The professional teams in Division II and Division III leagues (USL Championship, USL League One, National Independent Soccer Association, and MLS Next Pro) now know who they will or could face in the Second Round. The United States Soccer Federation announced the pairings for the Second Round of the 107th edition of the tournament. The […]
Why write a summary when the winning coach delivers one so concisely, as Seattle Sounders 2’s Ezra Hendrickson did in the wake of his side’s 4:2 overtime victory over visiting Kitsap Pumas SC before an announced crowd of 1,766 at Starfire Stadium in Tukwila, Washington Wednesday night.
With Bruce Arena in attendance, the Ventura County Fusion upset the Los Angeles Galaxy 2 (USL) 2-1 to join the small cast of underdogs in Round 3.
A small delay and muggy weather didn’t stop the Austin Aztex as they made quick work of some old rivals Wednesday night in the U.S. Open Cup.
Despite blowing away their opponents on the stat sheet, the Rochester Rhinos were only able to put one past Greater Binghamton Thunder goalkeeper Jason Stenta in a 1-0 victory.
Michael Salazar scored and had an assist, and Orange County-based amateur club PSA Elite (USASA) withstood a late barrage to hang on for a 2-1 victory over Orange County Blues FC.
The Sacramento Republic set an attendance record while Tommy Stewart scored a hat trick in a 4-2 win over the Sonoma County Sol.
Unlike last round where penalty kicks seemed to be the hot commodity, the match between Louisville City FC and Lansing United ended in 90 minutes with Louisville scoring three minutes into the second half.
Colorado Switchbacks (USL) rode two first half goals by forward Martin Maybin to their first ever U.S. Open Cup victory.
Chris Karcz of the Jersey Express scored in the 58th minute and the PDL side’s defense held on to upset the New York Red Bulls 2, 1-0.