SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — In its final regular season game, No. 8 Missouri State Men’s Soccer’s perfect regular season got its first blemish in a 2-0 loss to Loyola-Chicago.
Two failed clearances led to both Rambler goals against MSU.
The Bears’ offense, meanwhile, managed more shots on goal (3-2) and twice as many corners (8-4) but failed to turn the chances into goals.
MSU finishes the season with a 9-1 record, 7-1 in the Missouri Valley Conference and will still be the top-seed in the MVC tournament.
The Bears will host a semifinal matchup on Saturday, and with a win would host the championship game as well.