2015 USL season

The 2015 USL season was the fifth season of the United Soccer League (USL) and the first under its new name (previously the league was called USL Pro). This season represented a substantial expansion from 14 teams in 2014 to 24 teams in 2015, and the division of the league into two conferences. It is also the 29th season of third-division soccer in the United States.

United Soccer League
Season2015
ChampionsRochester Rhinos
Regular Season TitleRochester Rhinos
Matches played336
Goals scored958 (2.85 per match)
Top goalscorerMatt Fondy (22)
Biggest home winCSS 5–0 AZU
(May 23)
CSS 5–0 OCB
(Jun 24)
Biggest away winMON 0–5 HAR
(Sep 16)
Highest scoringPIT 6–5 HAR
(May 30)
(USL Record)
Longest winning run6 games
Colorado Springs Switchbacks
(Jun 6 – Jul 3)
Louisville City FC
(Jun 27 – Aug 1)
Longest unbeaten run19 games
Rochester Rhinos
(Mar 28 – Jul 26)
Longest losing run5 games
FC Montreal
(Mar 28 – May 2)
Arizona United
(Jul 12 – Aug 2)
Highest attendance13,979
RMO 2-1 SEA
(Aug 28)
Lowest attendance50
TOR 1–0 WIL
(Jun 27)
Total attendance1,121,962
(333 of 336 games reported)
Average attendance3,369 [1]
2014
2016
All statistics correct as of September 24, 2015.

Seven Major League Soccer clubs created reserve franchises in the USL for the 2015 season, following the lead of the LA Galaxy, who had done so in 2014: FC Montreal, New York Red Bulls II, Portland Timbers 2, Real Monarchs, Seattle Sounders FC 2, Toronto FC II, and Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2.

In 2015, the Austin Aztex, Colorado Springs Switchbacks, Saint Louis FC and Tulsa Roughnecks joined the league as expansion sides. The Charlotte Eagles and Dayton Dutch Lions, both original founding members of the USL, removed themselves to the Premier Development League. The Eagles transferred their USL rights to the new Charlotte Independence club. After joining MLS, Orlando City sold their USL franchise rights to Louisville City.

Teams, stadiums, and affiliations

Team Location Stadium Capacity Manager Captain Kit Sponsor MLS Affiliate
Arizona United SC Scottsdale, Arizona Scottsdale Stadium 12,880 Michael Dellorusso Carl Woszczynski Dignity Health AZ FC Dallas
Austin Aztex Austin, Texas House Park 6,000 Paul Dalglish Kyle Hoffer None
Charleston Battery Charleston, South Carolina MUSC Health Stadium 5,100 Michael Anhaeuser Jarad vanSchaik SPARC/Teamphoria! Houston Dynamo
Charlotte Independence Charlotte, North Carolina Ramblewood Soccer Complex 4,300 Mike Jeffries Jorge Herrera OrthoCarolina Colorado Rapids
Colorado Springs Switchbacks Colorado Springs, Colorado Sand Creek Stadium 3,500 Steve Trittschuh Luke Vercollone Penrose-St. Francis Health Services
Harrisburg City Islanders Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Skyline Sports Complex 5,000 Bill Becher Jason Pelletier
Nick Noble
Capital Blue Cross Philadelphia Union
LA Galaxy II Carson, California StubHub Center Track and Field Stadium 2,000 Curt Onalfo Daniel Steres Herbalife LA Galaxy
Louisville City FC Louisville, Kentucky Louisville Slugger Field 13,131 James O'Connor Matt Fondy Humana Orlando City SC
FC Montreal Montreal Saputo Stadium training field 1,000 Philippe Eullaffroy Nazim Belguendouz Bank of Montreal Montreal Impact
New York Red Bulls II Harrison, New Jersey Red Bull Arena 20,000 John Wolyniec Karl Ouimette Red Bull New York Red Bulls
Oklahoma City Energy FC Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Taft Stadium 7,500 Jimmy Nielsen Michael Thomas First Fidelity Bank Sporting Kansas City
Orange County Blues FC Irvine, California Anteater Stadium 2,500 Oliver Wyss Didier Crettenand Sports 1 Marketing
Pittsburgh Riverhounds Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Highmark Stadium 3,500 Mark Steffens Danny Earls Allegheny Health Network
Portland Timbers 2 Portland, Oregon Merlo Field 4,892 Jay Vidovich Blair Gavin Stand Together (Portland Timbers/Thorns Community Outreach) Portland Timbers
Real Monarchs Sandy, Utah Rio Tinto Stadium 20,213 Freddy Juarez Lucas Baldin LifeVantage Real Salt Lake
Richmond Kickers Richmond, Virginia City Stadium 22,000 Leigh Cowlishaw Woodfin Home Comfort Systems D.C. United
Rochester Rhinos Rochester, New York Sahlen's Stadium 13,768 Bob Lilley Tony Walls Bimbo Bakeries USA New England Revolution
Saint Louis FC Fenton, Missouri Soccer Park 5,500 Dale Schilly James Musa Electrical Connection, NECA/IBEW Local 1 Chicago Fire
Sacramento Republic FC Sacramento, California Bonney Field 11,442 Paul Buckle Justin Braun UC Davis Children's Hospital San Jose Earthquakes
Seattle Sounders FC 2 Tukwila, Washington Starfire Sports Complex 4,500 Ezra Hendrickson Amadou Sanyang Xbox Seattle Sounders
Toronto FC II Vaughan, Ontario Ontario Soccer Centre 3,500 Jason Bent Chris Mannella Bank of Montreal Toronto FC
Tulsa Roughnecks Tulsa, Oklahoma ONEOK Field 7,833 David Irving Zac Lubin Modelo Especial
Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2 Vancouver, British Columbia Thunderbird Stadium 3,500 Alan Koch Tyler Rosenlund Bell Canada Vancouver Whitecaps
Wilmington Hammerheads Wilmington, North Carolina Legion Stadium 6,000 Carson Porter Brian Ackley New Hanover Regional Medical Center New York City FC
  Affiliate
  Partnership

