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  • Le Rouge Review: Michigan State, Coastal Carolina extend playoff hopes

    Michigan State: The Spartans, led by Kylie Stannard and Ben Pirmann, edged out Oakland in a 1-0 result in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday. With the win, Michigan State (12-4-5) moves on to play Washington in the quarterfinals on Nov. 30 at 1 p.m.

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    Saginaw Valley State: A 3-0 loss in the NCAA Division-II Tournament on Friday was enough to end the Cardinals’ season in the Round of 16. Michael Lamb, Craig Neal and Zach Vasold all earned a spot in the starting 11. Aleksander Isaevski, typically a critical piece of SVSU’s back line, was not in the lineup. The Cardinals finish their season with a 14-5-2 record.

    Oakland: The Grizzlies earned a 2-0 win at Kentucky in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday. Joey Tinnion, Raphael Reynolds and Shawn Lawson all made the start in the victory. In the second round of the tournament, the Grizzlies couldn’t get past Michigan State (see above), falling 1-0. Tinnion and Lawson combined for three shots on goal in the loss. Oakland caps the season with an overall record of 10-7-3.

    Coastal Carolina: Bret Mollon’s Chanticleers continue to roll along this season. In the first round of the NCAA Tournament, Coastal Carolina earned a 1-0 victory over Florida Gulf Coast on Thursday. Now, the focus turns toward Clemson as the Chanticleers take on the Tigers at 6 p.m. on Nov. 24.

  • Le Rouge Review: Edition Eleven

    Michigan State: Kylie Stannard and Ben Pirmann helped lead the Spartans to the Big Ten Tournament semifinals, but Michigan State played to a 0-0 draw before losing 3-2 in penalty kicks to Maryland on Friday. Despite the loss, the Spartans (4-2-2 Big Ten, 11-4-5 overall) pieced together a superb season and earned the third overall seed in the NCAA Tournament.

    They’ll play their first game on Nov. 23 against the winner of the Oakland/Kentucky matchup. The Spartans will kick off at 1 p.m. in East Lansing, Mich.

    _DSC4737-26 (1)Saginaw Valley State: The Cardinals began their quest for a D-II championship on Nov. 16 in a tilt against Northwood University. Craig Neal netted two goals, and Aleksander Isaevski had two assists in Saginaw Valley State’s 5-2 victory. Michael Lamb also added a goal to the stat sheet in the 58th minute.

    All three DCFC players made the start for the Cardinals, while Zach Vasold was listed as a substitute for the match. Looking ahead, SVSU (9-3-2 GLIAC, 14-4-2) will play in the Round of 16 against Quincy on Nov. 21. The start time has yet to be determined.

    Western Michigan: The Broncos season ended on Nov. 14 after their upset bid fell just short in a 2-1 loss to Akron. Leading in the 70th minute, Western Michigan seemed poised for a well-earned victory, but the Zips were awarded two penalty kicks within five minutes of each other and they converted both. Sean Hazen made the start on the back line, and Connor Furgason was listed as a substitute for the match. The Broncos finish the season with a respectable 8-7-4 record.

    Oakland: The Grizzlies had one memorable weekend in which they captured the Horizon League Tournament championship with a pair of 2-1 wins. On Thursday, Oakland edged out a double-overtime victory against Cleveland State before beating Wright State in the tournament final on Saturday. Joey Tinnion, Raphael Reynolds and Shawn Lawson started both games for the Grizzlies. Tinnion netted the first goal of Saturday’s match in the fifth minute, and Chase Jabbori later entered as a substitute in the second half.

    With the conference title in hand, Oakland (5-0-3 Horizon, 9-6-3) earned its first NCAA Tournament birth since 2010. The Grizzlies will play at Kentucky on Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. for a chance to face off against Michigan State in the second round on Nov. 23.

    Detroit: The Titans lost to Wright State on Thursday, 2-0, in the Horizon League semifinals. Matt Ybarra led the team with two shots on goal, and Cameron Roberts earned a spot in the starting 11. Detroit finishes the year with a 6-2 conference record and an overall mark of 9-7-4.

    Coastal Carolina: Bret Mollon and the rest of the Chanticleers (7-1-1 Big South, 15-5-1) coaching staff enjoyed a great string of success in this weekend’s Big South Tournament. Coastal Carolina beat Longwood and High Point by scores of 2-1 and 4-1, respectively, to advance to the championship match. Against Radford, the Chanticleers eked out a 1-0 victory on Sunday. With the win, Coastal Carolina earned a spot in the NCAA Tournament and will host Florida Gulf Coast in a first-round matchup on Nov. 20 at 6 p.m. The winner of that game will advance to play Clemson on Nov. 23 at a time that has yet to be determined.

  • Le Rouge Review: Edition Ten

    Michigan State: Kylie Stannard and Ben Pirmann’s Spartans beat Indiana in their regular-season finale on Wednesday. The Big Ten Tournament kicked off this weekend, and Michigan State eked out a 1-0 win over Penn State to advance to the semifinals. That match will be played at 3:40 p.m. on Nov. 14 against Maryland. If the Spartans (4-2-2 Big Ten, 11-4-4 overall) win, the championship game is set for Nov. 16 at a time that has yet to be determined.


