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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»

Madison defender Christian Díaz near the crease for either field hockey or lacrosse at Hart Park. Díaz had a rather quiet night for his team despite keeping FC Tucson to a measly four shots on goal.

Both teams needed three points from Saturday night’s match between FC Tucson and Forward Madison. Neither team came away with a win or even a goal. Read more»

Fort Lauderdale goalkeeper Dylan Castanheira made a spectacular save to prevent Tucson from going up 2-0 late in the match.

FC Tucson had a rematch against Fort Lauderdale at Kino North Stadium on Wednesday night. This time, it was Fort Lauderdale with two late goals as the visitors earned the win. Read more»

Madison FC forward Wojciech Wojcik battles with FC Tucson center back Niall Logue near the midfield line.

After FC Tucson’s win over visiting Forward Madison at Kino North Stadium on Wednesday night, coach John Galas had a simple explanation. "We scored two goals; they scored one,” he said. Read more»

FC Tucson captain Niall Logue (center) played all 90 minutes on the back line and played a crucial role in shutting down some of North Texas's most productive attackers.

A confident Tucson side traveled to Arlington on Saturday night with lessons still fresh and knowing that they could go toe-to-toe with North Texas. They almost pulled off a win that would have put them tantalizingly close to the top of the table. Read more»

FC Tucson's Elivelton celebrates with teammate Samuel Biek after scoring an early goal.

Despite FC Tucson recording 17 shots, only one found home on Wednesday night. That’s all that was needed as the team downed New England Revolution II at Kino North Stadium. Read more»

FC Tucson midfielder Raheem Somersall

FC Tucson announced two team captains in the run-up to their season opener on Saturday. Read more»