There are eight USL teams owned and operated by MLS clubs and 11 USL-MLS affiliations among the 24 USL clubs.

Player transfers

For full article, see List of USL transfers 2015.

Competition format

Due to expansion, the league was divided into two conferences, Eastern and Western. Each team plays the clubs within their conferences in a home and away series plus six additional games with geographic rivals regardless of conference for a 28-game schedule. The top six finishers in each conference qualify for the four-week playoffs.[2]

League table

Eastern Conference
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Rochester Rhinos (C, X) 28 17 10 1 40 15 +25 61 Conference Semi-finals
2 Louisville City FC 28 14 6 8 55 34 +21 48
3 Charleston Battery 28 12 10 6 43 28 +15 46 First round
4 New York Red Bulls II 28 12 6 10 46 45 +1 42
5 Pittsburgh Riverhounds 28 11 8 9 53 42 +11 41
6 Richmond Kickers 28 10 11 7 41 35 +6 41
7 Charlotte Independence 28 10 10 8 38 35 +3 40
8 Harrisburg City Islanders 28 11 6 11 49 53 4 39
9 Saint Louis FC 28 8 9 11 30 40 10 33
10 FC Montreal 28 8 4 16 32 46 14 28
11 Toronto FC II 28 6 5 17 26 52 26 23
12 Wilmington Hammerheads 28 3 10 15 22 42 20 19
Source: 2015 USL schedule
Rules for classification: 1) head-to-head; 2) total wins; 3) total goal differential; 4) total goals scored; 5) disciplinary points; 6) away goals scored; 7) away goal differential; 8) home goals scored; 9) home goal differential; 10) coin toss or drawing of lots
(C) Champion; (X) Regular Season League Champion.
Western Conference
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Orange County Blues 28 14 5 9 38 34 +4 47 Conference Semi-finals
2 Oklahoma City Energy 28 13 8 7 44 36 +8 47
3 Colorado Springs Switchbacks 28 14 4 10 53 35 +18 46 First round
4 Sacramento Republic 28 13 7 8 43 31 +12 46
5 LA Galaxy II 28 14 3 11 39 31 +8 45
6 Seattle Sounders 2 28 13 3 12 45 42 +3 42
7 Tulsa Roughnecks 28 11 6 11 49 46 +3 39
8 Portland Timbers 2 28 11 2 15 38 45 7 35
9 Austin Aztex 28 10 3 15 32 41 9 33
10 Arizona United 28 10 2 16 31 55 24 32
11 Vancouver Whitecaps 2 28 8 6 14 39 53 14 30
12 Real Monarchs 28 7 8 13 32 42 10 29
Source: 2015 USL schedule
Rules for classification: 1) head-to-head; 2) total wins; 3) total goal differential; 4) total goals scored; 5) disciplinary points; 6) away goals scored; 7) away goal differential; 8) home goals scored; 9) home goal differential; 10) coin toss or drawing of lots

