Posts Tagged ‘MBU Soccer’

Men’s Soccer vs. Lyon College

The Spartans defeated the No. 22 ranked Scots on Senior Day, a day filled with rain and gloomy weather.


Photo by Ryan Rerich

Tyler Lewis, freshman from Troy, Mo., scored a goal in the 87th minute which proved to be the game winner for the Spartans. The Spartans defeated Lyon 2-1 as the darkness crept on the field late in the afternoon.

Men’s Soccer Takes Down St. Francis

The men prevailed over the Wildcats on Saturday, September 12 in a strong, competitive match with a golden goal in extra time.

Soccer Header

The Spartans jumped out to 4-1 lead before letting the lead slip with less that 12 minutes in the second half. Before matters could get worse in ET, Eduardo Mendes-Maia secured the victory when he took a lengthy shot beyond the box and lofted it over the goalkeeper’s head for the win.The Spartans prevailed in the match with the “golden goal,” 5-4.

MBU Soccer vs. Park University

The Spartans fell behind early and struggled to scratch a point on the scoreboard as they were defeated Saturday 5-0 by the Pirates.

Photo by: Ryan Rerich

Photo by: Ryan Rerich


MBU Soccer vs Avila University

Photo by: Brittany Gammon

Photo by: Brittany Gammon

Men’s soccer fell to Avila University on Saturday, Sept. 20 in a close 2-1 loss.



About MBU Timeline


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