The Northern Michigan University men’s soccer team is looking to win three of four games this weekend in the GLIAC. They beat Purdue Northwest, Northwood University, and Indiana University. Next up, the team will take on North Park in a key matchup. Read on to learn more about this year’s NMU team. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the men’s soccer team’s recent wins.
In a tough matchup, the Northern Michigan University men’s soccer team defeated Northwood 1-0 on Saturday afternoon at the Stub Hub Center. The Wildcats held the advantage in possession and outshot the Timberwolves 23-10 in shots on goal and overall. The NMU defense played well, making five saves. The scoring was even at a goal apiece, with five different players recording two shots on goal.
The Timberwolves took the lead in the 62nd minute, after the Wildcats had conceded a penalty kick for a handball. Charlie Evans put a cross into the box, but a Wildcat defender handled the ball and earned a penalty kick. Lirim Shefkiu stepped up to take the kick and buried it in the bottom right corner. The Wildcats had their best chance to tie the game in the 80th minute, but the Timberwolves’ defense held firm.
The Northern Michigan University men’s soccer team defeated the Timberwolves in its quarterfinal match at the GLIAC Tournament on Sunday. The Wildcats improved their record to 11-7-1 with the win. Northwood will play Parkside University in the semifinal matchup on Friday. The scoreline is a good sign for the Wildcats as they are only a day away from making the finals of the tournament.
The Northern Michigan University men’s soccer team will play two games on the road this weekend. Their first matchup is at the defending GLIAC Regular-Season Champions, Saginaw Valley State. Then, the team is back home in Marquette, Mich. for a two-match weekend slate. In addition to Northwood, the team will take on Purdue University Northwest and Davenport University.
The Northern Michigan University men’s soccer team beat Purdue Northwest, 1-0, on Sunday afternoon. The Huskies started well, outshooting the Pioneers 12-11 and five-to-three on goal. Noah Eklund, Ryan Palmbaum and Kaffie Kurz each had two shots on goal. Markus Sandstad had one shot on goal. Northern’s Alex Weaver recorded three saves to record his first shutout of the season.
The Peacocks outshot the Timberwolves 25-6, and had 11 shots on goal to the Timberwolves’ two. Seven Peacocks had at least two shots. A 1-0 lead at halftime was all NU needed to advance. A 2-0 lead would be enough to get the Huskies to the NCAA Tournament. The Peacocks will face Purdue Northwest again next Saturday at the Purdue Northwest soccer tournament.
NMU men’s soccer team had one less loss against the Purdue Northwest. After beating Purdue Northwest, they host two games this weekend. First up is Upper Iowa on Friday, September 1 at 7 p.m. Then, on Sunday, NMU plays Wisconsin-Parkside, an opponent that finished second in the GLIAC last season. Then, on October 23, the Huskies play St. Cloud State.
Northwood’s men’s soccer team is off to its best start since 2002. In four games this season, NU has netted 16 goals, compared to nine in nine games last spring. The Huskies are now 1-2-0 after beating Purdue Northwest. Chris Escalante and August Hunter both had assists, and goalkeeper Robert Gjelaj recorded his first shutout of the season.
NMU men’s soccer team beats Indiana University
The Northern Michigan University men’s soccer team has finally found its stride, after a disappointing road trip. After beating Purdue Northwest 2-0 on Friday, the team will host St. Cloud State today and Upper Iowa on Sunday. Northern has one more regular-season game remaining, and will play Wisconsin-Parkside on Thursday. It has won nine of its past 10 games and sits eighth in the GLIAC.
The victory was a testament to the Wolverines’ strong defense and goalkeeper Hayden Evans’ excellent play. Evans made seven saves against an Indiana offense to earn his fourth win of the season. In the first half, the Michigan Wolverines had two legitimate scoring opportunities. A Kevin Buca turnover deep in the Indiana offensive third led to a one-two with Inaki Rodriguez. Later in the half, senior Marc Ybarra had a penalty kick opportunity that fell just wide of the goal, but the keeper saved it because of Indiana’s defender, Roman Celentano.
The scoreboard was tipped at halftime, but it wasn’t enough to determine the winner. The game will now be decided in overtime. The final score will probably come down to the game’s first goal. The final score will be announced on Tuesday. Marshall’s goalkeeper Dylan Bastin made three saves and gave Trine a 3-0 lead. Neither team can afford to give up, though, and they will now play Albion on Tuesday, Oct. 8.
Indiana University has a history of dominating the series, and this record is still very impressive. The Hoosiers have won 11 Big Ten tournament titles, and eight of their fourteen regular season titles. Since 1991, they’ve produced 13 players for the United States men’s national team, six Olympians, and six World Cup participants. The Hoosiers have dominated the league for so long that they have earned 52 All-America honors.
The Northern Michigan University men’s soccer team has three non-conference games before the start of the fall season. On Thursday, the team faces Judson University of Elgin, Illinois, and on Sunday, NMU hosts Quincy University of Illinois. Both games will be played at the University Center. While both teams are in need of a win, the Wildcats hope to bounce back from last season’s hiccups.
The Wildcats return 25 players from last season and bring in 13 newcomers. That makes for a roster of 38 players – the most in program history. The roster also includes four players who are eligible for the COVID-19 tournament. Regardless of the team’s record, they’re sure to face a tough opponent. And despite their record, they’ll be up for the challenge.
The semifinal field for the 2021 NCAA DIII men’s soccer tournament has been set. Two teams from the same conference, UChicago and Chicago, both won their quarterfinals on Saturday. The other two teams are Connecticut College, Wash. & Lee, and UChicago. Assuming the winners of these three games, they’ll advance to the championship game. The winner will be crowned the NCAA DIII men’s soccer championship.
The Northern Michigan University men’s soccer team is attempting to complete a hat-trick against the Hoosiers, who are 9-2 on the season. The Thundering Herd is coming off a 2-1 win over Lake Erie last week. On Tuesday, the Thundering Herd will host the 1-5 Wright State Raiders, who are coming off their first win of the season.
The first half was a tight one, with neither team able to score. Despite being outshot by four goals to one, the Wildcats had nearly twice as many shots and corners as the Timberwolves. The first half was the most competitive, with the Wildcats having 55 percent of the ball. However, the Wildcats equalized late in regulation, and with only five minutes left to play, the first goal of the year by a freshman forward. This goal made the game a 1-1 tie at the end of 90 minutes.
The Michigan State men’s soccer team has a lot to celebrate. With ten seniors, the Spartans honored nine of them for their contributions to the program. They were led by Hunter Barone, Robbie Cort, John Freitag, Luke Menne, and Jimmy Hague. In addition to the 10 points earned by the Spartans, Hague recorded two shutouts, making him the second-leading goalkeeper in Big Ten history.
Despite the lopsided scoreline, the Spartans had plenty of talent to make the Big Ten final. The Spartans are ranked second in the conference in points scored, while Indiana is first in goals scored. Their five goals were scored by DeJuan Jones and Ryan Sierakowski. Farai Mutatu and Hunter Barone are second in game-winning goals. In addition, goalkeeper Jimmy Hague has won seven shutouts this season and is second in the league in goals against average and save percentage. In addition, junior Giuseppe Barone has eight assists in 15 games.