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Recap: San Antonio hold Minnesota to a draw and avoid last place

Minnesota United forward Christian Ramirez (Photo: Minnesota United FC)

Minnesota United 2 – 2 San Antonio Scorpions Location: NSC Stadium, Blaine, MN Attendance: 5890 Goals:  54'-Giuseppe Gentile (SAS) 70'-PK, Pablo Campos (MNU) 85'-PK, Rafael Castillo (SAS) 90'-Kevin Venegas (MNU)   Substitutions:  MNU 60'-Pablo Campos (forward) for Christian Ramirez (forward) 60'-J.C. Banks (central midfield) for Juliano Vicentini (central midfield) 78'-Alejandro Vela (right winger) for Daniel Mendes (right winger) SAS 62'- Cesar Elizondo (central midfield) for Marvin Chavez (central

Recap: Cosmos stomp Scorpions, stay alive for top spot

San Antonio Scorpions 1-2 New York Cosmos Goals: 43’ - Billy Forbes (SAS) – Assisted by Omar Cummings 62’ - Marcos Senna (NYC) –Penalty Kick 78’ - Ayoze (NYC) Cautions: 32’ – Hunter Gorskie (NYC) 41’ – Zourab Tsiskaridze (SAS) 89’ – Walter Restrepo (NYC) 89’ – Nana Attakora (SAS) Substitutions: 63’ – Lucky Mkosana in for Gaston Cellerino 70’ – Giuseppe

Recap: Strikers squander opportunity to break away

Ft. Lauderdale Strikers 0 – 0 San Antonio Scorpions Location: Lockhart Stadium, Ft. Lauderdale Strikers Attendance: 2632 Cautions: 78'-Marvin Chavez (SAS) Substitutions:  FTL 61'-Gabriel (right midfielder) for Shawn Chin (right midfielder) 69'-Jose Angulo (forward) for James Marcelin (central midfield) 83'-Bruno Nunes (forward) for Stefano (forward) SAS 45'-Zourab Tsiskaridze (centerback) for Stephen DeRoux (leftback) 61'-Omar Cummings (forward) for Rafael Castillo (central midfielder) 66'-Giuseppe Gentile

The NASL End of the Year Awards, Part 3 – Golden Ball (MVP)

Stefano Pinho celebrates a goal (Photo: Fort Lauderdale Strikers)

The NASL's Golden Ball is awarded to the most valuable player in the league. Last year's winner was Minnesota United winger Miguel Ibarra who has since transferred to Club Leon in Mexico's LigaMX. While the big numbers entice (goals and assists), it would make sense for us all to consider

Recap: Scorpions hold on to edge out Indy

Forward Giuseppe Gentile mobbed by teammates after scoring his first San Antonio Scorpions goal (Photo: Matt Schlotzhauer)

Indy Eleven 1 – 2 San Antonio Scorpions Location: Carroll Stadium, Indianapolis, IN Attendance: 10,090 Cautions: 25'-Adrian Cann (SAS) 56'-Sergio Peña (IND) 72'-Cory Miller (IND) 90'-Daniel Fernandes (SAS) Substitutions:  IND 14'-Don Smart (right winger) for Dane Richards (right winger) 63'-Dylan Mares (rightback) for Dragan Stojkov (rightback) 81'-Wojciech Wojcik (forward) for Victor Pineda (center midfielder) SAS 68'-Eric Hassli (forward) for Omar Cummings (forward) 77'-Billy Forbes (right winger)

Preview: Indy look for revenge hosting San Antonio

Indy Eleven – San Antonio ScorpionsMajor Themes: At this point in the season, both of these teams are only playing for pride. To believe that either of these teams are going to make the playoffs reveals one to be at best painfully naive and at worst a myopic buffoon. Having said

Recap: Scorpions put up a fight but Strikers earn the win

Kris Tyrpak (SAS) head's the ball toward Lionel Brown (FTL). (Photo: San Antonio Scorpions)

San Antonio Scorpions 2 - 4 Fort Lauderdale Strikers Goals: 10' - Stefano Pinho (FTL) 15' - Marlon Freitas (FTL) 40' - Stefano Pinho (FTL) 56' - Kris Tyrpak (SAS) 79' - Stephen DeRoux (SAS) 86' - Stefano Pinho (FTL) Major Themes - The Strikers controlled the first half and exploited San Antonio's defensive weaknesses to score 3 goals

NASL Fall Season Power Rankings – Week 13

It was not a week for the faint of heart in NASL. More balls found more nets than a weekend in the NBA, big teams toppled while little guys puffed up their chests, and Indy enjoyed its best possible weekend. We moved closer to certainty on three teams that will

Recap: Honors even between San Antonio and Atlanta

(Photo: San Antonio Scorpions)

San Antonio Scorpions 3 – 3 Atlanta Silverbacks Location: Toyota Field, San Antonio, TX Attendance: 7759 Cautions: 70'-Junior Burgos (ATL) 79'-Simon Mensing (ATL) 84'-Steward Ceus (ATL)   Substitutions:  SAS 57'-Omar Cummings (forward) for Giuseppe Gentile (forward) 57'-Josue Soto (central midfield) for Marvin Chavez (right midfield) 73'-Joseph Nane (central midfield) for Zourab Tsiskaridze (centerback)   ATL 60'-Michal Mravec (central midfield) for Jonathan Okafor (central midfield) 72'-Jaime Chavez (forward)