FC Tucson's final match had all the markings of a successful ending, including another record crowd that turned the enthusiasm up an extra notch.
FC Tucson isn't playing for the whole tamale, but it does have a few morsels still on the plate.
FC Tucson coach Rick Schantz, in red cap, goes in for a tackle while he plays crab soccer with participants in the first FC Tucson youth soccer camp at Kino Sports Complex.
Eli Galbraith-Knapp, shooting during practice at Kino Sport Complex, was so drenched by sweat in one game that his coach called him a "wet towel."
FC Tucson midfielder Eli Galbraith-Knapp says his all-time favorite band is Rise Against.
Holding a 1-0 lead after four minutes in a match that had to be won, FC Tucson didn't exactly exude the personality of a team putting itself on the right track.
For a team with four of its last five league matches at home, FC Tucson still has miles to go before it can sleep.
If the first five years of a child's life are particularly important to development, then it's no wonder that Gabe Silveira is a soccer talent.
Dom Papa, nearly scoring against Ogden last July, was a stalwart in FC Tucson's first two seasons; tonight he'll be on the other side of the field.
When the team sheets are announced for tonight's FC Tucson match, a few of the club's faithful sitting in the stands will probably do double takes.
When the team sheets are announced for tonight’s FC Tucson match, a few of the club’s faithful sitting in the stands will probably do double takes.
Midfielder David Clemens stretches for the ball during FC Tucson soccer practice drills on May 23. He has three goals and an assist in six matches.
The first time midfielder David Clemens stepped on a field in Arizona, he impressed his coaches and teammates.
HOUSTON – FC Tucson refused to back down from one of Major League Soccer's most successful teams Wednesday, going head to head with the Houston Dynamo in a 2-0 loss at BBVA Compass Stadium.
After David slew Goliath, did he then have to take on Megatron?
"Every game, we have to play," David Clemens, left, said. "There's not a game that we can't show up for." Clemens, who also plays at Virginia Tech, and his teammates will play four road matches in the next eight days.
If they ever hold an "Amazing Race" for soccer teams, put your money on FC Tucson.
If they ever hold an “Amazing Race” for soccer teams, put your money on FC Tucson.