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2017 SCHEDULE Aug. 16, 2017


Overall: 13-9-7 (W-L-D) | USL: 8-8-7 (31 pts.)
Home: 10-3-5 | Road: 3-6-2 FC CINCINNATI FACES OFF AGAINST RED BULLS II
Non-League: 5-1-0

DATE OPPONENT TIME (ET)/RESULT FC Cincinna! at New York Red Bulls II


2/19 +vs. OKC Energy FC L, 2-3 Aug. 19 | 4:00 PM ET | Montclair State Univ.
2/22 +vs. Chicago Fire L, 2-3 TV: WSTR
2/25 +vs. O!awa Fury FC T, 1-1 Video: USL YouTube
3/4 +at Sacramento Republic T, 2-2 Radio: ESPN1530
3/11 +at University of Cincinna" W, 2-0
3/17 +at Xavier University W, 3-2 UPCOMING
3/25 at Charleston Ba!ery L, 1-2 FCC travels to Harrison, New Jersey to match up with the
4/1 at Pi!sburgh Riverhounds W, 1-0 New York Red Bulls II for the rst "me during the 2017 sea-
4/9 at Bethlehem Steel FC L, 0-2 son. Game "me at MSU Soccer Park is set for 4 p.m.
4/15 SAINT LOUIS FC W, 4-0 The Orange and Blue have a quick turnaround as they play
4/19 TAMPA BAY T, 1-1 host to the O!awa Fury on Wed., Aug. 23 at Nippert in a 7:30
4/22 LOUISVILLE CITY FC T, 1-1 p.m. match.
4/29 at Bethlehem Steel FC L, 0-1 FC Cincinna" (8-8-7, 31 pts.) sits seventh overall in the East-
5/6 at Richmond Kickers T, 1-1 ern Conference standings, while the New York Red Bulls II are
5/13 ORLANDO CITY B L, 0-2 just one spot behind FCC in eighth with an 8-11-4 record and
5/17 ^AFC CLEVELAND W, 1-0 28 points.
5/20 BETHLEHEM STEEL FC W, 2-1
5/27 TORONTO FC II W, 1-0 FCC FAN SHOW
5/31 ^LOUISVILLE CITY FC W, 1-0 The Toyota FCC Fan Show returns tonight from 6:00 - 7:00
6/3 at Rochester Rhinos L, 0-1 p.m. at the Moerlein Lager House.
6/10 CHARLOTTE INDEPENDENCE T, 1-1 Tommy Gelehrter will be without co-host Mo Egger tonight
6/14 ^COLUMBUS CREW W, 1-0 and welcomes midelder Kenney Walker and defender Ma!
6/17 CHARLESTON BATTERY T, 2-2 Bahner, who will both be on loca"on to recap last night's U.S.
6/24 SAINT LOUIS FC W, 2-0 Open Cup seminal as well as preview the upcoming trip to
6/28 ^CHICAGO FIRE SC W, 0-0 (3-1) New York Red Bulls II.
7/1 at Orlando City B T, 1-1 The show is aired live on ESPN1530.
7/6 at Tampa Bay Rowdies L, 0-2
7/9 RICHMOND KICKERS W, 2-0 NEW YORK RED BULLS HALT FCCS CUP RUN
7/15 at Louisville City FC W, 3-2 FC Cincinna"s Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup run ended on Tues.
7/22 HARRISBURG CITY W, 3-0 evening at Nippert Stadium as the New York Red Bulls topped
7/24 *VALENCIA CF L, 0-2 the Orange and Blue 3-2 in extra "me during the seminal
7/29 ROCHESTER RHINOS L, 2-3 round.
8/2 ^at Miami FC W, 1-0 FCCs Corben Bone (31) and Aus"n Berry (62) tallied a pair
8/5 ORLANDO CITY B T, 2-2 of goals to take a 2-0 advantage over New York and held the
8/12 at Louisville City FC L, 0-5 Red Bulls scoreless un"l the 75th minute as Gonzalo Veron
8/15 ^NEW YORK RED BULLS L, 2-3 and Bradley Wright-Phillips (78) each found the back of the
8/19 at New York Red Bulls II 4:00 PM net within a three-minute span to even the match.
