2017 USL season

The 2017 USL season was the seventh season of the United Soccer League. The league was granted provisional Division II status by the USSF.[1] It is organized by the United Soccer League.

United Soccer League
Season2017
ChampionsLouisville City FC
Regular Season TitleReal Monarchs SLC
Matches played480
Goals scored1,313 (2.74 per match)
Top goalscorerDane Kelly (18)
Biggest home winRNO 9–0 LAG
(July 3)
(USL Record)
Biggest away winPOR 0–4 SAN
(April 28)
PHX 0–4 RNO
(May 6)
BST 0–4 CLT
(July 29)
OCO 0–4 COS
(August 8)
VAN 0–4 PHX
(September 24)
CHS 0–4 NYR
(October 21 – postseason)
Highest scoringORL 5–6 NYR
(October 7)
(Ties USL Record)
Longest winning run9 games
Real Monarchs SLC
(April 22 – June 19)
(USL Record)
Longest unbeaten run14 games
San Antonio FC
(March 26 – June 17)
Longest losing run6 games
Portland Timbers 2
(May 24 – June 24)
Highest attendance30,417
CIN 4–2 NYR
(September 16)
(USL record)
Lowest attendance143
TOR 0–1 ROC
(September 2)
Total attendance2,065,006
Average attendance4,302
2016
2018
All statistics correct as of October 15, 2017.

New York Red Bulls II are the defending champions of both the USL Cup and Regular Season.

Changes from 2016

Expansion
Joined from NASL
Rebrand
Folded

Rule changes

Teams are now permitted only three substitutions a match. Previously, teams were allowed five substitutions a match.

Teams

Team Location Stadium Capacity Manager MLS Affiliate/Partnership
Bethlehem Steel FC Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Goodman Stadium 16,000 Brendan Burke Philadelphia Union
Charleston Battery Charleston, South Carolina MUSC Health Stadium 5,100 Michael Anhaeuser Atlanta United FC
Charlotte Independence Matthews, North Carolina Sportsplex at Matthews 2,300 Mike Jeffries Colorado Rapids
Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC Colorado Springs, Colorado Weidner Field 5,000 Steve Trittschuh
FC Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio Nippert Stadium 35,061 Alan Koch
Harrisburg City Islanders Harrisburg, Pennsylvania FNB Field 6,187 Bill Becher
LA Galaxy II Carson, California StubHub Center Track and Field Stadium 2,000 Mike Muñoz LA Galaxy
Louisville City FC Louisville, Kentucky Louisville Slugger Field 13,131 James O'Connor
New York Red Bulls II Montclair, New Jersey MSU Soccer Park at Pittser Field 3,000 John Wolyniec New York Red Bulls
OKC Energy FC Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Taft Stadium 7,500 Jimmy Nielsen FC Dallas
Orange County SC Irvine, California Champion Stadium 5,000 Logan Pause Los Angeles FC
Orlando City B Orlando, Florida Orlando City Stadium 3,500 Anthony Pulis Orlando City SC
Ottawa Fury FC Ottawa, Ontario TD Place Stadium 24,000 Julian de Guzman (Interim) Montreal Impact
Phoenix Rising FC Scottsdale, Arizona Phoenix Rising FC Soccer Complex 6,200 Patrice Carteron
Pittsburgh Riverhounds Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Highmark Stadium 3,500 Dave Brandt Columbus Crew SC
Portland Timbers 2 Portland, Oregon Providence Park 21,144 Andrew Gregor Portland Timbers
Real Monarchs SLC Sandy, Utah Rio Tinto Stadium 20,213 Mark Briggs Real Salt Lake
Reno 1868 FC Reno, Nevada Greater Nevada Field 9,013 Ian Russell San Jose Earthquakes
Richmond Kickers Richmond, Virginia City Stadium 22,000 Leigh Cowlishaw D.C. United
Rio Grande Valley FC Toros Edinburg, Texas H-E-B Park 9,400 Junior Gonzalez Houston Dynamo
Rochester Rhinos Rochester, New York Capelli Sport Stadium 13,768 Bob Lilley New England Revolution
Sacramento Republic FC Sacramento, California Papa Murphy's Park 11,569 Paul Buckle
Saint Louis FC Fenton, Missouri Toyota Stadium 5,500 Preki
San Antonio FC San Antonio, Texas Toyota Field 8,296 Darren Powell New York City FC
Seattle Sounders FC 2 Tukwila, Washington Starfire Sports Complex 4,500 Ezra Hendrickson Seattle Sounders
Swope Park Rangers Kansas City, Missouri Swope Soccer Village 3,557 Nikola Popovic Sporting Kansas City
Tampa Bay Rowdies St. Peterburg, Florida Al Lang Stadium 7,227 Stuart Campbell
Toronto FC II Vaughan, Ontario Ontario Soccer Centre 2,000 Jason Bent Toronto FC
Tulsa Roughnecks FC Tulsa, Oklahoma ONEOK Field 7,833 David Vaudreuil Chicago Fire
Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2 Vancouver, British Columbia Thunderbird Stadium 3,500 Rich Fagan Vancouver Whitecaps FC

