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  1. Carolina's offense too much for Rowdies

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    ST. PETERSBURG — For much of the match the Rowdies controlled play Saturday, but the window in and around halftime dented their hopes of knocking off NASL-leading Carolina.

    Fans Ensey Bratty, left, and Lily Smith show their team spirit. The Tampa Bay Rowdies played the Carolina Rail Hawks in N.A.S.L. action at Al Lang Stadium in St Petersburg, FL on Saturday evening, April 23, 2016.
DAVID W DOONAN | Special To The Times
  2. Rowdies face potent attack in Carolina Railhawks

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    ST. PETERSBURG — Worry about ourselves, not the opponent. Take care of what we need to do and the rest will take care of itself.

    Rowdies practice,Thursday, March 24, 2016. Goalkeeper  Matt Pickens horses around between drills.
  3. Rowdies win with Pickens' walkoff save

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    ST. PETERSBURG — After the first two games of the spring season, the Rowdies were starting to feel a bit like a dad on Father's Day. Another tie would be okay, but really, how many ties do you need?

    Matt Pickens to the rescue.

  4. Rowdies hope heat, humidity help Saturday night vs. Edmonton

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    ST. PETERSBURG — If ever the Rowdies are going to take advantage of homefield, there might not be a better time.

    Rowdies player Tom Heinemann  (Matt May/Tampa Bay Rowdies)
  5. Rowdies draw at Miami

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    hristov gives rowdies tie at miami

  6. Rowdies open NASL season with 0-0 draw

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    ST. PETERSBURG — The Rowdies dominated possession the entire second half on Saturday but could not solve Indy Eleven, settling for a scoreless draw in their NASL season opener before 5,740 at Al Lang Stadium.

    Rowdies defender Zac Portillos, left, fights for possession with Indy Eleven midfielder Sinisa Ubiparipovic. “Frustrated we didn’t get three points. We didn’t turn our dominance into goals,” Rowdies coach Stuart Campbell says.
  7. Rowdies hope to gain extra edge in 2016 season

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    ST. PETERSBURG — As tumultuous as the Rowdies' 2015 season got at times — coach fired, long winless stretches — circumstances nearly tilted in a far-better direction.

    Darwin Espinal (20) takes a shot during a team scrimmage. JOHN PENDYGRAFT   |   Times 

  8. Rowdies host Suncoast Invitational

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    Suncoast Invitational

    What: Preseason soccer exhibition that includes MLS teams, hosted by the Tampa Bay Rowdies. Games will be played at Al Lang Field in St. Petersburg and the Joe DiMaggio Sports Complex in Clearwater.

  9. Sports in brief

    Rowdies fall in finale, miss chance to clinch playoff spot

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    rowdies fall, NOW WAIT

    NEW YORK — The Rowdies missed a chance to clinch a berth in the NASL playoffs in their season finale Saturday, losing 2-0 to New York. The Rowdies can still get the final playoff spot if Jacksonville beats Fort Lauderdale today. Fort Lauderdale gets the spot with a …

  10. Rowdies blank Carolina, control playoff fate

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    ST. PETERSBURG — An early goal from Richard Menjivar set the stage for a good hour-plus of nail-biting, but the Rowdies pulled off a necessary 1-0 victory over Carolina before 6,973 at Al Lang Stadium on Saturday.