#TattooTuesday: Jeremy De Hoog

Today’s tattoo spotlight is on Dutch midfielder Jeremy De Hoog and the tattoo that he has to commemorate his late grandfather. De Hoog has appeared in all seven matches for the Otters this season, playing almost 500 minutes, scoring one goal, handling the bulk of the set piece duties for the offense, as well as […]

Segovia Breaks Scoring Record for Back-to-Back Wins

For the first time ever the Otters have won back-to-back games after downing Peachtree City MOBA 2-0 on Saturday following their 4-0 midweek win over the Dynamo. The Otters two goals came from Spanish forward Guillermo Segovia (Ohio Valley), giving him seven for the season, breaking Leo Da Silva’s record of six goals set in […]

Otters Soar to First Win

The Otters hosted the Dynamo on Tuesday night, looking to get their first win of the season and get redemption after their 3-3 draw with the Dynamo last month. The Otters’ offense rolled from the opening whistle, and the defense kept a clean sheet as they cruised to a 4-0 win in front of their […]

Otters Comeback Falls Short In Home Opener

In a match that never ceased to excite, the Otters found themselves on the losing side of a 4-3 score line to Mississippi Brilla. After being tied 2-2 at halftime, Brilla scored two unanswered goals. A goal by the Otters with ten minutes to go set up for an exciting finish, and the Otters had […]

#TattooTuesday: Troy Brady

Continuing our season-long profile of the tattoos that our players have, and the stories behind them, this week we turn to forward Troy Brady. Brady came to the Otters after completing his sophomore season at Canisius College in Buffalo, New York, where he scored nine goals and two assists and was named to the MAAC […]

Otters Fall 4-1 in Columbia

The Otters were unable to overcome an early deficit on the road Saturday night, losing 4-1 to the SC United Bantams. After falling behind 3-0 in the first 15 minutes, the Otters hung around for awhile, having the chance to cut it to a one goal lead, but ultimately could not. The Bantams came out […]

#TattooTuesday: Raphael Campos

Tattoos are something that people get for a variety of reasons. Some are to remember, honor, motivate, pay tribute to, or some are just for fun! This season we will be highlighting the tattoos that our players have chosen to get and the significance that they have to them. The first player that will be […]

Otters Hang On for 3-3 Draw in Greensboro

On a wet, rainy night, the Otters saw themselves take a 3-0 lead early in the second half, but were forced to hang on and play out for the road point after the Carolina Dynamo equalized on their second penalty kick of the night in the 85th minute. This was the Otters second 3-3 road […]

Late Heroics Lead Otters to 3-3 Draw

It was a wild one in West Virginia Wednesday night, but after two stoppage time goals the Otters were able to secure only their second-ever road point. The game was a very up-and-down affair that saw the Otters concede two first half goals, and then a controversial penalty late, to push the scoreline to 3-1. […]

Otters Stumble 1-0 in Statesboro

The state of Georgia continues to be unkind to the Otters as they fell 1-0 in their regular season opener on Saturday night, despite being up a man for the entire second half. The Otters were able to get on the front foot early, but an early goal in the second half by Tormenta FC […]