8/23 OTTAWA FURY FC 7:30 PM Despite solid a!empts in extra minutes by Marco Dominguez
9/2 PITTSBURGH RIVERHOUNDS 4:00 PM and Kevin Schindler to take the match into penalty kicks, New
9/12 at Harrisburg City 6:30 PM Yorks Wright-Phillips notched the game-winning score in
9/16 NEW YORK RED BULLS II 7:00 PM the 101st minute to advance the team to the championship
9/23 at Saint Louis FC 8:30 PM match against Spor"ng KC.
9/29 at Charlo!e Independence 7:30 PM The New York Red Bulls are now 2-3 all-"me in the Cup
10/8 at O!awa Fury FC 2:00 PM semis.
10/14 at Toronto FC II 7:30 PM
+ Preseason matches | Home games in BOLD| ^ US Open Cup match |
*Interna"onal Friendly
BY THE NUMBERS
2017 PRESEASON STATS The New York Red Bulls pair of goals were the rst allowed in regu-
laon me by FC Cincinna during its Cup match run.
VS. OKC ENERGY In addion, the Orange and Blue held opponents scoreless for 585
Name Goal Assist Time consecuve minutes in six matches, a modern-era tournament
Daryl Fordyce 1 14th record.
Ausn Berry 1 89th Bone and Berry each added their rst score of the 2017 season
Djiby 1 14th during the seminal round match against NYRB.
Jimmy McLaughlin 1 89th FCCs sold out, 33,250 aendance mark was the second-largest
crowd to watch a U.S. Open Cup match and the largest for an o-
VS. CHICAGO FIRE cial FCC match.
Name Goal Assist Time Tues. nights aendance also topped the previous second-largest
Djiby 1 88th crowd (32,287) for a Cup match, which was previously set by FC
Kenney Walker 1 90th Cincinnas contest against the Chicago Fire at Nippert Stadium.
Paul Nicholson 1 88th
FCC IN AUGUST
VS. OTTAWA FURY The Orange and Blue have faced a dicult span as they are 0-2-1
Name Goal Assist Time through its last three matches, with its last USL victory coming from
Djiby 1 45th a 3-0 shutout against Harrisburg City at Nippert on July 22.
Tyler Polak 1 45th FCC gave up ve goals for the rst me in club history in a shutout
loss at Louisville City last weekend.
VS. SACRAMENTO REPUBLIC LouCity FC wins the River Cies Cup by virtue of goal dierenal as
Name Goal Assist Time the series ended at 1-1-1.
Aodhan Quinn 1
Harrison Delbridge 1 90+ ABOUT THE NEW YORK RED BULLS II
Casey Townsend 1 90+ The Red Bulls sit just one spot behind FC Cincinna but are ed in
wins with eight apiece.
VS. UC New York is 1-1-1 through its previous three matches with a 2-1
Name Goal Assist Time victory over the Rochester Rhinos in its most recent win.
Djiby 1 29th On the road, New York is 1-5-4 during the 2017 campaign.
Andrew Wiedeman 1 66th Brandon Allen tops the NYRBII depth chart with nine goals and
Aodhan Quinn 1 29th ranks eighth in the USL for regular season goals scored.
Midelder Vincent Bezecourts eight assists are ed with Renos
VS. XAVIER Wehan for the most in the league. Bezecourt has also chipped in six
Name Goal Assist Time scores through 18 starts.
Harrison Delbridge 1 22nd
Andrew Wiedeman 1 22nd
Aodhan Quinn 1 48th
Andrew Wiedeman 1 48th
Djiby 1 63rd
Ma Bahner 1 63rd

