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  • 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.

  • Le Rouge Review: Edition Seven

    Michigan State: The 16th-ranked Spartans (3-1-1 Big Ten, 9-2-2 overall) thrashed Western Michigan, 4-0, on Wednesday before upsetting No. 12 Penn State 2-0 Sunday evening. Kylie Stannard and Ben Pirmann’s squad now sits level with Maryland in second place in the Big Ten with one game in hand. This week, Michigan State pays Oakland a visit on Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. in what will be Detroit City FC night at OU Soccer Field. On Oct. 26, the Spartans will host Northwestern for a 1 p.m. kickoff.

    Michigan: In the midst of a break from Big Ten action, the Wolverines suffered a 3-0 defeat at Akron on Tuesday. WIliam Mellors-Blair and Tyler Arnone recorded the only two Michigan shots that were on target, while Colin McAtee and Nick Lewin earned a spot in the starting 11. Michigan (2-1-2 Big Ten, 4-6-2) will host Detroit in a local derby on Oct. 21 at 7:30 p.m. before welcoming Indiana to town on Oct. 26 for a noon game. The latter match will be aired on Big Ten Network.


    Saginaw Valley State: The Cardinals lost their first game of the season Friday — a 2-0 loss to Lake Erie — two days before dominating Ohio Dominican in a 4-1 result. Aleksander Isaevski, Craig Neal and Zach Vasold started both matches, and Isaevski recorded an assist off a corner kick in Sunday’s victory. SVSU (8-1-2 GLIAC, 11-1-2) plays two home matches this week. On Oct. 24, the Cardinals host Findlay at 2 p.m. and on Oct. 26 they’ll line up against Tiffin for a noon kickoff.

    Butler: Jeff Adkins scored the lone goal in the Bulldogs 1-0 victory over Marquette on Wednesday. In a 0-0 draw against Depaul on Saturday, Adkins led the team with four shots. This week, Butler (1-3-1 Big East, 5-5-4) will travel to Villanova on Oct. 25 for a match slated to start at 1 p.m.

    Western Michigan: In Wednesday’s 4-0 loss to Michigan State (see above), Connor Furgason and Sean Hazen were both in the starting lineup. However, the Broncos (1-0-1 MAC, 7-4-3) avenged the lopsided defeat with a win of their own. In a 3-0 result over Northern Illinois on Saturday, Furgason netted the third goal in the 71st minute, as Hazen provided steady play on the back line. Western Michigan hosts Akron on Oct. 25 at 7 p.m.

    Oakland: After a disappointing non-conference stretch to start the season, Oakland has rattled off six straight wins. Shawn Lawson scored both goals in a 2-0 victory over Milwaukee, while Raphael Reynolds added an assist and Joey Tinnion earned a spot in the starting 11. The Grizzlies toppled Belmont with another 2-0 result in which Tinnion recorded an assist on the first goal of the game. Oakland (5-0-1 Horizon, 6-5-1) will host Michigan State on Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. (see above) for Detroit City FC night.

    Detroit: In the Titans only game this week, they edged out Valparaiso, 1-0, on Wedenesday. Matt Ybarra earned the start in the victory, while Cameron Roberts was listed as a substitute. Detroit (4-1-0 Horizon, 7-4-2) visits Michigan on Oct. 21 for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff (see above) before welcoming Cleveland State to Titan Field on Oct. 25 for a 1 p.m. match.

    Coastal Carolina: Bret Mollon’s Chanticleers continue to roll, picking up their seventh consecutive victory after beating Liberty, 2-0, on Saturday. Tuesday’s match that was scheduled at Clemson was postponed until Oct. 21 at 6 p.m in what will be Coastal Carolina’s (4-0-0 Big South, 10-3-0) only game this week.

  • Le Rouge Review: McAtee nets four goals in two games, Isaevski and Neal pace unbeaten Cardinals

    Michigan State: The Spartans picked up a pair of wins this week, beating Akron 1-0 Tuesday and edging out Wisconsin 2-1 on Saturday. Kylie Stannard and Ben Pirmann’s squad (2-1-1 Big Ten, 7-2-2 overall) sits in third place in the Big Ten. Michigan State will look ahead to an Oct. 15 match against Western Michigan in East Lansing at 4 p.m. before traveling to play at Penn State on Oct. 18 for a 7 p.m. kick off.


    Michigan: After scoring just two goals in its past five games, the Wolverines (2-1-2 Big Ten, 4-5-1 overall) upended No. 6 Notre Dame, 3-2, behind a Colin McAtee hat trick on Tuesday in Ann Arbor. Tyler Arnone and William Mellors-Blair each picked up an assist, while Nick Lewin played a full 90 minutes on the back line. Saturday, the core of DCFC players paced Michigan to a 3-0 victory over Rutgers. Mellors-Blair netted his first two career goals and tacked on an assist, while McAtee continued this week’s offensive outburst with another goal. Arnone added an assist in the weekend victory, and Lewin earned another start. The Wolverines, now riding a three-game winning streak, travel to Akron on Sept. 14 for a 7 p.m. kickoff.

