Crows Make Their Case as Andrews Scores Brace

Crows Make Their Case as Andrews Scores Brace

By Kyle Eliason MINNEAPOLIS — Minneapolis City SC tallied its eighth-straight win to open the second half of its North Conference schedule with a 5-0 victory over visiting Sioux Falls Thunder FC. The contest’s particulars carried echoes of several of this season’s...
CITY WIN AGAIN, BEATING JOY 3-2 IN ST LOUIS PARK

CITY WIN AGAIN, BEATING JOY 3-2 IN ST LOUIS PARK

By Kyle Eliason ST. LOUIS PARK, Minn. — On Saturday evening, Minneapolis City SC traveled a short distance west on Interstate 394 to face Joy St. Louis Park for the first time. Though the hosts entered the night just six games into their inaugural NPSL season, the...
CROWS SCORE FIVE AND STAY TOP OF THE TABLE

CROWS SCORE FIVE AND STAY TOP OF THE TABLE

It’s a flat, straight drive from Minneapolis to Moorhead, home of Dakota Fusion. While the drive was uneventful for the visitors, the match was anything but as seven goals were scored, including three in three minutes, as Minneapolis City beat Dakota Fusion 5-2...
CROWS PARLAY PATIENCE INTO VICTORY OVER MED CITY

CROWS PARLAY PATIENCE INTO VICTORY OVER MED CITY

By Kyle Eliason MINNEAPOLIS — The sun rose at 5:27 a.m. on Saturday, and began baking the turf at Edor Nelson Field. Eleven hours later, the air temperature peaked at 99 degrees Fahrenheit. In the time between, the monofilament polyethylene-blend fibers and...
CROWS FLY PAST DONKEYS IN 3-2 WIN

CROWS FLY PAST DONKEYS IN 3-2 WIN

MINNEAPOLIS —  For the first team all season Minneapolis City were scored on, but it mattered little as three second-half goals capped a commanding performance from the Crows as they beat rival Duluth FC 3-2 in North Conference action. With the win, City remain...
PAIR OF BRACES TAKE CROWS PAST FUSION

PAIR OF BRACES TAKE CROWS PAST FUSION

By Kyle Eliason MINNEAPOLIS —  First-half showers gave way to beach-sand rippled clouds that stretched across the horizon. A one-goal halftime lead for the hosts gave way to a six-goal win come the final whistle. Max Stiegwardt scored his fourth-career goal...