Tag: Minnesota Aurora FC

  • Minnesota Aurora Keep Perspective Despite USL W League Final Loss

    Minnesota Aurora Keep Perspective Despite USL W League Final Loss

    On a weekend where the Northern Lights were visible to some northern Minnesotans, more than 6,400 packed TCO Stadium in Eagan, a little further south, to watch a different kind of show, where the stars weren’t in the sky but on a soccer pitch. Where the only lights were coming from the poles that surrounded […]

  • East Grrrl in a Midwest World: MN Aurora beat McLean 1-0 to advance to championship

    July 18, 2022 After a stunning 2-1 comeback in quarterfinals on Wednesday, Minnesota Aurora could only rest four days before returning to TCO Stadium. Once again a full-capacity crowd of 6,200 fans filled TCO Stadium on Sunday. This time, for the USL W League semifinals, MN Aurora hosted McLean Soccer (VA) who thrashed Morris Elite […]

  • Minnesota Aurora Ready for Playoff Semifinals After a *Swift* Comeback vs. Indy

    Friday, July 15, 2022 “We Have Never Ever” . . . Ever Ever Lost a Game On Wednesday, 6,200 fans came to watch Minnesota Aurora FC host Indy Eleven in the USL W League quarterfinals. This broke the previous attendance record of 6,016 on June 23. While Indy Eleven proved to be the toughest Aurora […]

  • MN Aurora: 2 Wins in Green Bay, Will Host Playoffs This Wednesday

    July 10, 2022 “It’s clear that Green Bay Glory is the most competitive team Aurora have faced this season.” MN Revontulet traveling supporter Nate Howells after the 2-0 win Thursday This Thursday and Saturday Minnesota Aurora FC wrapped up its inaugural regular season at Green Bay. In the Heartland Division, the Green Bay Glory and […]

  • Cooking Eggs or Goals Three Ways: MN Aurora Serves a Second Defeat to the Dutch Lions

    Last night, Minnesota Aurora took on the Chicago Dutch Lions for the second and final time this season. Six days ago, Aurora hosted the Dutch Lions, and after a 1-1 score at half, Aurora won 3-1. This time, Aurora headed to Wheaton, IL to play at Wheaton College’s Joe Bean Stadium. The stadium is a […]

  • Aurora, Assemble: Who Are These Players?

    Wednesday, June 29 “There was an idea to bring together a group of remarkable people, to see if we could become something more.” Nick Fury, The Avengers From Minnesota and Beyond Of the 25 rostered players, 11 come from MinnesotaRoughly North-to-South and West-to-East St. Michael – Makenzie Langdok Andover – Mariah Nguyen Maple Grove – […]

  • Finishing Moves: MN Aurora vs. St. Louis Lions

    Sunday, June 26, 2022 On Sunday June 5, Minnesota Aurora FC went to St. Louis. Lions forward Chloe Netzel scored two goals for the Lions, but Aurora won 3-2. Three weeks later, Minnesota Aurora hosted the St. Louis Lions at TCO Stadium. Having played Friday evening, Aurora rested several squad members but still won 4-1 […]

  • New Opponent, New Record Attendance, Same Results for Minnesota Aurora in 7th Straight Win

    Fri. June 24, 2022 Title IX turned 50 on Thursday. On June 23, 1972, President Richard Nixon signed the Education Amendments of 1972 into law. One part of these laws was Title IX, which prohibited discrimination on the basis of sex in education. Title IX helped increase women’s participation in sports at the high school […]

  • Come Hell or Kaw Valley: A Scorching Win for Minnesota Aurora

    “Ole Ole Ole Ole / Feelin’ Hot Hot Hot”– Arrow (a.k.a. Alphonsus Cassell) Minnesota Aurora FC and Kaw Valley FC had to battle two opponents: each other and the heat. The kickoff temperature was 96°F with 37% humidity. Although Kaw Valley and the heat created difficulty, MN Aurora dominated possession and won 2-0. Aurora’s five-game […]

  • Minnesota Aurora complete the season sweep of Chicago City

    Friday marked the third match in eight days between Minnesota Aurora and Chicago City. After the two games last weekend in MN, Chicago additionally had to play Wednesday. City won that home opener, beating the St. Louis Lions 1-0 thanks to a goal by Megan Nemac. Meanwhile, Minnesota Aurora had a four-day break. Before a […]

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