2021 Big Ten Conference men’s soccer season

The 2021 Big Ten Conference men’s soccer season is the 31st season of men’s varsity soccer in the conference. The season began in August 2021 and concluded in November 2021.

Sports season

2021 Big Ten Conference men’s soccer season
League NCAADivision I
Sport Soccer
Duration August 26, 2021 – October 31, 2021
Number of teams 9
2022 MLS SuperDraft
Regular Season
Tournament
Big Ten Conference men’s soccer seasons
2022 

2021 Big Ten Conference men’s soccer standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T W   L   T
No. 24 Penn State 6 2 0 13 6 1
No. 12 Maryland + 5 2 1 12 3 1
No. 17 Indiana + 5 3 0 14 5 1
Michigan 4 3 1 8 7 3
Rutgers 3 4 1 9 6 2
Wisconsin 3 4 1 7 7 3
Northwestern 3 5 0 6 8 2
Michigan State 2 4 2 6 8 2
Ohio State 2 6 0 6 9 1

As of November 14, 2021; Rankings from United Soccer Coaches
Source: Big Ten

The season will culminate with the 2021 Big Ten Men’s Soccer Tournament to determine the conference’s automatic berth into the 2021 NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Tournament.

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The previous season was the 30th season of men’s varsity soccer in the conference. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Big Ten regular season was postponed and began on February 3, 2021 and concluded on April 17, 2021. The season culminated with the 2020 Big Ten Men’s Soccer Tournament to determine the conference’s automatic berth into the 2020 NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Tournament. Indiana defeated Penn State in the Big Ten Men’s Soccer Championship Game.

With the Big Ten title, Indiana earned the conference’s automatic berth into the 2020 NCAA Tournament, where Maryland, and Penn State joined as at-large berths. Maryland was eliminated in the Second Round, while Penn State were eliminated in the Third Round, and Indiana lost in the 2020 NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Championship Game.

As of the 2021 season
Team Head coach Previous job Years at school Overall record Record at school[1] Big Ten record[1] NCAA
Tournaments[2]
NCAA
College Cups[2]
NCAA
Titles[2]
Indiana Todd Yeagley Wisconsin 10 129–54–36 (.671)[3] 122–45–34 (.692)[3] 35–15–18 (.647)[3] 10 3 1
Maryland Sasho Cirovski Hartford 27 412–156–60 (.704)[4] 386–143–53 (.709)[4] 24–9–7 (.688)[4] 25 9 3
Michigan Chaka Daley Providence 8 151–165–48 (.481)[5][6] 61–54–21 (.526)[5][6] 23–20–9 (.529)[5][6] 3 0 0
Michigan State Damon Rensing Michigan State (asst.) 11 117–66–30 (.620)[7] 117–66–30 (.620)[7] 31–26–13 (.536)[7] 8 1 0
Northwestern Tim Lenahan Lafayette 19 305–209–72 (.582) 169–140–51 (.540) 36–60–20 (.397) 9 0 0
Ohio State Brian Maisonneuve Indiana (asst.) 3 1–15–2 (.111) 1–15–2 (.111) 0–7–1 (.063) 0 0 0
Penn State Jeff Cook Bethlehem Steel (asst.) 3 127–104–36 (.543) 6–9–2 (.412) 3–3–2 (.500) 9 0 0
Rutgers Jim McElderry Fordham 2 127–125–37 (.503) 0–0–0 (–) 0–0–0 (–) 3 0 0
Wisconsin John Trask UIC 11 129–96–55 (.559) 75–72–29 (.509) 26–28–10 (.484) 2 0 0

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