Results table


Abbreviation and Color Key:
Arizona United SC – AZU • Austin Aztex – AUS • Charleston Battery – CHB • Charlotte Independence – CLT • Colorado Springs Switchbacks – CSS • Harrisburg City Islanders – HAR
LA Galaxy II – LAG • Louisville City FC – LOU • FC Montreal – MON • New York Red Bulls II – NYR • Oklahoma City Energy FC – OKC • Orange County Blues FC – OCB
Pittsburgh Riverhounds – PIT • Portland Timbers 2 – POR • Real Monarchs – RMO • Richmond Kickers – RIC • Rochester Rhinos – ROC • Sacramento Republic FC – SAC • Saint Louis FC – STL
Seattle Sounders FC 2 – SEA • Toronto FC II – TOR • Tulsa Roughnecks – TUL • Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2 – VAN • Wilmington Hammerheads – WIL

Home   Away   Win   Loss   Draw

ClubMatch
12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728
Arizona United SCOCBLAGAUSOCBPORCSSTULAUSCSSVANSACSEARMOPOROCBSEAAUSAUSOKCTULLAGOCBVANLAGRMORMOOKCSAC
2–12–11–00–30–22–31–13–20–50–21–22–12–11–32–00–41–40–10–33–62–10–32–02–12–30–10–10–0
Austin AztexCSSVANTULAZULAGCSSOKCRMOAZUTULOKCSACPORTULSACCSSRMOAZUAZUPOROCBLAGOCBOKCSEACSSSEAVAN
2–00–32–00–11–21–02–23–22–30–10–11–01–31–10–00–21–34–11–00–10–12–31–00–22–10–32–33–2
Charleston BatteryTORCLTHARNYRWILRICPITMONNYRCLTWILWILRICCLTHARROCHARWILTORROCMONSTLSTLLOURICPITLOUCLT
3–23–22–01–12–12–23–10–11–11–11–01–11–11–24–10–04–01–00–10–10–01–12–31–32–01–12–03–1
Charlotte IndependenceCHBWILRICHARLOURICHARCHBRICPITCHBRICSTLLOUROCMONROCNYRNYRPITPITMONTORWILWILTORSTLCHB
2–31–10–31–11–03–00–21–11–22–12–10–01–20–10–02–04–22–21–11–12–11–02–21–02–24–10–21–3
Colorado Springs SwitchbacksAUSOKCRMORMOAUSAZUOCBAZULAGVANPORRMOSTLOCBAUSTULVANSEALAGTULSACSACSEARMOPORAUSOKCLAG
0–21–21–05–20–13–21–35–01–23–03–12–11–05–02–01–32–21–12–00–11–03–32–31–21–03–03–30–1
Harrisburg City IslandersPITCHBMONCLTWILNYRCLTPITTORSTLROCCHBWILCHBNYRNYRPITRICRICLOUTORROCMONLOUSTLRICMONPIT
2–50–22–11–14–02–12–05–60–01–11–11–41–00–42–00–24–32–43–21–52–00–46–00–40–01–15–01–2
LA Galaxy IIRMOSACAZUSACAUSRMOVANTULSACCSSOCBSEAVANOCBTULOKCSACOCBPORCSSOKCAZUAUSSEAAZUOCBPORCSS
0–02–31–21–32–11–02–12–00–12–12–10–12–03–04–21–14–01–11–00–20–21–23–21–01–21–20–11–0
Louisville City FCSTLRICROCPITTULCLTWILTORSTLSTLMONROCNYROKCRICCLTPITWILTORMONHARTULCHBPITHARNYRCHBSTL
2–01–11–11–12–00–13–04–03–31–12–00–20–26–23–01–02–13–13–20–45–12–23–10–14–02–30–21–2
FC MontrealTORROCHARRICROCCHBNYRROCNYRLOURICPITWILROCPITSTLTORCLTCHBLOUSTLTORWILCLTHARTORNYRHAR
0–20–31–20–11–21–02–30–12–20–20–00–11–21–24–25–21–00–20–04–03–12–10–00–10–62–32–00–5
New York Red Bulls IIROCTORWILCHBRICROCPITHARCHBMONRICMONWILLOUSTLPITHARHARRICSTLCLTWILCLTTORWILLOUMONROC
0–04–10–31–10–10–23–21–21–13–22–42–21–02–04–10–30–22–04–32–12–22–41–12–02–03–20–22–3
