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USL-1 Results
September 22nd, 2008 7AM
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The Puerto Rico Islanders won their USL First Division regular-season title thanks to a 0-0 tie with the Montreal Impact -- their fellow participant in the Concacaf Champions League -- on the final day of the season. Minnesota's 3-1 win over Montreal had clinched the Thunder the final playoff spot. For all the USL-1 results, the final standings and leading scores ...

RESULTS:
Sept. 17

Miami FC 1 Rochester 0
MIA: Alex Afonso 72
Sept. 19
Charleston 1 Carolina 2
CAR: Hamed Diallo (Matt Watson) 8
CAR: Hamed Diallo (Santiago Fusilier) 24
CHA: Mike Richardson (Stephen Armstrong) 65
Puerto Rico 1 Atlanta 1
ATL: Jason McLaughlin (Josh Bolton) 55
PR: Cristian Arrieta (Osei Telesford) 61
Sept. 20
Carolina 1 Portland 0
CAR: Martin Nunez 90
Minnesota 3 Montreal 1
MON: Alex Surprenant 32
MIN: Ricardo Sanchez 38
MIN: Brian Cvilikas (Melvin Tarley) 60
MIN: Jeremiah Bass (Tighe Dombrowski) 70
Seattle 2 Vancouver 3
SEA: Sebastien Le Toux (Roger Levesque) 10
VAN: Eduardo Sebrango (Nicolas Addlery) 54
VAN: Justin Moose (Martin Nash) 57
VAN: Jeff Clarke (Justin Moose) 67
SEA: Kevin Sakuda (Sanna Nyassi) 69
Sept. 21
Miami FC 1 Atlanta 0.
MIA: Sean Fraser 53
Montreal 0 Puerto Rico 0.

FINAL STANDINGS:
TEAM W-L-T Pts
Puerto Rico 15-6-9 54
Vancouver 15-7-8 53
Montreal 12-12-6 42
Rochester 11-10-9 41
Charleston 11-12-7 40
Seattle 10-10-10 40
Minnesota 10-11-9 39
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Carolina 9-11-10 37
Atlanta 8-12-10 34
Miami FC 7-12-11 32
Portland Timbers 7-13-10 26

LEADING SCORERS:
15 Afonso (Miami)
14 Le Toux (Seattle)
12 Sebrango (Vancouver)
11 Kandji (Atlanta)
10 Tarley (Minnesota)
10 Sanchez (Minnesota)
8 Patterson (Charleston)
8 Brown (Portland)
7 Diallo (Carolina)
7 Arrieta (Puerto Rico)

 

 



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