A midweek match up that could determine fourth place, and a home playoff match, saw Orange County Soccer Club travel to Utah to meet up with Real Monarchs SLC. Real Monarchs have been pretty dominant at home this year, so Orange County had a tough task ahead of them.
Orange County SC provided local soccer fans some Thursday night entertainment as they welcomed Liga MX side Club Tijuana for a mid-season friendly.
Orange County Soccer Club took the field looking to extend their home unbeaten streak against the visiting Rio Grande Valley FC Toros. Orange County survived an early scare in the fourth minute when Aodhan Quinn was called for a handball in the box resulting in a penalty kick for RGV.
Orange County SC traveled to Fresno looking to find their first road win of the season, and on paper this looked to be a tough task.
Orange County SC traveled to Oklahoma City in hopes of extending their current win streak to three games. Although they had the advantage in possession and passing, Orange County fell behind on an early free kick from Alvin Jones in just the 4th minute of play. His shot took a deflection in the box that sent the ball away from Aaron Cervantes.
Orange County SC walked away with 1 point after a tough match in Reno that was dominated by the home team.