2015 Big Ten Men's Soccer Tournament

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2015 Big Ten Conference Men's Soccer Tournament
Country United States
Teams9
ChampionsMaryland
Runners-upOhio State
Matches played8
Goals scored22 (2.75 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Tied (2)
Best playerOffensive: Tsubasa Endoh Defensive: Cody Niedermeier
2014
2016
2015 Big Ten Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
No. 14 Ohio State + 4 2 1     13 7 3
No. 19 Indiana + 4 3 1     13 5 3
No. 12 Maryland 3 2 3     12 5 6
No. 23 Rutgers + 4 4 0     12 7 2
Northwestern 4 4 0     7 9 2
Michigan 3 3 2     8 6 4
Wisconsin 2 3 3     5 11 3
Penn State 2 4 2     7 8 3
Michigan St. 2 4 2     8 9 2
As of December 4, 2015; Rankings from NSCAA

The 2015 Big Ten Conference Men's Soccer Tournament was the 25th edition of the tournament. It determined the Big Ten Conference's automatic berth into the 2015 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship.

The Maryland Terrapins won the tournament, besting the Ohio State Buckeyes in the championship match.

Bracket[edit]

Play-in Round
   
8 Michigan State 1
9 Penn State (OT) 2
Quarterfinals Semifinals Championship
         
1 Ohio State (OT) 1
9 Penn State 0
1 Ohio State 4
4 Rutgers 0
4 Rutgers 2
5 Northwestern 0
1 Ohio State 0
3 Maryland 2
3 Maryland 5
6 Michigan 2
3 Maryland (pen.)  1 (3) 
2 Indiana  1 (2) 
2 Indiana 1
7 Wisconsin 0

Schedule[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

November 7 Michigan State1–2 (a.e.t.)Penn StateColumbus, Ohio
1:00 PM ET Sierakowski Goal 63' Report Harris Goal 49'
James Golden goal 95'
Stadium: Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 214
Referee: Cien Asoera

Quarterfinals[edit]

November 8 Rutgers2–0NorthwesternPiscataway, New Jersey
1:00 PM ET Taintor Goal 24'85' Report Stadium: Yurcak Field
Attendance: 544
Referee: Shane Butler
November 8 Maryland5–2MichiganCollege Park, Maryland
1:00 PM ET Elney Goal 24'
Williamson Goal 47'
Sejdic Goal 81'
Crognale Goal 82'
Odoi-Atsem Goal 89'
Report Murphy Goal 65'
McAtee Goal 88'
Stadium: Ludwig Field
Attendance: 903
Referee: Jodi Fick
November 8 Indiana1–0WisconsinBloomington, Indiana
1:05 PM ET Hollinger-Janzen Goal 22' Report Stadium: Bill Armstrong Stadium
Attendance: 1,047
Referee: Cesar Ibarra
November 8 Ohio State1–0 (a.e.t.)Penn StateColumbus, Ohio
4:00 PM ET Culbertson Golden goal 93' Report Stadium: Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 514
Referee: Jorge Cuate

Semifinals[edit]

November 13 Ohio State4–0RutgersColumbus, Ohio
1:00 PM ET Mohamed Goal 1'
Jensen Goal 20'
Soldat Goal 46'
Nichols Goal 87'
Report Stadium: Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 628
Referee: Peter Dhima
November 13 Indiana1–1 (a.e.t.)
(2–3 p)
MarylandColumbus, Ohio
3:30 PM ET Fives Goal 13' Report Endoh Goal 10' Stadium: Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 628
Referee: Mohammad Samadpour
Penalties
Hollinger-Janzen Penalty scored
Thompson Penalty scored
Gutman Penalty missed
Moore Penalty missed
Webb Penalty missed
Mehl Penalty missed
Penalty scored Corboz
Penalty missed Endoh
Penalty missed Crognale
Penalty scored Korvah
Penalty missed Kabelik
Penalty scored Smith

Final[edit]

November 15 Ohio State0–2MarylandColumbus, Ohio
1:00 PM ET Report Williamson Goal 10'
Endoh Goal 88'
Stadium: Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 1,120
Referee: Keith Angel

Statistical leaders[edit]

All-Tournament Team[edit]

The following players were selected as the best players of the tournament.[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Maryland Wins Big Ten Men's Soccer Tournament Title". Big Ten. November 15, 2015. Archived from the original on November 9, 2017. Retrieved November 8, 2017.

External links[edit]

Tournament Schedule