In the latest “BTN Soccer Report,” Kevin Egan and Aron Hyde recap all the men’s action from the past weekend’s exciting slate of games. Wisconsin head coach John Trask also checks in. This season, the Badgers have beaten Indiana, the 2010 Big Ten regular-season champion, and Michigan, the 2010 Big Ten tournament winner, on its turf. Watch the webisode now and come back throughout the week for more soccer coverage.
The weekend saw several of the conference’s soccer and field hockey teams in action. Iowa battled Ohio State to a 3-0 win in field hockey on Saturday afternoon. Watch the highlights now, along with an interview with Iowa coach Tracey Griesbaum. Moving to soccer, the Illinois and Michigan State women’s teams settled the score in double overtime, with the Illini getting the 1-0 win. Dive inside for highlights of that game, plus much more from around the conference including men’s soccer, women’s soccer and field hockey.
The Penn State men’s soccer team finished off a three-game home stand on Tuesday night when it faced in-state foe Penn. Goals from Jacob Barron and Julian Cardona helped the Nittany Lions secure the 2-0 in-state win. Watch now as Student U reporter Sophia Perri talks with John Gallagher and coach Bob Warming following the game.
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There are some tight battles already taking shape in the Big Ten men’s soccer race, and in the latest installment of our Web-only “BTN Soccer Report,” Kevin Egan reports the latest scores, highlights his game of the week and looks ahead to the conference’s upcoming games. In addition, analyst Aron Hyde checks in from the road to share his latest insights from this past weekend’s slate of action.
In the latest webisode of “BTN Soccer Report,” host Kevin Egan recaps the opening weekend of Big Ten men’s soccer action, including Ohio State’s 3-2 overtime victory over archrival Michigan, and talks with BTN soccer analyst Richard Broad. Broad, a former player and coach, talks about what to expect from the conference this season and who he sees winning the Big Ten Championship.
Ohio State’s Chris Hegngi found the back of the net 34 seconds into overtime to lift the Buckeyes past archrival Michigan, 3-2, Sunday afternoon at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. The defeat was the third straight overtime loss for the Wolverines. Michigan led 2-1 late in the second half, but Ohio State drew even at the 86:04 mark before striking quickly in the extra session to claim victory in the teams’ Big Ten opener.