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The Great Eight Quarterfinal Edition (So Far): Captains, Collisions & Cloudbursts

The Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup is known for its magic moments. And the Quarterfinal round of the competition, now in its 104th year, tossed up a good few of those between July 10 and 13. Take a look back at eight moments of note from three games (and one biblical rain-out) where San Jose Earthquakes and New York Red Bulls took a step closer to their first Open Cup crown and Sporting Kansas City, and their perfect defense, cemented their status as title favorites. 

Aye, Aye Captains
There was an awkward exchange at the pre-game coin toss of the San Jose Earthquakes - LA Galaxy Quarterfinal. LA’s captain Jelle Van Damme leaned in for a bro-hug that San Jose’s skipper Chris Wondolowski wasn’t prepared for, and only half-committed to. Just a few minutes later, with four gone on the clock, Van Damme nodded home from a Gio Dos Santos corner-kick. The Belgian big man, who loves nothing more than to play the heel, taunted the home fans at Avaya Stadium and channeled his best Gorgeous George. But soon after, the other captain had his say. Quakes legend Wondolowski – straight-laced foil to Van Damme’s cartoon villainy – was unerring with his finish. He slammed home low from outside the box, a rare long-ranger from this penalty box stalker, which led the way to a 3-2 win for San Jose in yet another Cali-Clasico where there was no love lost.   

 
San Jose's Chris Wondolowski (left) and LA's Jelle Van Damme (center) speak with the referee during a break in play.
Photo credit: Aaron Morgan/Quakes Talk

The Way in San Jose
Sometimes a team just clicks in a Cup. That’s the way it’s been with San Jose who, far from flailing following the firing of coach Dominic Kinnear, are playing with pizzazz in the 2017 edition. Wondo’s got two goals – no surprise there. But the young guns are contributing beyond their years. Twenty-year-old Jackson Yueill scored four minutes into his first professional game back in the Fourth Round against SF Deltas, and Tommy Thompson, just 21, has been a vision of dynamism and acceleration through midfield, assisting on two goals in the win over the Galaxy. As if that’s not enough, Jahmir Hyka, known as the Albanian Messi, and Dutch import Danny Hoesen are pitching in that little bit of technical nous that make the Quakes so tricky. “Maybe you can tell we’re having a lot of fun out here,” Hyka told ussoccer.com. “Football’s easy when you keep the ball and enjoy yourself.”  

SKC Play the Sub Game
Sporting Kansas City played most of regulation – 75 minutes in all – a man down after Seth Sinovic saw red for a professional foul in the marquee Quarterfinal against reigning title holders FC Dallas. But a clever chess move by coach Peter Vermes changed everything at the start of extra-time. Brazil-born creator Benny Feilhaber, just back from an ankle injury, jogged on the pitch and turned the game on its head. He assisted on two of the three goals Kansas City scored in the next 30 minutes and his cleverness led to a red card for Dallas’ Javier Morales that effectively ended the game by forcing the holders to play with nine. The final goal in the rout was scored by young Daniel Salloi, just 20, a recent arrival from Hungary. Salloi’s father watches all his son’s games – whether he plays or not – streamed live in Budapest. But Papa Salloi only wakes Mama Salloi when her boy enters the field. It was approximately 2:30 a.m. Hungary Time when Papa woke Mama, who we hope hadn’t dozed back off before seeing her boy score the third.

Opara: Up & Down
There was a terrifying moment in Kansas City’s Quarterfinal against Dallas when Maxi Urruti went up blindly for a bicycle-kick. He wasn’t to know that Sporting’s all-action center-back Ike Opara planned to throw his face in the way. When Urruti’s foot made contact with Opara’s skull, the defender was knocked out cold before he hit the ground. Urruti received a second yellow for the reckless play, but his first thought was for his fallen opponent, and fellow professional, Opara, who’s had his share of injuries in recent years including an Achilles tendon rupture that nearly ended his career. Urruti’s tears were heartfelt and his concern palpable. Opara’s thumbs-up when he was wheeled off on a gurney drew one of the biggest roars on a night marked by incident and excitement. We hope to see Opara out on the pitch as soon as he’s well – the Open Cup’s not the same without him.

 

Melia, Sporting’s Rock
Speaking of SKC’s impenetrable defense, let’s not forget to tip our cap to goalkeeper Tim Melia. A former MLS pool loanee who took his time locking down a starting spot in the top tier, he’s now among the cream of the league’s ‘keepers. His cat-like reflex save on Urruti in the dying moments of regular time rescued the game for the home team. Though he’s quick to deflect attention away from himself and toward the team in front of him, Melia’s hands-down the lynchpin of MLS’s best defense. He’s recorded eight shutouts in all competitions and has yet to concede a goal in the 2017 U.S. Open Cup. Not bad for a guy who’s paid more dues than most.

