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Tampa Bay Rowdies

  1. Ten-man Rowdies fall to Minnesota


    BLAINE, Minn. — The Rowdies fell to Minnesota United 1-0 on Saturday night in front of 8,932 at NSC Stadium.

  2. Rowdies draw with last-place Indy


    ST. PETERSBURG — The Rowdies enjoyed being back above the playoff cutline Wednesday, but unfortunately that lasted all of four minutes. Long Tan's goal in the 63rd minute gave the Rowdies what was a short-lived lead as Indy Eleven came back for a 1-1 draw at Al Lang.

  3. Rowdies shut out San Antonio


    ST. PETERSBURG — The Rowdies shut out San Antonio 2-0 on Saturday at Al Lang Stadium to move back into fourth place in the NASL combined spring and fall standings, and move closer to qualifying for the final playoff berth.

  4. Rowdies shut out by Edmonton


    EDMONTON — The Rowdies' recent surge hit a stumbling block as Albert Watson's first-half goal doomed Tampa Bay to a 1-0 defeat to Edmonton on Sunday.

  5. Rowdies-Edmonton preview

  6. Rowdies shut out Cosmos


    ST. PETERSBURG — The Rowdies ended their four-game winless streak, defeating the New York Cosmos 2-0 in front of announced crowd of 5,630 at Al Lang Stadium on Saturday night.

  7. Rowdies seek spark against New York Cosmos


    ST. PETERSBURG — In a summer filled with dark clouds, the Rowdies might have found a silver lining in Canada.

    "We need to get our swagger back," Rowdies defender Tamika Mkandawire, right, said. "We did that against Ottawa in the second half. We moved the ball well and created good tempo and a lot of chances. We need to have that same confidence on Saturday and believe that we can win." [LARA CERRI | Times]
  8. Rowdies come back to tie Ottawa


    OTTAWA — The Rowdies came back from a 2-0 deficit to earn a point with a 2-2 tie against first-place Ottawa on Saturday.

  9. Rowdies promote interim coach Stuart Campbell


    The Rowdies, who fired coach Thomas Rongen on Friday morning, waited less than a week to find his replacement.

     [Courtesy of the Rowdies]
  10. Rowdies fall to Minnesota in debut under Campbell


    ST. PETERSBURG — The Rowdies put forth a massive effort Saturday in their first game after coach Thomas Rongen was fired. But they didn't finish scoring opportunities, and Minnesota did in a 3-1 defeat of Tampa Bay at Al Lang Stadium.