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Coverage of Men's Soccer's 2-0 Loss To Syracuse

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The men's soccer team suffered its first home loss on Tuesday, 2-0 at the hands of a very good Syracuse team. The Minutemen had four shots in the contest, including a close-in header by Matt Keys that went just high of the crossbar late in the second half.

The Minutemen will play an exhibition game at Montreal on Sunday before opening Atlantic 10 play next weekend at Rhode Island.

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UMass Men's Soccer Preview: at Hartford

The Daily Collegian writing tandem of Taylor Snow and Nick Canelas have a couple of articles on the soccer team and Wednesday's 7 p.m. road contest at Hartford.

Remember, if you aren't able to make the drive down to West Hartford tonight, you can watch the game via's subscription video service and follow along with live stats.
The men's soccer team will open a four-game road trip on Saturday when it travels to New York to face Adelphi at 1:00 p.m. Daily Collegian writer Nick Canelas has a preview of the contest, while also writing on what has worked and what is a work-in-progress for the Minutemen during their 2-0-1 start.

It appears as if the Massachusetts men's soccer team has enjoyed the friendly confines of Rudd Field so far this season.
Through three games, the Minutemen (2-0-1) have not only gone undefeated, but they've already matched last year's win total at home and are halfway to last season's overall mark.
Much of UMass' early success can also be credited to senior goalkeeper Brian Frame, who came into the season with two games of collegiate experience under his belt after spending his first three years backing up Chris Piekos and most recently Shane Curran-Hays.

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