2014 USL Pro season

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USL Pro
Season2014
Champions Sacramento Republic
Commissioner's Cup Orlando City SC
Matches played210
Goals scored585 (2.79 per match)
Top goalscorer Kevin Molino (20)
Biggest home win ORL 7, DDL 0
(August 31)
Biggest away win SAC 6, OCB 1
(August 17)
Highest scoring HAR 5, DDL 3 (May 17)
Longest winning run8 ORL
(May 17 – July 12)
Longest unbeaten run21 RIC
(April 19 – August 16)
Longest losing run6 OKC
(April 15 – May 25)
(August 9 – September 4)
OCB
(July 7 – August 8)
Highest attendance20,231 SAC vs. HAR
(April 26)
SAC vs. LAG
(May 17) [1]
SAC vs. AZU
(Jun 7) [2]
Lowest attendance213 DDL vs. CHB
(May 4)
Total attendance610,351
Average attendance3,114
2013
2015

The 2014 USL Pro season was the fourth USL Pro season and the 28th season of third-division soccer in the United States.

Contents

Teams

Antigua Barracuda FC and VSI Tampa Bay FC folded following the 2013 season and were replaced by Sacramento Republic FC and Oklahoma City Energy FC. On January 29, 2014, the Los Angeles Galaxy of MLS announced that they would be fielding a USL Pro team, the LA Galaxy II. [3] The Los Angeles Blues were rebranded Orange County Blues FC on February 5, 2014. [4] Arizona United SC replaced Phoenix FC on March 13, 2014. [5]

Orlando City Soccer Club spent their final season in USL Pro playing at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex on the campus of Walt Disney World Resort in Kissimmee, Florida. This is due to the closure of the Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium, their home for their first three seasons, for remodeling during 2014. The following season Orlando City moved up to Major League Soccer.

Stadiums and Locations

TeamLocationStadiumCapacity
Arizona United SC Peoria, Arizona Peoria Sports Complex 11,333
Charleston Battery Charleston, South Carolina Blackbaud Stadium 5,100
Charlotte Eagles Charlotte, North Carolina Dickson Field 2,500
Dayton Dutch Lions West Carrollton, Ohio DOC Stadium 3,000
Harrisburg City Islanders Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Skyline Sports Complex 5,000
LA Galaxy II Carson, California StubHub Center Track and Field Stadium 2,000
Oklahoma City Energy FC Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Pribil Field 4,000
Orange County Blues FC Irvine, California Anteater Stadium 2,500
Orlando City Lake Buena Vista, Florida ESPN Sports Complex 5,300
Pittsburgh Riverhounds Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Highmark Stadium 3,500
Richmond Kickers Richmond, Virginia City Stadium 22,000
Rochester Rhinos Rochester, New York Sahlen's Stadium 13,768
Sacramento Republic FC Sacramento, California Bonney Field 8,000
Wilmington Hammerheads Wilmington, North Carolina Legion Stadium 6,000

