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Hampton Roads Piranhas head PDL playoff field
July 24th, 2007 7AM

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[PDL RESULTS] The expansion Hampton Roads Piranhas clinched the top seed in the Eastern Conference and captured the PDL regular season title, becoming only the eighth team to finish with an unbeaten record in PDL history. The defending champion Michigan Bucks will host the Central Conference playoff tournament July 27-28. The complete playoff field: Central Conference -- Cape Cod Crusaders, Brooklyn Knights, Michigan Bucks, Chicago Fire Premier, Thunder Bay Chill, St. Louis Lions, Hampton Roads Piranhas, Ocean City Barons, Carolina Dynamo, Central Florida Kraze, Laredo Heat, El Paso Patriots, BYU, Tacoma Tide, Fresno Fuego and San Fernando Valley Quakes.

July 16
Indiana 1 (Stewart 62) Cleveland 2 (Nagbe 39, Marsh 60).

July 17
Fort Wayne 1 (Conte 61) Michigan 4 (Uzoigwe 26, 41, Jafta 33, Balc 87).
Mississippi 2 (Lilly 12, Coulibaly 90) Baton Rouge 2 (Gautreau 27, Arnold 31).

July 18
Ocean City 3 (Evans 8, 48, McCaffery 89) Delaware 1 (Fonseca 68).
Long Island 1 (Grendi 24) Albany 2 (Stevens 34, Clancy 71).
Bradenton 5 (Morsink 9, Boggs 27, 40, 81, Reiter 90).
Vermont 1 (Vuckovic 35) Ottawa 0.
Brooklyn 2 (Anton 49, Dragoi 57) Westchester 0.
Reading 3 (O'Connor55, Marcellis 81, Cucci 84) Richmond 2 (McIntosh 23, McFadden 24).
Rhode Island 0 Cape Cod 1 (Barnett 68).
Southern California 1 (Miller 70) Orange County 1 (Macado 49).

July 19
Spokane 2 (Moug pen. 29, 37) Tacoma 3 (Hand 13, Macaluso 48, O'Brien pen. 86).

July 20
Thunder Bay 4 (Swartzendruber 42, 45, 90, Kawahara 80) Des Moines 0.
BYU 2 (Fellows 6, McKinley 89) Cascade 0.
Ogden 1 (Kyle Christensen 63) Colorado 1 (Howland 70).
Ventura County 0 Los Angeles 0.
Reading 5 (Marcellis 24, Stanco 37, Kulp 62, Hogan 84, Benson 90) Ocean City 4 (Evans 17, Carmichael 18, 31, Mousaw 66).
Vermont 5 (Vuckovic 26, 63, 64, Cupac 30, Sczyporski 67) Rhode Island 1 (Nolan 23).
Michigan 1 (Fuzetti 24) Toronto 3 (Wiredu 52, 66, Roberts 90).
Atlanta 2 (Cox 86, Bell 90) Carolina 0.
Delaware 1 (Brown 80) Hampton Roads 7 (Aaron Wheeler 4, 15, 70, Nolz 10, Kinney 18, 55, 68).
Baton Rouge 0 Laredo 1 (Garcia 82).

July 21
Austin 1 (Mimbela 73) DFW 2 (Goulding 4, Smith 16).
Mississippi 3 (Buffington 52, Lawrence 57, Lilly 87) Laredo 3 (own goal 8, Fender 22, Ibarra 44).
Abbotsford 4 (Schmidt 15, 83, Vanderhoek 29, Perry 89) Tacoma 1 (Cox 80).
BYU 1 (Cavanaugh 26) Colorado 1 (Nummy 15).
Southern California 4 (Dekoning 2, Gonzalez 56, Page 70, Snelgrove 90) Bakersfield 0.
Yakima 5 (Yanez 38, 67, Calderon 45, 48 Neal, 77) Spokane 3 (Funkhauser 32, Chifelter 64, Lundberg 71).
Cape Cod 5 (Massie 24, Barnett 28, 31, pen. 75, Chery 38) Brooklyn 0.
Northern Virginia 2 (Stevens 4, Renfrow 33) Reading 1 (O'Conner 13).
Thunder Bay 2 (Swartzendruber 13, 63) Des Moines 1 (Disang 25).
Nashville 0 Carolina 3 (Loyd 18, Salinas 49, Adams 61).
St Louis 8 (Heinemann 24, 61, 68, Gelven 32, Holmes 48, Chatman 79, 89, Clayes 85) Springfield 0.
Virginia 2 (Page 35, Hoxie 38) Richmond 2 (Evans 62, McIntosh 88).
Ottawa 4 (Beauge 15, Dasah 32, Kihara 82, Beckett 85) Rhode Island 0.
Westchester 4 (Morgan 2, Bailey 18, 86, Kuritzky 33) Albany 1 (Arteaga 50).
Cleveland 2 (Nagbe 29, Gillespie 47) Chicago 0.
San Francisco 1 (Bent 79) Fresno 3 (Campos 25, 55, Nunez 70).
El Paso 2 (Griego 28, Barrera 90) New Orleans 1 (Quinn 65).

July 22
Central Florida 3 (Millar 8, Barber 38, 40) Palm Beach 0.
Abbotsford 11 (Severn 8, 25, 29, 52, 78, 90, Riehl 37, 44, Dosanjh 53, Vanderhoek 65, Sean Crocker 86) Spokane 0.
Ocean City 1 (Ortiz 57) Hampton Roads 4 (Aaron Wheeler 23, Nolz 40, William 60, Thomas 89).
Westchester 1 (Kuritzky pen. 43) Long Island 2 (Batista 68, Grandi 90).
Indiana 1 (Stewart pen. 36) West Michigan 0.
Michigan 3 (Uzoigwe 16, Jafta 57, Morisset 63) Fort Wayne 1 (Bauer 13).
San Francisco 0 San Jose 2 (DeGeer 23, Ibarra 25).
Kansas City 1 (Cummings 57) St Louis 0.


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