† Capacity for venue is 25,500; Team moved from Melbourne, Florida to Orlando in April 2017 to allow direct player transfers with MLS parent club Orlando City SC.

  Affiliate
  Partnership

Other venues

Competition Format

The season started on March 25 and ended October 15. The top eight finishers in each conference qualified for the playoffs.[8]

Managerial changes

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Incoming manager Date of appointment
Real Monarchs Mike Petke[9] Promoted March 29, 2017 Mark Briggs March 30, 2017[10]
Phoenix Rising FC Frank Yallop Resigned April 24, 2017 Rick Schantz (Interim) April 24, 2017[11]
Phoenix Rising FC Rick Schantz (Interim) End of interim period May 22, 2017 Patrice Carteron May 22, 2017[12]
Ottawa Fury Paul Dalglish Resigned August 15, 2017 Julian de Guzman (Interim) August 15, 2017[13]

League table

Eastern Conference
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Louisville City FC (C) 32 18 8 6 58 31 +27 62 Conference Playoffs
2 Charleston Battery 32 15 9 8 53 33 +20 54
3 Tampa Bay Rowdies 32 14 11 7 50 35 +15 53
4 Rochester Rhinos 32 14 11 7 36 28 +8 53
5 Charlotte Independence 32 13 9 10 52 40 +12 48
6 FC Cincinnati 32 12 10 10 46 48 2 46
7 New York Red Bulls II 32 13 5 14 57 60 3 44
8 Bethlehem Steel FC 32 12 8 12 46 45 +1 44
9 Orlando City B 32 10 12 10 37 36 +1 42
10 Ottawa Fury 32 8 14 10 42 41 +1 38
11 Harrisburg City Islanders 32 10 7 15 28 47 19 37
12 Saint Louis FC 32 9 9 14 35 48 13 36
13 Pittsburgh Riverhounds 32 8 12 12 33 42 9 36
14 Richmond Kickers 32 8 8 16 24 36 12 32
15 Toronto FC II 32 6 7 19 27 54 27 25
Source: 2017 USL standings
Rules for classification: 1) total wins; 2) total goal differential; 3) total goals scored; 4) points earned against top four Conference finishers; 5) disciplinary points; 6) coin toss or drawing of lots
(C) Champion.
Western Conference
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Real Monarchs (X) 32 20 7 5 59 31 +28 67 Conference Playoffs
2 San Antonio FC 32 17 11 4 45 24 +21 62
3 Reno 1868 FC 32 17 8 7 75 39 +36 59
4 Swope Park Rangers 32 17 7 8 55 37 +18 58
5 Phoenix Rising FC 32 17 7 8 50 37 +13 58
6 OKC Energy FC 32 14 7 11 46 41 +5 49
7 Tulsa Roughnecks 32 14 4 14 46 49 3 46
8 Sacramento Republic 32 13 7 12 45 43 +2 46
9 Colorado Springs Switchbacks 32 12 8 12 55 51 +4 44
10 Orange County SC 32 11 10 11 43 47 4 43
11 Rio Grande Valley Toros 32 9 8 15 37 50 13 35
12 Seattle Sounders 2 32 9 4 19 42 61 19 31
13 LA Galaxy II 32 8 5 19 32 64 32 29
14 Vancouver Whitecaps 2 32 5 9 18 32 52 20 24
15 Portland Timbers 2 32 3 6 23 27 63 36 15
Source: 2017 USL standings
Rules for classification: 1) total wins; 2) total goal differential; 3) total goals scored; 4) points earned against top four Conference finishers; 5) disciplinary points; 6) coin toss or drawing of lots
(X) Regular Season League Champion.
  • Tulsa Roughnecks FC forfeited its game against Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC for using an ineligible player on March 25, 2017. As a result, the Switchbacks were awarded a 3–0 victory.[14]

