Men's Soccer Tournament Central

Nov. 8, 2014

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Maryland Wins Big Ten Men’s Soccer Tournament Title
The No. 1 Maryland men’s soccer team won its first Big Ten Tournament Championship after defeating No. 6 Indiana, 2-1, in Sunday’s championship match at Ludwig Field in College Park, Md. The Terrapins earned the Big Ten’s automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament.

Christoffer Wallander-Ianev scored the game’s first goal in the 42nd minute before Indiana tied the game, 1-1, in the 64th minute. The game-winning goal was scored by Maryland’s Mael Corboz in the 86th minute on a 20-yard free kick. Goalkeeper Zack Steffen recorded six saves in the win.

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All-Tournament Team
Patrick Doody, Indiana
Andrew Oliver, Indiana
Mikey Ambrose, Maryland
Dan Metzger, Maryland
Chris Odoi-Atsem, Maryland
Marcos Ugarte, Michigan
Fatai Alashe, Michigan State
Tyler Miller, Northwestern
Alex Ivanov, Ohio State
Owen Griffith, Penn State
Mitchell Taintor, Rutgers

Offensive Player of the Tournament: Mael Corboz
Defensive Player of the Tournament: Zack Steffen

No. 1 Maryland defeats No. 6 Indiana, 2-1

Maryland defeated Indiana to win the 2014 Big Ten Tournament title. The Terrapins’ first goal came from Christoffer Wallander-Ianev, with Chris Odoi-Atsem tallying the assist. The game-winning goal was scored by Mael Corboz off of a 20-yard free kick. Goalkeeper Zack Steffen recorded six saves.

Maryland Release
No. 1 Maryland ties No. 5 Michigan State, 0-0
After a scoreless first and second half, No. 1 Maryland and No. 5 Michigan State headed into overtime, with the Terrapins advancing to the Championship Game after a shootout. The Terrapins will challenge Indiana on Sunday at 12:30 p.m. ET in the Championship Game.

Maryland Release

No. 6 Indiana defeats No. 2 Ohio State, 2-1
No. 6 Indiana defeated No. 2 Ohio State, and will play in the 2014 Big Ten Championship match on Sunday. Indiana's Patrick Doody scored the first goal of the match, giving the Hoosiers a 1-0 lead over the Buckeyes. After Ohio State scored the equalizing goal, Indiana's Tanner Thompson answered with under five minutes remaining. Thompson scored off of a penalty kick for the win. Indiana will challenge the winner of the Maryland versus Michigan State game, which starts at 3:40 p.m. ET.

Indiana Release

The 2014 Big Ten Men's Soccer Tournament semifinal field has been set following the result of Sunday's quarterfinal matches. As the highest remaining seed, No. 1 Maryland is the host for this weekend's semifinals and championship game. The Terrapins will entertain No. 5 Michigan State, while No. 2 Ohio State will take on sixth-seeded Indiana in the semifinals on Friday, Nov. 14.
No. 1 Maryland defeats No. 8 Rutgers, 2-0

No 1. Maryland defeated No. 8 Rutgers on Sunday, and will continue into the 2014 Big Ten Men's Soccer Tournament semifinals on Friday, Nov. 14. Maryland's Mael Corboz tallied the first goal on a penalty kick, and George Campbell scored the Terrapins' second goal.

Maryland Release

No. 5 Michigan State defeats No. 4 Penn State, 1-0
No. 5 Michigan State advanced to the semifinals after defeating No. 4 Penn State. The Spartans' Tim Kreutz scored the lone goal of the game, and goalkeeper Zach Bennett tallied three saves. Michigan State will challenge No. 1 Maryland on Friday.

Michigan State Release

No. 2 Ohio State defeats No. 7 Michigan, 1-0
No. 2 Ohio State defeated No. 7 Michigan in the quarterfinals on Sunday. The Buckeyes went ahead in the game with Danny Jensen's goal off of a header, which was assisted by Max Moller. Ohio State will challenge No. 6 Indiana on Friday.

Ohio State Release

No. 6 Indiana ties No. 3 Northwestern, 1-1; Indiana advances to semifinals
After two overtimes, No. 3 Northwestern and No. 6 Indiana went into a shootout, with Indiana winning 5-4 on PKs. Indiana scored the first goal of the game with a goal from Dylan Lax. The Hoosiers' goal was assisted by Matt Foldesy. Towards the end of the first half, the Wildcats responded with a goal by Nikko Boxall, assisted by Brandon Medina.

Indiana Release

Game 1 - Saturday, Nov. 8

No. 8 Rutgers Defeats No. 9 Wisconsin, 5-2

No. 8 Rutgers defeated No. 9 Wisconsin, 5-2, on Saturday to continue on into the quarterfinals on Sunday. Rutgers' goals were tallied by Thomas O'Rourke, Nate Bruccoleri, Jason Wright and Mitchell Taintor. Wright led the Scarlet Knights with two goals. Rutgers will challenge No. 1 Maryland on Sunday at 1 p.m. in College Park, Md.

Rutgers Release

See below for the 2014 Big Ten Men's Soccer Tournament schedule (All Times ET).

Saturday, Nov. 8
No. 8 Rutgers vs. No. 9 Wisconsin, 1 p.m. at College Park, Md.

Sunday, Nov. 9
No. 1 Maryland vs. Winner of 8/9, 1 p.m., at College Park, Md.
No. 4 Penn State vs. No. 5 Michigan State, 1 p.m., at University Park, Pa.
No. 3 Northwestern vs. No. 6 Indiana, 1 p.m., at Evanston, Ill.
No. 2 Ohio State vs. No. 7 Michigan, 1 p.m. at Columbus, Ohio

Semifinals and the championship game will take place on Friday, Nov. 14 and Sunday, Nov. 16 at the site of the highest remaining seed coming out of quarterfinals.