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.
After an exciting start to the regular season, the Loyola men’s soccer team has moved into conference play. With every game having conference tournament implications, every matchup means that much more.
The Loyola men’s soccer team is one of two teams in MVC history to win four consecutive player-of-the-week titles.
After holding its opponents scoreless for 558 minutes, the Loyola men’s soccer team met its feat against Creighton University on Sept. 27. The Ramblers, who only allowed two goals on the season prior to the Tuesday night matchup, tolerated three Blue Jay goals.
After successful club soccer careers in their native Germany, Fabian Lifka and Marius Kullmann joined the Ramblers hoping to enhance their soccer skills while earning a degree.
Loyola’s men’s soccer team beat Drake to improve to 6-0-0 on the season and 1-0-0 in the Missouri Valley Conference. The game marked the Ramblers sixth straight shutout.
The Loyola men’s soccer team has won five consecutive games and is rising in the national polls. The Ramblers’ defense is No. 3 in the nation.
Redshirt junior Andrew Chekadanov is ranked No. 6 in the nation out of all Division I teams with a .33 goals against average and has only allowed two goals in six games.