The UConn men’s soccer team dropped a 1-0 decision at Syracuse on Tuesday night. The game marked the final nonconference contest on the Huskies schedule. Junior Sondre Norheim scored the lone goal of the game for the Orange, as he headed a ball served in off a corner kick in the 55th minute.
The UConn men’s soccer team suffered a two-game losing streak after being defeated by Memphis 1-0 in overtime and Providence 2-1 in overtime. On Friday, the Huskies played the Tigers at Dillon Stadium for their second American Athletic Conference match and managed to play a 0-0 match for the full 90 minutes.
The UConn men’s soccer team took its third straight game to overtime after a hard-fought 90 minutes against Providence. Unfortunately, the negative trend continued for the Huskies as they lost once again at home, extending their winless streak to five games, their longest stretch without winning a game since 2015.
The UConn men’s soccer team will look to break a three-game winless streak as they take on the Memphis Tigers Friday at 3 p.m. at Dillon Stadium in Hartford. The game was originally set for 7 p.m. but was rescheduled to the afternoon after the University received guidance from the Connecticut Department of Public Health as it pertains to the mosquito-borne EEE virus.
The UConn men’s soccer team settled for a 2-2 draw against Dartmouth at Burnham Field Tuesday night in Hannover, New Hampshire. Senior forward Jordan Hall opened the scoring and junior midfielder Ahdan Tait notched his first goal of the season to double the lead, but the Huskies allowed the Big Green to score a pair of late second half goals to scrape out the tie.
Despite a hard-fought 90 minutes, the UConn men’s soccer team was once again unable to convert their chances to points against USF, losing their first conference matchup 2-1. As the halfway point of the season approaches, the Huskies are in desperate need of a change if they hope to salvage something this year.
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.