Christian Castillo (left) netted the lone goal in the Menace's 1-0 exhibition victory over the Minnesota United FC Reserves on Saturday (May 31).
The inaugural Chicago Red Stars Reserves defeated the Menace on Saturday (May 31) at Valley Stadium.
Just three days after hosting Minnesota United FC, the Menace welcomes Minnesota's reserves squad for a Saturday-night (May 31) exhibition.
The Menace opens its home schedule on Saturday (May 31) against the Chicago Red Stars Reserves, then boards the bus for a Sunday match in Madison.
Minnesota knocked the Menace out of the 2014 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup on Wednesday (May 28) at Valley Stadium.
The Menace hosts Minnesota United FC on Wednesday (May 28), in a rematch of this monumental Menace win from a year ago. The winner gets a June 18 date at MLS Cup champ Sporting KC.
Sean Hoek and Alec Bartlett (pictured, in center) provided the goals in the Menace's win at St. Louis on Sunday (May 25).
With goals from Lindsey Bardole (pictured, 7), Jordyn Thompson and Chelsea Cline, the Menace overcame an early deficit on Saturday (May 24) at league newcomer Minnesota.
The Menace heads to St. Louis to clash with the Lions on Sunday (May 25). These rivals tied the 2013 season series, 1-1-1.
Can the Menace repeat last year's upset of Minnesota, and get a rematch with Sporting KC?
The Menace opens its season at WPSL newcomer Minnesota, playing a 4 p.m. match on Saturday (May 24).
Recent Grand View grad Jonny Macadam is back for his third season with the Menace -- his fourth, counting his internship with the team in 2013.
The Menace's 2014 roster includes first-year players from Brazil, England, Ghana and South Africa.
The Menace ladies welcome nine newcomers from Iowa. They join six Iowa natives who are returning to the team.
The Menace ladies return 13 players, including Maggie Wylie (4).
In the 2014 PDL opener on Saturday (May 17), the Menace scored twice in the first 10 minutes and finished off home-side Springfield.
The Menace starts league play on the road, Saturday (May 17), against the Springfield Demize.
We welcome these new members of the 2014 Menace.
With a 3-0 win over Real Colorado on Wednesday (May 14), the Menace gets a May 28 home date with Minnesota United FC (NASL) in the Open Cup's second round.
The Menace hosts Open Cup action for the fifth straight season, looking to take down rival Real Colorado on Wednesday (May 14) at Valley Stadium.
Goalkeeper David Meves (pictured), the NCAA's career leader in minutes played and shutouts, is part of an exciting crew of first-time Menace players.
In its final tune-up for the Open Cup and regular season, the Menace finished off Imperio, 3-0, on Saturday (May 10) at Cownie Soccer Park.
With the U.S. Open Cup and the PDL regular season looming, the Menace faces the defending Des Moines International league champs on Saturday (May 10).
Brandon Fricke, a 2013 all-league honoree, is back for his fifth season with the Menace. See who else is returning.
The Menace and Schwaben AC (Ill.) will meet again on Sunday, June 1 at 1 p.m. in Iowa City, for the make-up of a regional final that was abandoned, due to weather, on April 27.