The Mutiny Start Off The Season With Big Win

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny opened up the 2015 NPSL season with a hard fought 4-3 victory against conference rivals FC Carolina Discoveries on the road at Manchester Meadows, Rock Hill, SC. After a nervy first half performance that saw the Mutiny 2-1 down at the break, it was midfielder Aksel Juul who was the catalyst in a rallying second half display that saw the Mutiny fire themselves into a 4-2 lead before being pegged back to 4-3 late in the game. 

Juul, a Freshman from Newcastle, England (Wingate University), capped off a fine second half display with two goals and an assist to help his team see off the Discoveries. The game changer, Juul was a constant threat for the Mutiny making countless runs from deep in behind the Discoveries defense, and it was some smart combination play with teammate Charlie Machell that resulted in Juul equalizing for the Mutiny within the first five minutes of the restart. After smart play from Brett Luccia down the left hand sided Machell laid it off for Juul, who bent it around a defender and past the outstretched goalkeeper into the far post.
As the game went on the Mutiny grew in confidence and with Juul spearheading much of their best offensive work it wasn’t long until they found themselves in the lead. After more good work down the left hand side from Brett Luccia, it was Juul’s extravagant back heel that put Ryan Arambula through on goal for the University of South Carolina midfielder to confidently slot the ball home. Two minutes later Juul become the match winner when he found  himself in behind the Discoveries defense and was able to squeeze the ball past the on rushing goalkeeper from what seemed like an impossible angle. Juul continued to work tirelessly for his team as the Mutiny were able to close out the game and record their first win of the season, and three vital points on the road.

Mutiny lose a Heartbreaker

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny lose a heartbreaker in the season finale against the Upward Stars, 2-1. The Mutiny played a very tough game and pressured the Stars quite a bit, just couldn’t find the back of the net for the tie.

Myrtle Beach Mutiny captain, Zach Lemke scored a fantastic goal to open the scoring, by curling the ball around the goalie and putting it in the near post, the Stars then fired back with two quick goals and were able to hold onto the lead after that.

The Mutiny want to thank the fans and media for the success of this season. The Mutiny can’t wait for the next season to begin as they would like to continue the momentum they took from this season, and bring it into the next one.

Mutiny Tie USL Pro Division, Wilmington Hammerheads

The USL Pro, Wilmington Hammerheads visited the Grand Strand on Monday, July 7, as they took on the Myrtle Beach Mutiny in an exhibition match. The Mutiny come out of this game with a tie, 1-1.

The Mutiny and Hammerheads shared possession for a large amount of this game, the Hammerheads scored early, in the 9th minute. RJ Bass scored in the 45th minute, to take the tie into halftime, which was enough for the Mutiny to come out with the tie.

The Mutiny are home for their final game of the season, Friday, July 11 at 7:00pm against the Upward Stars. The Mutiny will be looking to carry this momentum into their last game and finish the season on a high note. This will be the third meeting between these two teams, with Upward taking the first two in hard fought battles, so the third meeting promises to be a great soccer game as well.

Myrtle Beach Mutiny Suffer a Tough Loss

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny visited Gate City FC in Greensboro, NC on Saturday night, July 5. The Mutiny come home with a loss to Gate City, 4-1. The Mutiny split the season series with one win and one loss against Gate City.

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny were chasing the game for the most part of the game, as Gate City scored in the 12th minute and continued pressure throughout the game. Gate City were awarded to penalty kicks in this game, one of which was saved brilliantly by the Mutiny goalkeeper, Michael Frenzel.

The Mutiny are finish the season with their next two home games. The Mutiny play the USL Pro division, Wilmington Hammerheads on Monday, July 7 at 7:00pm. The Mutiny play their last game at home against the Upward Stars, Friday, July 11 at 7:00pm. After that tough loss, the Mutiny are looking to finish the season on a positive note, and two wins.

The Mutiny Weather the Storm and Get the Win

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny were visited by the Carolina Railhawks tonight, and walk away with a victory, 4-2. The Mutiny were dealing with heavy rain for most of the game and handled it very well by coming out with the win.

The goalkeeper for the Mutiny, Michael Frenzel  had a couple amazing saves toward the end of the game, which allowed the Mutiny to keep their lead and also add on a Penalty Kick goal in the 76th minute. Max Weston, RJ Bass, and Anton Hysen were the goal scorers for the Mutiny with Max scoring two of them.

The Mutiny travel to Greensboro, SC, Saturday, July 5, for their next game to play the Gate City FC. They will enter the game with a bit of confidence after getting back to their winning ways.

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