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  1. Forward Jake LaCava, seen here in a game earlier this season, begins the Rowdies comeback with a goal in the 36th minute.
  2. Rowdies midfielder Lewis Hilton was named to the USL Championship team of the week for his performance in a 5-1 win over Phoenix Rising.
  3. Forward Jake LaCava, shown here during a game in April, scores the Rowdies' tying goal in the first half Sunday night at Phoenix.
  4. Rowdies coach Neill Collins, seen during a game in March, says, “Individuals (are) just not recognizing moments in games where they have to do what they’re on the team for.”
  5. Rowdies forward Steevan Dos Santos, pictured after a missed shot during a game last month against Hartford, received a red card after an overly aggressive challenge in the 57th minute of Wednesday's loss to Memphis 901 FC.
  6. “We’re missing the finishing touches, but there were two penalties that we should have that we didn’t get," Rowdies coach Neill Collins, shown here during a game last year, says after Saturday's draw against New York.
  7. Rowdies coach Neill Collins, shown here during a 2020 practice, gets a red card late during Wednesday's match against Orlando City.
  8. Rowdies goalkeeper Raiko Arozarena, shown here during a game last season, gets his first start of the season Saturday against Tulsa and picks up the win.
  9. Rowdies coach Neill Collins, who missed last week's game, gets intense during March 26 action against Hartford. Tampa Bay needs to follow its coach's lead and break out of a goal drought.
  10. Rowdies keeper CJ Cochran, seen here in a game earlier this season, saves six of seven Miami shots, but Miami's one goal is all it needs to win Saturday night at Al Lang Stadium.
  11. Rowdies forward Jake LaCava celebrates a goal against Hartford on March 26. He has had early success with his new team.
  12. Rowdies keeper CJ Cochran, seen here earlier in the season, helped preserve a tie in Oakland on Saturday night.
  13. The U.S. starters pose for a team photo before their World Cup qualifying finale against Costa Rica on Wednesday in San Jose, Costa Rica.
  14. United States goalkeeper Zack Steffen, left, clears the ball as Mexico's Hirving Lozano jumps over Walker Zimmerman during a World Cup qualifying draw Thursday in Mexico City.
  15. Rowdies forward Juan Tejada, center, fights for a position during a corner kick Saturday against Hartford.
  16. Sebastian Dalgaard, front right, has scored twice already this season, while Steevan Dos Santos, back left, is among the Rowdies' three leading scorers from last season. Sebastian Guenzatti and Leo Fernandes are the others.
  17. The Rowdies remain unbeaten (2-0-1) and ride a 26-6 shot advantage to dominate winless Atlanta United 2.
  18. Fans watch from the stands during an NWSL Challenge Cup soccer match between the Orlando Pride and the Washington Spirit, Saturday in Orlando. The Pride has apologized after a supporters’ group was told it could not display a banner that said “Gay” at the match.
  19. Tampa Mayor Jane Castor said Monday she would like the Tampa Bay Rays to announce soon where they want to build a new stadium in Tampa Bay.
  20. The Rowdies always tend to have a lot of fan support, including Ralph's Mob (seen here last season). The team was back at Al Lang for its first home game of the 2022 season Saturday night.
  21. Rowdies midfielder Lewis Hilton isn't sweating the Rowdies' lack of scoring prowess in the season opener.
  22. Sebastian Dalgaard (23), pictured during a 2020 game against Miami FC, scored in the 34th minute Sunday to give the Rowdies a 1-0 lead.
  23. Rowdies forward Sebastian Guenzatti is back this season. Can he improve on his team-high 22 goals from a year ago? He's also closing in on the franchise record.
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