Weather, or Not…
One of the glorious things about the Open Cup is that you know you’ll have a winner on the day. All the players talk about it – win and move on or lose and go home. There’s one problem: It’s not always true! Sometimes, the weather alone wins out. That’s what happened in Miami when a biblical storm system, complete with thunder, lighting and torrential rains, swooped in off the seas and parked over Riccardo Silva Stadium on the evening of July 12, the same night FC Cincinnati (USL) were in town to play Miami FC (NASL) in one of the most anticipated Open Cup Quarterfinals of recent years. The winner would be the first team from outside Major League Soccer (MLS) to reach a Semifinal since 2011. But instead of a game, the home fans – and a couple hundred who traveled from Ohio – drank beer and palled around under the stands until the game was officially called. Good news, it’s been rescheduled. We’ll do it all over again in Miami on August 2. Fingers crossed for sunshine! 

 

Diego No-Go
New England Revolution’s homegrown midfielder Diego Fagundez, with the club since he was 11, stood over the ball for a free-kick. Against New York Red Bulls at Harvard University, the ball was exactly where it was a few weeks earlier on that same Jordan Field when Fagundez curled it elegantly into the top corner against D.C. United. Before that game, the 22-year-old told teammate Chris Tierney that he was “going to score a free-kick today.” It was a prophecy, and it came true. This time, however, Fagundez stepped over as a decoy and let Tierney have a go. The ball hit the wall and deflected lazily away from danger. Maybe Tierney had a prophecy too, but it didn’t come true. It seemed to encapsulate the day for New England, who went down to ten men and gave up a late goal to lose – for the second time in eight days – to their big rivals from down the I-95 corridor. 

BWP and the Killer Instinct
Bradley Wright-Phillips
. The uttering of his name must sound like the worst part of a bad dream for opposition defenders. The 32-year-old English striker made a career out of prowling the penalty area like a predator, playing just off the shoulder of the last defender and hunting goals. The Red Bulls’ Quarterfinal was tangled at 0-0 and headed for extra-time against the Revolution. It was one of those nights when neither attacking line had much to do. It’s precisely that time when Wright-Phillips is most dangerous – when forgotten. With three minutes left in a feisty contest, he pointed his finger out in front of him after gaining an inch, maybe, on his marker. Felipe saw the slight gesture and sent the ball where it was requested. BWP held off his man and spun, all in one motion, toe-poking past the onrushing ‘keeper. It happened so fast and, like that, the game was over.

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U.S. Open Cup Jul 17, 2017

Sporting KC, Miami FC vs. FC Cincinnati Winner to Host 2017 U.S. Open Cup Semifinals

CHICAGO (July 14, 2017) – The Draw to determine the Semifinal hosts and hosting priority for the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Final took place Friday morning at Soccer House in Chicago. Sporting Kansas City will host the San Jose Earthquakes in the West Semifinal on Aug. 9, while the winner of the Aug. 2 Quarterfinal between Miami FC and FC Cincinnati will host the New York Red Bulls in the Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jul 14, 2017

Open Cup Quarterfinal Between Miami FC and FC Cincinnati Rescheduled for Aug. 2

CHICAGO (July 14, 2017) – The postponed 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Quarterfinal game between Miami FC and FC Cincinnati has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 2. Miami FC will host the match, which is set to kick-off at 7:30 p.m. ET, at Riccardo Silva Stadium on the campus of Florida International University in Miami. The game was originally scheduled to be played at the same stadium o Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jul 14, 2017

Heartbreak Déjà Vu for Revs as Red Bulls Score Late Dagger, Reach Open Cup Semis

BOSTON (July 13, 2017) – New England Revolution suffered a second heartbreak at the hands of hated rivals New York Red Bulls in the space of just eight days when Bradley Wright-Phillips popped up in the 87th minute to seal a 1-0 win for the visitors on a cold night in Boston. The 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Quarterfinal, played at Jordan Field on the campus of Harvard University, was testy Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jul 13, 2017

Wondo Spurs Quakes Past LA, into Open Cup Semis

SAN JOSE, CA. (July 10, 2017) LA Galaxy defender Jelle Van Damme scored early, but the San Jose Earthquakes roared back with two goals from talisman Chris Wondolowski and one from Danny Hoesen to win 3-2 at Avaya Stadium in the South Bay, ending the Galaxy’s 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup run while booking themselves a place in the Semifinal round.  On July 1, during a Major League Soc Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jul 13, 2017

WATCH: 2017 Open Cup Draw to Determine Semifinal, Final Hosting Scenarios

CHICAGO (July 13, 2017) – U.S. Soccer will conduct the Draw to determine the remaining hosting scenarios for the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Semifinals and Final on Friday, July 14 at 11 a.m. ET. The Draw will be broadcast on ussoccer.com, Facebook Live and will be live-tweeted via the official U.S. Open Cup Twitter account @opencup.  The Draw will determine which clubs will host th Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jul 13, 2017

