Loyola’s men’s soccer team notched its first lost in the Missouri Valley Conference and its second loss of the season on Oct. 29 in a 1-0 loss to SIUE
The Loyola men’s soccer team lost its first MVC game this season to Southern Illinois University Evansville 1-0 on Oct. 29.
No, that’s not Paul Pogba or Cam Newton dabbing on Hoyne Field after another goal by the Loyola men’s soccer team (12-1-1, 5-0-1). It’s junior midfielder Brody Kraussel, whose play on the wing this season has helped the men’s soccer team climb to No. 11 in the country and the top of the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) standings.
Loyola’s men’s soccer team continued its dominance over the Missouri Valley Conference after beating Missouri State 2-0 to further solidify its spot as the No. 1 seed heading into the MVC tournament
With just a few games remaining, it appears the Ramblers will take the MVC crown, and at least earn an at-large bid into the NCAA national tournament.
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Loyola’s men’s soccer team continues to plow through the Missouri Valley Conference after beating Drake for the second time this year.
Loyola’s men’s soccer team continued to dominate as it beat Central Arkansas 3-1 on Oct. 1 and DePaul University 2-0 on Oct. 4.