The Wright State men’s soccer team will make its NCAA tournament debut against Notre Dame (10-7-1) at 7 p.m. Thursday at ND’s Alumni Stadium. The winner will advance to play 13th-seeded Michigan.
Wright State(10-8-3) had a late-season swoon, going 2-6-2 before winning its final regular-season game and sweeping three opponents in the conference tourney to make the 48-team NCAA field for the first time.
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“Making history — I’m really proud,” second-year coach Jake Slemker said. “A lot of alumni have reached out. It’s pretty sweet.”
Notre Dame is in the NCAA Tournament for the eighth straight season.
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