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Don’t call it a comeback

Moriah Mathies leads Muskies after missing 2012 season

>   Sitting out all of the 2012 season, junior Moriah Mathies came back to the pitch determined to make up what she missed out on when a knee injury sidelined her the year before.   “It was tough, mentally,” said Mathies. “It was my first season to sit out in 14 years, so it was really hard, but at the end of the day, it really did make me a better player. Full story

Women’s Soccer

> The lady Muskie’s had a tough battle against Wilmington on Saturday, Oct. 5, and they came up short losing the game 3-0.    The lady Muskie’s went down 1 to 0 early in the game. A little later in the first half the lady Muskie’s found themselves on the wrong side of the scoring sheet again giving up another goal. Full story

Liam Roche gives men’s soccer a taste of England

> For most college first-years, leaving home is a huge transition. Students leave their homes and  childhood to come to a place they barely know. But imagine that instead of living 30 minutes or  an hour away you had to cross miles of land and an ocean to get home. Full story

Pfefferkorn nets his sixth as Muskies down Bluffton

> Reigning Ohio Athletic Conference men’s soccer player of the week Andreas Pfefferkorn scored a goal in the 68th minute to give the Muskies the two-goal lead in their eventual 2-0 victory over Bluffton on Tuesday night.  Cody Sprague also netting his first-career goal and keepers Mathais Buchnerand Will Hess combined for the clean sheet, the team’s second in a row. Full story

Raven Francis

Women’s soccer seeks OAC improvement this season


Muskingum University Girls Soccer Team Preview. 

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