MSU will take on the Fighting Irish in rematch in hopes to advance to the College Cup.
Michigan State takes on the Hoyas in the third round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday, Dec. 1 at 1 p.m.
Spartans to host the Cardinals in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Sun., Nov. 24 at 1 p.m.
Spartans to play the Hoosiers in tournament championship on Sun., Nov. 17 at 11 a.m.
Spartans face the Wildcats in tournament semifinals on Fri., Nov. 15 at 2:30 p.m.
Spartan Jeremy Clark joined the MSU coaching staff in 2012, soon after finishing his senior season (2011) in Green & White.
Clark's main responsibilities include working with the corps of MSU goalkeepers. He also manages the team's social networking initiatives, helps plan travel and day-to-day practice plans, on-campus recruiting, and daily operations of the soccer office. In addition, Clark has helped the staff with their preparations for summer camps at MSU the last two years.
After earning the starting keeper job and being voted a team captain as a redshirt senior, Clark registered every available minute in the Spartan net. Over 19 games that senior season; he posted an .802 save percentage and 0.94 GAA, twice earning Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week honors. Clark was also a part of the 2010 team which made a remarkable run to the NCAA Sweet 16, falling to North Carolina on penalty kicks. Over his five years as an undergrad, the Spartans went 55-34-14 and made three trips to the NCAA Tournament (2008, 2009, 2010).
In the summer of 2012, Clark played every game for Detroit City FC of the National Premier Soccer League He helped Le Rouge to a 5-2-5 overall record (good for second in its division). Clark has been an instructor at MSU soccer camps and clinics since 2008. In addition, he has been coaching with TNT Soccer in Lansing since 2010 as a keeper coach, and as an assistant coach with the U10 and U16 boys. He has also joined the Michigan ODP staff as a goalkeeper coach. Clark holds a USSF National "C" Coaching License, and his bachelor's degree in sociology from Michigan State.