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August 20th, 2012 1:25AM
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[SCOREBOARD] The San Antonio Scorpions became the first NASL team to clinch a spot in the playoffs with a 4-0 win over the Tampa Bay Rowdies that extended their lead at the top to seven points. Pablo Campos, the NASL's top goalscorer, scored twice to give him 18 goals. His attempt at a hat trick was thwarted when Tampa Bay keeper Jeff Attinella stopped the Brazilian's second penalty kick of the game. The Puerto Rico Islanders drew 7,192 fans for their 0-0 tie with Fort Lauderdale, their first game since returning to renovated Juan Ramon Loubriel Stadium. For all the weekend action ...

Results:
Aug. 19
San Antonio 4 Tampa Bay
0
SA: Walter Ramirez (Josue Soto) 8
SA: Pablo Campos (Kevin Harmse) 17
SA: Pablo Campos 28
SA: Esteban Bayona (Hans Denissen) 90
Att.: 7,024.
Aug. 18
Carolina 3 FC Edmonton 2

EDM: Paul Craig 9
CAR: Nick Zimmerman 30
EDM: Kyle Porter 72
CAR: Zack Schilawski (Mike Palacio) 79
CAR: Ty Shipalane (Mike Palacio) 90
Att.: 3,688.
Atlanta 0 Minnesota 0
Att.: 3,911.
Puerto Rico 0 Fort Lauderdale 0
Att.: 7,192.

Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
42 San Antonio 12-4-6 40/18
35 Tampa Bay 10-7-5 29/28
35 Puerto Rico 10-7-5 27/21
31 Ft. Lauderdale 8-8-7 35/38
28 Minnesota 7-8-7 26/27
28 Carolina 7-7-7 35/40
21 FC Edmonton 5-11-6 20/25
19 Atlanta 4-11-7 27/42

Aug. 25
Atlanta vs. Carolina
Fort Lauderdale vs. San Antonio
Tampa Bay vs. Puerto Rico
Minnesota vs. FC Edmonton
Sept. 1
Fort Lauderdale vs. Tampa Bay
Puerto Rico vs. Carolina
Minnesota vs. San Antonio
Sept. 2
FC Edmonton vs. Atlanta

Coverage:
Streaming NASL.com
Updates Twitter



USL PRO this weekend ...

[SCOREBOARD] The Wilmington Hammerheads and Harrisburg City Islanders claimed the last two spots in the USL PRO the playoffs with wins on Sunday. In a contest that weather forced to be rescheduled from Friday night, Wilmington beat the Eagles, 2-1, on goals by Corey Hertzog and Steven Perry. Charlotte was then knocked out of the playoffs as Harrisburg won, 1-0, at the Los Angeles Blues on substitute Yann Ekra's goal in the 66th minute. The Rochester Rhinos claimed second place and a bye in the quarterfinals when the Richmond Kickers fell, 2-0, at Antigua Barracuda FC. For the final regular-season standings and playoff schedule ...
 
Schedule:
Quarterfinals
Aug. 25
Richmond vs. Wilmington, 7 p.m. ET
Charleston vs. Harrisburg, 7:30 p.m. ET, USLNation
 
Semifinals
Aug. 31
Orlando City vs. lower remaining seed,  7:30 p.m. ET, USLNation
Rochester vs. higher remaining seed, 7:35 p.m. ET, USLNation

Results:
Aug. 19
Charlotte 1 Wilmington 2
WIL: Corey Hertzog 29
CHE: Darren Toby 58
WIL: Steven Perry 77
Barracuda FC 2 Richmond 0
Att.: 381.
Los Angeles 0 Harrisburg 1

Aug. 18
Rochester 1 Pittsburgh 0
ROC: Andrew Hoxie (Tyler Rosenlund) 87
Att.: 7,101.
Charleston 0 Dayton 0
Att.: 4,599.
Wilmington 0 Charlotte 1
CHA: Devon Grousis (Chris Salvaggione)  47
Att.: 5,382.

Aug. 17
Barracuda FC 0 Richmond 1
RIC: David Bulow (Sascha Goerres) 61
Att.: 400
Orlando City 1 Dayton 1
Los Angeles 2 Harrisburg 2
LA: Maykel Galindo (Carlos Borja) 16
HAR: Bilal Duckett 26
HAR: Lucky Mkosana (Tom Brandt) 33
LA: Matthew Fondy (Israel Sesay) 84

Final Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
57 Orlando City 17-1-6 50/18
41 Rochester 12-7-5 27/23
38 Charleston 12-10-2 36/26
38 Richmond 11-8-5 30/27
37 Wilmington 10-7-7 34/32
37 Harrisburg 10-7-7 34/29
36 Charlotte 11-10-3 34/26
29 Los Angeles 9-12-3 26/29
22 Dayton 4-10-10 20/29
17 Pittsburgh 4-15-5 20/39
16 Barracuda FC 5-18-1 16/49

Leading Scorers:
11 Dennis Chin, Orlando City
10 Nikki Paterson, Charleston
9 Corey Hertzog, Wilmington
9 Matthew Luzunaris, Orlando City
8 Andriy Budnyy, Wilmington

Coverage:
Streaming USL Live
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