SKC Knock Out Cup Holders Dallas in Quarterfinal Barnburner

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (July 11, 2017) - Sporting Kansas City survived 86 minutes playing a man down before storming through to best Open Cup holders FC Dallas 3-0 in a topsy-turvy game that went to extra-time, produced three red cards and three goals. The contest was loaded with incident and controversy and turned, eventually, on the injection of Benny Feilhaber off the SKC subs’ bench and the l Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jul 13, 2017

Fagundez: Revolution’s Soccer Prodigy Comes of Age

When Diego Fagundez steps off the bus at Harvard University it’s easy to imagine him a student there, pondering life’s big questions. Just 22, he’s got the fresh face of a kid. He’s wide-eyed and bright, with an easy smile. But when he turns up near the River Charles it isn’t to thumb through a worn copy of Proust on her breezy banks. He’s here in the heart of t Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jul 13, 2017

Miami FC-FC Cincinnati Open Cup Quarterfinal Postponed; To Be Rescheduled on July 13

CHICAGO (July 12, 2017) – The 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Quarterfinal between Miami FC of the North American Soccer League (NASL) and FC Cincinnati of the United Soccer League (USL) was postponed Wednesday night after a two-hour delay caused by persistent storms in the Miami area, including heavy rain, lightning and thunder. The rescheduled date for the game will be determined by U.S. Soc Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jul 12, 2017

FC Cincinnati: Home and Away

Defending, at its core, is about protecting your home. You stand in front of what’s important and keep it safe, putting your body and your wits, your own security, between home and a threat. Every FC Cincinnati player understands this. Each is a lookout. A barrier. A Sentinel. “It’s all eleven guys on the field; it starts up front and goes right through the spine of the team&rdqu Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jul 11, 2017

#USOC2017 Last Eight: Rematches, Minnows & Top Dogs

Whittled down from an original field of 99, only a lean eight teams remain in the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. Two among the Quarterfinal combatants come from the second tier of the American soccer pyramid, while the other six are among the usual suspects we’ve come to expect from Major League Soccer’s vaunted ranks. Only one thing is certain in this topsy-turvy tournament: by Thursd Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jul 9, 2017

Wondo & Yueill: San Jose’s May-December Bromance

Jackson Yueill was eight years old, still scraping knees in the schoolyard, when Chris Wondolowski played his rookie season in Major League Soccer. Fast forward to June 2017 and Yueill, barely out of his teens, scored a first pro goal of his own four minutes into his professional debut. And when he wheeled off to celebrate, there was Wondo – an idol of his youth – first on the scene to Read more
U.S. Open Cup Jul 7, 2017

2017 U.S. Open Cup Competition Key Dates

Quarterfinal                  Aug. 2
Semifinals                    Aug. 9*
Final                             Sept. 20

* Games in this round may be moved up a day

2017 LAMAR HUNT U.S. OPEN CUP SCHEDULE

Quarterfinals

Date

Game

Time

Venue

July 10
San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) vs. Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS)
3-2
REPLAY
Avaya Stadium; San Jose, Calif.
July 11
Sporting Kansas City (MLS) vs. FC Dallas (MLS)
3-0 (a.e.t)
REPLAY
Children's Mercy Park; Kansas City, Kan.
July 13
New England Revolution (MLS) vs. New York Red Bulls (MLS)
0-1
REPLAY
Jordan Field (Harvard University); Boston, Mass.

Aug. 2* Miami FC (NASL) vs. FC Cincinnati (USL)
7:30pm ET
WATCH
Riccardo Silva Stadium (Fla. International Univ.); Miami, Fla.
*Match rescheduled on 7/14

Semifinals

Date

Game

Time

Venue

Aug. 9 Miami FC (NASL) vs. New York Red Bulls (MLS) 7:30 p.m. ET Riccardo Silva Stadium (Fla. International Univ.); Miami, Fla.
     -or-    
Aug. 15 FC Cincinnati (USL) vs. New York Red Bulls (MLS) 8 p.m. ET Nippert Stadium (Univ. of Cincinnati); Cincinnati, Ohio
Aug. 9 Sporting Kansas City (MLS) vs. San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) 7:30 p.m. CT Children's Mercy Park; Kansas City, Kan.

