The Nebraska soccer group will tackle a win-or-go-home mindset from right here on out.
The Huskers (2-5-3) will play Minnesota (5-3-3) in a Huge Ten regional weekend match at 4 p.m. Thursday in Champaign, Illinois. The winner will advance to play both seventh-seeded Iowa or second-seeded Illinois on Sunday.
The winner of Sunday’s recreation will lock up a spot within the four-team Huge Ten Event.
The 2021 Huge Ten regional weekend and event divisional alignment mirrors that used throughout soccer season and is used just for the preliminary seeding functions throughout the regional weekend.
Nebraska, seeded sixth, and Minnesota, seeded third, will meet for the second time this season. The groups performed to a 0-0 tie in Minneapolis within the season opener on Feb. 21.
Minnesota was picked to complete in thirteenth place within the Huge Ten preseason ballot, after which closed the common season tied for seventh. The Huskers completed eleventh within the Huge Ten standings.
NU will look to construct off Saturday’s 1-0 win towards Iowa, which snapped a six-game winless streak. Nebraska has recorded 4 shutouts this season, together with the one towards the Gophers.
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