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FC Tucson celebrates after Josh Coan scores a goal near the end of the first half.

As Saturday night’s match at Kino North Stadium crawled into stoppage time, it looked as though FC Tucson was about to beat league-leading Greenville Triumph and maybe even earn a spot in the final. It didn't work out that way. Read more»

FC Tucson keeper Dallas Jaye slide tackles a ball away from a Ventura County Fusion striker at Kino Stadium in 2014.

Dallas Jaye played three seasons with FC Tucson. He will be returning to Kino North Stadium on Saturday night, this time wearing the jersey of the Greenville Triumph. Read more»

Guam's Travis Nicklaw attempts a shot as India's Arnab Kumar Mondal extends to try to block the ball during a 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier.

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»

Dallas Jaye and Travis Nicklaw

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»

Las Vegas midfielder Oscar Velazquez clears a Tucson corner in the first half.

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»

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»

Ricardo Velazco (9) and Clark Phillips are embraced by the Cactus Pricks after the 59th minute goal.

FC Tucson's strong start Saturday was enough for the club to notch its first win of the season, 2-1, over Las Vegas. “The first 20 minutes, I thought we were dynamite,” said coach Rick Schantz. Read more»

Tucson forward Ricardo Velazco takes a shot from inside the BYU six-yard box.

It was a fitting end to the season: an exciting FC Tucson side with plenty of shots on goal, but with the other team winning. Saturday night's soccer match, played before the largest home crowd of the year, ended in 1-0 loss to BYU Cougars. Read more»

FC Tucson scored a comfortable away victory Tuesday night as they fight to get back into playoff contention. Read more»

FC Tucson won against the North American Soccer League's San Antonio Scorpions on Tuesday night, but it took two extra times and a tiebreaker to do it. The game in San Antonio ended with a 2-2 draw, with FC Tucson edging San Antonio 4-3 on penalty kicks. Read more»