2017 U.S. Open Cup Final

Date

Game

Time

Venue

Sept. 20 Sporting Kansas City (MLS) vs. Miami FC (NASL)/FC Cincinnati (USL)/New York Red Bulls (MLS) winner TBD Children's Mercy Park; Kansas City, Kan.
     -or-    
  New York Red Bulls (MLS) vs. San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) TBD Red Bull Arena; Harrison, N.J.
     -or-    
  Miami FC (NASL) vs. San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) TBD Riccardo Silva Stadium (Fla. International Univ.); Miami, Fla.
     -or-    
  FC Cincinnati (USL) vs. San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) TBD Nippert Stadium (Univ. of Cincinnati); Cincinnati, Ohio

Round of 16

Date

Game

Time

Venue

June 27 FC Dallas (MLS) vs. Colorado Rapids (MLS)
3-1
REPLAY
Toyota Stadium; Frisco, Texas
June 28 Houston Dynamo (MLS) vs. Sporting Kansas City (MLS)
0-2
REPLAY
BBVA Compass Stadium; Houston, Texas
June 28 New England Revolution (MLS) vs. D.C. United (MLS) 2-1
REPLAY
Jordan Field (Harvard University); Boston, Mass.
June 28 Miami FC (NASL) vs. Atlanta United FC (MLS) 3-2
REPLAY
Riccardo Silva Stadium (Fla. International Univ.); Miami, Fla.
June 28 New York Red Bulls (MLS) vs. Philadelphia Union (MLS)
1-1 (5-3 PKs)
REPLAY
Red Bull Arena; Harrison, N.J.
June 28 FC Cincinnati (USL) vs. Chicago Fire (MLS) 0-0 (3-1 PKs) 
RECAP
Nippert Stadium (Univ. of Cincinnati); Cincinnati, Ohio
June 28 San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) vs. Seattle Sounders FC (MLS) 2-1
REPLAY
Avaya Stadium; San Jose, Calif.
June 28 LA Galaxy (MLS) vs. Sacramento Republic FC (USL) 2-0
REPLAY
StubHub Center Track Stadium; Carson, Calif.

Fourth Round

Date

Game

Time

Venue

June 13 D.C. United (MLS) vs. Christos FC (Md.) 4-1
REPLAY
Maryland SoccerPlex; Boyds, Md.
June 13 Colorado Rapids (MLS) vs. OKC Energy FC (USL)
3-2
REPLAY
Dick's Sporting Goods Park; Commerce City, Colo.
June 13 Seattle Sounders FC (MLS) vs. Portland Timbers (MLS) 2-1
REPLAY
Starfire Sports Complex; Tukwila, Wash.
June 14 FC Cincinnati (USL) vs. Columbus Crew SC (MLS) 1-0
REPLAY
Nippert Stadium (Univ. of Cincinnati); Cincinnati, Ohio
June 14 North Carolina FC (NASL) vs. Houston Dynamo (MLS) 2-3 (a.e.t.)
REPLAY
Sahlen's Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park; Cary, N.C.
June 14 New England Revolution (MLS) vs. Rochester Rhinos (USL) 3-0
REPLAY
Anderson Stadium (Providence College); Providence, R.I.
June 14 Philadelphia Union (MLS) vs. Harrisburg City Islanders (USL) 3-1
REPLAY
Talen Energy Stadium; Chester, Pa.
June 14 Atlanta United FC (MLS) vs. Charleston Battery (USL) 3-2
REPLAY
Fifth Third Bank Stadium (Kennesaw State Univ.); Kennesaw, Ga.
June 14 Orlando City SC (MLS) vs. Miami FC (NASL) 1-3
REPLAY
Orlando City Stadium; Orlando, Fla.
June 14
New York Red Bulls (MLS) vs. New York City FC (MLS)
1-0
REPLAY
Red Bull Arena; Harrison, N.J.
June 14 FC Dallas (MLS) vs. Tulsa Roughnecks FC (USL) 2-1
REPLAY
Westcott Field (Southern Methodist Univ.); Dallas, Texas
June 14 Saint Louis FC (USL) vs. Chicago Fire (MLS)
0-1
REPLAY
Toyota Stadium (WWT Soccer Park); Fenton, Mo.
June 14 Sporting Kansas City (MLS) vs. Minnesota United FC (MLS) 4-0
REPLAY
Children's Mercy Park; Kansas City, Kan.
June 14 Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS) vs. Orange County SC (USL) 3-1
REPLAY
StubHub Center Track Stadium; Carson, Calif.
June 14 San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) vs. San Francisco Deltas (NASL) 2-0
REPLAY
Avaya Stadium; San Jose, Calif.
June 14 Sacramento Republic FC (USL) vs. Real Salt Lake (MLS)
4-1
REPLAY
Papa Murphy's Park; Sacramento, Calif.

