The Spartans reach field of eight for second consecutive year.
The Spartans face the Huskies in DeMartin Stadium as NCAA Tournament play continues.
Cope is the second-highest drafted Spartan, eighth overall.
Take a look back on the 2013 Spartans record-breaking season.
Redshirt senior receives first-ever All-American recognition.
2007: Voted unanimously to first-team All-Big Ten honors ... Named an NSCAA Scholar All-American ... Captured Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors on Oct. 1 ... One of the top forwards in the Big Ten, leading the conference with 12 goals ... Ranked second in points (24) ... Also led league in game-winning goals (5), shots (78) and goals per match (0.57) ... Named to National Team of the Week by College Soccer News, Soccer America and Top Drawer on Oct. 1...Started all 21 matches, registering 33 shots on goal ... Recorded a goal in each of the season's first four matches, including game-winners against Oregon State and Western Kentucky...Also had 16 shots in that span ... Had eight shots against Florida International (9/14) ... Scored two goals in win at Wisconsin (9/30)...Knocked in both penalty kicks in win over Michigan ... Had biggest match of the year against Western Michigan (10/24), scoring three goals and recording eight shots ... Attempted four shots or more on 10 occasions ... Academic All-Big Ten selection.
2006: Started all 17 games he appeared in ... Recorded goal against Loyola in the 51st minute to take 1-0 lead in eventual 2-1 win (10/15) ... Also scored in 4-0 win over Western Michigan (10/25) ... Ranked second on the team in assists with three ... Recorded game-winning assists against UC Riverside (8/26), New Mexico (9/1), and Western Michigan (10/25) ... Pass inside the goal box to Kenzo Webster against third-ranked New Mexico led to the team's greatest regular-season upset in school history ... An Academic All-Big Ten selection.
2005: Started all 18 games in which he played ... Tied for the team lead with seven goals ... Ranked second on the team with three assists and 17 points ... Scored single goals against Long Island (9/5), Yale (9/16), Bowling Green (9/29), Western Michigan (10/26), Wisconsin (10/30), Valparaiso (11/6) and Michigan (11/10) ... Scored game-winning goals against Long Island and Michigan in the Big Ten Tournament ... Had a three-point game vs. Bowling Green with one goal and one assist ... Academic All-Big Ten selection.
High School: Earned four letters at Mason High School ... Three-time all-league honoree ... Earned All-State Dream Team and Lansing State Journal Dream Team honors as a senior, scoring 33 goals and 15 assists ... Third-team all-state and Lansing State Journal Dream Team honors as a junior, recording six goals and seven assists ... Played U18 club soccer with Vardar and U12-U17 with C.A. United ... Won the U15 State Championship ... U18 Regional participant ... National Honor Society member ... Brother, Joe, and sister, Lucy, played basketball at Ferris State.
Personal: Born July 4, 1986 ... Son of Daniel and Judi DeMartin ... Finance major ... Uncle, Doug DeMartin, and aunt, Valerie, provided the largest cash gift in the history of its men's and women's soccer programs to provide funding for the DeMartin Soccer Complex.
Year GP/GS Goals Assists Points 2004 -Redshirted- 2005 18/18 7 3 17 2006 17/17 2 3 7 2007 21/21 12 0 24 Totals 56/56 21 6 48