SCORING LEADERS
Name Goal Assist Points
Djiby 4 1 9
Aodhan Quinn 2 1 5
Harrison Delbridge 2 4
Andrew Wiedeman 1 2 4

#RISETOGETHER
HEAD COACH 2017 ROSTER
ALAN KOCH
NO. NAME POS HT WT AGE HOMETOWN
Alan Koch joined FC Cincinna as the 1 Mitch Hildebrandt GK 61 187 28 Livonia, MI
Director of Scoung and Analycs 2 Ma$ Bahner D 60 175 26 Cincinna, OH
and Assistant Coach in December 3 Tyler Polak D 58 155 24 Lincoln, NE
2016, before being named the clubs 4 Harrison Delbridge D 64 205 24 Sydney, Australia
5 Aodhan Quinn MF 60 175 24 San Diego, CA
second Head Coach in February 2017.
6 Kenney Walker MF 59 170 27 Wicklie, OH
7 Kadeem Dacres F 59 158 25 Queens, NY
Koch spent two seasons as the head coach of Vancou- 8 Paul Nicholson MF 510 182 30 Whitehaven, England
ver Whitecaps FC 2, taking the team from eight wins in 9 Djiby F 60 181 31 This, Senegal
2015 to 12 victories this season with a sixth-place n- 10 Eric Stevenson MF 58 160 26 Columbus, OH
ish in the standings. In 2016 WFC2 won their rst-ever 11 Danni Knig F 62 170 30 Tingbjerg, Denmark
playo match against Colorado Springs Switchbacks 12 Aaron Walker MF 511 165 26 Woodstock, GA
FC, logging a come-from-behind 2-1 decision and then 13 Crisan Marnez MF 57 174 20 Panama City, Panama
posted a 3-2 win over Oklahoma City Energy FC to ad- 15 Pat McMahon D 511 160 30 Bolingbrook, IL
16 Kyle Greig F 62 188 27 Olathe, KS
vance to the Western Conference nal before falling to
19 Corben Bone MF 59 150 28 Plano, TX
USL Cup nalists, Swope Park Rangers. 20 Jimmy McLaughlin MF 58 150 23 Malvern, PA
21 Marco Dominguez MF 511 163 21 Montreal, Quebec
Koch is originally from Durban, South Africa and ma- 22 Ausn Berry D 62 185 28 Cincinna, OH
triculated from Westville Boys High School. Prior to 23 Andrew Wiedeman F 511 165 27 San Ramon, CA
joining the Whitecaps he coached at Simon Fraser Uni- 26 Garre$ Hal%ill D 62 185 24 Virginia Beach, VA
versity (SFU) for seven seasons, compiling a record of 27 Dan Williams GK 63 188 28 Boston, MA
126-21-7 and becoming the quickest coach in program 30 Dallas Jaye GK 60 175 23 Danville, CA
history to reach 100 victories. During his tenure at SFU, 32 Jusn Hoyte D 510 165 32 London, England
51 Sem de Wit D 61 183 22 Harderwijk, Netherlands
his teams won four Great Northwest Athlec Confer-
70 Kevin Schindler F 63 174 29 Bremen, Germany
ence (GNAC) championships, two Division II regional 74 Ml Temguia D 62 190 21 Darmstadt, Germany
tles and advanced to the NCAA Division II Final Four 99 Josu D 56 143 24 Girona, Spain
twice. He was voted the Conference Coach of the Year
six consecuve years and led his team to a NCAA Top HEAD COACH: Alan Koch
10 ranking every year. ASSISTANT COACH: Yoann Damet
GOALKEEPER COACH: David Schureck
An All-American at SFU, Koch played professionally ATHLETIC TRAINER: Aaron Powell
in the South African rst division with Reservoir Hills TEAM MANAGER: Teddy Kerr
United. He also signed with Preussen Krefeld in the
German fourth division, adding a snt with Limerick FC Pronuncia!on Guide
in Irelands rst division. Before beginning his profes- 2 Ma$ Bahner ............................................... BAY-ner
sional career, Koch was a member of the South African 3 Tyler Polak .................................................. PO-lock
Olympic Team and captained the South African School- 5 Aodhan Quinn ............................................ AYE-din
boys team. 7 Kadeem Dacres ..........................................DAY-kers
9 Djiby ........................................................... JEE-bee
Koch graduated with his bachelors degree from SFU 11 Danni Knig ............................................ KUH-neg
in 2000 and completed his masters degree in human 13 Crisan Marnez ..............................KRIS-tee-ahn
resources from Midwestern State University in 2005. 16 Kyle Greig..................................................... GREG
Koch and his wife, Amy, and daughter, Aurora, current- 20 Jimmy McLaughlin ........................ muh-GLOCK-lin
ly reside in North Vancouver, Brish Columbia. 23 Andrew Wiedeman...........................WEE-da-man
32 Jusn Hoyte ..................................................HOYT
Koch holds an NSCAA Premier Diploma with disnc- 50 Sem de Wit ......................................... SEM da VIT
on, a Canadian B license, various South African li- 74 Ml Temguia ................... meh-LAY tem-GHEE-ah
censes, a UEFA B badge and is recently completed 99 Josu.............................................................JO-sue
both his UEFA A through the Irish Football Associa- Alan Koch....................................................... KAW-ch
on, and the Canadian A license. Yoann Damet ....................................YO-ahn DA-meh