Third Round

Date

Game

Time

Venue

May 30 Michigan Bucks (PDL) vs. Saint Louis FC (USL)
1-2
RECAP
Ultimate Soccer Arenas; Pontiac, Mich.
May 31 Rochester Rhinos (USL) vs. GPS Omens (Mass.) 2-1 (a.e.t.)
REPLAY
Capelli Sport Stadium; Rochester, N.Y.
May 31 Jacksonville Armada (NASL) vs. Charleston Battery (USL) 0-1 
REPLAY
Southern Oak Stadium (Jacksonville Univ.); Jacksonville, Fla.
May 31 FC Cincinnati (USL) vs. Louisville City FC (USL) 1-0
REPLAY
Nippert Stadium (Univ. of Cincinnati); Cincinnati, Ohio
May 31 Reading United AC (PDL) vs. Harrisburg City Islanders (USL) 0-3
REPLAY
Exeter Township Senior High School; Reading, Pa.
May 31 North Carolina FC (NASL) vs. Charlotte Independence (USL) 4-1
REPLAY
Sahlen's Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park; Cary, N.C.
May 31 Miami FC (NASL) vs. Tampa Bay Rowdies (USL) 2-0
REPLAY
FIU Stadium; Miami, Fla.
May 31 Chicago FC United (PDL) vs. Christos FC (Md.) 0-1
REPLAY
Hoyne Field – Loyola University, Chicago, Ill.
May 31 Tulsa Roughnecks FC (USL) vs. San Antonio FC (USL) 0-0 (7-6 PKs)
REPLAY
Hurricane Soccer & Track Stadium; Tulsa, Okla.
May 31 Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC (USL) vs. OKC Energy FC (USL) 1-2
REPLAY
Weidner Field; Colorado Springs, Colo.
May 31 Phoenix Rising FC (USL) vs. San Francisco Deltas (NASL) 1-2
REPLAY
Phoenix Rising Soccer Complex; Scottsdale, Ariz.
May 31 L.A. Wolves FC (Calif.) vs. Orange County SC (USL) 0-1
REPLAY
Azusa Pacific University Soccer Field; Azusa, Calif.
May 31 Sacramento Republic FC (USL) vs. Reno 1868 FC (USL) 2-0
REPLAY
Papa Murphy's Park; Sacramento, Calif.

Second Round

Date

Game

Time

Venue

May 16 Tampa Bay Rowdies (USL) vs. Jacksonville Armada U-23 (NPSL)
3-0
REPLAY
Al Lang Stadium; St. Petersburg, Fla.
May 17 Atlanta Silverbacks (NPSL) vs. Charleston Battery (USL)
1-2
REPLAY
Atlanta Silverbacks Park; Atlanta, Ga.
May 17
Richmond Kickers (USL) vs. Christos FC (Md.)
0-1
REPLAY
City Stadium; Richmond, Va.
May 17 Rochester Rhinos (USL) vs. FC Motown (N.J.) 3-0 
REPLAY
Capelli Sport Stadium; Rochester, N.Y.
May 17 Boston City FC (Mass.) vs. GPS Omens (Mass.) 1-2 
Della Russo Stadium; Revere, Mass.
May 17 Miami United FC (NPSL) vs. Jacksonville Armada (NASL)
1-2 
REPLAY
Ted Hendricks Stadium; Hialeah, Fla.
May 17 Carolina Dynamo (PDL) vs. North Carolina FC (NASL)
1-6 
Macpherson Stadium; Greensboro, N.C.
May 17 Charlotte Eagles (PDL) vs. Charlotte Independence (USL)
2-3 
REPLAY
Charlotte Christian School; Charlotte, N.C.
May 17
Tartan Devils Oak Avalon (Pa.) vs. Louisville City FC (USL)
0-9
REPLAY
Highmark Stadium; Pittsburgh, Pa. 
May 17
FC Cincinnati (USL) vs. AFC Cleveland (NPSL)
1-0 (a.e.t.)

Nippert Stadium (Univ. of Cincinnati); Cincinnati, Ohio
May 17 Reading United AC (PDL) vs. New York Cosmos (NASL)
3-2
REPLAY
Albright College; Reading, Pa.
May 17 Miami FC (NASL) vs. South Florida Surf (PDL) 
3-2 Cobb Field (Univ. of Miami); Coral Gables, Fla. 
May 17 Michigan Bucks (PDL) vs. Indy Eleven (NASL) 1-0
REPLAY
Ultimate Soccer Arenas; Pontiac, Mich.
May 17 Ocean City Nor'easters (PDL) vs. Harrisburg City Islanders (USL)
0-0 (6-7 PKs) Carey Stadium; Ocean City, N.J.
May 17 Chicago FC United (PDL) vs. Pittsburgh Riverhounds (USL) 3-1
REPLAY
Hoyne Field (Loyola University); Chicago, Ill. 
May 17 FC Wichita (NPSL) vs. Saint Louis FC (USL)
3-4 
REPLAY
Stryker Soccer Complex; Wichita, Kan.
May 17 Dutch Lions FC (NPSL) vs. San Antonio FC (USL)
1-2 
REPLAY
Dutch Lions FC Soccer Facility; Conroe, Texas
May 17 Tulsa Roughnecks FC (USL) vs. Oklahoma City Energy U23 (PDL)
5-3 
REPLAY
Hurricane Soccer & Track Stadium; Tulsa, Okla.
May 17 OKC Energy FC (USL) vs. Moreno Valley Fútbol Club (Calif.)
5-1 
REPLAY
John Crain Field (Univ. of Oklahoma); Norman, Okla.
May 17 Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC (USL) vs. FC Tucson (PDL) 2-0 Weidner Field; Colorado Springs, Colo.
May 17 Fresno Fuego (PDL) vs. Phoenix Rising FC (USL)
1-3 
REPLAY
Fresno State Soccer & Lacrosse Stadium; Fresno, Calif.
May 17 FC Golden State Force (PDL) vs. Orange County SC (USL)
2-5 
REPLAY
Citrus College; Glendora, Calif.
May 17 San Francisco Deltas (NASL) vs. Burlingame Dragons FC (PDL)
2-1
REPLAY
Stanford University; Stanford, Calif.
May 17 L.A. Wolves FC (Calif.) vs. Chula Vista FC (Calif.) 1-0 a.e.t. Azusa Pacific University Soccer Field; Azusa, Calif. 
May 17 Sacramento Republic FC (USL) vs. Anahuac FC (Nev.) 4-0
REPLAY
Papa Murphy's Park; Sacramento, Calif.
May 17 OSA FC (NPSL) vs. Reno 1868 FC (USL)
0-0
(3-4 PKs)
REPLAY
Starfire Sports Complex; Tukwila, Wash.
First Round