Results table


Home   Away   Win   Loss   Draw
ClubMatch
1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829303132
Bethlehem Steel FC
(BST)
ROCCINHARORLCINCHSTORCINCHSHAROTTSTLNYRHARRICNYRPGHRICCLTOTTTORCLTLOUPGHORLLOUPGHTBRTBRTORROCSTL
2–32–02–30–21–00–11–01–20–13–11–12–12–01–01–12–01–12–30–42–13–10–11–32–31–12–23–22–21–14–20–11–1
Charleston Battery
(CHS)
CINCLTPGHROCTBROTTBSTSTLHARBSTNYRLOURICCINTORTBRLOUSTLTBRPGHORLTORNYRROCRICLOURICCLTORLOTTHARCLT
2–12–01–25–03–22–21–01–02–21–01–24–41–02–26–12–01–10–10–22–20–00–11–11–01–30–11–03–01–21–14–01–0
Charlotte Independence
(CLT)
CHSORLPGHSTLROCNYRORLTBRLOUCINHARRICROCPGHSTLNYRHARRICBSTLOUTOROTTBSTORLTORRICOTTCHSTBRCINLOUCHS
0–21–11–12–10–45–13–12–20–11–12–02–02–13–15–13–21–10–04–03–12–21–31–01–12–33–01–10–30–10–11–20–1
Colorado Springs Switchbacks
(COS)
TULOKCSANRGVSLCRNOSEATULPORVANSLCRNOOKCLAGSPRSANRGVVANPHXOKCSEAPOROCOSLCLAGSACPHXSEASPROCOSACTUL
3–01–11–11–32–12–22–33–00–01–31–43–31–02–11–21–00–12–21–23–42–14–14–00–21–22–21–21–11–32–11–04–2
FC Cincinnati
(CIN)
CHSPGHBSTSTLTBRLOUBSTRICORLBSTTORROCCLTCHSSTLORLTBRRICLOUHARROCORLLOUNYROTTPGHHARNYRSTLCLTOTTTOR
1–21–00–24–01–11–10–11–10–22–11–00–11–12–22–01–10–22–03–23–02–32–20–50–43–11–11–14–22–21–00–44–3
Harrisburg City Islanders
(HAR)
RICNYRBSTORLPGHNYRRICCHSPGHBSTOTTCLTBSTLOUTORROCNYRRICCLTCINORLTBRROCPGHLOUTBRSTLCINTOROTTSTLCHS
0–11–03–21–10–11–30–02–20–01–30–10–20–11–04–30–12–01–01–10–30–00–30–10–30–52–32–11–12–11–02–00–4
Los Angeles Galaxy II
(LAG)
VANSANPHXSEAOCOOCOSLCNYRRGVPHXSEACOSRGVSACSPRRNOPORTULOKCOCOPHXCOSVANRGVRNOSANSACTULSPROKCPORSLC
2–00–31–21–21–10–40–32–11–11–20–31–21–02–30–10–94–32–21–11–00–22–11–21–01–21–11–20–10–30–33–21–2
Louisville City FC
(LOU)
STLORLRICTBRCINTORTBRPGHCHSCLTNYRPGHHAROTTCHSCINSTLNYRCLTCINBSTHARORLCHSPGHBSTROCOTTTORROCCLTRIC
0–03–11–02–11–10–00–21–04–41–03–03–00–12–11–12–34–12–11–35–03–15–00–31–03–02–22–11–10–10–02–13–1
New York Red Bulls II
(NYR)
PGHRICHARSTLORLROCHARCLTLAGOTTCHSRICLOUBSTOTTSTLBSTHARCLTTORLOUROCCHSCINOTTTBRTORCINPGHTBRORLROC
3–31–00–12–33–12–23–11–51–23–42–11–00–30–22–21–00–20–22–31–01–22–11–14–02–24–22–12–42–02–36–51–2
Oklahoma City Energy FC
(OKC)
SPRCOSRGVSACRGVPHXOCOPORCOSPHXSANPORSEAVANSLCTULSANCOSLAGRNOSLCTULSANOCOSPRVANTULRNOSACLAGSPRSEA
