LIVE STREAM: BYU Soccer look for first PDL win Friday against FC Tucson

June 19th, 2015 | by Sean Walker

BYU men’s soccer returns to Premier Development League play Friday night at South Field when it welcomes FC Tucson for the first of a pair of back-to-back home matches to close out a six-game homestand.

The Cougars (0-3-4, 5th Mountain) are still searching for their first win of the 2015 regular season, but have earned a result in four of their last five matches, snapping a four-match draw streak with a 3-2 loss to division-leading Albuquerque Sol FC last week.

Tucson (3-1-3, 2nd Mountain) is one of the top teams in the Mountain division, but recently dropped points at home to BYU via the Cougars’ 0-0 draw on May 23. Tucson is led by midfielder Brandon Zambrano, who has three goals and three assists for his club in 2015. Goalkeepers Dallas Jaye and Keegan Rogers have combined for three shutouts in seven games played for FC Tucson.

The match will be streamed live on BYU soccer’s YouTube channel, and can be viewed through the video player above. Check back later for a complete recap of the match.

BYU Soccer logo at South Field

Sean Walker

Sean Walker

Salt City FC editor-in-chief Sean Walker has been covering soccer at all levels since 2007. He began his career in Las Vegas, and has since written for publications from the Intermountain West to Central New York, where he attended graduate school in 2012. Currently, Sean covers Real Salt Lake and Major League Soccer for KSL.com. A struggling Evertonian by birth, Sean follows European soccer through the blue lens of the Toffees, and has strong feelings toward the UEFA Europa League.

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