    Saginaw Valley State: The Cardinals thrashed Malone 4-1 on Friday, thanks to a pair of goals from Aleksander Isaevski. Craig Neal earned the assist on both of Isaevski’s tallies, and Zach Vasold added an assist of his own on SVSU’s second goal. Sunday, Saginaw Valley State (7-0-2 GLIAC, 10-0-2 overall) earned a lopsided, 5-1 win over Walsh College. Isaevski picked up a goal and an assist, and Neal recorded his third helper in two games. The Cardinals play at Lake Erie at 1 p.m. on Oct. 17 and at Ohio Dominican at 2 p.m. on Oct. 19.

    Butler: The Bulldogs (0-3-0 Big East, 4-5-3 overall) nearly completed a comeback against No. 9 Creighton on Saturday, but ended up falling 2-1. Jeff Adkins recorded one shot in the loss. This week, Butler will look to get back on track when it hosts Marquette at 7 p.m. on Oct. 15 before travelling to DePaul on Oct. 18 for a 2 p.m. start.

    Western Michigan: In its conference opener Friday, Western Michigan earned a 2-2 draw at Buffalo. Connor Furgason recorded one assist, and Sean Hazen had one shot on goal. Looking ahead, the Broncos (0-0-1 MAC, 6-3-3 overall) will take on Michigan State at 4 p.m. on Oct. 15, and they host Northern Illinois at 1 p.m. on Oct. 18.

    Oakland: The Grizzlies enjoyed two 1-0 victories this week, over Ohio State on Wednesday and at Cleveland State on Saturday. Joey Tinnion scored the game-winning goal against the Buckeyes, and the trio of Tinnion, Shawn Lawson and Raphael Reynolds earned the start in both victories. Oakland (3-0-1 Horizon League, 4-5-1 overall) is now riding a four-game winning streak, and plays at Milwaukee at 8 p.m. on Oct. 15 before hosting Belmont on Oct. 18 at 7 p.m.

    Detroit: Cameron Roberts and Matt Ybarra combined for four shots in the Titans’ 1-1 draw against IPFW on Tuesday. Responding nicely, though, Detroit (3-1-0 Horizon League, 6-4-2 overall) defeated Green Bay 3-0 on Saturday, thanks to a goal and an assist coming from Ybarra. The Titans host Valparaiso on Oct. 15 for an 8:30 p.m. kickoff.

    Coastal Carolina: Bret Mollon’s Chanticleers earned two shutout victories this week. Tuesday’s 2-0 result against Presbyterian and Saturday’s 4-0 win over UNC Asheville keep Coastal Carolina atop the Big South standings with a 3-0-0 conference record, along with an overall mark of 9-3-0. The Chanticleers travel to play Clemson on Oct. 14 at 7 p.m., and at Liberty on Oct. 18 at noon.

  • Le Rouge Review: Saginaw Valley Remains Unbeaten, Michigan Bounces Back

    Michigan State: The Spartans suffered their first Big Ten loss over the weekend, falling to Ohio State, 3-2, Saturday, Oct. 4 in Columbus, Ohio. Ben Pirmann and Kylie Stannard's squad (5-2-2) fought hard to mount a comeback, scoring two goals in the second half against the Buckeyes, but ultimately saw its four-game undefeated streak come to an end. Michigan State will enjoy a home stretch this week, facing Akron this Tuesday at 4 p.m. and Wisconsin on Saturday at 2 p.m.

    Michigan: After going 0-4-2 in their last six matches, the Wolverines finally tallied their second win of the season - a 3-2 overtime victory - at Wisconsin on Saturday, Oct. 4. Tyler Arnone, _DSC6761webWilliam Mellors-Blair, Nick Lewin and Colin McAtee all started. Prior to Saturday's win, Michigan (2-5-2) fell to Western Michigan, 1-0, in overtime at home on Wednesday, Oct. 1. The Wolverines have a tough week ahead of them, hosting No.1 Notre Dame on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. After, UM will travel to Rutgers in a critical Big Ten matchup Saturday at 7 p.m.

    Saginaw Valley State: The Cardinals (8-0-2) kept their undefeated season alive last week, beating Ohio Dominican, 2-1, on Friday, Oct. 3 and playing to a 0-0 draw through overtime against Lake Erie on Sunday, Oct. 5. Craig Neal scored his fifth goal of the season in the victory over Ohio Dominican. In addition, Neal was named the GLIAC Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 30 for his contributions in the previous weeks, tallying two game-winning goals out of his five goals total. Zach Vasold and Aleksander Isaevski started in both of last week's matches. SVSU has two home conference matches this week, facing Malone at 3:30 p.m. Friday and Walsh at 2 p.m. Sunday.

