It has been a whirlwind week for FC Wichita.
They traveled down to Dallas to play in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup earlier this week.
FC Wichita made it to the third round, before losing to NTX Rayados, 3-2.
After the game, they found their locker room had been burglarized.
General Manager Larry Inlow said on Thursday that valuables, like phones, wallets, passports and immigration papers had been stolen from players bags inside the locker room.
Back home in Wichita tonight, FC Wichita played their first game since the incident, hosting undefeated Tulsa Athletic.
They were without one their best players, Nelso Landeverde.
In the 55th minute and It was Thomas Wells who got FC Wichita on the board, with a goal off the bicycle kick, that knotted the game at one.
Just four minutes later, It would be Franck Tayou punching it, giving FC Wichita a 2-1 lead.
Wells would add another goal in the 74th minute to seal the deal for FC Wichita, as they win 3-1.
FC Wichita will play their next on June 2nd, against Ozark FC at JBU Soccer Stadium.