“What can I say… A game full of emotions, a lot of things happened. A roller coaster of emotions.”
Third-tier side Flower City Union of the NISA held MLS’ D.C. United for much of the Third Round match in the U.S. Open Cup, but a 73rd-minute goal by forward Ola Kamara opened up the floodgates, leading to a 3-0 win
The team formerly known as the Rochester Rhinos, the 1999 US Open Cup champions, are back in the tournament.
A 1,500-mile trip, some biting wind, and a valiant display from the home side was not enough to stop FC Maritsa from earning a win on penalties against IASC Boom on Sunday night in Rochester.
On a blustery afternoon amid chilling winds and freezing rain in Rochester’s suburb of Pittsford, the River Dogz earned a place in the 2018 U.S. Open Cup.
Two of the titans of the famed Cosmopolitan Soccer League in New York City battled for 120 minutes and neither could find a goal. The match had to be decided in penalty kicks with the reigning Amatuer Cup champion Lansdowne Bhoys edging three-time US Open Cup champion New York Pancyprian Freedoms, 4-3.
GPS Omens came into Wednesday night’s third-round U.S. Open Cup match in Rochester as the clear underdogs but proved over the course of 120 minutes that they deserve respect on merit, despite losing 2-1 to the Rochester Rhinos.
Rochester improves to 16-0-0 all-time against amateur sides in the US Open Cup and they haven’t lots a tournament opener since 2001.
The Red Bulls earn their first win against the Rhinos.
The Rochester Rhinos are known as giant killers, but they are also dominant against amateur clubs. They improved to 16-0-0 all-time against amateur clubs with a win over Lansdowne Bhoys.