2023 Season

North Texas SC Finish Level in Utah



  • Forward José Mulato scored his seventh goal of the season 
  • North Texas SC is now 1-6 in extra point shootouts this season

Herriman, Utah (August 12, 2023) – North Texas SC (6-10-7, 26 points) drew 1-1 against the Real Monarch (8-7-6, 33 points) tonight from Zions Bank Stadium in Herriman, Utah. The North Texas side were unable to secure a second point after falling to the Monarch’s 4-2 in the extra point shootout. 


Forward José Mulato is able to score his seventh goal of the season in tonight's game after scoring the first goal of the game for the North Texas side. Mulato looks to continue impressing with North Texas SC as they push for a playoff spot in the final games of the regular season. Mulato now tallies four goals in the last four games.


North Texas SC drew for the first time against the Monarchs tonight but were unable to obtain an additional point in the extra point shootout, falling 4-2. The Monarchs scored the crucial goal in the dying moments of the second half, as they did in Arlington earlier this year, when the Monarchs grabbed the 1-0 win with a stoppage time free kick.


After two consecutive road matches, North Texas SC is set to host the Tacoma Defiance on Saturday, August 19 from Choctaw Stadium. The match is set to kick off at 7:30PM CT on MLS Season Pass on Apple TV.


North Texas SC — Antonio Carrera; Herbert Endeley, Amet Korça (Alejandro Araneda – 45’), Henri Santos, Nolan Norris; Carl Sainté, André Costa, Diego García (Anthony Ramirez – 74’), Tomas Pondeca (Theo Ferreira – 67’), Hope Avayevu (Lautaro Taboada – 67’); José Mulato (Manuel Caicedo – 86’).

Substitutes not used — Michael Webber, Diego Pepi.

Real Monarchs — Derrek Chan; Zack Farnsworth (Gershon Henry – 63’), Bobby Pierre, Omar Alba, Keller Storlie; Tyrone Mondi (Owen Anderson – 80’), Griffin Dillon, Jude Wellings (Dominic Berrios – 63’); Darón Iskenderian (Kristian Kelley – 74’), Ilijah Paul, Zavier Gozo.

Substitutes not used — Cayne Madhlangove, Abokye Bikyeombe, S. Hall, Izahi Amparo. 

Scoring Summary: 

NTX: José Mulato (Herbert Endeley) – 32’

SLC: Illijah Paul (Griffin Dillon) – 90’+3’ 

Misconduct Summary:

SLC: Griffin Dillon (caution) — 26’

SLC: Ilijah Paul (caution) — 35’

NTX: Herbert Endeley (caution) — 41’ 

NTX: Diego García (caution) — 72’ 

SLC: Darón Iskenderian (caution) — 70’

NTX: Diego García (caution) — 70’

NTX: Manuel Caicedo (caution) — 90’+2’ 

Weather: Sunny, 88°F

Post Game Quotes

Interim Head Coach John Gall

On tonights game.. 

“I thought we were really good for large parts of the game and obviously in the second half the Monarchs pushed the game and I saw that we dealt with a lot of things that we needed to. And then unfortunately the set piece at the end let us down. But, you know, certainly proud of the boys for continuing to do the things we're asking them to do.”

“We talked about a tactical plan. We had an idea of what we wanted to do. I thought the boys executed things really well. They worked really hard. It's very difficult to play any team in this league on the road.”

Forward José Mulato

On scoring his seventh goal tonight..

“I am very happy to be on the score sheet tonight, I am disappointed with the result but proud of the way we played.”