    Michigan: The Wolverines (3-3-2 Big Ten, 6-9-3) played their archrival, Ohio State, on Wednesday and Sunday this week. Both times — first in the regular-season finale and in the Big Ten Quarterfinals — Michigan lost. Colin McAtee, William Mellors-Blair and Tyler Arnone combined for seven shots in the 1-0, quarterfinal loss. Nick Lewin made the start in both Wednesday’s 2-1 defeat as well as Sunday’s disappointing result. After being knocked out of the Big Ten Tournament, the Wolverines’ season is likely over.

    Saginaw Valley State: After beating Tiffin 2-1 in the GLIAC semifinals on Friday, the Cardinals (9-3-2 GLIAC, 13-4-2) dropped a 1-0 decision to Northwood in Sunday’s championship match. Aleksander Isaevski recorded assists on both SVSU goals in Friday’s victory. Michael Lamb, Zach Vasold and Craig Neal all played hefty minutes over the weekend. The Cardinals’ will find out tonight at 7:30 p.m. if their season will continue into the 35-team NCAA Division II men’s soccer tournament.

    Butler: In order to qualify for the Big East Tournament, the Bulldogs (2-5-2 Big East, 6-7-5) needed a win at No. 14 Xavier on Friday. Butler hung in for all of 27 minutes, but ultimately lost 2-0. Jeff Adkins had one shot in the defeat, but finished the season as one of the team’s top scorers with 13 points (5g, 3a).

    Western Michigan: On Saturday, the Broncos finished their regular season schedule with a 2-1 loss to West Virginia. Connor Furgason was not in the starting 11, but Sean Hazen made the start on the back line. Western Michigan (2-1-1 MAC, 8-6-4) will prepare for the Mid-American Conference Tournament that is set to begin on Nov. 14. The game time and opponent have yet to be determined.

    Oakland: The Grizzlies clinched the Horizon League, regular-season title after playing to a 2-2 draw against Valparaiso on Friday. Shawn Lawson scored Oakland’s second goal of the match, and Joey Tinnion and Raphael Reynolds added a shot each to the stat sheet. The Grizzlies (5-0-3 Horizon, 7-6-3 overall) will host and play in the semifinals of the Horizon League Tournament on Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. Their opponent has yet to be determined.

    Detroit: Matt Ybarra recorded five shots in the Titans’ 2-0 loss to Milwaukee on Friday. Cameron Roberts also earned a spot in the starting 11. Detroit (6-2 Horizon, 9-6-4) still earned a spot in the Horizon League Tournament that is set to begin on Nov. 13. Its opponent and the kick off time have yet to be determined.

    Coastal Carolina: Bret Mollon’s Chanticleers capped off their regular-season schedule with a 7-0 drubbing against Longwood on Saturday. Three days earlier, Coastal Carolina earned a 1-1 draw against High Point. Looking ahead, the Chanticleers (6-1-1 Big South, 12-5-1) will play Longwood on Nov. 11 in the quarterfinals of the Big South Tournament. If they win, the semifinals are slated for Nov. 14 and the championship game will be played on Nov. 16. All match times have yet to be determined.

  • Le Rouge Review: Edition Nine

    Michigan State: Kylie Stannard and Ben Pirmann’s Spartans earned a hard-fought, 1-1 draw at Notre Dame on Wednesday before losing to Michigan, 3-2, on Sunday. Michigan State (3-2-2 Big Ten, 9-4-4 overall) will visit Indiana on Nov. 5 at 6 p.m. just three days before the Big Ten Tournament begins.

    Michigan: The Wolverines knocked off a pair of in-state rivals this week in a satisfying two-game stretch. Colin McAtee continued his recent offensive tear with a goal and an assist in Wednesday’s 3-1 win over Oakland. He would add another goal — the eventual game-winner — in the 57th minute of Sunday’s win over Michigan State. Tyler Arnone netted a goal in Sunday’s victory, too, while William Mellors-Blair tacked on an assist. Nick Lewin made the start on the back line in both matches. This week, Michigan (3-2-2 Big Ten, 6-7-3 overall) wraps up its regular season schedule with a home match against Ohio State on Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m. before the Big Ten Tournament begins on Nov. 8.

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    Saginaw Valley State: In their only match of the week, the Cardinals suffered a 2-1 overtime loss at Northwood on Halloween. Craig Neal and Aleksander Isaevski combined for three shots on goal, and Zach Vasold earned a spot in the starting 11. SVSU (9-3-2 GLIAC, 12-3-2) will look ahead to the GLIAC Tournament this week, beginning on Nov. 7 in Tiffin, Ohio.

    Butler: Jeff Adkins picked up an assist in the Bulldogs’ 2-0 victory over Providence on Sunday. Earlier in the week, on Wednesday, Butler played to a 0-0 draw against Seton Hall. The Bulldogs (2-4-2 Big East, 6-6-5) will travel to Xavier on Nov. 7 for a 7 p.m. kickoff in its last match of the regular season.

