League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Portland Timbers30161044519+26589,734Mandjou Keita - 11Steve Cronin
2Carolina RailHawks3016774319+24552,730Gregory Richardson - 7Caleb Patterson-Sewell, Eric Reed
3Puerto Rico Islanders3015874431+13533,293Cristian Arrieta - 10Bill Gaudette
4Charleston Battery30141153321+12533,534Randi Patterson - 6Dusty Hudock
5Montreal Impact30127113231+14312,033Roberto Brown - 7Matt Jordan
6Rochester Rhinos30111093432+2436,428Johnny Menyongar - 11Scott Vallow
7Vancouver Whitecaps FC30119104236+6425,312Charles Gbeke - 12Jay Nolly
8Minnesota Thunder30710133944-5313,209Melvin Tarley - 8Nicolas Platter
9Miami FC3085172652-26291,063Léo Inácio, Alen Marcina - 5Patrick Hannigan
10Austin Aztex3058172851-23212,974Eddie Johnson - 5Miguel Gallardo2-point deduction 1
11Cleveland City Stars3047192252-30191,491Joshua Boateng - 4Hunter Gilstrap

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Portland Timbers30161044519+2658→ Semifinals
2Carolina RailHawks3016774319+2455→ Quarterfinals
3Puerto Rico Islanders3015874431+1353→ Quarterfinals
4Charleston Battery30141153321+1253→ Quarterfinals
5Montreal Impact30127113231+143→ Quarterfinals
6Rochester Rhinos30111093432+243→ Quarterfinals
7Vancouver Whitecaps FC30119104236+642→ Quarterfinals
8Minnesota Thunder30710133944-531
9Miami FC3085172652-2629
10Austin Aztex3058172851-23212-point deduction 1
11Cleveland City Stars3047192252-3019



Vancouver won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semifinals.
Puerto Rico won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semifinals.
Montreal won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semifinals.


Vancouver won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Final.
Montreal won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Final.


Montreal won on aggregate score over two legs.


Red Cards
1. Andres ArangoMinnesota Thunder 2
Alioune GueyeCleveland City Stars 2
Gifton Noel-WilliamsAustin Aztex 2
Diego SernaMiami FC 2
Nevio PizzolittoMontreal Impact 2
Kupono LowCarolina RailHawks 2
7. Brian KallmanMinnesota Thunder 1
Peter ByersMontreal Impact 1
Michael CallahanAustin Aztex 1
Ricardo SánchezMinnesota Thunder 1
Amir LoweryCarolina RailHawks 1
Edwin MirandaMiami FC 1
Roberto BrownMontreal Impact 1
Julian ValentinCleveland City Stars 1
Danny EarlsRochester Rhinos 1
Nelson PizarroMiami FC 1
Ryan StewartCleveland City Stars 1
Brent SanchoRochester Rhinos 1
Wesley CharlesVancouver Whitecaps FC 1
Troy RobertsCleveland City Stars 1
Joshua BoatengCleveland City Stars 1
Ian FullerCharleston Battery 1
Chris NurseRochester Rhinos 1
Devon McKenneyCarolina RailHawks 1
Taiwo AtienoRochester Rhinos 1
Léo InácioMiami FC 1
John KrausePuerto Rico Islanders 1
Jason McLaughlinPortland Timbers 1
Anthony PetersCleveland City Stars 1
Johnny MenyongarRochester Rhinos 1
Melvin TarleyMinnesota Thunder 1
Walter RamírezMiami FC 1
Chris WilliamsCharleston Battery 1
Zach KirbyMiami FC 1
Josh GardnerCarolina RailHawks 1
Charles GbekeVancouver Whitecaps FC 1
Julius JamesMinnesota Thunder 1
Alen MarcinaMiami FC 1
Stefano PesoliMontreal Impact 1
John WilsonCharleston Battery 1
Nathaniel ShortRochester Rhinos 1
Sandy GbandiPuerto Rico Islanders 1
John BallRochester Rhinos 1
Randi PattersonCharleston Battery 1
John CunliffeCarolina RailHawks 1


League Notes

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