Date

Game

 Time/Watch 

Venue

May 9 Red Force FC (Fla.) vs. South Florida Surf (PDL) 2-4
REPLAY
Tropical Park; Miami, Fla.
May 10 Fredericksburg FC (NPSL) vs. Christos FC (Md.) 0-3 Univ. of Mary Washington Battleground Stadium; Fredericksburg, Va.
May 10 Atlanta Silverbacks (NPSL) vs. SC United Bantams (PDL) 4-1 Atlanta Silverbacks Park; Atlanta, Ga.
May 10 El Farolito (Calif.) vs. Burlingame Dragons FC (PDL) 0-0 (5-6 PKs) Boxer Stadium; San Francisco, Calif.
May 10 Western Mass Pioneers (PDL) vs. Boston City FC (NPSL) 2-2 (4-5 PKs)
REPLAY
Lusitano Stadium; Ludlow, Mass.
May 10 New Jersey Copa FC (NPSL) vs. FC Motown (N.J.) 1-2 (a.e.t.) 
REPLAY
Saint John Vianney High School; Holmdel, N.J.
May 10 Charlotte Eagles (PDL) vs. Chattanooga FC (NPSL) 2-0 
REPLAY
Charlotte Christian School; Charlotte, N.C.
May 10 Carolina Dynamo (PDL) vs. Legacy 76 (NPSL) 2-1 
REPLAY
Macpherson Stadium; Greensboro, N.C.
May 10 Miami United FC (NPSL) vs. Boca Raton Football Club (Fla.) 2-1 
REPLAY
Ted Hendricks Stadium; Hialeah, Fla.
May 10 Jacksonville Armada U-23 (NPSL) vs. The Villages SC (PDL) 2-1 
REPLAY
Patton Park; Jacksonville, Fla.
May 10 Ocean City Nor'easters (PDL) vs. Junior Lone Star FC (Pa.) 3-1 
REPLAY
Carey Stadium; Ocean City, N.J.
May 10 Reading United AC (PDL) vs. Clarkstown SC Eagles (NPSL) 1-0 
REPLAY
Exeter Township Senior High School; Reading, Pa.
May 10 Michigan Bucks (PDL) vs. AFC Ann Arbor (NPSL) 1-0 
REPLAY
Ultimate Soccer Arenas; Pontiac, Mich.
May 10 Derby City Rovers (PDL) vs. Tartan Devils Oak Avalon (Pa.) 1-1 (3-4 PKs) REPLAY
Woehrle Athletic Complex; Jeffersonville, Ind.
May 10 GPS Portland Phoenix (PDL) vs. GPS Omens (Mass.)
0-2 Memorial Field; Portland, Maine
May 10 Dutch Lions FC (NPSL) vs. NTX Rayados (Texas) 3-1 
REPLAY
Dutch Lions FC Soccer Facility; Conroe, Texas
May 10 FC Wichita (NPSL) vs. Azteca FC (Colo.) 1-0 (a.e.t.)
REPLAY
Stryker Soccer Compex; Wichita, Kan.
May 10 Des Moines Menace (PDL) vs. AFC Cleveland (NPSL) 1-3
REPLAY
Valley Stadium; West Des Moines, Iowa
May 10 Tulsa Athletic (NPSL) vs. Oklahoma City Energy U23 (PDL) 1-1 (2-4 PKs)
REPLAY
Hurricane Soccer & Track Stadium; Tulsa, Okla.
May 10 Sonoma County Sol (NPSL) vs. Anahuac FC (Nev.) 1-1 (4-5 PKs) Casa Grande High School; Petaluma, Calif.
May 10 Albion SC Pros (NPSL) vs. Chula Vista FC (Calif.) 2-3 
REPLAY
Mission Bay High School; San Diego, Calif.
May 10 FC Golden State Force (PDL) vs. Outbreak FC (Calif.) 2-0
REPLAY
Citrus College; Glendora, Calif.
May 10 Fresno Fuego (PDL) vs. La Máquina FC (Calif.) 4-1
REPLAY
Chukchansi Park; Fresno, Calif.
May 10 Ventura County Fusion (PDL) vs. Moreno Valley Fútbol Club (Calif.) 1-2 Ventura College Sportsplex; Ventura, Calif.
May 10 FC Tucson (PDL) vs. Colorado Rush (Colo.) 3-1
REPLAY
Kino North Stadium; Tucson, Ariz.
May 10 OSA FC (NPSL) vs. Sounders FC U-23 (PDL) 0-0 (5-3 PKs) 
REPLAY
Seattle High School Memorial Stadium; Seattle, Wash.
May 10 L.A. Wolves FC (Calif.) vs. San Diego Zest (PDL) 4-2 
REPLAY
Azusa Pacific University Soccer Field; Azusa, Calif.
May 12  Chicago FC United (PDL) vs. Grand Rapids FC (NPSL)
1-0
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Wheaton College – Joe Bean Stadium; Wheaton, Ill. 