Personnel and kits

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

TeamManagerCaptainKit supplierShirt sponsor
Arizona United SC Flag of the United States.svg Michael Dellorusso Flag of the United States.svg Matt Kassel Lotto Abrazo Health Care
Charleston Battery Flag of the United States.svg Michael Anhaeuser Flag of Ireland.svg Colin Falvey Nike SPARC/Teamphoria!
Charlotte Eagles Flag of the United States.svg Mark Steffens Flag of the United States.svg Eric Reed Nike Powerade
Dayton Dutch Lions Flag of England.svg Matt Weston Flag of the United States.svg Joel DeLass Nike Dayton Outpatient Center
Harrisburg City Islanders Flag of the United States.svg Bill Becher Flag of the United States.svg Jason Pelletier Adidas Capital Blue Cross
LA Galaxy II Flag of the United States.svg Curt Onalfo Flag of the United States.svg Jack McBean Adidas Herbalife
Oklahoma City Energy Flag of Denmark.svg Jimmy Nielsen Flag of the United States.svg Michael Thomas Admiral First Fidelity Bank
Orange County Blues FC Flag of Iran.svg Dariush Yazdani Flag of Scotland.svg Allan Russell Nike Sports 1 Marketing
Orlando City Flag of England.svg Adrian Heath Flag of the United States.svg Rob Valentino Lotto Orlando Health
Pittsburgh Riverhounds Flag of Croatia.svg Nikola Katic Flag of the Netherlands.svg Collins John Nike #1 Cochran
Richmond Kickers Flag of England.svg Leigh Cowlishaw Flag of Uganda.svg Henry Kalungi Adidas Health Diagnostic Laboratory
Rochester Rhinos Flag of the United States.svg Bob Lilley Flag of the United States.svg Troy Roberts Admiral Bimbo Bakeries USA
Sacramento Republic Flag of the United States.svg Preki Flag of Mexico.svg Rodrigo López Lotto UC Davis Children's Hospital
Wilmington Hammerheads Flag of the United States.svg Carson Porter Flag of Scotland.svg Tom Parratt Nike New Hanover Regional Medical Center

MLS-USL Pro Alliance

Each USL PRO team will compete in two additional inter-league games against 2014 MLS Reserve League opponents in a "geographically influenced unbalanced schedule". The inter-league games will count in both the official USL PRO and MLS Reserve League standings. [6]

The following teams will affiliate:

USL Pro teams compiled a 14 Win, 5 Tie and 9 Loss record against MLS Reserve Teams in 2014.

Player transfers

For full article, see List of USL Pro transfers 2014.

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerPosition in tableIncoming managerDate of appointment
Oklahoma City Energy FCExpansion team Flag of Denmark.svg Jimmy Nielsen December 20, 2013 [11]
Sacramento Republic FCExpansion team Flag of the United States.svg Preki July 15, 2013 [12]
LA Galaxy IIExpansion team Flag of the United States.svg Curt Onalfo January 29, 2014 [3]
Arizona United SCExpansion team Flag of the United States.svg Michael Dellorusso March 28, 2014 [13] [14]
Pittsburgh Riverhounds Flag of the United States.svg Justin Evans 14th Place Flag of Croatia.svg Nikola Katic (Interim)May 19, 2014 [15] [16]
Dayton Dutch Lions Flag of the Netherlands.svg Sid van Druenen 14th Place Flag of England.svg Matt Weston August 7, 2014 [17]
Wilmington Hammerheads Flag of England.svg David Irving 12th Place Flag of the United States.svg Carson Porter (Interim)August 21, 2014 [18]

League table

PosTeamPldWTLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Orlando City (C)2819545624+3262 Commissioner's Cup, Playoffs
2 Sacramento Republic FC (A)2817474928+2155 Playoffs
3 LA Galaxy II (A)2815675438+1651
4 Richmond Kickers (A)28131235328+2551
5 Charleston Battery (A)2811893631+541
6 Rochester Rhinos (A)28108102925+438
7 Wilmington Hammerheads (A)2891183533+238
8 Harrisburg City Islanders (A)28107114546137
9 Arizona United SC 281051332471533 [lower-alpha 1]
10 Oklahoma City Energy FC 2895143237532
11 Pittsburgh Riverhounds 28951435491432
12 Charlotte Eagles 2894153340731
13 Orange County Blues FC 28911831542328
14 Dayton Dutch Lions 28641828633522
Updated to match(es) played on September 7, 2014. Source: USL Pro official standings
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(A) Advances to USL Pro Playoffs; (C) Commissioner's Cup (best regular season record)
Notes:
  1. Arizona was deducted two points for fielding an ineligible player on June 21 against LA Galaxy II. [19] [20]

