After a rough first half of the season the boys in blue looked to start turning things around Wednesday night when they traveled to Oklahoma to battle FC Tulsa. The Indy Eleven, who hadn't won a game in 45 days, were sitting at seventh on the table in a very close battle for a playoff spot in the central division. A very slow first half, and playing on a field that could only be described as terrible, led to zero points for the Indy Eleven heading into the locker room at the half. During the first half a yellow card caution was given to Nick Moon in the 36' for a hard sliding tackle. The opposition didn't score either in the first half and that would continue to be the case for FC Tulsa for the rest of the night. Coming out of the locker room to start the second half, the boys in blue looked to get some points on the board and not give Tulsa the chance to score. The Second half started with more of the same. Some shots taken but none close enough to get the ball in the back of the net. In the 55' Manuel Arteaga picked up a questionable yellow card after leaping for a ball and missing both ball and opponent that ended with the opponent laying on the ground. In the 72' Max Rogers decided to make some substitutions, coming out of the game were Manuel Arteaga, Patrick Seagrist, and Nick Moon. Coming into the game was Peter-Lee Vassell, Rece Buckmaster, and making his return to the team after spending time with his country team Neveal Hackshaw. 6 minutes later Gordon Wild scores his second goal of the season coming from an assist by Neveal Hackshaw making it a 1-0 game. In the 81' Neveal Hackshaw gets called for a yellow card caution as play continues. Then in the 85' Peter-Lee Vassell scores his first goal in the Indy uniform. The rest of the game would stay at 2-0 and at the refs final whistle the Indy Eleven came away with their first win in 45 days. The Boys in blue are back in action on Sunday as they travel to Georgia to battle Atlanta United II.