If the Austin Aztex’s first two matches are any indication, Central Texas’ Premier Development League franchise is well on its way to making further strides into soccer’s professional consciousness in just its second season.
Austin won its regular-season league-opener against Oklahoma City last week 2-1 and followed that with a 3-0 victory Tuesday over NTX Rayados in the first round of the prestigious U.S. Open Cup.
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May 18;Houston Dutch Lions;7:30
May 25;Laredo Heat;7:30
June 1;Oklahoma City FC;7:30
June 8;at Houston Dutch Lions;7:30
June 15;El Paso Patriots;7:30
June 18;at Houston Dutch Lions;7:30
June 22;at Oklahoma City FC;7:30
June 29;Houston Dutch Lions;7:30
July 3;at Laredo Heat;8:15
July 5;West Texas Shockers;7:30
July 13;Oklahoma City FC;7:30
July 18;at West Texas Shockers;7:30
July 20;at El Paso Patriots;8:30
Note: Aztex home games are at House Park