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Post-season men’s soccer opened Thursday against IUPUI – Wright State University Athletics

Post-season men’s soccer opened Thursday against IUPUI – Wright State University Athletics

Cleveland – The Wright State men’s soccer team opened the post-season Thursday afternoon as the No. 2 ranked Conquistadors will face the No. 3 IUPUI in the Horizon League semifinals. Cleveland’s first kick is set for 4pm and the match is expected to be broadcast on ESPN+.

Match info

Thursday 10 November – 4 pm – WatchLive stats

The last time

Wright State’s last game was on November 2, fighting a 2-2 draw with Detroit Mercy in the regular season final to lock up the No. 2 seed for the championship and take the first round. In the end, the Raiders got a pair of first half goals, with Joe Kwadio And the Reese Labao Both find the back of the network.

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IUPUI collected the 6-6-6 aggregate record with a 4-2-3 mark in the Horizon League game this fall, and advanced to the semi-finals of the tournament with a 1-0 win over Detroit Mercy again on November 6 thanks to Lukas Hakka in the 72nd minute. Goal Penalty kick. The Jaguars have been great at home this season, going 5-2-2 in Indianapolis, but they were 1-4-4 on the road during the regular season.

history vs. IUPUI

Wright State and IUPUI will meet for the 24th time, as the Raiders hold an 18-4-1 all-time mark against the Jaguars after a 2-2 draw at Alumni Field on September 10 in the Horizon League opener for both teams.
All the scoring in the first encounter came in the second half, with IUPUI jumping two goals behind Josemir Gomez and Lukas Hackaa before the Raiders responded with Conner Osterolt stats and a goal from PK. Joe Kwadio.

Back to season

Wright State will play in the Horizon League Posteason for the first time since 2019 when the Raiders beat Milwaukee on penalties and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament, defeating Notre Dame in the first round before losing to the National. Michigan seeded penalty shootout.

Horizon League Raiders

Five Raiders took home All-Horizon League honors last week, as Pearson Davis He was appointed to the first team and Reese LabaoAnd the Sebastian JimenezAnd the Joe Kwadio And the Brooke Beckett They were all selected to the second team.
Davis started and played in all 16 regular season competitions with the team’s best 1,440 minutes playing the full 90 minutes per game while installing Ryder’s defensive line. Davis’ playing helped lead Ryder’s defense to a 1.40-goal average, the fourth-best mark in the Horizon League.

Allbaugh started and played in all 16 of the team’s regular season competitions, recording 1,326 minutes, while his five goals are tied for the Wright State team, and his 11 total points are the second-most shots on Raider’s list that Allbaugh has scored with a total of 61 shots. The team and the Horizon League, as well as his 29 shots on goal. Koudio started 14 games and played in all 16 of the team’s competitions, recording 973 minutes, as his 13 points top Ryder’s list while his five goals tie with the Wright State team and his 11 points total is second in the standings. shifters list. Beckett started and played in 15 of the team’s regular season, recording 1,202 minutes while scoring and assisting with nine shots, four of which were on target.

Jimenez has started 11 of the team’s 16 competitions, clocking just under 1,000 minutes with three closing periods this season, including a pair in the Horizon League game. His 1,129 versus average goals are the third best in the Horizon League, while he only allowed 12 goals total. In the Horizon League game, his goals against the average have dropped to 1.000. Jimenez has 45 total saves this season and 27 in the Horizon League game, both ranking fifth in HL, while his 4.09 saves per game is also the fifth best in Horizon.

On the lateral changer line

Coach Jake Slimcker No stranger to the Ryder team, he was a player, assistant coach and co-coach on the show before taking the reins in 2018. Three new faces on the crew joined him this season – Alex van der SluijsAnd the Adam Maloney And the Ian Mulventer. Van der Sluijs joined the Raiders after a four-season stint as the men’s soccer coach at Wilmington College, where he led the Fightin’ Quakers to four consecutive seasons and won the 2021 OAC Coach award.

Mulventer joined the Raiders after working as a player development apprentice with the Columbus Crew, and he also ran both football programs at Carroll High School. He started his collegiate career at Wright State, playing one season with the Raiders (2017) before transferring to Wilmington College, where he played under Van der Sluijs. Maloney was most recently an assistant coach at Wilmington College under Van der Sloeg and played collectively as a goalkeeper for Xavier before graduating from Wright State with a degree in organizational leadership in 2008.

do I know you?

Wright State will see a familiar face off the bench as first-year IUPUI coach Sid Van Druenen moved west to lead the Jaguars after five seasons at Wright State, including serving as the Raiders’ top assistant before heading to IUPUI. IUPUI assistant, Arturo Rodriguez, also spent some time on the Raider team from 2019-2021 before joining van Druenen.

Welcome to the team

Wright State welcomed ten new players to this year’s roster – seven transfers and three new players. Uchi OdeminaAnd the Cameron Radek And the Max Williams Their college career begins this fall, while Jacob AdamsAnd the Noah BuffoAnd the Kobe BerlazaAnd the Dominic RuffoloAnd the Brady ShapiroAnd the Logan Smith And the Cole Wertmuller They continue their career in green and gold.

international torch

Wright State’s 2022 roster includes six internationals from Brazil, England, France, Portugal, Spain and Wales, while nine states are represented: Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Maryland, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Texas.


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