Results table


Color Key: Home Away Win Loss Draw
ClubMatch
12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728
Arizona United SC
(AZU)
OKCSACLAGCHERICHARORLCHVOCBSACDDLROCLAGSACOCBLAGOCBOKCOCBWILCHBSACLAGOKCPITOKCSEAPIT
0–42–11–12–10–41–00–10–40–21–11–21–01–10–12–32–42–11–13–00–00–21–22–32–13–11–01–52–1
Charleston Battery
(CHB)
ORLRICORLNYRPITROCHARDDLWILWILPITORLLAGCHEHARCHERICRICAZUMTLROCDDLOCBROCOKCSACPITHAR
1–12–20–11–10–00–14–02–00–10–11–00–23–01–31–40–00–41–12–01–00–02–23–22–12–01–34–02–1
Charlotte Eagles
(CHE)
DDLRICCHIWILAZULAGOCBORLRICWILOKCOCBCHBHARROCDDLCHBSACPITDDLWILORLRICROCORLPITMTLHAR
0–12–12–32–01–21–22–01–30–21–21–10–13–11–11–01–30–00–10–22–12–01–41–23–12–00–11–12–4
Dayton Dutch Lions
(DDL)
NYRCHEROCHARRICCHBLAGHARSACROCOCBLAGAZUROCORLPITPITCHEHARCHEOKCHARCHBWILRICCORORLWIL
0–31–01–11–01–50–21–13–51–20–13–41–52–10–20–21–01–23–11–31–20–30–12–22–11–11–20–70–4
Harrisburg City Islanders
(HAR)
WILDDLOCBSACCHBAZUDDLRICPITRICPITPITMTLCHECHBDDLWILOKCRICLAGDDLNYRORLORLROCROCCHBCHE
0–00–11–42–10–40–15–32–31–10–13–10–00–11–14–13–10–03–31–23–11–03–13–21–32–21–41–24–2
LA Galaxy II
(LAG)
OCBSACOKCSACOCBAZUOCBCHEDDLSACOKCSEADDLROCCHBAZUORLAZUOKCOCBHARPITAZUOKCWILRSLRICSAC
3–11–14–20–33–11–13–02–11–11–25–01–05–11–20–31–10–34–21–04–01–31–33–21–03–31–01–12–1
Oklahoma City Energy FC
(OKC)
OCBLAGAZUDALORLORLOCBRICLAGNYRWILCHESACROCSACPITAZULAGHARDDLOCBSACAZULAGAZUCHBSACOCB
2–02–44–00–11–21–30–11–40–51–02–21–12–00–02–02–01–10–13–33–01–01–21–20–10–10–20–11–0
Orange County Blues FC
(OCB)
LAGOKCSACLAGHARLAGSACCHEOKCSEAAZUDDLORLCHECHVAZUSACAZUAZULAGOKCPITROCCHBSACWILRICOKC
1–30–22–11–34–10–31–20–21–00–12–04–31–41–02–13–21–21–20–30–40–10–11–02–31–61–21–10–1
Orlando City
(ORL)
CHBPITROCCHBDALOKCOKCPITROCAZUCHECHBMTLOCBDDLLAGWILSACROCCHEHARHARCHERICWILDDLWILRIC
1–11–13–11–03–22–13–11–01–11–03–12–02–14–12–03–02–00–00–14–12–33–10–23–21–37–00–01–0
Pittsburgh Riverhounds
(PIT)
ORLRICWILRICCHBORLROCWILCHBHARROCHARHARRICDDLDDLROCOKCCHERSLSACLAGOCBAZUDALCHECHBAZU
1–11–33–42–20–00–10–11–50–11–13–21–30–01–30–12–12–00–22–05–20–53–11–01–33–11–00–41–2
Richmond Kickers
(RIC)
CHBPITCHEPITDDLROCAZUOKCCHICHEROCHARHARWILPITCHBRSLSACCHBCHBHARWILCHEDDLORLOCBLAGORL
2–23–11–22–25–11–14–04–10–02–00–03–21–02–23–11–10–02–14–01–12–13–12–11–12–31–11–10–1
Rochester Rhinos
(ROC)
ORLDDLCHICHBRICWILORLPITSACRICDDLPITLAGAZUDDLOKCCHEPITDALWILORLCHBOCBCHBCHEHARHARWIL
1–31–12–01–01–10–01–11–00–10–01–02–32–10–12–00–00–10–23–00–11–00–00–11–21–32–24–12–0
Sacramento Republic FC
(SAC)
LAGCHVOCBLAGAZUHAROCBLAGROCDDLAZUOKCCORAZUOKCOCBRICCHEORLPITAZUOKCOCBWILCHBWILOKCLAG
1–13–11–23–01–21–22–12–11–02–11–10–24–31–00–22–11–21–00–05–02–12–16–12–03–10–01–01–2
Wilmington Hammerheads
(WIL)
HARPITCHEROCCHBCHBPITCHEOKCRICCHIRICORLHARROCAZUCHERICDDLNYRSACOCBLAGORLSACORLDDLROC
0–04–30–20–01–01–05–12–12–22–22–21–10–20–01–00–00–21–31–20–10–22–13–33–10–00–04–00–2
MLS Reserve Teams:
Chicago Fire – CHI • Chivas USA – CHV • Colorado Rapids – COR • FC Dallas – DAL • Montreal Impact – MTL • New York Red Bulls – NYR • Real Salt Lake – RSL • Seattle Sounders – SEA

