Michigan State's impressive second-half run came to its conclusion on Sunday afternoon, as the Spartans fell at No. 1 Notre Dame, 3-0, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. MSU concludes its season with a 12-10-1 record. #spartans www.msuspartans.com
In snowy South Bend, Ind., the Michigan State men's soccer team (14-6-3) fell 2-1 to No. 3-seed Notre Dame in the NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal on Saturday night. Though the Spartans came back with a header from Jay Chapman after a two-goal deficit, they were unable to obtain the equalizer as time expired in the second half.
The Michigan State men's soccer team defeated Bowling Green, 1-0 on Wednesday evening at DeMartin Stadium. It marks the fourth shutout for the Spartans in five games. With the victory, the Spartans are now 4-1-0, while the Falcons own a 1-3-2 record.
Amid 20 degree temperatures and 11 mph winds, the 11th-seeded Michigan State men's soccer team kept its season alive in dramatic fashion, scoring late into double overtime to advance past Louisville 1-0 in the NCAA Tournament Second Round on Sunday. Junior Tim Kreutz' header 6:29 into the second OT advanced the Spartans (13-5-3), who will face sixth-seeded Georgetown on Sunday, Dec. 1.
Continuing conference play, the No. 22 Michigan State men's soccer team (8-3-3, 1-2-1) will complete its road stretch with the defending NCAA Champions Indiana (5-10-1, 1-3-0). The game will take place on Friday, Nov. 1 at 3 p.m. ET at the Bill Armstrong Stadium in Bloomington.
In their first overtime match of the season, Michigan State battled No. 3 Creighton on Tuesday night at Morrison Stadium in Omaha, Neb., to a 2-2 deadlock in double overtime. With the tie, the Spartans are now 4-1-1, while the Bluejays now own a 5-1-1 (1-0-0 BIG EAST) record.
The Michigan State men's soccer team was selected as a No. 11 overall seed in the 2013 NCAA Tournament, as announced on Monday afternoon on NCAA.com. The Spartans (12-5-3) will host the winner of Louisville and Denver at DeMartin Stadium on Sunday at 1 p.m.
In a game that was a tight defensive battle throughout, the Michigan State men's soccer team downed No. 21 Indiana, 2-1, in the quarterfinals of the 2012 Big Ten men's soccer tournament. The Spartans, now 9-9-1 overall, advance to Friday's semifinal to take on No. 1 seed Penn State. Adam Montague and Ryan Keener were the goal scorers for the #Spartans.