1–31–10–11–00–31–21–02–10–13–20–03–12–32–21–31–21–14–31–11–02–01–20–02–10–20–02–00–33–13–04–13–1
Orange County SC
(OCO)
RNOSACPORLAGLAGTULOKCSLCSEAPORPHXSEARGVRGVVANLAGSANCOSSPRTULPHXOKCRNOPHXSPRSANVANSLCCOSSACRNOVAN
2–00–42–11–14–00–40–10–14–33–31–12–11–14–01–00–11–10–41–10–01–11–21–30–02–10–12–10–01–23–11–44–3
Orlando City B
(ORL)
TBRLOUTORCLTNYRHARBSTSTLCINCLTPGHROCTOROTTROCCINPGHTBRCHSHARCINRICOTTCLTLOUBSTRICSTLCHSRICNYRTBR
0–11–33–11–11–31–12–00–02–01–32–11–10–10–11–01–10–01–10–00–02–21–03–01–13–01–10–20–22–11–05–60–2
Ottawa Fury
(OTT)
STLTBRRICTORCHSTBRPGHNYRRICBSTHARROCORLNYRLOUTORROCTORBSTCLTORLTBRCINNYRSTLROCCLTLOUHARCHSCINPGH
2–30–11–01–12–20–00–14–35–31–11–00–11–02–21–20–11–12–01–23–10–31–11–32–22–21–11–11–10–11–14–01–1
Phoenix Rising FC
(PHX)
TORSLCLAGSPRRNOOKCSANLAGOKCVANSPRSLCRNOOCOCOSTULSANLAGRGVOCOSACSEAOCOCOSSLCSEAVANPORSACTULRGVPOR
0–10–22–14–30–42–10–12–12–32–12–21–10–01–12–10–30–12–01–11–13–12–00–02–12–01–04–02–00–24–32–04–1
Pittsburgh Riverhounds
(PGH)
NYRCINCHSSTLCLTRICHARTOROTTLOUHARORLTORLOUTBRCLTORLBSTROCCHSTBRRICHARSTLBSTCINLOUROCBSTNYRROCOTT
3–30–12–11–21–11–21–01–01–00–10–01–21–10–32–01–30–01–10–02–20–21–13–02–13–21–10–31–12–30–20–21–1
Portland Timbers 2
(POR)
SLCSPRSEAOCOVANSACSANSEACOSOKCTULVANSLCOKCRNOOCOLAGSPRRNORGVCOSSACSEARGVTULSLCRNOPHXVANLAGSANPHX
1–20–11–21–20–12–00–40–20–01–21–30–10–21–30–23–33–40–11–12–11–40–11–21–11–10–01–60–21–02–31–21–4
Real Monarchs SLC
(SLC)
PORPHXRNOCOSSEASPRLAGSACCOSVANOCOPORRNOPHXTULOKCSEASANRGVTULOKCCOSSPRRGVSANPORPHXOCOSACRNOVANLAG
2–12–05–31–23–12–13–02–04–12–11–02–02–11–10–23–14–12–22–10–00–22–02–22–11–20–00–20–02–03–01–12–1
Reno 1868 FC
(RNO)
OCOVANSLCSANCOSPHXSEATULCOSRGVSACSLCPORPHXLAGVANPORSPROKCTULSANSACSPROCOLAGSEARGVOKCPORSLCOCOSAC
0–21–13–50–42–24–06–04–03–33–22–01–22–00–09–01–11–14–10–13–22–02–11–03–12–11–10–13–06–10–34–12–2
Richmond Kickers
(RIC)
HARNYRLOUOTTPGHTBRCINHARROCTOROTTNYRCHSTBRCLTBSTCINHARBSTCLTSTLPGHORLTORCHSCLTORLCHSROCORLSTLLOU
1–00–10–10–12–10–11–10–01–10–03–50–10–11–10–21–10–20–13–20–00–11–10–12–13–10–32–00–11–00–11–01–3
Rio Grande Valley Toros
(RGV)
SANTULOKCCOSTULOKCSPRLAGSACRNOSEALAGSACCOSSPROCOOCOSLCPORVANSEAPHXVANSLCPORLAGSANRNOSACSPRPHXSAN
0–10–11–03–10–13–01–01–10–02–33–10–12–61–00–41–10–41–21–23–34–31–11–11–21–10–11–21–01–02–20–21–3
