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FC Tucson Women seal draw with SeaLions

Despite owning the ball for much of the match, a familiar problem afflicted the FC Tucson Women on Friday night as they played San Diego SeaLions at Kino Stadium: what smart soccer observers call finishing. The match ended in a scoreless draw.... Read more»

Az woman celebrates as appeals court denies 'Redskins' trademark

A federal judge Wednesday upheld a ruling by the Patent and Trademark Office to cancel registration of the Washington Redskins' trademark.... Read more»4

FC Tucson

Sol on Ice: Espindola quick brace downs Burqueños

It took only 10 minutes for FC Tucson's Pedro Espindola to score the two goals that earned his team the Golden Rattler.... Read more»

FC Tucson: Jaramillo brace earns men win despite defensive woes

FC Tucson men's team ended the weekend with a split result; the women travel to Yuma on Sunday to play a friendly.... Read more»

FC Tucson: Women victorious on last-minute goal; Men end road trip with 3-1 win

Forward Kaitlyn Lopez has had trouble hitting the back of the net, but she says Saturday's goal will open the floodgates. For the men, David Clemens was involved in all three goals as FC Tucson ended their road trip with a 3-1 win over BYU Cougars.... Read more»

FC Tucson Women post win; Men earn draw in oddball match

The heat left both teams at Kino sluggish, but FC Tucson Women came out on top 3-0 against Pateadores on Friday night. The men came back to draw after a coach and player were ejected.... Read more»

FC Tucson Women hope home cooking and dry heat give 6 more points

FC Tucson Women looks to better their 3-0-2 record this weekend with two home matches. Friday night they will take on Pateadores, currently with one win in five matches, and Saturday will be against Legends FC, who hover just behind FC Tucson in fourth place.... Read more»

Soccer notes

The Matao that roared: Arizona players power Guam over India

India is a cricketing country that doesn’t have the best record in world soccer. Even so, to see a nation of more than 1.2 billion people beaten 2-1 by Guam in a World Cup qualifier makes the word “upset” come to mind. Arizona-born Brandon McDonald and FC Tucson's Travis Nicklaw snatched goals for the tiny island against the world's second-largest nation... Read more»

FC Tucson posts emphatic win over Misioneros

FC Tucson beat longtime rivals Golden State Misioneros by a score of 2-0 at Kino North Stadium on Saturday night. It was a strong result, but not easy. “They are good, very dangerous,” said coach Rick Schantz after the match.... Read more»

Soccer notes

Monohan, Marquez, Miller return to Old Pueblo in FC Tucson Women home debut

Sam Monohan, Analisa Marquez and Mallory Miller are playing in Tucson again, if only for the summer. Plus: Men play in Albuquerque, with implications for both the league and the fan-created Copa Frontera.... Read more»

FC Tucson beats prospective PDL team Frontera United in friendly.

Frontera United, an independent team from Yuma, visited Kino North Stadium on Tuesday night to get a feel for the environment in Tucson and the level of play in the Premier Development League. FC Tucson won 5-2 after a back-and-forth match.... Read more»

For club and territory: Two FC Tucson players jet off to Guam for World Cup qualifiers

FC Tucson’s Dallas Jaye and Travis Nicklaw and the rest of the Matao begin their hunt for World Cup glory next Thursday.... Read more»

FC Tucson collars Mobsters, 2-0

FC Tucson opened their season in Las Vegas on May 8 and played a seesaw battle with the Mobsters that ended in a 2-2 draw. On Saturday night the Vegas soccer squad were on Tucson’s home turf, Kino North Stadium, and didn’t manage to answer the local side’s goals. Tucson ended the night with a 2-0 win.... Read more»

Soccer notes

Amateur Chula Vista FC looks to defeat pros in Open Cup

The history of the U.S. Open Cup is full of underdog stories, and it looks like this year's is Chula Vista FC.... Read more»

Tucson ain't Cougartown: BYU plays FC Tucson to nil-nil draw

A defense-minded BYU Cougars squad visited Kino Stadium on Saturday night and held FC Tucson to a scoreless draw. Local team FC Tucson’s offensive trio of Majed Osman, Pedro Espindola and Brandon Zambrano won battles in the midfield, but didn’t get as many looks at the goal as coach Rick Schantz would have liked.... Read more»

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