Saturday night was hot in Seattle and OSA FC was on fire. With a few of the usual suspects out due to injury, OSA FC’s up-and-coming coach Paul Aur looked to change things up a bit and going with a 4-3-3 system proved fruitful. OSA’s front three were always looking to get in behind Portland’s
Dayton Dynamo FC hosted FC Buffalo at Roger Glass Stadium on Sunday afternoon in a game that would help shape the East Conference playoff picture. Both teams battled back from deficits, but neither could make a lead stick. The match ended in a 3-3 draw following a second half that featured five goals, double saves,
For all the script writers out there who love drama, the match between OCFC and Albion SC PROS had everything. It was a game that left Orange County FC supporters stunned as they walked out of the stadium. It was unfamiliar territory; OCFC experienced their first loss as members of the National Premier Soccer League.
Detroit City FC picked up its sixth consecutive league win on Sunday afternoon on the road defeating Milwaukee Torrent, 2-1. The comeback win, which pushed Le Rouge (6-2-1, W-T-L) to second place in the NPSL Great Lakes standings with 20 points, was led by goals from Tyrone Mondi and Shawn Lawson. Lawson's strike in the
Detroit City FC defeated Kalamazoo FC, 2-1, for its fifth league win in a row in front of 5,345 fans on Friday night at Keyworth Stadium. Man of the Match Elijah Rice, who made his City debut, became the hero of the night in the 67th minute with the game-winning goal. The other Le Rouge