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Oct. 17, 2010

Michigan State 3, Wisconsin 0
DeMartin Soccer Complex • East Lansing, Mich.
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1st 2nd Final
 Michigan State (10-3-0)
2
1
3
 Wisconsin (1-9-2) 0
0
0
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 Scoring
MSU 8' Own goal (unassisted)
MSU 41' Domenic Barone (penalty kick)
MSU 50' Jake Fullerton (Domenic Barone, Spencer Thompson)
 Goalkeepers
Min GA Sv
MSU
Avery Steinlage (W, 10-3-0)
69:00 0
1
MSU Jeremy Clark 21:00 0 0
WIS Ryan Vint (L, 1-7-2) 45:00 2
4
WIS Max Jentsch 45:00 1 3
 Stats at a Glance
WIS MSU
 Shots
2
12
 Shots on Goal
1
10
 Saves
7
1
 Offsides
2
2
 Corner Kicks
3
3
 Yellow Cards
1 --
 Red Cards
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EAST LANSING, Mich. - The University of Wisconsin men's soccer team dropped its third-straight game, falling to No. 21 Michigan State, 3-0, at the Spartans' DeMartin Soccer Complex on Sunday afternoon.

Wisconsin (1-9-2, 0-2-1 Big Ten) split time in goal between senior Ryan Vint (Plymouth, Minn.), who made four saves, and freshman Max Jentsch (Hartland, Wis.), who made three. Fellow senior Aaron Nichols (Woodstock, Ill.) recorded the Badgers' lone shot on goal.

Michigan State (10-3-0, 2-2-0 Big Ten) received goals from junior Domenic Barone and redshirt senior Jake Fullerton. Fellow redshirt senior Avery Steinlage made one save in 69 minutes in goal, and redshirt junior Jeremy Clark finished off the final 21 minutes in net for the Spartans.

The Spartans outshot the Badgers 12-10, including a 10-1 advantage in shots on goal.

Michigan State took a 1-0 lead in the seventh minute on an own goal. UW failed to clear a ball, which was deflected past Vint to give the Spartans an early lead.

MSU then capitalized on a penalty kick in the 41st minute. Junior Domenic Barone beat Vint on his sixth goal of the season to make it 2-0 MSU heading into halftime. The goal marked the second penalty kick goal UW has allowed this season after Florida International's Mike Muehseler also scored on the Badgers with a penalty kick.

The Badgers allowed another goal off a set piece in the 50th minute. UW fouled Barone when he went up for a header, and Jentsch made the first save. However, redshirt senior Jake Fullerton found the back of the net off the free kick set up by Barone and senior Spencer Thompson after a scramble in front of the net.

Wisconsin's best scoring opportunity came in the 66th minute. Freshman Joey Tennyson (Milwaukee, Wis.) sent in a corner kick that MSU deflected back out of bounds for a second UW corner. Fellow freshman Paul Yonga (Brooklyn Park, Minn.) took the second attempt and found Nichols, but Steinlage made the save.

With the loss, the Badgers fall to 20-9-4 all-time against Michigan State. Meanwhile, the Spartans remain unbeaten at home on the season and improve to 2-2-0 in Big Ten action.

UW hosts a pair of games at the McClimon Complex this week. The Badgers host in-state rival Green Bay Wednesday at 7 p.m. before welcoming Big Ten foe Northwestern to Madison Saturday at 7 p.m.

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