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Wisconsin drops 1-0 decision to Marquette



Sept. 28, 2010

Marquette 1, Wisconsin 0
Valley Fields • Milwaukee, Wis.
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1st 2nd Final
 Wisconsin (1-6-1)
0 0
 Marquette (3-3-2)
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• Attendance: 1043
36' Calum Mallace (unassisted)
Min GA Sv
Max Jentsch (L, 0-1-0)
90:00 1 3
MU David Check (W, 3-2-2) 90:00 0 3
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6 8
 Shots on Goal
3 4
 Corner Kicks
4 3
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MILWAUKEE, Wis. - The University of Wisconsin men's soccer team fell to in-state foe Marquette, 1-0, on the road at Valley Fields on Tuesday night.

Freshman Max Jentsch (Hartland, Wis.) made his first collegiate start in net for Wisconsin (1-6-1). Jentsch faced eight total shots, making three saves on four MU shots on goal. Fellow freshman Nick Janus (Deer Park, Ill.) led the Badgers with three shots, including two on goal.

 Fast Facts
• Freshman GK Max Jentsch makes first collegiate start
• Freshman Nick Janus leads UW with two shots on goal
• Badgers open Big Ten play at Indiana on Sunday

Marquette (3-3-2) took the lead at the 36:30 mark and held on for the 1-0 victory. Calum Mallace scored his third goal of the season for the Golden Eagles, beating Jentsch on a free kick from the top of the 18-yard box.

"Tonight's result was disappointing," head coach John Trask said. "We need to get back to work at practice this week as we have a tough task ahead of us at Indiana on Sunday. We need to play better as we move forward, especially entering Big Ten play."

The Badgers tallied the game's first two shots as freshmen Luke Goodnetter (Elm Grove, Wis.) and Janus each posted headers in the opening 21 minutes. Goodnetter's attempt went high, but Janus directed a header on goal and MU keeper David Check made the save.

Jentsch made his first save of the game in the 26th minute on a header by Eric Pothast.

In the 77th minute, freshman Chris Prince (Naperville, Ill.) connected for a header off a Janus corner kick, but Check made the save for the Golden Eagles.

The Badgers had another late scoring opportunity in the 86th minute. Freshman Joey Tennyson (Milwaukee, Wis.) sent in a corner kick to Janus, but his shot went over the crossbar.

Check made three saves in net for Marquette as the Golden Eagles outshot the Badgers, 8-6.

Wisconsin opens Big Ten Conference play at Indiana (4-3-0, 1-0-0 Big Ten) on Sunday. Kickoff is set for 4 p.m. CT, and the game will air live on the Big Ten Network.

Fans should also mark their calendars for the second annual PAC the MAC doubleheader on Sunday, Oct. 10. The UW women's team kicks off the double-header, hosting Illinois at noon before the Badger men host Michigan at 2:30 p.m. Kids will receive free admission by wearing their youth team soccer jersey to the game.

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