ND edges MSU, 2-1, in national quarterfinals

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.

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“It was a great college soccer game,” said head coach Damon Rensing. “It was probably what a quarterfinal match should be. Congratulations to Notre Dame on a great effort. I know they’ll represent the Great Lakes Region very well in the Final Four and all the best to them.”

Read full MSUSpartans.com recap.

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