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This Week in Men's Soccer

Aug. 17 UIC (Exh.) W, 1-0
Aug. 22 at Creighton (Exh.) 7 p.m.
Aug. 25 at Notre Dame (Exh.) 6 p.m.
Aug. 29 San Francisco 7:30 p.m.
Aug. 31 Xavier 7 p.m.
Sept. 5 at George Mason 6 p.m.
Sept. 7 at Georgetown 12 p.m.
Sept. 12 Rutgers 7 p.m.
Sept. 19 St. John's 7 p.m.
Sept. 26 at Maryland 6:30 p.m.
Oct. 1 at Marquette  7:05 p.m.
Oct. 4 Michigan 7 p.m.
Oct. 7 Green Bay 7 p.m.
Oct. 11 at Michigan State  1 p.m.
Oct. 15 Loyola Chicago  7 p.m.
Oct. 18 Ohio State 7 p.m.
Oct. 22 Milwaukee 7 p.m.
Oct. 26 at Penn State 1 p.m.
Nov. 1 Indiana 7 p.m.
Nov. 5 at Northwestern 7 p.m.
  2013 Big Ten Tournament  
Nov. 18 TBD TBD
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2013 Roster
1 Casey Beyers RS SO GK
2 Skyler Felt SO F
3 Zacc Roelke RS FR D
4 Enda O'Neill FR D
5 David Caban SR D/MF
6 Adam Lauko JR D
7 Drew Conner  JR MF
8 Anders Kristensen JR MF
9 Nick Jones SO F
11 Tom Barlow FR F
13 Alex Masbruch FR MF
14 JunHo Seok SR D
15 Christopher Mueller FR F
16 Brian Hail SO MF/F
17 Mark Segbers FR F
18 Mike Catalano FR MF
20 Jacob Brindle SR MF/F
21 Luc Kazmierczak RS SO MF
22 Grant Stoneman FR MF
23 Carl Schneider RS JR D/MF
24 Joe Naughton RS SO MF
25 Rahim Omar FR D
26 Joe McLean RS JR MF
27 Bayley Scholz FR D
28 Nikola Atlija FR MF
29 Tyler Yanisch FR F
31 Connor Revsbeck RS SO GK
32 Mark Kosobucki RS SO GK
33 Adrian Remeniuk FR GK
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Aug. 25 - 31

Wisconsin looks to keep home unbeaten streak alive against nonconference opponents San Francisco and Xavier

The No. 19 Badgers will travel to South Bend, Ind. to play Notre Dame on Sunday, Nov. 24 in the second round of the 2013 NCAA Men’s Soccer Championships. Kickoff is slated for 6 p.m. CT on WatchND.tv.

UW and Notre Dame will meet for the 13th time in series history on Sunday and just the second time in the Big Dance. Wisconsin defeated the Fighting Irish, 3-1, in Madison during the 1993 NCAA Tournament. Sunday’s match marks UW’s third meeting this season with a ranked foe and its first match against a top-5 program since 2011 when it battled Creighton.

Wisconsin vs. San Francisco
Date  Friday, Aug. 29  |  7:30 p.m. CT
Location  Madison, Wis. |  McClimon Soccer Complex
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1 PARTY LIKE IT'S 1995: For the first time in nearly two decades, UW is making an appearance in the NCAA tournament. The Badgers are making their first appearance in the Big Dance since 1995, the same season the team won its one and only NCAA title.

LET'S DANCE: Since the program’s inception in 1977, Wisconsin has made the most of its time in the NCAA tournament. UW owns a 9-4-0 record in the Big Dance and its .693 win percentage ranks second all-time behind Indiana (.739). The Badgers are also owners of the nation’s longest current NCAA tournament unbeaten streak (6).

3 TRASK'S TENURE: UW head coach John Trask is making his fourth appearance in the NCAA tournament as a head coach, after winning a pair of titles as an assistant at Indiana. Trask owns a 7-3 career record in the tournament and has won at least a game in every appearance he has made in the Big Dance as a head coach.

4 AJ'S REIGN: AJ Cochran has been the anchor of UW’s backline each of the last two seasons, but the 2013 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year has also shown off his offensive repitoire this season. In UW’s 4-3 comeback win over Indiana on Oct. 11, Cochran was responsible for two of UW’s four scores in the final 25 minutes of action, including the game-winning score in the 84th minute. The St. Louis, Mo., native was named the Big Ten’s Offensive Player of the Week as a result of that performance.

