Men's College Soccer Challenge
**Tickets will be available for pick up at will call on the day of the game. Please bring your order confirmation number and receipt.**
Bucks Host 12th Annual Men’s College Soccer Challenge Presented by National Coney Island
Nationally Ranked Michigan, Michigan State & Notre Dame return to Pontiac’s Ultimate (Indoor) Soccer Arenas on Saturday, April 4, 2020
Pontiac, MI - The Flint City Bucks will host the 12th annual Bucks College Soccer Challenge on Saturday afternoon, April 4th when they welcome six top DI men’s college soccer programs to Pontiac’s Ultimate Soccer Arenas (indoor). The popular annual event leads off with the Oakland University Grizzlies hosting the Michigan State Spartans at 12:15 p.m. The second match of the triple header features an all Hoosier clash when Notre Dame faces Butler University 2:15 p.m. And the finale features #13 ranked Michigan Wolverines and the Xavier Musketeers at 4:15 p.m.
It is anticipated that the event will showcase at least (11) USL2 National Champion players from the Flint City Bucks, representing four schools: UM, Butler, Oakland and MSU. From UM: Umar Farouk Osman (junior / fwd), Marc Ybarra (junior / mid), Jacob Nunner (junior / keep) and Kevin Buca (sophomore / mid). From Butler, Rhys Myers (junior / def), Griffin DeBolt (sophomore / def), Hemi Nasser (freshman / fwd) and Caleb Norris (freshman / keep). From Oakland: Spencer Nolff (senior / mid) and Dylan Borczak (junior / mid). And from Michigan State: Louis Sala (sophomore / mid).
Tickets are $12 GA at the door, which admits each fan to all three of the day’s matches. Special pre-sale tickets can be purchased online for only $8 at:
The Flint City Bucks (formerly Michigan Bucks) are the most successful minor league soccer franchise in history, winning four national championships in the club’s first 24 years in USL League Two. In 2019, the Bucks incredible first season at Kettering University’s historic Atwood Stadium (downtown Flint) provided passionate mid Michigan soccer fans with two national championships: the club’s fourth USL League Two National title in a 1-0 overtime thriller in front of 7,198 fans at historic Atwood and the team’s third consecutive Hank Steinbrecher Cup in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.