USL Pro published schedule and results. [21] [22]

Playoffs

The 2014 USL PRO Playoffs will include the top eight finishers in the table, with the quarterfinals (No. 1 vs. No. 8, No. 2 vs. No. 7, etc.) set for the weekend of September 12–14. The semifinals featuring the four remaining teams will be played the following weekend, with the 2014 USL PRO Championship set for the weekend of September 26–28. All playoff rounds feature a single-game knockout format and teams will not be re-seeded following each round. [21]

Quarter-FinalsSemi-FinalsUSL PRO Championship
         
1 Orlando City 0
8 Harrisburg City Islanders 1
8 Harrisburg City Islanders 3
4 Richmond Kickers 2
4 Richmond Kickers (a.e.t.) 2
5 Charleston Battery 1
8 Harrisburg City Islanders 0
2 Sacramento Republic 2
2 Sacramento Republic 4
7 Wilmington Hammerheads 1
2 Sacramento Republic 3
3 LA Galaxy II 2
3 LA Galaxy II 2
6 Rochester Rhinos 1
September 13, 2014 (2014-09-13)QF Richmond Kickers 2–1 (a.e.t.) Charleston Battery Richmond, Virginia
7:00 pm EDT Martin Soccerball shade.svg11'
Asante Yellow card.svg 72'
Lee Yellow card.svg 78'
Delicâte Soccerball shade.svg117'
Shanosky Yellow card.svg 120'
Arbelaez Red card.svg 120'
Report Kelly Soccerball shade.svg64'
Adjetey Red card.svg 104'
Cuevas Red card.svg 120'
Stadium: City Stadium
Attendance: 2,711
Referee: Charles Carson
September 13, 2014 (2014-09-13)QF Orlando City 0–1 Harrisburg City Islanders Lake Buena Vista, Florida
7:30 pm EDT Valentino Yellow card.svg 24'
Pulis Yellow card.svg 89'
Report Hoppenot Soccerball shade.svg40', Yellow card.svg 65'
Barril Yellow card.svg 79'
Derschang Red card.svg 90+'
Stadium: ESPN Sports Complex
Attendance: 4,855
Referee: Matthew Miscannon
September 13, 2014 (2014-09-13)QF Sacramento Republic 4–1 Wilmington Hammerheads Sacramento, California
7:30 pm PDT Vuković Yellow card.svg 10'Soccerball shade.svg40 ', 67'
Daly Soccerball shade.svg64'
Jahn Soccerball shade.svg88'
Report Nicholson Yellow card.svg 42'
Ruggles Yellow card.svg 54'
Ochoa Soccerball shade.svg58' (pen.)
Stadium: Bonney Field
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Michael Zapata
September 13, 2014 (2014-09-13)QF LA Galaxy II 2–1 Rochester Rhinos Carson, California
7:30 pm PDT Hoffman Soccerball shade.svg29' (pen.)
Stojkov Yellow card.svg 43'
Rugg Yellow card.svg 45'Soccerball shade.svg63'
Garcia Yellow card.svg 45' Red card.svg 65'
Bli Yellow card.svg 90+'
Report Rosenlund Yellow card.svg 16'
Banks Soccerball shade.svg22'
Smith Yellow card.svg 90+'
Stadium: StubHub Center
Attendance: 2,478
Referee: Daniel Radford
September 20, 2014 (2014-09-20)SF Richmond Kickers 2–3 Harrisburg City Islanders Richmond, Virginia
7:00 pm EDT Yeisley Soccerball shade.svg32'
Shanosky Soccerball shade.svg79'
Spitz Yellow card.svg 90+'
Report Langley Soccerball shade.svg27'Yellow card.svg 89'
Hardware Soccerball shade.svg45'
Barril Yellow card.svg 64'
Bahner Yellow card.svg 71'
DiPrima Soccerball shade.svg76'
Stadium: City Stadium
Attendance: 3,734
Referee: Mark Gorak
September 20, 2014 (2014-09-20)SF Sacramento Republic 3–2 LA Galaxy II Sacramento, California
7:30 pm PDT López Yellow card.svg 57'Soccerball shade.svg70' (pen.)Soccerball shade.svg84' (pen.)Soccerball shade.svg90+'
Klimenta Yellow card.svg 82'
Report Rugg Soccerball shade.svg26 ', 44'
Sorto Yellow card.svg 74'
Stadium: Bonney Field
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Baboucarr Jallow

