UConn Men's Soccer

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.

Around the American: Soccer playoffs

Around the American: Soccer playoffs

No. 6 Memphis upset No. 3 USF 3-1 at USF to secure their spot in the semifinals. The Bulls struck first, with Alex Zis sneaking one in the bottom right corner in the 33rd minute. However, it didn’t take long for the Tigers to answer right back, tying the game up on a penalty kick by David Zalzman in the 38th minute.

Men’s Soccer: No. 20 Huskies take on Tulsa in regular season finale

Men’s Soccer: No. 20 Huskies take on Tulsa in regular season finale

The Huskies currently sit in third place in the American Athletic Conference, and while it’s a longshot, they could still wind up with the No. 1 seed in the conference tournament—but they must take care of business against the Golden Hurricane. 

Men’s Soccer: Huskies take on SMU in decisive final game at Morrone

Men’s Soccer: Huskies take on SMU in decisive final game at Morrone

No team in the American Athletic Conference has been better than the UConn men’s soccer team this year, and the Huskies deservedly hold the top spot in the conference. In just over a week, the regular season conference champion will have been determined. But first, there’s two final rounds of in-conference matches to decide who that champion will be

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.”