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Rapids midfielder Dillon Powers dribbles the ball outside of the New England box.

It wouldn’t be a February sports event without the sort of weather that the folks at Visit Tucson like to keep out of the brochures. When the Colorado Rapids and New England Revolution played to a 2–2 draw at Kino Stadium on Saturday afternoon, the rain and wind seemed to be a bit more like their Denver and Boston homes than sunny Arizona. Read more»

Kelyn Rowe celebrates scoring his game-winning goal against the Chicago Fire.

In the closing moments at Kino Sports Park on Wednesday, the New England Revolution’s Kelyn Rowe slipped past the Chicago Fire defense and chipped it past ‘keeper Kyle Rennish. The stoppage time goal in the Desert Diamond Cup soccer game ended Chicago's preseason streak. Read more»

He hasn’t taken to wearing guayabera shirts or bola ties, but New England Revolution coach Jay Heaps is settling in for his team’s third preseason stay in Tucson as participants in the 2014 Desert Diamond Cup. It's comfortable for him here. Read more»

The revs defend a corner kick early in the game.  Real Salt Lake and the New England Revolution both rested many regular starters for their encounter.

The New England Revolution secured a spot in the Desert Diamond Cup final with a win against Real Salt Lake on Wednesday night. More than 6,200 fans saw the Revs notch their third win in the preseason tournament, 2-1. Read more»

New York goalkeeper Jeremy Vuolo snatches the ball from the air as New England midfielder Shalrie Joseph attempts a header.

The second match of Saturday night's FC Tucson Desert Diamond Cup ended with another win for the New England Revolution and another loss for the New York Red Bulls, who dropped the match 2-0. Read more»

It’s that time of year again: the FC Tucson Desert Diamond Cup is kicking off on Wednesday night with four Major League Soccer teams playing at Kino Stadium. So, who are these men with the shorts and oddly colored shirts? Read more»

FC Tucson's Kareem Smith (R) defends against Revolution forward Sainey Nyassi

FC Tucson's Miloš Dragić scored a goal in the final minutes a match against the New England Revolution, but Tucson fell by a score of 2-1. Los Tucsonenses put up a spirited fight in the tilt against the MLS side. Read more» 2