Rochester Rhinos
(ROC)
BSTTORCHSNYRCLTRICTBRCINORLTBROTTORLCLTSTLHAROTTPGHTORCINNYRHARCHSSTLTOROTTPGHLOURICLOUPGHBSTNYR
3–20–00–52–24–01–11–01–01–11–11–00–11–20–01–01–10–02–03–21–21–00–12–11–01–11–11–20–10–02–01–02–1
Sacramento Republic FC
(SAC)
SEAOCOTULOKCSPRPORVANSANSLCTULSEARGVRNOVANRGVLAGSANSEAVANPORRNOSPRPHXCOSRGVLAGOKCSLCPHXOCOCOSRNO
2–14–02–10–10–10–20–00–10–23–22–20–00–22–16–23–21–12–01–01–01–22–21–32–22–12–11–30–22–01–30–12–2
Saint Louis FC
(STL)
LOUOTTNYRPGHCINCLTORLCHSTBRTORBSTCINNYRROCCLTCHSLOURICSPRTULTBRPGHTULROCTOROTTHARORLCINHARRICBST
0–03–23–22–10–41–20–00–11–12–01–20–20–10–01–51–01–41–00–01–24–31–22–11–21–12–21–22–02–20–20–11–1
San Antonio FC
(SAN)
RGVLAGCOSRNOVANSEAPORSACSEAPHXSPRSPROKCTULCOSSACOKCSLCPHXOCORNOOKCVANSLCLAGOCOSPRRGVTULTBRPORRGV
1–03–01–14–02–13–24–01–00–01–01–00–00–03–10–11–11–12–21–01–10–20–01–02–11–11–02–50–12–01–12–13–1
Seattle Sounders 2
(SEA)
SACPORVANLAGSLCSANCOSPORSANRNOSACLAGRGVOKCOCOVANSLCOCOSPRSACCOSRGVVANPORTULPHXRNOCOSPHXTULSPROKC
1–22–10–32–11–32–33–22–00–00–62–23–01–33–23–42–01–41–20–20–21–23–43–02–10–10–21–11–10–10–11–21–3
Swope Park Rangers KC
(SPR)
OKCPORSACPHXSLCVANRGVSANSANTULPHXCOSTULLAGRGVVANPORSEASPRSTLOCOSLCSACRNOOKCOCOSANCOSLAGRGVOKCSEA
3–11–01–03–41–23–10–10–10–03–12–22–12–11–04–01–01–02–01–40–01–12–22–20–12–01–25–23–13–02–21–42–1
Tampa Bay Rowdies
(TBR)
ORLTOROTTLOUCINCHSRICOTTLOUTORROCSTLCLTROCRICPITCHSCINORLCHSPGHHARSTLOTTNYRHARCLTBSTBSTNYRSANORL
1–04–01–01–21–12–31–00–02–03–10–11–12–21–11–10–20–22–01–12–02–03–03–41–12–43–21–02–21–13–21–12–0
Toronto FC II
(TOR)
PHXTBRORLROCOTTLOUPGHBSTTBRRICCINSTLPGHORLCHSHAROTTNYRROCOTTCHSCLTBSTRICCLTSTLROCNYRHARLOUBSTCIN
1–00–41–30–01–10–00–10–11–30–00–10–21–11–01–63–41–00–10–20–21–02–21–31–23–21–10–11–21–21–02–43–4
Tulsa Roughnecks FC
(TUL)
COSRGVSACRGVCOSVANOCOSACRNOPORSPRSANSPRSLCOKCLAGPHXSLCRNOSTLOKCOCOSTLSEAPORVANOKCLAGSANPHXSEACOS
0–31–01–21–00–33–14–02–30–43–11–31–31–22–02–12–23–00–02–32–12–10–01–21–01–13–10–21–00–23–41–02–4
Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2
(VAN)
LAGRNOSEAPORSANSACSPRTULCOSSLCPORPHXSACOKCSEACOSSPRRNOOCORGVSACSEARGVSANLAGTULOKCOCOPHXPORSLCOCO
0–21–13–01–01–20–01–31–33–11–21–01–21–22–20–22–20–11–10–13–30–10–31–10–12–11–30–01–20–40–11–13–4

