The Spartans went 12-5-6 with a second consecutive NCAA Elite Eight run for 2014.
The Spartans reach field of eight for second consecutive year.
The Spartans face the Huskies in DeMartin Stadium as NCAA Tournament play continues.
The Spartans look for post-season redemption against the Grizzlies.
Five Spartans recognized by the conference following the regular season.
2015: Academic All-Big Ten … Appeared in 17 matches, starting in 10 … Made valuable contributions on the back line as a starter or as a sub … Played 110 minutes and recorded a shot against Wisconsin (10/10) … Tallied nine shots on the season.
2014: Big Ten All-Freshman Team ... Earned first career start against UIC (9/5) ... Made valuable contributions in his freshman season in a top-notch back line that only allowed 19 goals and closed out 13 shutouts.
Prior to MSU: U-16 and U-18 starter for the Vardar Academy under coach Demir Muftari and Mike Lupenec...In 2010, member of the team that were State Cup Champions, MRL Champions and Annandale Alliance Cup Champions...In 2011, helped lead the team that were State Cup Champions, MRL Champions and Midwest Region II semi-finalists...In 2012, was a member of the team that were State Cup semi-finalists, Las Vegas Mayor's Cup semi-finalists, NPL Champions and NPL Nationals semi-finalists...Detroit and Chicago US Market National Training Center Invitee...Soccer letterwinner at Grosse Pointe North for coach Ship Mukhtar... Named Most Valuable Player, All-District and All-Conference, scoring six goals his sophomore year...Scholar athlete his freshman, sophomore and senior year...Member of National Honors Society...AP/Honors student...Also lettered in football his senior year as a kicker/punter, earning All-Conference honorable mention recognition.
Personal: Majoring in Kinesiology.