2017 LAMAR HUNT U.S. OPEN CUP OPEN DIVISION LOCAL QUALIFYING SCHEDULE

Second Qualifying Round

Date

Game

Time

Venue

Oct. 16 West Chester United SC (Pa.) at Christos FC (Md.) 0-1 Troy Park; Elkridge, Md.
Oct. 16 GPS Omens (Mass.) at Newtown Pride FC (Conn.) 3-1 Newtown High School; Newtown, Conn.
Oct. 16 Aromas Café FC (Va.) at Tartan Devils Oak Avalon (Pa.) 1-3 Rooney Field; Pittsburgh, Pa.
Oct. 16 Lansdowne Bhoys (N.Y.) at FC Motown (N.J.) 2-3 Torpey Athletic Complex; Bridgewater, N.J.
Oct. 22 Oakland County FC (Mich.) at Minneapolis City SC (Minn.) 1-1, 1-2 AET National Sports Center – Field U2; Blaine, Minn.
Oct. 22 Azteca FC (Colo.) at Harpo’s FC (Colo.) 2-1
Dicks Sporting Goods Park Field 8; Commerce City; Colo.
Oct. 22 Boca Raton Football Club (Fla.) at Hurricane FC (Fla.) 4-1 Caloosa Park Field 3; Boynton Beach, Fla.
Oct. 22 Junior Lone Star FC (Pa.) at Brick Lions FC (N.J.) 3-2 Pinewood Park; Brick; N.J.
Oct. 22 Motagua New Orleans (La.) at NTX Rayados (Texas) 0-2 Premier Park; Balch Springs, Texas
Oct. 22 Ozzy’s Laguna FC (Calif.) at Moreno Valley Fútbol Club (Calif.) 0-6 Moreno Valley Community Park; Moreno Valley, Calif.
Oct. 22 Colorado Rush (Colo.) at IPS/Marathon Taverna (Ore.) 4-0 Delta Park; Portland, Ore.
Oct. 22 Chula Vista FC (Calif.) at FC Hasental (Calif.) 4-1 Oak Park High School; Oak Park, Calif.
Oct. 23 Red Force FC (Fla.) at Uruguay Kendall FC (Fla.) 2-2, 3-2 AET
Tropical Park Stadium; Miami, Fla.
Oct. 23 Outbreak FC (Calif.) at SFV Scorpions SC (Calif.) 2-1 College of the Canyon; Santa Clarita, Calif.
Oct. 23 El Farolito (Calif.) at Strikers FC South Coast (Calif.) 2-1 Lake Forest Sports Park Field A; Lake Forest, Calif.
Oct. 23 MF 10 (Nev.) at Anahuac FC (Nev.) 0-2 Las Vegas Sportspark; Las Vegas, Nev.
Oct. 30 Santa Ana Winds FC (Calif.) at La Máquina FC (Calif.) 0-3
Orange County Great Park – Field 1; Irvine, Calif.
Nov. 13 L.A. Wolves FC (Calif.) at Inland Empire FC (Calif.) 9-2 Rancho Jurupa Regional Sports Park; Jurupa, Calif.

Teams with byes from First Qualifying Round (8): Aromas Café FC (Va.); Boca Raton Football Club (Fla.); IPS/Marathon Taverna (Ore.); Minneapolis City SC (Minn.); MF 10 (Nev.); Motagua New Orleans (La.); Tartan Devils Oak Avalon (Pa.); Uruguay Kendall FC (Fla.)

