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USSF Division 2

Pro League

USL Conference

Austin Aztex - FC Tampa Bay - NSC Minnesota Stars

Portland Timbers - Puerto Rico Islanders - Rochester Rhinos -

 

NASL Conference

AC St. Louis - Carolina RailHawks - Crystal Palace Baltimore

Miami FC Blues - Montreal Impact - Vancouver Whitecaps

 

2010 Home - 2010 Results - 2010 Stats

 

After the 2009 USL-1 season, Carolina, Crystal Palace, Miami F. C., Montreal, Rochester, 
St. Louis, F. C. Tampa Bay and Vancouver broke from the USL to form the NASL. 
 
Since neither league met the minimum number of teams for a sanctioned league, US Soccer stepped in to 
organize a league under the USSF banner consisting of the NASL teams along with 
the remaining USL teams (Austin, Minnesota, Portland, and Puerto Rico).

2010 FINAL STANDINGS

NASL CONFERENCE             GP   W   T   L   GF  GA  Pts

Carolina RailHawks          30  13   8   9   44  32   47

Vancouver Whitecaps         30  10  15   5   32  22   45

Montreal Impact             30  12   7  11   36  30   43

Miami FC Blues              30   7  12  11   37  49   33

AC St. Louis                30   7   8  15   32  48   29

Crystal Palace Baltimore    30   6   6  18   24  55   24

 

USL CONFERENCE              GP   W   T   L   GF  GA  Pts

Rochester Rhinos            30  16   6   8   38  24   54

Austin Aztex                30  15   8   7   53  40   53

Portland Timbers            30  13  10   7   34  23   49

NSC Minnesota Stars         30  11   7  12   32  36   40

Puerto Rico Islanders       30   9  10  11   37  35   37

FC Tampa Bay                30   7  11  12   41  46   32


After the season, Portland and Vancouver moved to Major League Soccer,

the USL announced plans for a USL PRO league, adding teams from

the USL Second Division league as well as several expansion teams.

Austin moved to Orlando.

2010 PLAYOFFS

*-after extra time

Quarterfinals (Two-leg aggregate series)

Oct. 7   Puerto Rico 2-0 Rochester

Oct. 9   Rochester   2-1 Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico advance on 3-2 aggregate

 

Oct. 7   Vancouver   2-0  Portland

Oct. 10  Portland    1-0  Vancouver

Vancouver advance on 2-1 aggregate

 

Oct. 6   Montreal    2-0  Austin

Oct. 9   Austin      2-3  Montreal

Montreal advance on 5-2 aggregate

 

Oct. 6   Minnesota   0-0  Carolina

Oct. 9   Carolina    4-0  Minnesota

Carolina advance on 4-0 aggregate

 

Semifinals

Oct. 14  Puerto Rico 0-0  Vancouver

Oct. 17  Vancouver   0-2* Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico advance on 2-0 aggregate after extra time

 

Oct. 14  Montreal    1-0  Carolina

Oct. 17  Carolina    2-0  Montreal

Carolina advance on 2-1 aggregate

 

Final

Oct. 24  Puerto Rico 2-0  Carolina

Oct. 30  Carolina    1-1  Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico win 2010 USSF Second Division Championship on 3-1 aggregate

Leading Goalscorers

Ryan Pore, Portland                15

Eddie Johnson, Austin              14

Aaron king, Tampa Bay              12

Bright Dike, Portland              10

Maxwell Griffin, Austin            10

Ali Gerba, Montreal                 9

Mike Ambersley, St. Louis           9

Abe Thompson, Miami                 9

Etienne Barbara, Carolina           8

Paulo Araujo Jr., Miami             8

 

Goalkeeping Leaders                GAA

Jay Nolly, Vancouver               0.73

Neal Kitson, Rochester             0.78

Steve Cronin, Portland             0.78

Scott Vallow, Rochester            0.81

Eric Reed, Carolina                0.90

Matt Jordan, Montreal              0.93

Joe Warren, Minnesota              0.99

Srdan Djekanovic, Montreal         1.07

Bill Gaudette, Puerto Rico         1.19
Miguel Gallardo, Austin            1.31


2010 USSF D-2 Award Winners

Most Valuable Player: Ryan Pore, Portland Timbers
Goalkeeper of the Year: Jay Nolly, Vancouver Whitecaps
Defender of the Year: Greg Janicki, Vancouver Whitecaps
Rookie of the Year: Maxwell Griffin, Austin Aztex
Coach of the Year: Bob Lilley, Rochester Rhinos

 

2010 USSF D2 First XI

G - Jay Nolly, Vancouver

D - Greg Janicki, Vancouver

D - Aaron Pitchkolan, Rochester

D - Troy Roberts, Rochester

M - Ryan Pore, Portland

M - Martin Nash, Vancouver

M - Jamie Watson, Austin

M - Paulo Araujo Jr., Miami

M - Daniel Paladini, Carolina

F - Eddie Johnson, Austin

F - Ali Gerba, Montreal

 

Home Attendance     G    Total    Avg.

Montreal           15  185,952 12,397

Portland           15  160,899 10,727

Rochester          15   96,965  6,464

Vancouver          15   77,237  5,149

Tampa Bay          15   57,996  3,866

Austin             15   55,990  3,733

St. Louis          15   41,252  2,750

Puerto Rico        15   35,368  2,358

Carolina           15   33,611  2,241

Minnesota          15   20,608  1,374

Miami              15   18,809  1,254

Baltimore          15   16,122  1,075

LEAGUE            180  800,809  4,449

Attendance figures courtesy Kenn.com

Overview of the 2010 A-League Season - From the American Soccer History Archives

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