While a group of former UW-Oshkosh men's soccer players continue their efforts to save the successful program from elimination, Titans coach Wytse Molenaar has moved on to the next chapter in his career.
Thirty players with Wisconsin ties earned spots on National Soccer Coaches Association of America men's all-region teams for their performances last fall.
Milwaukee School of Engineering's Logan Andryk (Milwaukee Marquette) headlines the 2015 All-Wisconsin team, as selected by the state's NCAA Division III men's coaches who are members of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
Wisconsin players and teams feature prominently in college men's all-conference teams across the Midwest and the nation.
Eight Wisconsin natives are headed to Kansas City, Mo., where the NCAA Division III men's and women's soccer championships will be played Friday and Saturday at Sporting Kansas City's Swope Soccer Village.
Check out the preseason predictions for nine conferences featuring Wisconsin college men's soccer teams.
A look at the 2015 recruiting classes for the state's NCAA Division I and II college programs, and commitments by Wisconsin players to in-state Division III and NAIA schools and out-of-state programs.
Notre Dame senior Patrick Hodan (Brookfield/Milwaukee Marquette) and University of Wisconsin junior Rose Lavelle were named to the watchlist for the Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy, given annually to the nation's top college soccer players.
The newest addition to University of Wisconsin men's soccer coach John Trask's staff is one of the most successful players in program history.
Audi Jepson (Green Bay Preble) was named to the USL Premier Development League Team of the Week after a great week in Canada.