On Monday the Menace traveled to Kansas City to take on the Wizards in an exhibition match at Swope Park. Despite losing 3-0, the team played well and enjoyed the opportunity to play against some of the top-caliber players in the U.S.
The Menace's next home match comes against the St. Louis Lions on Saturday, May 30, when the team will recognize its career scoring leader. Tomas Boltnar will be honored during halftime of the 7:30 p.m. match at Valley Stadium, and he will sign autographs after the game.
You can now access live updates for all Menace away games at http://twitter.com/MenaceSoccer. Your first chance to follow the Menace on Twitter will be Wednesday, May 13th at 5:30 p.m. when the Menace play at Springfield.
The 16th season of Des Moines Menace soccer gets underway this Saturday, when Casey Mann’s team hosts the Rochester (Minn.) Thunder – one of two expansion clubs in the Premier Development League’s Heartland Division.