- No. 17 Michigan State women's soccer will face Bowling Green in a Sunday afternoon match at DeMartin Stadium.
- Michigan State is coming off a 1-0 win against Cincinnati in their season opener, with senior midfielder Gabby Mueller scoring the lone goal.
- Bowling Green returns four of its top five scorers from last season and will rely on senior goalkeeper Lili Berg for an impressive defense.
No. 17 Michigan State women’s soccer team will face Bowling Green on Senior Day. Michigan State is coming off a season-opening win against Cincinnati, with Senior midfielder Gabby Mueller scoring the lone goal. Bowling Green, led by head coach Jimmy Watson, returns several key players from last season, including top scorer Brynn Gardner and goalkeeper Lili Berg. This will be the 24th meeting between the two teams, with Michigan State dominating the series. Michigan State will be looking to extend their unbeaten home record against Bowling Green.
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