    Butler: The Bulldogs (4-4-3) suffered their second loss in the Big East at St. John's on Saturday, Oct. 4, falling 3-2 in overtime. Jeff Adkins earned a start in the loss and recorded one assist in the 89th minute that evened the score at 2-2 and forced overtime. Adkins also tallied three shots on goal. Butler has one game this week - a conference matchup at No. 11 Creighton on Saturday, Oct. 11 at 7 p.m.

    Western Michigan: The Broncos (6-3-2) had a productive week on the road, beating Michigan 1-0 in overtime on Saturday, Oct. 1 and playing to a 2-2 overtime draw at IUPUI on Oct. 4. Connor Furgason scored the lone goal in the 96th minute in the Broncos' victory over UM. Sean Hazen tallied an assist on the game-tying goal against IUPUI in the 65th minute. Furgason and Hazen started in both matches. WMU faces Mid-American Conference opponent Buffalo away on Friday at 7 p.m.

    Oakland: It was a solid week for the Grizzlies (2-5-1), capturing two Horizon League Conference wins - a 2-1 overtime win at Detroit on Oct. 1 and a 2-0 victory over Green Bay on Oct. 4. Shawn Lawson tallied the game-tying goal that sent the Grizzlies into overtime with Detroit in the "Metro Series," while Joey Tinnion scored the second goal in OU's win at home against Green Bay. Lawson, Tinnion, and Raphael Reynolds started in both matches. The Grizzlies are 2-0-1 in conference action and look to pick up another win this Saturday at Cleveland State.

    Detroit: UDM (5-4-1) dropped a 2-1 decision in the first "Metro Series" matchup when it hosted Oakland on Oct. 1; while they came out victorious over UIC on Oct. 4, beating the Flames 2-1 in overtime. Matt Ybarra and Cameron Roberts started in both matches. The Titans will enjoy a week at home against IPFW at 4 p.m. this Tuesday and against Green Bay Saturday at 1 p.m.

    Coastal Carolina: No. 25 Coastal Carolina won its first Big South Conference match, 1-0, at Campbell on Oct. 4, with Bret Mollon's Chanticleers improving to 7-3-0 on the season. This week, CCU plays two conference matches at home, facing Presbyterian Tuesday at 6 p.m., then playing UNC Asheville on Saturday at 1 p.m.

    Consulates of Michigan Tournament: Le Rouge players led Team USA to its second tournament Championship over the weekend, defeating Italy, 2-0, in the final on Sunday. The 16-team tournament kicked off Saturday, with USA going 2-1 in its Group A matches against South Korea, Albania and Yemen. On Sunday, USA beat defending champion Iraq, 3-2, in the quarterfinals, and defeated Japan in PKS in the semis.  Miche'le Lipari, Josh Rogers, Spencer Thompson, Seb Harris and Colin Helmrich were among the USA players that hoisted the championship trophy Sunday afternoon.

  • Detroit City FC, Belle Isle FC Represent Team USA in 7th Annual Consulates of Michigan Tournament

    Please join us for the seventh annual Consulates of Michigan Tournament, where several Detroit City FC players and friends, along with Belle Isle FC, will represent Team USA in the 16-team tournament on October 4-5.


    Hosted at Ultimate Soccer Arenas in Pontiac, Mich., the international soccer event is free to the public and aims to bring together diverse communities within Metro Detroit, with Le Rouge captain Josh Rogers, Wade Allan and Miche'le Lipari among the players defending the Stars and Stripes.

    With a round-robin format similar to the World Cup, the tournament is comprised of four groups of four teams, with Team USA facing Yemen, Albania and South Korea in Group A. Group play is set for Saturday, Oct. 4, while the quarterfinals, semifinals and finals are on Sunday. Each match is 40 minutes long.

    Be sure to check out your favorite City and Belle Isle FC players and friends swap Rouge & Gold for Red, White & Blue when they kickoff against different countries this weekend!

    What: The 7th annual Consulates of Michigan Tournament

    Who: Detroit City FC, Belle Isle FC players and friends representing Team USA

    When: This Saturday, Oct. 4 and Sunday, Oct. 5.

    Team USA Schedule:
    Group play on Saturday, Oct. 4:
    USA v. KOR at 11:10 a.m.
    USA v. ALB at 2:50 p.m.
    USA v. YEM at 6:30 p.m.

    Matches on Sunday, Oct. 5:
    Quarterfinals at 10:00 a.m.
    Semifinals at 11:50 a.m.
    Third-place match at 12:45 p.m.
    Final at 1:25 p.m.

    Where: Ultimate Soccer Arenas
    867 South Blvd E
    Pontiac, MI 48341

    How much: Free admission

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