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Michigan and Kitsap win conference finals on road
July 27th, 2014 2:18AM
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[PDL] The Michigan Bucks and Kitsap Pumas, both former champions, became the first teams to advance to the PDL semifinals with wins on the road against conference hosts Des Moines Menace and FC Tucson, respectively, on Saturday.

The defending champion Austin Aztex, which will move to USL PRO in 2015, won its Central Conference semifinal with a 3-1 win over the SW Florida Adrenaline before a record 4,754 fans at House Park.

PDL Playoffs:
Eastern Conference
Division Playoff
July 22 in West Lawn, Pa.
Reading United AC 0 CFC Azul 3
Semifinals
July 26 in Newark, N.J.
Jersey Express 2 CFC Azul 0
West Virginia Chaos 2 Seacoast United Phantoms 0
Final
July 27 in Newark, N.J.
Jersey Express vs. West Virginia Chaos

Central Conference
Semifinals
July 25 in Des Moines, Iowa
Michigan Bucks 3 St. Louis Lions 1
Des Moines Menace 0 K-W United 0
(Des Moines Menace wins on penalty kicks.)
Final
July 26 in Des Moines, Iowa
Des Moines Menace 0 Michigan Bucks 2

Southern Conference
Semifinals
July 26 in Austin, Texas

Ocala Stampede 1 Laredo Heat 1
Austin Aztex 3 SW Florida Adrenaline 1
Final
July 27 in Austin, Texas

Ocala Stampede 1 Laredo Heat 1
Austin Aztex 3 SW Florida Adrenaline 1
 
Western Conference
Semifinals
July 25 in Tucson, Ariz.

Kitsap Pumas 3 Ventura County Fusion 3
FC Tucson 1 Vancouver Whitecaps FC U-23 0
Final
July 26 in Tucson, Ariz.
FC Tucson 0 Kitsap Pumas 3


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