First Qualifying Round

Date

Game

Time/Result

Venue

Sept. 10 Brick Lions FC (N.J.) at Vereinigung Erzgebirge (Pa.) 5-2 Vereinigung Erzgebirge; Warminster, Pa.
Sept. 10 Dulles Sportsplex Aegean Hawks FC (Md.) at Christos FC (Md.) 1-1, 1-3 AET Troy Park; Elkridge, Md.
Sept. 10 Salone FC (Pa.) at West Chester United SC (Pa.) 1-2 West Chester United SC Turf Field; West Chester, Pa.
Sept. 10 New York Pancyprian Freedoms (N.Y.) at Lansdowne Bhoys (N.Y.) 2-2, 2-3 AET Tibbetts Brooke Park; Yonkers, N.Y.
Sept. 11 Newtown Pride FC (Conn.) at Newport FC (R.I.) 2-0 (forfeit) Gardiner Seveney Field; Portsmouth, R.I.
Sept. 11 GPS Omens (Mass.) at Southie FC (Mass.) 4-2 Madison Park; Roxbury Crossing, Mass.
Sept. 11 New York Greek American SC (N.Y.) at FC Motown (N.J.) 0-2 (forfeit) Torpey Athletic Complex; Bridgewater, N.J.
Sept. 11 Rising Stars FC (Pa.) at Junior Lone Star FC (Pa.) 1-5 YSC Soccer Stadium; Wayne, Pa.
Sept. 17 Moreno Valley Fútbol Club (Calif.) at HD Rush FC (Calif.) 5-1 University Preparatory School; Victorville, Calif.
Sept. 17 Colorado Rovers (Colo.) at Harpo’s FC (Colo.) 0-2 Dicks Sporting Goods Park; Commerce City, Colo.
Sept. 17 Valley United SC (Calif.) at SFV Scorpions SC (Calif.) 1-3 Heritage Christian School; North Hills, Calif.
Sept. 17 Del Rey City Soccer Club (Calif.) at FC Hasental (Calif.) 2-3 Del Sol Stadium; Oxnard, Calif.
Sept. 17 Celtic Cowboys Premier (Texas) at NTX Rayados (Texas) 0-7 Premier Park; Balch Springs, Texas
Sept. 17 Azteca FC (Colo.) at FC Denver (Colo.) 3-1 Aurora Sports Park; Aurora, Colo.
Sept. 17 Orange County FC (Calif.) at La Máquina FC (Calif.) 0-3 Rancho Jurupa Regional Sports Park; Jurupa, Calif.
Sept. 17 Avalanche USA FC (Calif.) at Inland Empire FC (Calif.) 2-3 Colton High School; Colton, Calif.
Sept. 17 OC Crew Soccer Club (Calif.) at Ozzy’s Laguna FC (Calif.) 1-2 Santa Ana Stadium; Santa Ana, Calif.
Sept. 18 Davis Legacy (Calif.) at El Farolito (Calif.) 1-2 Boxer Stadium; San Francisco, Calif.
Sept. 18 Hurricane FC (Fla.) at Miami Dade FC (Fla.) 2-0 (forfeit) Tropical Park Stadium; Miami, Fla.
Sept. 18 Red Force FC (Fla.) at Miami Nacional Soccer Club (Fla.) 3-0 Lauderhill Sports Complex; Lauderhill, Fla.
Sept. 18 Outbreak FC (Calif.) at Buena Park FC (Calif.) 5-0 John F. Kennedy High School; La Palma, Calif.
Sept. 18 FC Boulder (Colo.) at Colorado Rush (Colo.) 0-3 Addenbrooke Soccer Complex; Lakewood, Colo.
Sept. 18 Ann Arbor FC (Mich.) at Oakland County FC (Mich.) 1-3 Stoney Creek High School; Rochester Hills, Mich.
Sept. 18 L.A. Wolves FC (Calif.) at Real Sociedad Royals (Calif.) 4-1 St. John Bosco Football Stadium; Bellflower, Calif.
Sept. 18 AC Brea Steaua (Calif.) at Strikers FC South Coast (Calif.) 0-11 Lake Forest Sports Park; Lake Forest, Calif.
Sept. 18 La Habra City FC (Calif.) at Santa Ana Winds FC (Calif.) 0-5 Colton High School; Colton, Calif.
Sept. 18 Las Vegas High Rollers SC (Nev.) at Anahuac FC (Nev.) 0-2 (forfeit) Kellogg Zaher Soccer Complex; Las Vegas, Nev.
Sept. 18 Chula Vista FC (Calif.) at Frontera United (Ariz.) 5-1 Desert Sun Stadium; Yuma, Ariz.
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