The Week That Was 10/30/22...and Coming Up


The Cincinnati Swerve held their first open tryout Sunday. Coming up...the Swerve have a second session scheduled for November 13 and their four PASL affiliates will play preseason games on November 12 and 19.

Friedman, Domiano & Smith re-upped their sponsorship of the Cleveland Crunch. The team's Official Injury Lawyer is entering their third season as a Crunch sponsor. Coming tryouts on November 19.

The Detroit Waza will play their games at Detroit City Fieldhouse after initially announcing they would play at the Taylor Sportsplex. Construction at Taylor necessitated the move, but Detroit City Fieldhouse is a more modern arena with a greater seating capacity.

Rapid City FC kept the signings coming with Giuseppe Barone, Domenico Barone, Dzenan Catic, Ibrahim Konbloa, Tarwo Konbloa, and Miguel Cervantes inking deals. Catic is a former Philadelphia Union draft pick and Giuseppe Barone is a former NCAA First-Team All-American who was drafted by CF Montreal. Coming up...Rapid City opens their season in Cincinnati on December 3.


The Brew City Legends are putting the finishing touches on player signings, tryouts, and a new dance team.

The Chicago Mustangs MLIS open tryouts were rescheduled for November 19.

The Illinois State Line Falcons added Salas Enterprises as a new sponsor and officially kicked off training camp today.

The Omaha Kings held open tryouts on October 29 and released a hype video.


The Austin Emerald held their second open tryout on October 29 and signed CC Zing and Upper 90 Sports Bar as new sponsors.

The Houston Bolt had a player signing Monday, making Lucio Martinez the team's first MLIS player. The Bolt is currently training four days a week.

The Springfield Demize's longtime home at Lake Country Soccer is undergoing a renovation with new fields, amenities, and turf. Coming up...the Demize will host an open tryout on November 12 and 13.

Coming up...The Wichita Selection will host an open tryout on November 12 and 18. The date on the 18th was originally scheduled for the 11th.