[15][16]

Playoffs

 
First RoundConference Semi-FinalsConference FinalsUSL Championship
 
              
 
October 20 – Louisville Slugger Field
 
 
#1 Louisville City FC 4
 
October 28 – Louisville Slugger Field
 
#8 Bethlehem Steel FC 0
 
#1 Louisville City FC 1
 
October 21 – Capelli Sport Stadium
 
#4 Rochester Rhinos 0
 
#4 Rochester Rhinos (a.e.t.) 2
 
November 4 – Louisville Slugger Field
 
#5 Charlotte Independence 1
 
#1 Louisville City FC (pen.)1 (4)
 
October 21 – Al Lang Stadium
 
#7 New York Red Bulls II 1 (3)
 
#3 Tampa Bay Rowdies 3
 
October 28 – Al Lang Stadium
 
#6 FC Cincinnati 0
 
#3 Tampa Bay Rowdies 1
 
October 21 – MUSC Health Stadium
 
#7 New York Red Bulls II (a.e.t.) 2
 
#2 Charleston Battery 0
 
November 13 – Louisville Slugger Field (ESPNU)
 
#7 New York Red Bulls II 4
 
#1 Louisville City FC 1
 
October 20 – Rio Tinto Stadium
 
#4 Swope Park Rangers 0
 
#1 Real Monarchs 1 (1)
 
October 28 – Children's Mercy Park
 
#8 Sacramento Republic FC (pen.) 1 (3)
 
#8 Sacramento Republic FC 0
 
October 21 – Swope Soccer Village
 
#4 Swope Park Rangers 1
 
#4 Swope Park Rangers (pen.)1 (4)
 
November 4 – Children's Mercy Park
 
#5 Phoenix Rising FC 1 (2)
 
#4 Swope Park Rangers (pen.)0 (7)
 
October 21 – Greater Nevada Field
 
#6 OKC Energy FC 0 (6)
 
#3 Reno 1868 FC 0
 
October 28 – Toyota Field
 
#6 OKC Energy FC 1
 
#6 OKC Energy FC (pen.)1 (4)
 
October 21 – Toyota Field
 
#2 San Antonio FC 1 (1)
 
#2 San Antonio FC 2
 
 
#7 Tulsa Roughnecks 1
 

[17]

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

USL Championship

Championship Game MVP: Paolo DelPiccolo (LOU)

Attendance

Average home attendances

Ranked from highest to lowest average attendance.

Team GP Total High Low Average
FC Cincinnati16339,16430,41715,22721,198
Sacramento Republic FC16185,10411,56911,56911,569
Louisville City FC16137,80113,8126,6988,613
San Antonio FC16114,4338,1316,0377,152
Rio Grande Valley FC16113,0768,8665,4817,067
Phoenix Rising FC1698,0287,1624,5366,127
Tampa Bay Rowdies1694,3067,7864,3265,894
Reno 1868 FC1688,9507,0924,4185,559
Ottawa Fury FC1686,8397,7803,0245,427
Richmond Kickers1674,6368,0211,5674,665
Saint Louis FC1673,1395,7254,0014,571
Oklahoma City Energy FC1668,6856,0592,6504,293
Tulsa Roughnecks FC1661,6195,6473,0153,851
Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC1654,2224,4371,4823,389
Charleston Battery1650,6706,5632,0153,167
Bethlehem Steel FC1648,8373,2102,8813,052
Pittsburgh Riverhounds1642,9754,0069502,686
Real Monarchs1641,2358,4021,7712,577
Orange County SC1641,1954,9631,5392,575
Portland Timbers 21640,3867,2771,2262,524
Harrisburg City Islanders1638,8633,3671,8062,429
Rochester Rhinos1632,4983,4599632,031
Charlotte Independence1625,8432,6488011,615
LA Galaxy II1619,4363,0004321,215
Orlando City B1618,8672,7417911,179
Toronto FC II1617,4203,5821431,089
Seattle Sounders FC 21616,5301,3079511,033
Swope Park Rangers1616,2371,1145721,015
Vancouver Whitecaps FC 21613,8991,788403869
New York Red Bulls II1610,1131,482271632
Total4802,065,00630,4171434,302