RETURN OF TOMO: Named the Big Ten’s Offensive Player of the Year, Tomislav Zadro finished the regular season first on the team in assists (8) and third in points (16) and goals (4). Despite missing three matches due to surgery, the two-time first-team All-Big Ten performer returned to help UW to a 7-2-1 record in its last nine matches.

Notre Dame


• Friday’s match marks the first meeting all-time between the Badgers and the Dons.  


• Sunday’s match will be the fourth game played between UW and Xavier.

• The series between the Badgers and the Musketeers is currently tied at 1-1-1. 

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#19 WIS 1, MILW 0 - 11/21/13 - McClimon Complex

• Chris Prince netted his second goal of the season.

• Wisconsin shut out its opponent for the sixth time this season.

• Max Jentsch earned his fourth shutout of the season in just seven starts this year. He also imporved his goals against average to 0.70.

• The Badgers extend the nation’s longest home unbeaten streak to 14 matches.

• The Badgers now lead the all-time series with Milwaukee, 15-14-7.

• The Badgers own a 9-4-0 all-time mark in the Big Dance, including a perfect 5-0-0 mark in their last appearance in 1995 en route to the NCAA national title.

• Wisconsin’s .692 win percentage in the Big Dance is second all-time only to Indiana (.739).

• Wisconsin is making its sixth NCAA tournament appearance in 2013, having made its previous five appearances between 1981 and 1995.

• During its 1995 NCAA title run, Wisconsin did not allow a single goal in five matches. The Badgers still stand as the only team in NCAA history to not allow a single goal in a five-game postseason run.

• Four seasons after its inception in 1977, UW earned another milestone moment, earning the program’s first ever NCAA tournament appearance. Following a 15-2-2 season, the Badgers made their debut in the NCAA tournament. Wisconsin fell, 5-1, to Big Ten foe Indiana in the first round on Nov. 22, 1981.

• Wisconsin has taken down three top-25 ranked teams in 2013, shutting out all three opponents this season.

• UW regained bragging rights in the I-94 rivalry, outlasting #10 Marquette, 1-0, at home on Oct. 2.

• After earning a tie against Milwaukee, who was ranked in the NSCAA and Soccer America national poll, the Badgers welcomed #17 Michigan State to the McClimon Complex, knocking off the 2012 Big Ten Tournament champions, 1-0, on Oct. 27.

• The next weekend, on Nov. 3, Wisconsin traveled to No. 25 Northwestern, earning a crucial conference road win in a 1-0 decision in Evanston.

• The Badgers are currently the top team in the league in points (117), goals (39) and goals per game (1.95). UW is also tied for first in the conference in assists (39) and assists per game (1.95).

• The Badgers finished the regular season second in the Big Ten standings, with a 4-2-0 record.

• UW is the lone Big Ten team with 14 wins--two more than the Big Ten leader, Penn State.

• Junior Jacob Brindle is third in goals per game (0.42), tied for third in goals (8), fourth in points (17) and tied for fourth in game-winning goals (3) in the Big Ten. 

• Senior Tomislav Zadro leads the Big Ten in assists (8) and assists per game (0.50). 

• Fellow senior Nick Janus is tied for first in game-winning goals (4), second in goals (9), goals per game (.45), points (20) and points per game (1.05).

• Senior GK Max Jentsch is first in the conference in goals against average (0.70), tied for fifth in shutouts (4) and sixth in save percentage (.750).

Sr. Chris Prince

• Following its win over then 25th-ranked Northwestern on Nov. 3, Wisconsin eclipsed the 10-win plateau for the first time since 1995 when the team won the national championship.

• Prior to recording its 12th win, UW hadn’t won more than 11 games since 2003.

• After defeating Ohio State on Nov. 8, the Badgers eclipsed 13 regular-season victories for the ninth time in program history.

• The Badgers have dominated at home dating back to 2012. UW is in the midst of a 14-match home unbeaten streak, which has included eight shutouts (including 2012 season) and a win over the defending NCAA national champions (Indiana).

Longest Active Home Unbeaten Streaks (Division I Men)

Rank Team Streak
2 Washington 11
3 George Mason 9
4 Saint Louis 8

• For the first time since 1995, Wisconsin has hit the 14-win mark in a single season.

• Coincidentally, the last time the Badgers earned a bid to the NCAA tournament was 1995 -- the same season UW won the NCAA title.

• Following the win over then 25th-ranked Northwestern on Nov. 3, Wisconsin moved into the top-10 in single-season wins in UW history.

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