Ben Myers
Ben Myers


Charlevoix, Mich.

High School:

Last College:
Clemson Univ.

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 181



Academic All-Big Ten Honors Announced for the 2014 Fall Season

Ninety-five Spartan student-athletes were recognized for having a 3.0 or better GPA.


No. 3 Seed Men's Soccer Hosts Elite Eight Match against No. 11 Providence

The Spartans reach field of eight for second consecutive year.


No. 3 Seed Men's Soccer Edges No. 14 Seed Washington in Penalty Kicks, 4-3

The Spartans rally against the Huskies in double overtime thriller.


No. 19 Men's Soccer to Close Regular Season at No. 2 Indiana

The Spartans face defending Big Ten Tournament Champions in final conference match.


No. 12 MSU Men's Soccer Drops Senior Day Battle to Michigan, 3-2

The Spartans fall in home regular-season finale.


Michigan State 2 - Michigan 0


Impact Players for 2012

Michigan State Soccer Coach Damon Rensing discusses the top players for the 2012 Michigan State Men's Soccer team.


NCAA Tournament Second Round - MSU 1, Oakland 0

NCAA Tournament Second Round - MSU 1, Oakland 0

Ben Myers: Driving Towards Dreams

2014: Academic All-Big Ten ... Appeared in three games for the Spartans against Florida International (8/31), Western Michigan (10/15) and Washington (11/30).

2013: Appeared in 14 games for the Spartans in 2013, starting three of them and recording one shot in a 2-0 win at Marquette.

2012: Played in both preseason games, but did not see game action during the regular season.

Prior to MSU: Started his collegiate career at Clemson, where he played in 14 games and scored one goal - the game winner against rival and nationally ranked South Carolina - for the Tigers ... Enrolled at MSU in January and has begun training with the team ... Played his club soccer with the Vardar SC Academy out of Detroit, as well as earning MHSAA All-State First Team honors twice for Charlevoix ... Completed his high school career with the Rayders scoring 87 goals and dishing out 67 assists , good for sixth all time in MHSAA history. Was the President of the National Honor Society at Charlevoix.