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MLS RESERVE LEAGUE
Results:
July 3
D.C. United 4 Philadelphia1
DC: Stephen King (unassisted) 22
DC: Kurt Morsink (Blake Brettschneider) 23
PHI: Darius Madison (Roger Torres) 48
DC: Joseph Ngwenya (pen.) 68
DC: Joseph Ngwenya (Cody Albrecht) 79

Standings:
Eastern Conference
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
13 D.C. United 4-0-1 14/6
7 New England 2-2-1 8/9
6 Columbus 2-1-0 5/4
4 Philadelphia 1-2-1 3/6
1 Toronto FC 0-2-1 3/5
0 New York 0-2-0 1/4
Central Conference
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
9 FC Dallas 3-0-0 6/2
9 Houston 3-2-0 5/6
7 Chicago 2-0-1 6/2
5 Sporting KC 1-1-2 4/3
3 Real Salt Lake 1-2-0 2/3
1 Colorado 0-4-1 2/5
Western Conference
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
18 Seattle 6-0-0 12/5
9 San Jose 3-2-0 9/5
7 Portland 2-2-1 11/10
5 Chivas USA 1-2-2 10/11
3 Los Angeles 1-4-0 4/11
1 Vancouver 0-3-1 3/7

Schedule:
July 5
Chicago vs. FC Dallas
Los Angeles vs. Seattle
July 6
New York vs. Toronto FC
July 10
New York vs. D.C. United

NASL
Results:
July 4
FC Tampa Bay 4 Ft. Lauderdale 2
FCTB: Andres Arango (Pascal Millien) 14
FTL: Eduardo Coudet (pen.) 38
FCTB: Pascal Millien (Tsuyoshi Yoshitake) 55
FCTB: Aaron King (Pascal Millien) 63
FTL: Mike Palacio (Eduardo Coudet) 68
FCTB: Mike Ambersley (Aaron King) 71
Att.: 4,248.
NSC Minnesota 1 FC Edmonton1.
EDM: Alex Surprenant (unassisted) 63
MIN: Devin Del Do (unassisted) 85
Atlanta 3 Puerto Rico 4
PR: Aaron Pitchkolan (David Foley) 27
ATL: Ciaran O’Brien (pen.) 32
PR: Matt Bourace (Aaron Pitchkolan) 38
ATL: Ciaran O’Brien (pen.) 54
ATL: Junior Sandoval (Ciaran O’Brien) 59
PR: David Foley (pen.) 65
PR: Jonathan Fana (unassisted) 90

July 3
Carolina 2 Montreal0.
CAR: Pablo Campos (Chris Nurse) 30
CAR: Nick Zimmerman (Jonny Steele) 34
Att.: 4,690.

June 29
Ft. Lauderdale 1 FC Tampa Bay 1.

FTL: Eduardo Coudet (unassisted) 89
TB: Mike Ambersley (Tsuyoshi Yoshitake) 68
Att.: 5,848.
Montreal 0 Puerto Rico0.
Att.: 10,256.

Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
38 Carolina 12-1-1 33/11
24 FC Edmonton 7-4-3 18/15
22 Puerto Rico 6-4-4 22/22
19 NSC Minnesota 4-3-7 17/15
17 Ft. Lauderdale 3-3-8 19/19
17 FC Tampa Bay 4-5-5 17/21
10 Montreal 2-7-4 11/15
2 Atlanta 0-10-2 12/31

Schedule:
July 9
Fort Lauderdale vs. Atlanta
NSC Minnesota vs. Carolina
Puerto Rico vs. FC Tampa Bay

USL PRO
Results:
July 4
Richmond 3 Dayton 1.

DAY: Joe Tait (pen.) 13
RIC: Ryan Heins (David Bulow) 30
RIC: David Bulow (Penalty) 53
RIC: Edson Elcock (Stanley Nyazamba) 74
Att.: 1,878.
FC New York 1 Charlotte3.
Att.: 574.

July 3
Pittsburgh 2 Barracuda FC 0.

PIT: Jason Yeisley (pen.) 45
PIT: Jeremy Deighton (Tommy Gray) 80
Att.: 1,003.
Rochester 0 Orlando City1.
ORL: Jamie Watson (unassisted) 77
Att.: 4,958.

July 2
Wilmington 4 Los Angeles 2.
WIL: Andryi Budnyy (Jack Avesyan) 1
WIL: Chris Banks (Tom Parratt) 66
WIL: Ivan Becerra (Chris Banks) 71
WIL: Chris Murray (Chris Banks) 81
LAB: Cesar Rivera (unassisted) 23
LAB: Akeem Priestley (unassisted) 88
Att.: 4,412.
Harrisburg 0 Charlotte 0.

July 1
Rochester 2 Richmond 1.
ROC: Issac Kissi (unassisted) 47
RCH: own goal 56
ROC: Kendall Jagdeosingh (Andrew Hoxie) 72
Att.: 5,344.
FC New York 2 Barracuda FC 0.
FCNY: Jhonny Arteaga (Owen Morrison) 13
FCNY: Jhonny Arteaga (unassisted) 17
Att.: 1,653.
Pittsburgh 0 Orlando City 0
.
Att.: 963.
Charleston 0 Los Angeles 0.
Att.: 3,497.

Standings:
American Division
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
38 Orlando City 11-2-5 27/13
27 Richmond 8-4-4 25/14
22 Barracuda FC  7-9-1 23/23
25 Charleston 7-6-4 14/16
21 Wilmington 6-4-3 22/19
21 Charlotte 6-5-3 17/13
National Division
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
27 Rochester 8-5-3 19/13
24 Harrisburg 7-3-3 22/13
19 Los Angeles 5-4-4 21/16
17 FC New York 4-6-5 15/20
16 Pittsburgh 4-9-4 13/23
5 Dayton 1-10-2 9/29

Schedule:
July 8
Orlando City vs. Dayton
Richmond vs. Charlotte
Barracuda FC vs. Wilmington
Rochester vs. FC New York
July 9
Pittsburgh vs. FC New York
Charleston vs. Orlando City
Charlotte vs. Richmond
July 10
Harrisburg vs. Dayton
Barracuda FC vs. Wilmington

WPS
Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
20 Western NY 6-1-2 20/12
18 Philadelphia 5-2-3 19/9
16 *magicJack 5-4-1 16/15
12 Boston 3-4-3 12/11
12 Sky Blue FC 3-3-3 11/10
6 Atlanta 1-8-3 7/24
*penalized one point for non-compliance of league regulations.

U.S. OPEN CUP
Quarterfinals
Schedule:
July 12
Chicago (MLS) vs. New York (MLS)
Sporting KC (MLS) vs. Richmond (MLS)
FC Dallas (MLS) vs. Real Salt Lake (MLS)
Seattle (MLS) vs. Los Angeles (MLS)



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