Championship Game MVP: Rodrigo López (SAC)

Statistical leaders

Top Goalkeepers

(Minimum of 1080 Minutes Played)

RankGoalkeeperClubGPMINSSVSGAGAAW-L-TSHO
1 Flag of the United States.svg John McCarthy Rochester Rhinos 18162041130.7228–4–610
2 Flag of the United States.svg Joe Willis Richmond Kickers 18162056140.77710–0–77
3 Flag of New Zealand.svg Jake Gleeson Sacramento Republic 17147147150.91711–2–36
4 Flag of Mexico.svg Miguel Gallardo Orlando City 24216066230.95817–4–38
5 Flag of Cuba.svg Odisnel Cooper Charleston Battery 24209470251.07410–7–79
6 Flag of the United States.svg Samir Badr Oklahoma City Energy 13109333141.1523–6–33
7 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Quillan Roberts Wilmington Hammerheads 17151437201.1885–4–65
8 Flag of the United States.svg Alec Kann Charlotte Eagles 17151556221.3066–8–33
9 Flag of the United States.svg Cody Laurendi LA Galaxy II 19166535251.35110–6–34
10 Flag of the United States.svg Michael Lisch Pittsburgh Riverhounds 17153067251.4707–6–34

Source: [23]

League Awards

[24]

All-League Teams

[25]

First Team

F: Matthew Delicâte (RIC), Chandler Hoffman (LAG), Dane Kelly (CHB)
M: George Davis IV (RIC), Rodrigo López (SAC), Kevin Molino (ORL)
D: Luke Boden (ORL), Ashani Fairclough (WIL), Nemanja Vuković (SAC), William Yomby (RIC)
G: John McCarthy (ROC)

Second Team

F: J.C. Banks (ROC), Aaron Schoenfeld (DDL), Long Tan (AZU)
M: André Auras (LAG), Jorge Herrera (CHE), Allan Russell (OCB)
D: Matt Bahner (HAR), Gareth Evans (OKC), Brad Rusin (ORL), Daniel Steres (LAG)
G: Joe Willis (RIC)

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