The Harrisburg Heat are looking forward to coming home to the Farm Show Arena for their final four regular season games in the Major Arena Soccer League. On Wednesday, the Heat take on Utica City FC at 7:05PM.
Returning home after a five game road trip, the Heat jumped out to an early lead and never looked back. The win puts the Heat’s record at 11-7.
After five straight games on the road, the Heat eturn to the friendly confines of the Farm Show Arena for games on Saturday and Sunday.
The loss drops the Heat to fifth place in the Eastern Conference just one half game behind Baltimore as the Heat look to qualify for the playoffs.
The Heat have split their first four games on this trip and and have a 10-6 record, which puts them in fourth place in the Eastern Conference. The top four teams advance to the playoffs.
The Harrisburg Heat's JerJer Gibson and Daniel Villela received recognition in this week's MASL awards.
The Heat defeated the league’s defending champion Milwaukee Wave by a score of 6-5. After falling behind early, the Heat scored the final four goals in the 4th quarter to pull out the victory.
The Harrisburg Heatwere defeated by the St. Louis Ambush by a score of 9-6. The Heat took an early lead in the game but the Ambush led 3-2 after the first quarter and 5-3 at halftime.
The MASL Board of Directors met this morning and voted to extend the trade deadline, originally set for February 6, to February 20. The Roster Freeze deadline remains February 20 as well.
The Harrisburg Heat were defeated by the Kansas City Comets by a score of 6-5 Thursday night. The Comets scored the game winner on a deflected goal by Lucas Rodriguez with one second remaining in overtime.