Detroit 2, UIC 2 (2OT)
Northern Kentucky 0, Valparaiso 0 (2OT)
Cleveland State 1, Belmont 0
Oakland 1, Green Bay 0
Wright State 1, Milwaukee 0
Second Half Rally Gives Titans Sixth-Straight Draw
The University of Detroit Mercy men's soccer team used two second-half goals to pull even with UIC, and the Titans held strong defensively the rest of the way to earn their fifth-straight draw in Horizon League play.
The tie was Detroit's sixth consecutive overall. Read more
Men's Soccer Plays to 2-2 Draw at Detroit
The UIC men's soccer team (6-4-3, 3-0-2 HL) kept its unbeaten Horizon League record intact on Saturday as it battled to a double-overtime 2-2 draw with Detroit (3-2-8, 0-0-5 HL) at Titan Field. The Flames held a 2-0 lead with goals from Manny Chavez and Thomas Villamil, but gave up a pair of tallies to the Titans in the second half. Read more
Norse battle Crusaders to 0-0 draw
The Northern Kentucky University men' soccer team (6-4-3, 3-1-3 Horizon League) battled Valparaiso (6-3-4, 2-1-1 Horizon League) to a 0-0 draw in a League tilt on Saturday.
"We had a full week to regroup and put more conviction into our play," NKU head coach John Basalyga said. "Valpo had their chances and we had our chances. A.J. Fleak came up really big for us in goal. Overall, we did a much better job than in our previous game." Read more
Crusaders Earn Hard-Fought Draw at Northern Kentucky
The Valparaiso University men’s soccer team earned yet another result Saturday afternoon at Northern Kentucky in Highland Heights, Ky., as the Crusaders’ sixth clean sheet in their last eight matches was enough for a 0-0 draw to earn a point in the Horizon League standings.
"It was fun to get a chance to play here in Kentucky against a good NKU side for the first time,” said Crusader head coach Mike Avery. “NKU has one of the nicest soccer facilities in the league, are talented and well-coached, and have obviously been a great addition to the league. We left a few really good chances on the table today, so we felt like we did enough to take all three points, but to be fair to NKU, they had a few good looks as well.” Read more
Zamora Goal, Second Straight Shutout Lift Vikings Over Belmont
The Cleveland State men's soccer team won its third straight game on Saturday night, topping Belmont 1-0.
The Vikings improved to 6-6-1 (2-3-1) while the Bruins dropped to 3-10-1 (1-4-0). The win was the 250th career win for CSU head coach Ali Kazemaini and gave the Vikings a slight 3-2 all-time series advantage over the Bruins. Read more
Overtaken in Ohio
The Belmont University men's soccer team (3-10-1, 1-4-0) saw its two-game winning streak snapped as it fell at the hands of the Cleveland State Vikings, 1-0, Saturday evening in Cleveland.
"We played well. They just were able to put away their chance and we weren't," said Head Coach Bryan Green. "We had several chances and their keeper made two huge saves and the others just missed the target." Read more
OAKLAND BLANKS GREEN BAY, 1-0
Eliott Tarney recorded his third shutout of the season while Austin Ricci delivered the game-winning goal off a free kick from Jacob VanderLaan to give Oakland (5-6-1, 2-2-1 HL) and 1-0 road win over Green Bay on Saturday night. Read more
Green Bay Handed First Home Loss, Falls 1-0 to Oakland
Green Bay welcomed Oakland to Aldo Santaga this evening to continue its 2015 Horizon League slate. The Phoenix (2-6-3, 2-2-2) allowed a goal in the seventh minute of play to fall behind early and was unable to find the equalizer in the remainder of the match, falling 1-0 to the Golden Grizzlies (5-6-1, 2-2-1) under the lights of Aldo Santaga Stadium. Read more
Men's Soccer Edges Milwaukee
A Jackson Dietrich goal late in the first half turned out to be the only score of the contest as the Wright State men's soccer team won 1-0 at Milwaukee Saturday night.
Dietrich's goal came at the 36:44 mark as he connected on a shot to the near post on the right side. It was the third goal of the season for the freshman midfielder. Sophomore defender was credited with his second assist of the year. Read more
Lone Goal By Raiders Sets Back Panthers, 1-0
Jackson Dietrich's first-half goal was enough to help Wright State University to a 1-0 victory over the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee men's soccer team Saturday evening at Engelmann Stadium.
The Panthers (3-8-2, 1-4-1 Horizon League) continue to create numerous scoring chances night after night, but could not find a way to stop the Raiders (8-3-1, 3-2-1 Horizon League) from escaping with the victory. Read more