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May 3rd, 2012 7:08PM

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[DATEBOOK] The Tampa Bay Rowdies can leapfrog the Puerto Rico Islanders and Ft. Lauderdale Strikers and take over first place in the NASL with a win at the San Antonio Scorpions on Saturday. Led by Chilean Reinaldo Navia, voted Player of the Month, the Atlanta Silverbacks lead the NASL in scoring with 10 goals in four games, but they will be looking for their first win after four ties when they travel to Minnesota. For all the action ...

Results
May 2

Carolina 3 Fort Lauderdale 3.
CAR: Brian Shriver (unassisted) 41
CAR: Nick Zimmerman (Brian Shriver) 47
FTL: Lance Laing (unassisted) 61
CAR: Nick Zimmerman (unassisted) 65
FTL: Walter Restrepo (Darnell King) 67
FTL: Mark Anderson (Walter Restrepo) 77

Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
10 Puerto Rico 3-1-1 10/4
9 Ft. Lauderdale 2-1-3 10/10
8 Tampa Bay 2-1-2 6/4
6 Minnesota 1-0-3 7/6
5 San Antonio 1-1-2 3/6
4 Atlanta 0-0-4 8/8
4 Carolina 0-2-4 9/12
1 FC Edmonton 0-3-1 3/6

Schedule:
May 5
Minnesota vs. Atlanta
San Antonio vs. Tampa Bay
May 6
FC Edmonton vs. Carolina
May 12
Atlanta vs. FC Edmonton
Puerto Rico vs. Fort Lauderdale
Tampa Bay vs. San Antonio
Minnesota vs. Carolina



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