Bad Second Half Costs Otters in Nashville

It was a tale of two halves for the Otters in Nashville on Friday night. After holding the undefeated Nashville SC U-23s scoreless in the first half, the Otters conceded four second half goals and fell 4-0 at Vanderbilt Stadium. The first half featured numerous chances for both teams, keeping Otters goalkeeper Carlos Rubio (Ohio […]

Otters’ Comeback Falls Short in Irmo

The Otters traveled to Irmo, South Carolina on Tuesday night to begin their 2017 PDL campaign against the South Carolina United Bantams. The Otters created plenty of chances, but the Bantams late first half goal was the difference as the Bantams escaped with a 1-0 win on a rainy night in Irmo. After a slow […]

Otters Fall 2-1 in Inaugural Blue Ridge Classic

The Otters fought, but fell 2-1 in Asheville on Wednesday night against Asheville City SC in the inaugural Blue Ridge Classic. The Otters got on the board first, but Asheville was able to score two unanswered goals to walk away with the rivalry trophy. In the 15th minute, the Otters were able to put the […]

Reach The Next Level! Otters Offer Private Lessons.

For the next three months, the Tri-Cities has the benefit of having many top level soccer players in our area playing for the Otters who are willing and able to help your child reach the next level. These players are offering their services for private lessons. The lessons cost $20 an hour for the first […]

Adam Laney Added as Staff Coach

The Otters continue to add to their coaching staff with the addition of Adam Laney from nearby Milligan College where he serves as head coach. Laney will be going into his tenth season with the Buffaloes. During Laney’s tenure, he has led the team to nearly 70 wins and three Appalachian Athletic Conference titles. He […]

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