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AFC Cleveland Ends Lansing’s Playoff Hopes

The NPSL Midwest Region will have a new champion in 2015. Lansing United was all but mathematically eliminated from playoff contention after a 5-0 loss at AFC Cleveland, who not only holds a three point lead over the Hoops but a sizable goal difference and a match in hand. United surrendered the opening goal in … Read More

Playoff Hopes Dented With 3-0 Loss at FC Buffalo

Just three weeks ago, things looked great for Lansing United. The Hoops sat atop the NPSL Midwest region, and seemed to have put their goal scoring drought in the rear view mirror after a convincing 4-0 home win. But 313 minutes of play later, they are still waiting for another goal. And unless they find … Read More

United Hits the Road for Two Key Matches

Coming off back-to-back 1-0 losses, Lansing United will play a pair of crucial road matches this weekend against FC Buffalo and AFC Cleveland. “It’s a massive weekend on the road, not only the points, but the opponents,” head coach/GM Eric Rudland said. “They’re basically right behind us in the table.” With the top four teams … Read More

United End Unbeaten Streak in Away Loss to Detroit City

The NPSL Midwest Region no longer has an undefeated team. On Sunday Lansing United relinquished its spot in first place in a grueling away defeat to Detroit City FC, dropping to third as their in-state rivals assumed top of the league table. With dynamic forward Cholo Petit injured and unavailable for the match, Lansing reverted … Read More

Father’s Day All the More Special for Eric and Ron Rudland

Father’s Day was all the more special for Lansing United head coach/GM Eric Rudland last Sunday. Rudland shared the sideline with his father, Ron, on Father’s Day for the first time during United’s 4-0 victory over the Minnesota United Reserves. Soccer is a game that has helped shape both of their lives, and to be … Read More

United Offense Dominates in Father’s Day Victory

Lansing United’s front line have finally hit their stride. After scoring nine goals in the first six league games of the 2015 season, the Hoops made short work of the Minnesota United Reserves’ defense, putting away four goals in less than 50 minutes. A fully fit Matt Brown looked active and at the center of … Read More

Brown’s Two Goals Propel United to Victory in Madison

After playing in six competitive matches without a goal, Matt Brown was relived the see the ball in the back of the net. The English forward and Lansing United captain scored twice, in the 60th and 72nd minute, to help United move into a tie for first place in a 2-1 victory on the road … Read More