Ray Reid

Men’s Soccer: Huskies looking to keep momentum going against Columbia

Men’s Soccer: Huskies looking to keep momentum going against Columbia

The UConn men’s soccer team is set to play their second game of the week this Friday, as they head back to Dillon Stadium to take on Columbia University. The Huskies are coming off a strong performance against Manhattan College in which they came out on top 2-0 and will look to add another win to their total against the Lions. 

Men’s Soccer: Huskies are back home for matchup against Manhattan 

Men’s Soccer: Huskies are back home for matchup against Manhattan 

The UConn men’s soccer team is back in Connecticut this week for a two-game homestand starting this Tuesday when they face off against the Manhattan College Jaspers. The Huskies (2-3-0) haven’t looked like themselves as of late, dropping three straight games after opening the season 2-0.

Men’s Soccer: No. 23 Huskies look to keep their momentum going against the Knights 

The men’s soccer team is back in action this Friday to face off against Fairleigh Dickinson University in their third game of the season. This will be the first matchup between the two schools in their history. 

Men's Soccer Recap: Hall’s brace leads men’s soccer to season-opening win 

Men's Soccer Recap: Hall’s brace leads men’s soccer to season-opening win 

Jordan Hall opened his UConn scoring account in the 20th minute and doubled the Huskies’ lead with a spectacular headed finish in the second half to lead UConn to a 2-0 victory over Rider in their opening game of the season at Al-Marzook Field in Hartford on Friday night.

Coaches Week: Ray Reid, architect of winning culture

Coaches Week: Ray Reid, architect of winning culture

“I think we’re most proud of the connections we have with our players after they leave and how they all come back,” Reid said. “We go to a lot of their weddings. I’m closer with these guys after they graduate than when they’re here and that makes me real happy.”

Men’s Soccer: Huskies face top-seeded UCF for a spot in conference finals

Men’s Soccer: Huskies face top-seeded UCF for a spot in conference finals

After conceding a Temple goal in the 25th minute, UConn came roaring back on Tuesday, scoring three unanswered to take down the fifth-seeded Owls. Dayonn Harris and Cole Venner were the stars of the match for UConn, each scoring second-half goals and applying pressure throughout.

Men’s Soccer: Jacob Hauser-Ramsey is quiet, but his play on the field is loud

Men’s Soccer: Jacob Hauser-Ramsey is quiet, but his play on the field is loud

“The biggest thing I’ve learned is the consistency of giving 100 percent every day,” he said. “I think when I first came here, some days I’m not feeling it, so I’d go 60 percent, some days I’d go 80 and some days, I feel good, so I’d go 100 percent. But now, every day, no matter what we are doing, I’m giving 100 percent.”

Men’s Soccer: Huskies, undefeated at home, look to stay perfect against Sacred Heart

Men’s Soccer: Huskies, undefeated at home, look to stay perfect against Sacred Heart

In six home appearances this season, the UConn men’s soccer team has yet to lose a game, racking up a 5-0-1 record. The Huskies have won three of their last four, haven’t suffered a loss in conference play and continue to climb in nearly every national poll and metric.