Oklahoma City Energy FCTULCSSSEASTLAUSSEAVANSACAUSPORVANTULSACLOUOCBLAGOCBTULSTLAZULAGPORRMOAUSRMOTULCSSAZU
1–12–12–11–22–21–32–22–11–02–02–02–01–22–60–11–12–21–10–03–02–04–31–02–00–21–23–31–0
Orange County Blues FCAZUVANAZUSACSEAPORCSSTULSEALAGLAGCSSVANOKCAZUTULOKCLAGRMORMOAUSAZUAUSPORLAGSEAVANSAC
1–22–03–02–11–22–03–10–11–11–20–30–53–21–00–21–42–21–11–02–11–03–00–13–12–11–01–10–0
Pittsburgh RiverhoundsHARROCSTLLOUTORNYRCHBRICRICHARSTLCLTMONROCNYRTORMONLOUHARWILTORCLTCLTLOUCHBWILROCHAR
5–21–21–11–15–12–31–31–12–16–51–11–21–00–13–02–02–41–23–43–03–11–11–21–01–11–11–12–1
Portland Timbers 2RMOSACRMOSEASACAZUOCBRMOSEATULOKCCSSAUSVANSEAAZUVANVANSEALAGAUSOKCVANTULOCBCSSSACLAG
3–12–11–11–20–32–00–21–10–23–10–21–33–12–30–23–11–24–20–20–11–03–43–12–01–30–10–31–0
Real MonarchsLAGPORPORCSSCSSLAGSACAUSPORVANSACVANCSSSEAAZUSACAUSOCBOCBTULTULOKCSACCSSSEAOKCAZUAZU
0–01–31–10–12–50–11–02–31–11–21–12–21–20–11–21–13–10–11–21–11–50–11–12–12–12–03–21–0
Richmond KickersWILLOUWILCLTNYRMONCHBCLTPITPITNYRCLTCHBMONWILCLTLOUSTLNYRHARHARROCTORSTLCHBROCHARTOR
2–21–13–03–01–01–02–20–31–11–24–22–11–10–00–00–00–33–13–44–22–31–11–22–00–20–01–12–1
Rochester RhinosNYRPITMONLOUSTLNYRMONTORWILTORMONLOUHARPITCHBMONTORCLTCHBCLTRICWILHARSTLRICPITNYRTOR
0–02–13–01–11–02–02–11–01–10–01–02–01–11–00–02–12–00–01–02–41–12–14–02–00–01–13–22–0
Sacramento Republic FCSEALAGPORLAGVANPOROCBRMOSEALAGOKCRMOAUSAZUOKCTULAUSRMOLAGSEACSSCSSRMOTULVANPORAZUOCB
2–43–21–23–12–03–01–20–13–01–01–21–10–12–12–13–10–01–10–42–00–13–31–13–12–13–10–00–0
Saint Louis FCLOUTULPITROCOKCWILTORLOULOUPITHARCSSNYRWILCLTRICMONTOROKCNYRMONCHBCHBRICROCHARCLTLOU
0–22–01–10–12–11–01–23–31–11–11–10–11–40–02–11–32–51–00–01–21–31–13–20–20–20–02–02–1
Seattle Sounders 2SACVANPORTULOKCVANOCBSACOKCPOROCBTULLAGAZURMOPORVANAZUCSSPORSACVANCSSLAGRMOAUSOCBAUS
4–24–02–13–41–31–12–10–33–12–01–11–51–01–21–02–01–34–01–12–00–20–33–20–11–21–20–13–2
Toronto FC IICHBMONNYRVANPITROCSTLLOUROCHARWILPITROCSTLMONCHBLOUPITMONRICHARNYRCLTMONCLTRICWILROC
2–32–01–41–11–50–12–10–40–00–01–00–20–20–10–11–02–31–31–22–10–20–22–23–21–41–22–20–2
Tulsa Roughnecks FCOKCSTLAUSSEALOUAZULAGOCBAUSPORSEAOKCAUSSACLAGOCBCSSOKCVANVANAZUCSSRMORMOLOUPORSACOKC
1–10–20–24–30–21–10–21–01–01–35–10–21–11–32–44–13–11–14–01–36–31–01–15–12–20–21–32–1
Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2SEAAUSOCBSACTORSEALAGOKCRMOAZURMOCSSOKCLAGPOROCBSEAPORCSSPORTULTULSEAPORAZUSACOCBAUS
0–43–00–20–21–11–11–22–22–12–02–20–30–20–23–22–33–12–12–22–40–43–13–01–30–21–21–12–3
Wilmington HammerheadsRICCLTRICNYRCHBHARSTLLOUROCCHBCHBNYRRICMONTORSTLHARCHBLOUPITNYRROCMONNYRCLTCLTPITTOR
2–21–10–33–01–20–40–10–31–10–11–10–10–02–10–10–00–10–11–30–34–21–20–00–20–12–21–12–2

