On Tuesday, June 16, FC Dallas will play the Oklahoma City Energy FC of the United Soccer League in the next round of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. And if you have been following Trevor Roger’s work on our site lately, you have seen that the Energy has fought its way to the top of the Western Conference against some very solid teams, including the previously undefeated Sacramento Republic.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma _ For the first time since professional soccer came to Oklahoma City, the Energy sit atop the USL’s Western Conference after a thrilling 2-0 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps II, Tuesday night at Taft Stadium.
The Energy, now 6-2-3 (21 points) earned their sixth consecutive victory, and continue blaze across the USL, much improved from last season where the Energy finished towards the bottom of the Western Conference in their debut season. Now in their second season, it appears that the tables have turned. Right now, OKC is on fire.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma _ The Energy FC just keep winning. That is all you can really say about Oklahoma City, who notched their fifth consecutive victory, and fifth victory in the last six matches, with a 2-0 result over the Portland Timbers II, in Taft Stadium. The Energy, now 5-2-3 sit with 18 points in USL play, and continue to climb the standings as the currently sit third in the Western Conference, and are in good position to make the USL playoffs.
Late heroics gave the Oklahoma City Energy another win in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup, this time a 1-0 victory over in-state rivals, the Tulsa Roughnecks. With the victory, OKC moves on to the fourth round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.
The Oklahoma City Energy and Austin Aztex advanced in their Third Round Lamar Hunt US Open Cup matches tonight. The Energy won, 1-0, at the Tulsa Roughnecks while the Aztex felled the NASL side San […]
The Oklahoma City Energy scored their biggest win of the season, beating the previously undefeated Sacramento Republic by a 2-1 score thanks in part to an early ejection for the visitors.
It was a wet, dreary match that included high-flying tempers, delays, and a lot of pressure from the visiting side. Sacramento controlled much of the match on their side of the pitch, once again playing their up-tempo, press, which has worked well for them thus far this season.
The Oklahoma City Energy (2-2-3, 9 points) returns home for the first time in a month for a bout with the USL’s best, Sacramento Republic (6-4-0, 18 points). Saturday night marks the first match at Taft stadium since an April 25th, loss to Saint Louis FC.
FC Dallas will begin their 2015 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup campaign by hosting the winner of the of the Third Round match-up between the Tulsa Roughnecks and the OKC Energy, both of the USL. […]
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma _ The Oklahoma City Energy found themselves back on the winning side Wednesday night with 3-1 result over the Midland Sockers. The win comes at a good time after a tough road stint that resulted in a loss to Seattle and a draw with Vancouver this past weekend, and marks the first victory for the Energy in this year’s Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.
Mistakes cost the Energy a win in Canada, as Oklahoma City fought themselves to a draw with Whitecaps II, Vancouver’s USL developmental squad. The game finished a two game swing through the Pacific Northwest that saw them lose to the Seattle Sounders USL squad on Friday.