Duluth Earn First Three Points with Away Day Charm

La Crosse Aris FC vs. Duluth FC
Viterbo Sports Complex | La Crosse, WI
5.19.18 | Game #2

Current 2018 Records (W-L-T):
Duluth: 0-0-0; 1-0-1 at home/on the road
La Crosse: 0-1-0; 0-2-0 at home/on the road

​As the opening stretch of away games for Duluth’s 2018 NPSL season reach their mid point, Med City on the 23rd being the end of a stretch of only-away league matches, the BlueGreens managed to put together a performance stacked with goals, new faces, and the idea that they are in every way ready to race for the title. La Crosse Aris’ season had started off rough as it often has and Duluth added on to those struggles with a 1-7 win at La Crosse, the biggest loss/victory the two clubs have experienced this season.

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Duluth Look to Grab First Win From Struggling Aris

La Crosse Aris FC vs. Duluth FC
Vitterbo Sports Complex | La Crosse, WI
5.19.18 | Game #2

Current 2018 Records (W-L-T):
Duluth: 0-0-0; 0-0-1 at home/on the road
La Crosse: 0-0-0; 0-2-0 at home/on the road

With the league now Duluth’s main focus, the BlueGreens will travel to La Crosse this weekend to challenge an already struggling Aris side and aim to grab their first win of the regular season. While Duluth have struggled to keep out goals, La Crosse Aris have had the worst of said problem across the conference. In their first two games, both away, La Crosse conceded six and five goals to Sioux Falls and Med City respectively, while scoring one goal in each game. With a history of struggling in the NPSL, La Crosse will be hoping a shift in tone is in the way, while Duluth hopes to arrive first.

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Duluth’s Cup Run Ends in Blue and Green Clash

Duluth FC vs. Saint Louis FC
Public Schools Stadium | Duluth, MN
5.16.18 | USOC Round #2

Current 2018 League Records (W-L-D):
Duluth: 0-0-0; 0-0-1 at home/on the road
Saint Louis: 2-0-2; 1-2-3 at home/on the road

In their first meeting with Duluth FC, Saint Louis managed to put themselves through to a USOC 3rd Round match at Louisville City FC. Both away goals from the 0-2 win were clever and well executed as you’d expected the BlueGreen’s first ever pro-opposition to do and at the final whistle the result felt to be a fair and earned one. Yet as Duluth FC marched off the pitch and the fans, of which we were glad to see many, proceeded to head home, there was a feeling in the air that the club had managed to prove something Wednesday night.

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