• St. Charles, MO – The St. Louis Ambush (2-13) travel north to Iowa to battle the Cedar Rapids Rampage (3-12) this Saturday, February 13 at 7:05 p.m. at the US Cellular Center. Both teams have struggled in the standings this season and both are looking to finish strong as they head into their last five games, so Saturday's duel promises to be an intense one. That intensity could be magnified as four current members of the Rampage roster (forward Gordy Gurson, defender Bobby Hurwitz, forward Bla

  • Kent, WA – The St. Louis Ambush fell to 2-13 on the season when they were defeated by the Tacoma Stars Friday night at the ShoWare Center in Kent, Washington. The win improved Tacoma's record to 11-5. Tacoma\'s goals came from former Ambush player Dan Antoniuk, Vince McKluskey, Derek Johnson, Adam West, Raphael Cox and Troy Peterson. Those players each registered one goal, but three other Tacoma players tallied two goals each: Jamael Cox, Joseph Cairel and Michael Ramos. Ambush scoring came fr

  • St. Charles, MO – The St. Louis Ambush embark on their longest road trip of the season when they travel over 1,700 miles to Kent, Washington to tangle with the Tacoma Stars at the ShoWare Center this Friday, February 5 at 9:35 p.m. (CST). The Ambush journey to Washington looking to turn around their 2-12 season while the Stars are in second place in the MASL Pacific Division with a 10-5 record and are vying for a playoff spot. Friday's match is the second of two between the two clubs this seas

  • St. Charles, MO -- St. Louis Ambush forward Odaine Sinclair and midfielder Lucas Almeida each earned "Honorable Mention" from the Major Arena Soccer League in the organization's weekly Team of the Week awards for week 15 of the 2015-16 regular season. Although the Ambush lost their January 29 duel with the Chicago Mustangs in overtime, Sinclair and Almeida each tallied four goals in that contest.  The 2015-16 season is Sinclair's third with the Ambush. His rookie season (2013-14) was a success

  • St. Charles, MO – Prior to Saturday night, the St. Louis Ambush and the Baltimore Blast had not crossed paths in two years. When the Blast came to the Family Arena on Saturday, one thing had not changed during those two years; they are still one of the elite teams in professional indoor soccer. The Blast defeated the Ambush 6-1 and dominated the game from the first kick until the final minute of the match. Baltimore scored six consecutive goals with contributions from Juan Pereira, Jinho Kim,

  • St. Charles, MO – The St. Louis Ambush have announced a new, three-year lease with the Family Arena that will keep the team playing at the St. Charles facility through the 2018-19 season. The joint announcement was made by Ambush CEO Andrew Haines and Joe Cronin, Chairman of the St. Charles County Council, prior to the Ambush game at the Family Arena January 29. St. Charles County owns the Family Arena. RIGHT: Joe Cronin, Chairman of the St. Charles County Council, and Andrew Haines, CEO of th

  • St. Charles, MO – Despite having a three goal lead with under nine minutes left in regulation play, the St. Louis Ambush suffered a frustrating 9-8 overtime loss to the Chicago Mustangs Friday night at the Family Arena. All of the Ambush goals came from two players. Forward Odaine Sinclair and midfielder Lucas Almeida each tallied four goals for St. Louis. Miguel Vaca registered four goals for Chicago, including the overtime game winner. Other Mustang goals came from Luis Ortega, Wilo Martinez

  • St. Charles, MO – Plenty of professional indoor soccer action is on tap this weekend as the St. Louis Ambush play back-to-back games at the Family Arena Friday and Saturday nights. On Friday, January 29, the Ambush host the rival Chicago Mustangs at 7:35 p.m. The next evening, Saturday, January 30, the Baltimore Blast come to town for a 7:05 p.m. duel. The Mustangs invade the Family Arena with an 11-3 record and are tied with the Missouri Comets for first place in the MASL Central Division. Bo

  • St. Louis Ambush forward Freddy Moojen and midfielder Andre Hayne each earned "Honorable Mention" in the Major Arena Soccer League's Team of the Week awards for week 14 of the 2015-16 season. The Ambush played one game during week 14, a 3-2 overtime shootout loss to the Syracuse Silver Knights on January 22 in Syracuse. Moojen (left) and Hayne (right) were responsible for St. Louis' two goals in that game. In a season shortened by injury, Moojen has tallied two goals and one assist in four games

  • Syracuse, NY – The St. Louis Ambush dropped a nail-biter on the road when they fell 3-2 to the Syracuse Silver Knights in an overtime shootout period Friday night at the Oncenter War Memorial Arena in Syracuse, New York. The loss dropped the Ambush to 2-10, while Syracuse improved to 6-6. Neither team scored in the opening period. JerJer Gibson put the Silver Knights up 1-0 with the first goal of the game at 5:14 of the second quarter. The Ambush drew even when Andre Hayne scored at 10:53 of t