(Aubree Stamper/MJ)


The University of Michigan-Dearborn men’s soccer team entered the week having lost their last three games.

After taking on Indiana Tech and Concordia, the Wolverines losing streak stretched to five games.

Wednesday, the Wolverines dropped their match against Indiana Institute of Technology, 4-1.

Indiana Tech (8-0, 2-0 Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference) scorched the pitch early on, taking a 2-0 lead on the Wolverines (2-5, 0-3 WHAC) in the first 11 minutes of play.

The Warriors would not stop there, as they would put up two more goals in the following minutes.

In the 68th minute, freshman Jacob Drzyga gave the Wolverines their lone goal of the game, the first of his collegiate career.

Friday, the Wolverines traveled to Concordia for their first road conference game of the season. The Cardinals (6-4, 1-2 WHAC) rallied to beat Michigan-Dearborn 3-2.

Senior Alek Vasilevski scored two early goals to give the Wolverines a 2-0 lead to start the game.  

As the first half winded down, Concordia would tie things at 2-2 with both goals coming off the foot of Alex Vtzovski.

Through the second half, they would remain tied until the 85th minute when Vtzovski put his third goal of the day past Wolverine goaltender Dylon DaSilva to complete the Cardinal’s comeback.

Looking forward to this week, the Wolverines will have their hands full as they face 7th-ranked Northwestern Ohio on Wednesday, Oct. 5 before traveling to Adrian to battle with Siena Heights on Friday.