The Spartans reach field of eight for second consecutive year.
The Spartans rally against the Huskies in double overtime thriller.
The Spartans' four-game winning streak comes to an end following two second-half goals.
The No. 19 men's soccer team wins, 2-1 against Wisconsin.
Head coach Damon Rensing breaks down what to expect from the Spartans this season.
2016: Has played in 17 games this season, playing a then-season-high 40 minutes against Oral Roberts (9/28) ... Took three shots against Columbia (9/5) ... Scored first collegiate goal against Rutgers (9/9), playing 29 minutes ... Took a shot in 12 minutes of action against Oakland (9/14) ... Played 18 minutes in the win against Michigan (9/18) ... One of only three Spartans to come in off the bench against No. 1 Maryland (9/23) ... One of four Spartan subs against Bowling Green (9/28) ... Played 15 minutes off the bench against No. 23 Akron (10/11) ... Played 73 minutes at Penn State (10/15) ... Took one shot on Northwestern (10/22) ... Saw action against No. 13 Notre Dame (10/25) ... Took one shot at No. 10 Indiana in 58 minutes (10/30)... Came off the bench to contribute 72 minutes against SIUE with two shots on net and a goal in the first half of the 1-1 tie. Made one shot in the 9-8 shoot-out loss (11/17).
2015: Played in all but one of MSU's matches, starting in five ... Picked up his first career assist on Oct. 21 against Akron ... Fired 23 shots, which ranked fourth on the team.
2014: Played first career game against Vaparaiso (9/11) ... Helped to force own goal in Sweet 16 match against Washington to put the Spartans on the board (11/30) ... Earned increasing minutes during the season as a valuable replacement in the midfield and front lines.
Prior to MSU: Ranked No. 11 in the international region by TopDrawerSoccer.com ... Four-year soccer letterwinner at St. Andrews College under coach David Manning ... Elected captain in 2013...Was the league's top scorer all four years and named the team's Most Valuable Player his freshman, junior and senior seasons...Helped lead the team to a CAIS National Championship Gold Medal in 2011 with a 16-3-1 record...Tallied 96 total goals and 39 total assists in 66 games at St. Andrews ... Also lettered in basketball his junior season...Academic scholar...Named Athlete of the Year and received the Physical Education Award his freshman, sophomore and junior year ... Also played for the Toronto FC Junior Academy for coach Anthony Capotosto ... Participated in the Aegon Future Cup in Amsterdam where he was a part of the team that finished sixth overall ... U-14 and U-16 Team Ontario Provincial Team Member, where he traveled to Brazil and Spain.
Personal: Majoring in general management.