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Senior forward Andrew Palumbo (6) attempts to get around a defender Saturday at the Soccer and Track & Field Complex. The Huskies closed their season without a conference win, losing 2-1 to the Bowling Green Falcons.

Men’s soccer ends year with loss

By Nicholas Ferry | November 9, 2014

Men’s soccer was unable to send its seniors out with a victory in its final match of the season.The Huskies (3-9-5, 0-4-1 MAC) lost to the Bowling Green Falcons (13-5-1, 2-2-1 MAC) Saturday at the Soccer and Track & Field Complex. Despite controlling...

Men’s soccer to honor its seniors

By Northern Star Staff | November 5, 2014

Men’s soccer closes its 2014 season with Senior Night.The Huskies host the Bowling Green Falcons 6 p.m. Saturday at the Soccer and Track & Field Complex.The Huskies were eliminated from MAC Tournament contention after their loss to the Akron Zips...

Men’s soccer hosts ‘dynamic’ Akron

By Frank Gogola | October 29, 2014

Men’s soccer’s chances of making the MAC Tournament are fading quickly with only two games remaining and two of its top players out against Akron.The Huskies (3-7-5, 0-2-1 MAC) host the Akron Zips (9-5-1, 2-1 MAC) 7 p.m. Saturday at the Soccer and...

Sophomore forward Chris Paton (10) battles with a West Virginia defender to gain control of the ball Oct. 11 at the Soccer and Track & Field Complex. The Huskies play their final non-conference game 7 p.m. today in DeKalb when they host the Southern Illinois-Edwardsville Cougars, of the Missouri Valley Conference.

Men’s soccer grapples with Cougars

By Frank Gogola | October 21, 2014

Eric Luzzi, men’s soccer head coach, would prefer to see the Huskies win today against Southern Illinois-Edwardsville, but a non-conference loss wouldn’t be the worst thing in the world.The Huskies (2-6-5) take on the SIUE Cougars (4-6-2) 7 p.m. today...

Ask an Athlete: Men’s soccer

By Frank Gogola | October 14, 2014

What is your major?Redshirt junior goalkeeper Andrew Glaeser: Mechanical engineeringSenior midfielder/forward Isaac Kannah: Corporate communicationsSenior defender Dusty Page: FinanceSenior forward Andrew Palumbo: Corporate communicationsWho is your favorite...

Sophomore forward Chris Paton (10) battles with a West Virginia defender to gain control of the ball Oct. 11 at the Soccer and Track & Field Complex. The Huskies play their final non-conference game 7 p.m. today in DeKalb when they host the Southern Illinois-Edwardsville Cougars, of the Missouri Valley Conference.

Men’s soccer battles to overtime draw

By Frank Gogola | October 12, 2014

Men’s soccer scored its first goal Saturday following three-straight shutouts, but that wasn’t enough to get the Huskies back in the win column.The Huskies (2-5-5, 0-0-1 MAC) played the West Virginia Mountaineers (6-5-1, 0-0-1 MAC) to a 1-1 draw in...

Senior Dusty Page flicks the ball forward after gaining possession against Northwestern Wednesday. Men’s soccer lost, 2-0.

Men’s soccer’s offense falters

By Frank Gogola | October 8, 2014

Men’s soccer’s winless streaked reached six games as the offense failed to find the back of the net for the third-straight game.The Huskies (2-5-4) lost to the No. 24 Northwestern Wildcats (6-1-4) Wednesday at the Soccer and Track & Field Complex.Eric...

Men’s soccer notches 1st win with trio of goals

By Abraham Murguia | September 1, 2014

Men’s soccer (1-0-1) took home a 3-0 victory over the Quinnipiac Bobcats (0-2) Sunday at the Northwestern Lakeside Classic in Evanston as sophomore Chris Paton, freshman Len Heinson and senior Andrew Palumbo netted their first career goals.After playing...

Men’s soccer set for Michigan State test

By Jacob Onak | September 25, 2013

DeKalb | Men’s soccer will look to go 1-1 against Big Ten teams this season as it takes on Michigan State at 1 p.m. on Saturday.The Huskies (3-5-0), who lost to Ohio State in the second game of the season, will look to prove themselves against another...

Men’s soccer’s depth plays big role

By Jacob Onak | September 4, 2013

Roster depth can play a huge part in a postseason run, and early on in the season the men’s soccer team is showing it has a well-rounded group of guys.In its first two games against Cincinnati and Ohio State the Huskies have used 17 of their 23 players....

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