBeau named Forward of the Year, graduate Ruby Diodati chosen as Defender of the Year, senior Lauren Kozal announced as Goalkeeper of the Year and head coach Jeff Hosler voted as the conference’s Coach of the Year.
Big Ten champion and top-seeded No. 6 Michigan State women’s soccer will be featured on Big Ten Network for the third time in 2022, as the Spartans play host to the eighth-seeded Minnesota Golden Gophers in their Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal matchup from DeMartin Stadium on Sunday, Oct. 30. Kick time between MSU and Minnesota is set for 4 p.m.
No. 6 Michigan State women’s soccer completed its undefeated run through the Big Ten Conference regular season on Sunday afternoon, as the Spartans downed the No. 14 Rutgers Scarlet Knights by a 1-0 margin on a brilliant goal from senior forward Lauren DeBeau at the north end of DeMartin Stadium.