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This Week in Men's Soccer

8/28 BUTLER L, 1-0
8/30 #19 XAVIER L, 2-0
9/4 at Santa Clara L, 2-1 (1OT)
9/6 at UC Davis L, 3-2
9/11 at Rutgers W, 1-0 (2OT)
9/19 at St. John's W, 2-1
9/22 SIUE L, 2-0
9/27 #11 MARYLAND L, 4-1
9/30 GREEN BAY L, 3-2
10/3 at Michigan 1 PM
10/14 at Saint Louis 7 PM
10/18 at Ohio State 1 PM
10/21 at Milwaukee 8 PM
10/31 at Indiana 6 PM
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2013 Roster
1 Casey Beyers RS JR GK
3 Sam Brotherton FR D
4 Enda O'Neill SO D
6 Adam Lauko SR D
7 Drew Conner  SR MF
8 Anders Kristensen SR MF
9 Nick Jones RS SO F
11 Tom Barlow SO F
12 Matej Radonic JR D
13 Alex Masbruch SO MF
14 Nikola Atlija SO MF
15 Christopher Mueller SO F
16 Brian Hail JR MF/F
17 Mark Segbers SO F
18 Mike Catalano SO MF
20 Zacc Roelke RS SO D
21 Luc Kazmierczak RS JR MF
22 Grant Stoneman SO MF
23 Carl Schneider RS SR D/MF
24 Abdul Kooistra FR MF/D
25 Rahim Omar SO D
26 Sully Tesch RS FR D
27 Elan Koenig FR D
29 Tyler Yanisch FR F
30 Jack Wells RS FR GK
31 Connor Revsbeck RS JR GK
32 Mark Kosobucki RS JR GK
33 Adrian Remeniuk SO GK
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The Wisconsin men’s soccer team (2-7-0, 1-1-0 Big Ten) takes to the road and heads to Ann Arbor, Michigan, on Saturday to match up against fellow Big Ten member Michigan. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. CT at the U-M Soccer Complex.

The Wolverines, (5-2-1, 2-0-1) have only lost once at home this season to in-state team Detroit. In the conference, UM stands atop the Big Ten standings undefeated. The Wolverines beat both Northwestern (3-0) and then-No. 21 Penn State (2-0), while also tying then-No. 4 Maryland, 0-0, in double-overtime.
Michigan freshman Francis Atuahene leads the Big Ten in goals with six, as he’s scored a goal in each of UM’s last three games.

Despite a pair of goals scored by senior Drew Conner and sophomore Mark Segbers during the Badgers’ game vs. Green Bay on Wednesday, Wisconsin was unable to respond to a trio of goals from the Phoenix and Green Bay won the game in a 3-2 decision.

Sophomores Christopher Mueller and Mark Segbers lead the Badgers with six points each, while Tom Barlow is second with four points. Seven other Badgers have contributed points this season as well. The Badgers have scored nine goals this season, six of which have come on the road.

Date  Saturday, Oct. 3 |  1 p.m. CT
Location  Ann Arbor, Mich. |  U-M Soccer Complex
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1    MAKING THEIR HOUSE A HOME: Wisconsin is still seeking its first home win of the 2015 season. One of UW’s three home wins last year came against Green Bay. UW’s last home win was Oct. 22, 2014, vs. Milwaukee.
2    TOMMY ON THE SPOT: A 2014 All-Big Ten Freshman, Tom Barlow is ranked as the 10th best player in the Big Ten by TopDrawerSoccer. He shared UW’s lead last year in goals (5) and scored his first goal of 2015 vs. #11 Maryland.
3    ST. LOUIS STRIKERS: Mark Segbers joined Barlow as a 2014 Big Ten All-Freshman Team honoree. Segbers was UW’s points leader (15); T1st goals (5). Both natives of St. Louis, Segbers and Barlow grew up playing with each other.
4    SAM HE IS: Hailing from New Zealand, Sam Brotherton played for his country this summer at the FIFA Under-20 Men’s World Cup. Only 18 years old, Brotherton has already participated/traveled with New Zealand’s full national team.
5    OFFENSIVE CATTY-LYST: Mike Catalano joined Barlow and Segbers as an All-Big Ten Freshman last year. This year, he’s been an offensive catalyst leading UW in shots in all but one game; also leads UW in shots (12) and SOG (7).
6    CAPTAIN CONNER: A second-team All-Big Ten member in 2013 and ranked the 73rd best player in the country by TopDrawerSoccer in 2014, Drew Conner is ranked this year as the 17th best player in the Big Ten by TopDrawerSoccer.
7    IN NET WITH ADRIAN: Adrian Remeniuk made his first start of the season at Rutgers. Behind a career-high 10 saves, the sophomore preserved his third career shutout. He was named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week (9/15).
8    DON'T COUNT 'EM OUT: Don’t count the Badgers out until it’s over. So far this season, Wisconsin has scored five of its seven goals in the second half of games. Wisconsin scored 14 of its 20 goals in the second half last season.
9    BATTLING BADGERS: UW has never been afraid to face the nation’s best, still true this year. The Badgers are scheduled to face a total of seven teams in 2015 that made last year’s NCAA tournament. Five of those are home games.
10  YOUTH MOVEMENT: Wisconsin welcomed 12 freshmen to Madison last season and six more this year. The 2014 class had two Gatorade Player of the Year winners. 2015 added New Zealand youth system member Sam Brotherton.
11  FAMILIAR XI: Wisconsin returns 10 starters from last season after only losing center back David Caban to graduation. Sam Brotherton is projected to take over at Caban’s spot and contribute to an experienced back line.

Saturday's game vs. Michigan marks the 21st meeting between the Badgers and the Wolverines.
- UW trails Michigan, 5-13-3, in the all-time series.
- The Wolverines have won the last three meetings, dating back to 2012.
- The Badgers are 2-5-1 in Ann Arbor, as their last meeting at U-M Soccer Complex went to the Wolverines in a 2-1 decision.
- The two teams first met in 2000, and have faced off 20 times since then.
- The Badgers and the Wolverines have met three times at neutral locations, including Columbus, Ohio, University Park, Pa., and Evanston, Ill.

- The Wolverines are 5-2-1 on the season, and 2-0-1 in the Big Ten.
- Michigan downed two Big Ten competitors, Northwestern and then-No. 21 Penn State in 3-0 and 2-0 shut outs, respectively.
- U of M is 3-1-0 at home and 2-1-1 on the road.
- The Wolverines are riding a three-game win-streak going into Saturday's game. They currently sit atop the Big Ten Standings.
- Michigan freshman Francis Atuahene leads the Big Ten in goals with six on the season.
- The pair of senior William Mellors-Blair and sophomore Michael Kapitula have each scored a point in the Wolverine's last three matches.

Green Bay 3, Wisconsin 2 - 9/30/15, Madison, Wis.
- Wisconsin fell at home to in-state competitor Green Bay in a 3-2 decision.
- Senior Drew Conner scored his first goal of the season and first run-of-play goal since 2013 off of an assist from junior Luc Kazmierczak.
- Sophomore Mark Segbers also scored for UW off of assists credited to Tom Barlow and Drew Conner.
- The Badgers hold a 2-7-0 record on the season as they head into the second half.

Men's Soccer vs Marquette
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