USL published schedule and results.[3][4]

Playoffs

Teams will be seeded No. 1 through No. 6 in each conference, with the top two seeds receiving first-round byes and the No. 3 seed hosting the No. 6 seed and the No. 4 seed hosting the No. 5 seed.

The winner of the No. 3 vs. No. 6 game will then travel to face the No. 2 seed, and the winner of the No. 4 vs. No. 5 game will travel to face the No. 1 seed. The winners will meet in the Eastern and Western Conference Championship games with the remaining two teams advancing to square off in the 2015 USL Championship, hosted by the higher seeded club.[2][5]

 
First RoundConference Semi-FinalsConference FinalsUSL Championship
 
              
 
 
 
 
October 3
 
 
#1 Rochester Rhinos2
 
September 26
 
#4 New York Red Bulls II0
 
#4 New York Red Bulls II (a.e.t.)4
 
October 10
 
#5 Pittsburgh Riverhounds2
 
#1 Rochester Rhinos1
 
September 26
 
#2 Louisville City FC0
 
#3 Charleston Battery (a.e.t.)2
 
October 3
 
#6 Richmond Kickers1
 
#2 Louisville City FC (a.e.t.)2
 
 
#3 Charleston Battery0
 
 
October 16
 
 
#1 Rochester Rhinos (a.e.t.)2
 
 
#5 LA Galaxy II1
 
 
October 3
 
 
#1 Orange County Blues FC0
 
September 26
 
#5 LA Galaxy II2
 
#4 Sacramento Republic FC0
 
October 11
 
#5 LA Galaxy II1
 
#5 LA Galaxy II2
 
September 25
 
#2 Oklahoma City Energy FC1
 
#3 Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC2
 
October 4
 
#6 Seattle Sounders FC 20
 
#2 Oklahoma City Energy FC (pen.)2 (4)
 
 
#3 Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC2 (3)
 
 
 
 

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

USL Championship

Championship Game MVP: Asani Samuels (ROC)

Attendance

Average home attendances

Ranked from highest to lowest average attendance.

Team GP Total High Low Average
Sacramento Republic FC14158,51611,44210,90611,323
Louisville City FC1494,7078,4144,7726,765
Rochester Rhinos1477,9766,9224,2515,570
Saint Louis FC1468,3885,6624,0044,885
Tulsa Roughnecks FC1465,9998,3353,1894,714
Real Monarchs1465,77013,9791,0014,698
Oklahoma City Energy FC1464,8956,8473,1334,635
Charleston Battery1457,1135,6383,0264,080
Richmond Kickers1452,4525,9571,6323,747
Arizona United SC1446,2546,1081,8843,304
Austin Aztex1445,1715,1461,4393,227
Portland Timbers 21443,7025,8921,7343,122
Wilmington Hammerheads1441,4334,2651,7892,960
Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC1438,1213,8232,0122,723
Pittsburgh Riverhounds1436,8174,2979952,630
Harrisburg City Islanders1333,6734,7411,6522,590
Seattle Sounders FC 21431,1002,9511,7892,221
Charlotte Independence1425,2052,2411,2711,800
Vancouver Whitecaps FC 21423,5453,2081,1061,682
Orange County Blues FC1419,5733,0006741,398
LA Galaxy II1312,6021,817507969
New York Red Bulls II148,3341,028191595
Toronto FC II136,23398650479
FC Montreal144,3831,301112313
Total3331,121,96213,979503,369

1 game not reported

  • Updated to games played on September 24, 2015

Sources: United Soccer League, Timbers

Statistical leaders

Top Goalkeepers

(Minimum of 33% of Team Minutes Played)

