A first half goal by Roy Meeus was all that Orange County SC needed to defeat the Los Angeles Wolves and earn a date with the Los Angeles Galaxy.
After the match, Wolves head coach Eric Wynalda said, “We’re lucky to get through. We are. We need to say that.
UPSL side LA Wolves topped PDL side San Diego Zest at Azusa Pacific University’s soccer complex on Wednesday night, May 10, by a score of 4-2.
The Wolves, under the new direction of head coach Eric Wynalda, are in the Open Cup for the second straight year and take on the San Diego Zest in the first round Wednesday night at Azusa Pacific University.
Former Chivas de Guadalajara forward Edwin Borboa scored twice as La Maquina (UPSL) continues its run in the US Open Cup with a 2-0 victory over fellow UPSL team LA Wolves FC.
At least five teams either fielded an ineligible player or had one on their gameday roster during the first or second rounds of the tournament. However, only two of the teams were discovered in time to file a protest.
For the third year in a row, and the fourth time in the last six years, the Orange County Blues are being sent home by an amateur team.
“We are embarrassed by the situation,” said Ascencio. “We registered our players and they all came back cleared. That is why we played .”
According to LA Wolves head coach Yan Skwara, the Fusion fielded a player that was already cup-tied to another club.
It’s (almost) back! The United States Soccer Federation announced the first and second round matchups for the 2016 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. Round 1 will kick off on Wednesday, May 11 and features 18 Premier Development League (PDL) teams, 14 National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) sides, and 14 Open Division qualifiers representing the best […]