The Rowdies are headed out on the road for the next two Saturdays, with games at Hartford Athletic and Loudoun United FC. They won’t be back at Al Lang Stadium until July 23 when they host Atlanta United 2.
They leave town in a good frame of mind, though, following a 2-0 victory over Memphis that ran Tampa Bay’s unbeaten streak to eight games.
“For us, it’s really about focusing on the performance and how we can get better than tonight,” Rowdies Coach Neill Collins said.
The Rowdies are in third place in the USL’s Eastern Conference, trailing Louisville and Memphis.
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