    Western Michigan: In two overtime matches this week, the Broncos earned a 2-2 draw with Dayton on Tuesday before dropping a 2-1 result against Bowling Green on Saturday. Sean Hazen started both games, while Connor Furgason started Tuesday’s game. Western Michigan (2-1-1 MAC, 8-5-4) hosts West Virginia on Nov. 8 in its regular-season finale beginning at 1 p.m.

    Oakland: The Grizzlies lost 3-1 to Michigan on Wednesday before earning a 1-1 draw against Wright State on Senior Day. Joey Tinnion scored the lone goal, while Shawn Lawson and Raphael Reynolds combined for three shots on goal. The Grizzlies (5-0-2 Horizon, 7-6-2) will play Valparaiso in its final regular-season game at 8:30 p.m. on Nov. 7.

    Detroit: Matt Ybarra and Cameron Roberts both earned starts in the Titans’ two games this week. Detroit lost 1-0 in overtime to Bowling Green on Wednesday before eking out a 1-0 victory over Belmont on Saturday. With the win, the Titans clinched a first-round by in the upcoming Horizon League Championships. The Titans (6-1-0 Horizon, 9-5-3) host IUPUI on Nov. 4 before traveling to play in the last regular season match against Milwaukee on Nov. 7. Both matches begin at 8 p.m.

    Coastal Carolina: Bret Mollon and his Chanticleers beat Winthrop 2-0 on Wednesday and lost 1-0 at Radford on Saturday. Coastal Carolina (5-1 Big South, 11-5) host High Point on Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. before Longwood comes to town for a 2 p.m. match on Nov. 8.

  • Le Rouge Review: Edition Eight

    Michigan State: Kylie Stannard and Ben Pirmann’s squad dropped a 2-0 result at Oakland on Wednesday before earning a 1-1 draw against Northwestern on Sunday. With a rather disappointing week, Michigan State (3-1-2 Big Ten, 9-3-3 overall) faces two pivotal matchups the next seven days. The Spartans travel to Notre Dame on Oct. 29 for a 7 p.m. kickoff and they’ll host Michigan on Nov. 2 at 1 p.m.

    Michigan: The Wolverines fought to a 0-0 draw against Detroit _DSC6569on Tuesday and lost 3-1 to Indiana on Sunday. Colin McAtee recorded an assist in Sunday’s loss, while William Mellors-Blair and Nick Lewin earned spots in the starting lineup. Tyler Arnone had one shot on goal in the draw against the Titans, but was sidelined Sunday with an injury he sustained in practice earlier in the week. Michigan (2-2-2 Big Ten, 4-7-3) hosts Oakland at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 29 before traveling to Michigan State on Nov. 2 (see above).

    Saginaw Valley State: Craig Neal tallied two goals and an assist in Friday’s 5-3 win over Findlay. Aleksander Isaevski and Zach Vasold both added assists in the victory. Sunday, the Cardinals (9-2-2 GLIAC, 12-2-2) lost 2-1 at Tiffin in which the DCFC trio all earned a spot in the starting 11. This week, SVSU will travel to Northwood on Halloween for its regular-season finale. The match is slated to start at 4 p.m.

    Butler: Jeff Adkins recorded three shots — one on target — in Butler’s 1-0 loss to Villanova on Saturday. The Bulldogs (1-4-1 Big East, 5-6-4) host Seton Hall on Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. before concluding its week against Providence on Nov. 2 at 1 p.m.

    Western Michigan: The Broncos (2-0-1 MAC, 8-4-3) played only one game this week, but it was a great success as they eked out a 1-0 win at Akron on Saturday. Connor Furgason and Sean Hazen were both starters in the victory. Western Michigan continues its tour of Ohio this week, traveling to Dayton on Oct. 28 for a 7 p.m. start before visiting Bowling Green on Nov. 1 at 3 p.m.

    Oakland: The Grizzlies upset Michigan State on Tuesday, 2-0, marking their first win against a ranked opponent since 2010. Shawn Lawson delivered the assist on Oakland’s first goal, while Joey Tinnion and Raphael Reynolds both earned the start for the Grizzlies. Oakland (5-0-1 Horizon, 7-5-1) is riding a seven-game winning streak, and it will travel to Michigan on Oct. 29 (see above) before hosting Wright State on Nov. 1 at 7 p.m.

    Detroit: Matt Ybarra and Cameron Roberts combined for three assists in the Titans’ 3-0 win over Cleveland State on Saturday. Earlier in the week, Detroit played Michigan to a 0-0 draw, in which both Ybarra and Roberts earned a spot in the starting lineup. The Titans (5-1 Horizon, 8-4-3) will welcome Bowling Green to Detroit on Oct. 29, and they’ll visit Belmont on Nov. 1 for a 3 p.m. kickoff.

    Coastal Carolina: Bret Mollon and his Chanticleers lost a heartbreaker — a 2-1, double-overtime loss to Clemson — on Tuesday. This week, Coastal Carolina (4-0-0 Big South, 10-4) hosts Winthrop on Oct. 29 at 6 p.m. before playing at Radford on Nov. 1 at 2 p.m.

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