Rank Goalkeeper Club GP MINS SVS GA GAA W-L-T SHO
1 Brandon Miller Rochester Rhinos 21 1845 46 11 0.537 13–1–7 13
2 Odisnel Cooper Charleston Battery 19 1710 50 18 0.947 10–2–7 6
3 Clément Diop LA Galaxy II 24 2160 70 27 1.125 11–9–3 8
4 Calle Brown Pittsburgh Riverhounds 14 1266 34 16 1.135 5–4–4 5
5 Devin Perales Austin Aztex 16 1393 49 18 1.161 5–8–1 5
6 Scott Goodwin Louisville City FC 27 2430 87 32 1.185 14–7–6 8
7 Devala Gorrick Colorado Springs Switchbacks 21 1890 61 25 1.190 12–7–2 9
8 Evan Newton Oklahoma City Energy 27 2430 89 33 1.222 13–6–8 10
9 Pepe Miranda Orange County Blues FC 25 2250 86 31 1.240 12–8–4 8
10 Alec Kann Saint Louis FC 19 1665 74 23 1.243 5–7–7 6

Source:[1]

League Awards

Individual Awards

All-League Teams

First Team

F: Matt Fondy (LOU), Danni König (OKC), Long Tan (AZU)
M: Luke Vercollone (COL), Rob Vincent (PIT), Tony Walls (ROC)
D: Bryan Burke (LOU), Shawn Ferguson (CHB), Daniel Steres (LAG), Grant Van De Casteele (ROC)
G: Brandon Miller (ROC)

Second Team

F: Kharlton Belmar (POR), Dane Kelly (CHB), Jason Yeisley (RIC)
M: Gareth Evans (OKC), Kevin Kerr (PIT), Rodrigo Lopez (SAC)
D: Mickey Daly (SAC), Brenton Griffiths (OCB), Mechack Jerome (CHA), Nemanja Vukovic (SAC)
G: Odisnel Cooper (CHB)

[11]

Week USL Player of the Week
Player Club Position Reason
Week 01 Pablo Rossi Seattle Sounders 2 Midfielder 1G 1A
Week 02 Darwin Jones Seattle Sounders 2 Forward Hat Trick vs. Whitecaps 2
Week 03 Danni König Oklahoma City Energy Forward 2G; winning goal in added time
Week 04 Jason Yeisley Richmond Kickers Forward 2G
Week 05 Rodrigo López Sacramento Republic Midfielder 3G
Week 06 Kharlton Belmar Portland Timbers 2 Forward 2G
Week 07 John Berner Charlotte Independence Goalkeeper 6 Save SO
Week 08 Marlon Hairston Charlotte Independence Defender 1G 1A
Week 09 Long Tan Arizona United SC Forward 2G
Week 10 Matt Fondy Louisville City FC Forward 2G
Week 11 Rob Vincent Pittsburgh Riverhounds Midfielder 2G
Week 12 Kyle Greig Oklahoma City Energy Forward 2G
Week 13 Danni König Oklahoma City Energy Forward 3G in two games
Week 14 Dan Metzger New York Red Bulls II Midfielder Outstanding Performance
Week 15 Matt Fondy Louisville City FC Forward Hat Trick vs. Oklahoma City
Week 16 Victor Blasco Vancouver Whitecaps 2 Midfielder 2G
Week 17 Jake Feener Tulsa Roughnecks Goalkeeper 18 saves two games
Week 18 Charles Joly FC Montreal Forward Hat Trick vs. St. Louis
Week 19 Jason Plumhoff Harrisburg City Islanders Midfielder GWG vs. Pittsburgh
Week 20 Rob Vincent Pittsburgh Riverhounds Midfielder Hat Trick vs. Wilmington
Week 21 Danni König Oklahoma City Energy Forward Hat Trick vs. Timbers 2
Week 22 Matt Fondy Louisville City FC Forward 4G vs. Harrisburg
Week 23 Myron Samuel Seattle Sounders 2 Forward 2G 1A
Week 24 Chris Cortez Orange County Blues Forward 2G
Week 25 Matt Fondy Louisville City FC Forward Breaks League Record for Goals in a Season
Week 26 Shawn Ferguson Charleston Battery Defender Outstanding Defensive Effort
Week 27 Lebogang Moloto Pittsburgh Riverhounds Midfielder 2G

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