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This Week in Men's Soccer

Schedule
8/28 BUTLER L, 1-0
8/30 #19 XAVIER L, 2-0
9/4 at Santa Clara 9 PM
9/6 at UC Davis 7 PM
9/11 at Rutgers 6 PM
9/19 at St. John's 6 PM
9/22 SIUE 7 PM
9/27 MARYLAND Noon
9/30 GREEN BAY 7 PM
10/3 at Michigan 1 PM
10/7 MARQUETTE 7 PM
10/10 MICHIGAN STATE 7 PM
10/14 at Saint Louis 7 PM
10/18 at Ohio State 1 PM
10/21 at Milwaukee 8 PM
10/24 PENN STATE 7 PM
10/31 at Indiana 6 PM
11/4 NORTHWESTERN 7 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
Complete Roster

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BADGERS TRAVEL WEST TO TAKE ON DUO OF CALIFORNIA SCHOOLS
The Wisconsin men's soccer team begins a two-week stretch of away games with a trip to the West coast, where they will compete against both Santa Clara and UC Davis over the Labor Day weekend. The Badgers first match up against the Santa Clara Broncos on Friday, Sept. 4, at 9 p.m. (CT). They will then travel to Davis, California to take on the Aggies on Sunday, Sept. 6 at 7 p.m.

Wisconsin began its regular season with a pair of home games against Butler and No. 19 Xavier. Despite great efforts put forth by the Badgers, UW left the weekend with a 0-2 record.

WISCONSIN at SANTA CLARA
Date  Friday, Sept. 4  |  9 p.m. CT
Location  Santa Clara, Calif.  | Stevens Stadium
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WISCONSIN at UC DAVIS
Date  Sunday, Sept. 6  |  7 p.m. CT
Location  Davis, Calif.  | Toomey Field
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STARTING XI
1    YOUTH MOVEMENT:
Wisconsin welcomed 12 freshmen to Madison last season. The class included two Gatorade Player of the Year winners and three players ranked among the country’s top 150 recruits (TopDrawerSoccer).
2    TOMMY ON THE SPOT: A 2014 Big Ten All-Freshman Team honoree, 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); second in ast (3) and pts (13).
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    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.
5    BROTHERTON: Hailing from Auckland, New Zealand, Sam Brotherton played this summer for his country at the FIFA Under-20 Men’s World Cup. He scored a goal and helped NZ into the knockout rounds for the first time in history.
6    CAT-ALYST: Mike Catalano joined Tom Barlow and Mark Segbers last season in garnering 2014 Big Ten All-Freshman Team honors. The midfielder tallied two goals and one assist last year; first-career goal vs. Xavier last yr.
7    BEYERS: Casey Beyers started the first two games this season at goalkeeper. The junior from Maryland started eight games last season, posting one shutout and 33 saves. Last season, he splits time with Adrian Remeniuk.
8    DON'T COUNT 'EM OUT: Don’t count the Badgers out until it’s over. Wisconsin scored 14 of its 20 goals in the second half last season. UW earned its first win last season in a 4-0 rout of Xavier behind four second-half goals.
9    BATTLING BADGERS: UW has not been afraid to face the nation’s best, which remains true. 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    GETTING BACK IN THE DANCE: In 2014, Wisconsin earned its first trip to the NCAA tournament since 1995 and advanced to the second round before losing to eventual champ Notre Dame. UW looks to get back in 2015.
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.

SERIES vs. SANTA CLARA
Friday night's game with Santa Clara marks the third time that the Badgers and the Broncos will meet.
- Wisconsin leads the all-time series 2-0-0.
- The Badgers have battled the Broncos once in Madison and once in California
- The Badgers first met the Broncos in 2008, when they came away with a 1-0 win in overtime.
- The most recent meeting between the teams was in 2010 when the Badgers beat the Broncos 2-1 in California.

SERIES vs. UC DAVIS
Sunday’s contest against UC Davis marks only the second time that the Badgers and the Aggies meet.
- The Badgers lead the series 1-0-0 against the Aggies.
- The two teams haven't played against each other since 1987, when the Badgers beat the Aggies 1-0 in California
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The Aggies, like the Badgers, have begun their regular season with a 0-2 record.
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UC Davis returns 15 letterwinners, but will welcome 12 freshmen to the roster as well.

NOTES FROM UW'S LAST MATCH
#19 XAVIER 2,  WIS 0 - 9/30/15 - MADISON
- Mike Catalano led the team in shots for the second-straight game with two (1 SOG).
- Mark Segbers made his first start of the season and finished the game with one shot.
- Adrian Remeniuk recorded his first minutes of the 2015 season, as he checked in for Casey Beyers with 16:17 left in the game.
- The Badgers held their ground to a 0-0 score at halftime, but were unable to recover from Xavier's duo of goals in the second half.
- UW performance against Xavier brought the all-time record to 2-2-1.

ON WISCONSIN
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