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Ryan Sierakowski
Ryan  Sierakowski


McHenry, Ill.

High School:
McHenry West

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 170



Spartans Blank Virginia Tech, 3-0, Sunday In NCAA Tournament Second Round

Seventh-seeded MSU advances to third round, hosting 10th-seeded Western Michigan next weekend.


Michigan State Falls to Ohio State, 2-1, in Big Ten Quarterfinals

2017:  Earned second-team All-Big Ten honors ...  Top Drawer Soccer Top 100 (98) ... Started every game in 2017 ... First in scoring with nine goals and three assists for 21 points ... Tied for fourth in the Big Ten in goals scored ... Had an assist on the game-winning goals against SIUE (8/25) and St. Louis (8/27) ... Played a season-high 90 minutes against SLU and Rutgers (9/8) ... Took three shots in games against Dartmouth (9/1) and CSU (9/4) ... Scored his first goal of the season off a penalty kick in win over No. 19 BGSU, taking four shots overall ... Played all 100 minutes against Michigan with two shots ... Against Maryland, played the complete 110 minutes ... Played 86 minutes with one shot against Akron (9/27) ... Scored two goals with an assist against OSU (10/1) ... Scored the game-winning goal against No. 12 WMU (10/4) ... Played all 110 minutes in overtime tie against Wisconsin (10/7) ... Seventh in the nation in game-winning goals with four ...  Scored his sixth goal of the season at Northwestern (10/20) ... Scored the equalizer against  No. 2 Indiana with a penalty kick (10/29) ... First in scoring with eight goals and three assists for 19 points ... Second-team All-Big Ten honoree ... Took three shots in the B1G Tournament vs. Ohio State (11/5) ... Scored the game-winning goal vs. Virginia Tech in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (11/19) ... Took three shots against WMU in NCAA Tournament (11/25) ... In the Elite Eight against Indiana (12/1), scored a pme goal with five shots.

2016:  Named to the first-team All-Big Ten team ... Started in every game in 2016 ... Second in the Big Ten in goals scored with nine ... First on the team with nine goals and five assists for 23 points ... Recorded his first goal of the season with the game winner against No. 12 SMU ... Took six shots against the Mustangs ... Took four shots against Oral Roberts (8/28) ... Took two shots against Columbia (9/5) ... Scored game-winning goal against Rutgers (9/9) ... Led the team with three shots against Oakland (9/14) ... Earned first assist of the season, playing all 90 minutes in the Spartans’ win against Michigan (9/18) ... Led the team with two shot against No. 1 Maryland (9/23) ... Scored the game-winning goal against Bowling Green (9/28), Ohio State (10/2) and Western Michigan (10/5) ... Scored two goals against Western Michigan, including the overtime game winner ... Scored second penalty kick of the season vs. No. 23 Akron ... Earned his second assist of the season against Yale (10/19) ... Scored Big Ten leading sixth-game winning goal of the season against Northwestern (10/22) ... Had the assist on the game-winning goal against No. 13 Notre Dame (10/25) ... Netted MSU’s only goal at No. 10 Indiana (10/30) ... In B1G quarterfinals vs. Penn State (11/6), one of eight players to play all 90 minutes, adding two assists ... Took three shots against No. 1 Maryland in the Big Ten Tournament (11/11)... Started and played all 110 minutes against SIUE with three shots on net... Tallied one made shot in the 9-8 shoot-out loss (11/17).

Finished fourth in the Big Ten and first on Michigan State in goals with seven ... Named to the freshman All-Big Ten team ... Became the first true freshman to score more than six goals in a season since Ryan McMahen in 2001 ... Also tallied three assists and led the Spartans in points (17) ... Finished second on the team in shots with 37 ... First career goal at Rutgers on Sept. 25 as part of a two-goal effort ... Scored five goals over a five game stretch from Sept. 25 to Oct. 13 ... Recorded a brace against Western Michigan (10/13) ... Started in all 19 matches.

Prior to MSU: Captain of U16 Academy Team with Sockers FC Academy, 2013-14 ... Competed with Chicago Fire U18 Academy, leading the team in scoring and named to Academy Select Team in 2013 and named to Winter Showcase Best XI team in 2014 ... ODP experience includes IL State, 2008-12 and Region II Team, 2011-12 ... Called to US U18 National Team Camp in 2014 ... Ranked No. 72 as an individual in the nation by College Soccer News and No. 70 by Top Drawer Soccer ... No. 23 overall forward in the country by Top Drawer Soccer ... Brother played soccer at Loras College. Personal: Mother, Sheryl, played basketball at UIC and Appalachian State University ... Major is undeclared.


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