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Men’s Soccer: Huskies look to bounce back against Yale 

Men’s Soccer: Huskies look to bounce back against Yale 

The UConn men’s soccer team is headed to New Haven this week to face off against the Yale Bulldogs. Being able to control the ball on both sides of the field will be the key to the Huskies victory. The game kicks off at Reese Stadium in New Haven at 7 p.m. today.

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.

Men’s Soccer Notebook: Jordan Hall shines in his Huskies debut 

Men’s Soccer Notebook: Jordan Hall shines in his Huskies debut 

The men’s soccer team looked strong against Rider University this past Friday, walking away with a 2-0 victory in their season opener. While there were positives from the match, the biggest takeaway was the success of senior transfer Jordan Hall in his first regular season game in a Huskies uniform. Hall scored both of UConn’s goals and looked like the leader the Huskies need this season on both sides of the field. 

Men’s Soccer: Huskies look to build on successful 2018 campaign

Men’s Soccer: Huskies look to build on successful 2018 campaign

Last season was a very strong showing for head coach Ray Reid and the UConn men’s soccer team, finishing the season 12-6-2, a 4-win improvement from 2017 and their best record since 2013. Returning players will have to step up in place of the graduated seniors and transfers if the Huskies want to remain near the top of the conference. 

Women’s soccer looks to rebound following disappointing 2018 campaign 

Women’s soccer looks to rebound following disappointing 2018 campaign 

Last season was a forgettable one for Margaret Rodriguez and the UConn women’s soccer team. They went 4-14, the worst record in program history. However, they are looking to rebound this season behind an impressive recruiting class.