Updated to games of October 15, 2017
Sources: USL

Statistical leaders

League Awards

Individual Awards

All-League Teams

First Team

F: Chandler Hoffman (SLC), Dane Kelly (RNO), Enzo Martinez (CLT)
M: Marcel Schäfer (TBR), Sebastian Velasquez (SLC), Chris Wehan (RNO)
D: Paco Craig (LOU), Harrison Delbridge (CIN), Sebastien Ibeagha (SAN), Forrest Lasso (CHS)
G: Diego Restrepo (SAN)

Second Team

F: Juan Pablo Caffa (TUL), Corey Hertzog (PIT), Romario Williams (CHS)
M: Vincent Bezecourt (NYRB), Billy Forbes (SAN), Justin Portillo (CHS)
D: Ryan Felix (ROC), James Kiffe (SAC), Taylor Mueller (CHS), Jimmy Ockford (RNO)
G: Earl Edwards Jr. (ORL)

[27]

Month USL Player of the Month
Player Club Position Reason
April Billy Forbes San Antonio FC Midfielder 6G 3A
May Dane Kelly Reno 1868 FC Forward 8G 2 Hat Tricks
June Romario Williams Charleston Battery Forward 5G
July Jorge Herrera Charlotte Independence Forward 8G 2A
August Earl Edwards Jr. Orlando City B Goalkeeper 3 Shutouts
September Josh Cohen Phoenix Rising FC Goalkeeper 6 Shutouts in 8 games
October José Angulo Oklahoma City Energy Forward 6G 3A
Week USL Player of the Week
Player Club Position Reason
1 Corey Hertzog Pittsburgh Riverhounds Forward 2G
2 Christian Volesky Saint Louis FC Forward 1G 1A
3 Seku Conneh Bethlehem Steel FC Forward 2G
4 Djiby Fall FC Cincinnati Forward 4G vs. St. Louis
5 Enzo Martínez Charlotte Independence Forward 2G
6 César Elizondo San Antonio FC Forward 2G 1A
7 Dane Kelly Reno 1868 FC Forward Hat Trick vs. Phoenix
8 Ian Svantesson Tulsa Roughnecks FC Forward 4G
9 Dane Kelly Reno 1868 FC Forward Hat Trick vs. Seattle
10 Antoine Hoppenot Reno 1868 FC Midfielder 3G
11 Irvin Parra Seattle Sounders FC 2 Midfielder 2G 1A
12 Kevaughn Frater Colorado Springs Switchbacks Forward 2G GWG
13 Cameron Lancaster Louisville City FC Forward 2G
14 Trevin Caesar Sacramento Republic FC Forward 4G Hat Trick vs. Rio Grande Valley
15 Pedro Ribeiro Harrisburg City Islanders Forward 2G 1A
16 Jorge Herrera Charlotte Independence Forward 5G Hat Trick vs. St. Louis
17 Jason Johnson Phoenix Rising FC Forward 2G vs. Colorado Springs
18 Miguel González Oklahoma City Energy Midfielder 2G 1A
19 Kendall McIntosh Portland Timbers 2 Goalkeeper 2 PK Saves
20 Enzo Martínez Charlotte Independence Forward Hat Trick vs. Louisville
21 Luke Spencer Louisville City FC Forward 1G 2A
22 Hadji Barry Orlando City B Forward 3G
23 Kevin Kerr Pittsburgh Riverhounds Midfielder 1G 2A
24 Enzo Martínez Charlotte Independence Forward 2G
25 Sunny Jane Richmond Kickers Midfielder 1G 1A
26 Kenney Walker FC Cincinnati Midfielder 1G 2A
27 Lindo Mfeka Reno 1868 FC Midfielder 4G Hat Trick vs. Oklahoma City
28 José Angulo Oklahoma City Energy Forward Hat Trick vs. LA Galaxy II
29 Stefano Bonomo New York Red Bulls II Forward 4G Hat Trick vs. Orlando
30 Éver Guzmán San Antonio FC Forward 3G 1A

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