Six Big Ten men’s soccer teams earned berths to the 2014 NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Championship, it was announced Monday. Indiana, Maryland, Michigan State, Northwestern, Ohio State and Penn State all secured bids, tying the 2004 Big Ten record of six teams advancing to the tournament. [ MORE: View the official interactive NCAA bracket ] Indiana, which finished the season with a 12-4-5 record, earned the No. 5 seed and a first-round bye in its 39th NCAA Tournament appearance. The eight-time NCAA champion will face the winner of Thursday’s Monmouth versus Xavier match. After winning the Big Ten Championship
No. 1 Maryland won its first Big Ten Men's Soccer Tournament Championship after defeating No. 6 Indiana, 2-1, in Sunday’s championship game.
It’s semifinal time! No. 2 seed Ohio State fell to No. 6 seed Indiana 2-1 in the first semifinal game, while No. 1 seed Maryland defeated No. 5 seed Michigan State on penalty kicks in the second semifinal matchup. [ MORE: View bigten.org’s tournament homepage ] Indiana and Maryland will play for the championship and the conference’s automatic berth to the NCAA tournament at 12:30 p.m. ET Sunday. Indiana 2, Ohio State 1 Indiana (12-5-3) got a first half goal from senior defender Patrick Doody and a late penalty conversion from sophomore Tanner Thompson. Indiana (12-3-5) will take on the
BTN Soccer Report unveiled the 2014 All-Big Ten Men’s Soccer teams and individual honors Wednesday night. See all of the honorees below. [ MORE: Watch Maryland vs. Michigan State | Watch Ohio State vs. Indiana ] 2014 MEN’S SOCCER ALL-BIG TEN TEAMS AND INDIVIDUAL HONORS Coach of the Year: John Bluem, Ohio State Offensive Player of the Year: Connor Maloney, Penn State Midfielder of the Year: Jay Chapman, Michigan State Defensive Player of the Year: Nikko Boxall, Northwestern Goalkeeper of the Year: TYLER MILLER, Northwestern Freshman of the Year: Grant Lillard, Indiana ALL-BIG TEN FIRST TEAM F: Femi Hollinger-Janzen, Indiana
The Big Ten men’s soccer tourney has reached the semifinals after a day full of quarterfinal games Sunday. No. 1 Maryland will face No. 5 Michigan State and No. 6 Indiana will take on No. 2 Ohio State for berths in the Big Ten tourney championship game. [ MORE: View the official tournament homepage ] NO. 1 MARYLAND 2, NO. 8 RUTGERS 0 Mael Corboz and George Campbell both notched goals as the top-seeded Maryland men’s soccer team defeated No. 8 seed Rutgers 2-0 in the quarterfinals of the 2014 Big Ten Tournament Sunday at Ludwig Field. Read full umterps.com
The Big Ten announced the 2014 Big Ten Men’s Soccer Tournament bracket on Wednesday, with Maryland earning the No. 1 seed after clinching the outright title in its first year in the conference.
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In the latest “BTN Soccer Report” Kevin Egan and Chris Ritter talk about the conference suspending Maryland soccer coach Sasho Cirovski. Northwestern soccer coach Tim Lenahan also calls in to the show to talk about the suspension and his team’s win over Maryland. Here is the text of the Big Ten statement: The Big Ten office today announced a one-game suspension and issued a public reprimand of Maryland men’s soccer head coach Sasho Cirovski. The conference office determined that Cirovski’s actions toward the officials following the Northwestern game on Oct. 5 were in violation of the Big Ten Sportsmanship Policy. In addition,
Here’s a quick look at what’s coming up this week on our subscription service BTN Plus. BTN Plus programming includes non-televised games and events available on BTN2Go with a purchase of a BTN Plus subscription. BTN Plus content features live games produced by students at Big Ten universities. We’ve got volleyball, field hockey and men’s and women’s soccer. A subscription to BTN Plus on BTN2Go does not require a Big Ten Network TV subscription with a TV provider. To access BTN Plus programming, you must purchase a BTN Plus Subscription (see pricing, subscription length and conference/school pass options listed here)
Here’s a quick look at what’s coming up for men’s soccer in the next week on our subscription service BTN Plus. BTN Plus programming includes non-televised games and events available on BTN2Go with a purchase of a BTN Plus subscription. BTN Plus content features live games produced by students at Big Ten universities. A subscription to BTN Plus on BTN2Go does not require a Big Ten Network TV subscription with a TV provider. To access BTN Plus programming, you must purchase a BTN Plus Subscription (see pricing, subscription length and conference/school pass options listed here) and create a BTN2Go account.