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Canton native Vaudreuil gets two-year extension with Roughnecks

Canton native David Vaudreuil has signed a new, two-year extension to continue as the head coach of the Tulsa Roughnecks in the United Soccer League (USL). In his first year with the Oklahoma-based Roughnecks, Vaudreuil led the team to a 14-14-4 record and its first-ever playoff appearance. “We are thrilled to say our first, off-seasonContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Under Vaudreuil, Tulsa Roughnecks earn first-ever playoff berth in USL

TULSA, Oklahoma – A year ago, the Tulsa Roughnecks soccer team had the worst record in the Western Conference of the United Soccer League (5-21-4), scoring a league-low 25 goals. Twelve months later, the Roughnecks (14-14-4) have finished in the top eight of the USL’s Western Conference and secured the franchise’s first-ever playoff berth underContinue ReadingContinue Reading

MLS game in CT; New York City moves home game with Houston to East Hartford

For the first time, a regular season Major League Soccer game will be held in Connecticut. New York City FC, which plays their home games at Yankee Stadium, is moving a home game to East Hartford’s Pratt and Whitney Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 23. New York City will be facing the Houston Dynamo at 3Continue ReadingContinue Reading

Tulsa booters score four times in season-opening win and Vaudreuil’s USL debut

TULSA, Okla., March 25 – The Tulsa Roughnecks, who scored a season-low 25 goals a year ago when they finished last in the United Soccer League’s Western Conference, scored four goals to give new head coach David Vaudreuil his first USL coaching win with a 4-1 decision over the Colorado Springs Switchbacks on Sunday. TheContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Canton native David Vaudreuil named head coach of Tulsa Roughnecks

CANTON — Canton native David Vaudreuil, an All-American high school player at Canton High in 1983, has been named the second head coach of the Tulsa (Oklahoma) Roughnecks in the United Soccer League. Vaudreuil played at Princeton University and played professional soccer for 14 years, including several seasons in Major League Soccer from 1996 throughContinue ReadingContinue Reading