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TV/RADIO ROSTER
1 2 3 4 5 6

Mitch HILDEBRANDT Ma! BAHNER Tyler POLAK Harrison DELBRIDGE Aodhan QUINN Kenny WALKER
GK |61|175 D | 60 | 175 D | 58|155 D | 64|205 MF | 60 |175 MF | 59| 170
Livonia, MI Cincinna", OH Lincoln, NE Sydney, Australia San Diego, CA Wicklie, OH

7 8 9 10 11 12

Kadeem DACRES Paul NICHOLSON DJIBY Eric STEVENSON Danni KNIG Aaron WALKER
F | 59| 158 MF |510|182 F | 62| 181 MF | 58|160 F | 62|170 MF |511| 165
Queens, NY Whitehaven, England Theis, Senegal Columbus, OH Tingbjerg, Denmark Woodstock, GA

15 16 19 20 21 22

Pat McMAHON Kyle GREIG Corben BONE Jimmy McLAUGHLIN Marco DOMINGUEZ Aus"n BERRY
D | 511|160 F | 62|188 MF | 59|150 MF| 58|150 MF | 511| 163 D |62|185
Bolingbrook, IL Olathe, KS Plano, TX Malvern, PA Montreal, Canada Cincinna", OH

23 26 27 30 32 51

Andrew WIEDEMAN Garre! HALFHILL Dan WILLIAMS Dallas JAYE Jus"n HOYTE Sem de WIT
F | 511|165 D | 6'2|185 GK | 63|188 GK |60|175 D |5'10|165 D | 6'1"|183
San Ramon, CA Virginia Beach, VA Bridgewater, NJ Danville, CA London, England Harderwijk, Neth.

70 74 99

Kevin SCHINDLER Ml TEMGUIA JOSU Alan KOCH Yoann DAMET


F | 6'3"|174 D |62|190 D | 56| 143 Head Coach Assistant Coach
Bremen, Germany Darmstadt, Germany Girona, Spain
STARTING LINEUP BY GAME
DATE STARTING XI
Mar. 25 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Polak Bahner K. Walker Quinn McLaughlin Fordyce Wiedeman Djiby

Apr. 1 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Polak Bahner K. Walker Quinn McLaughlin Dacres Wiedeman Djiby

Apr. 9 Hildebrandt Delbridge Nicholson Hoyte Bahner K. Walker Quinn McLaughlin Dacres Wiedeman Djiby

Apr. 15 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Polak Bahner K. Walker Quinn Bone Dacres Mansaray Djiby

Apr. 19 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Polak Bahner K. Walker McLaughlin Bone Dacres Wiedeman Djiby

Apr. 22 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Polak Bahner K. Walker Quinn Bone Mansaray McLaughlin Djiby

Apr. 29 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Polak Bahner K. Walker Fordyce Bone Dacres Wiedeman McLaughlin

May 6 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Polak Bahner Fordyce Quinn Bone Martinez Weideman McLaughlin

May 13 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Polak Bahner Fordyce Quinn Bone Dacres Knig McLaughlin

May 17^ Jaye Delbridge Luke McMahon Halfhill Nicholson Dominguez Stevenson Mansaray Wiedeman Djiby
May 20 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Polak Bahner Fordyce Quinn Bone Dacres Knig McLaughlin

May 27 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Polak Bahner Fordyce Quinn Bone Dacres Knig McLaughlin

May 31^ Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Hoyte Bahner Wiedeman Quinn Bone Dacres Wiedeman McLaughlin

Jun. 3 Jaye Halfhill McMahon Polak Nicholson K. Walker Dominguez Mansaray Fordyce Wiedeman Knig

Jun. 10 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Hoyte Bahner K. Walker Quinn Bone Dacres Knig McLaughlin

Jun. 17 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Nicholson Hoyte K. Walker Josu Bone McLaughlin Knig Djiby

Jun. 24 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Nicholson Bahner K. Walker Polak Bone Wiedeman Fall McLaughlin
Jun. 28^ Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Hoyte Bahner Josu Quinn Dominguez Dacres Knig Stevenson

Jul. 1 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Nicholson Bahner K. Walker Polak Bone McLaughlin Wiedeman Djiby

Jul. 6 Hildebrandt Halfhill Berry Nicholson Josu K. Walker Quinn Hoyte Dacres Wiedeman Knig

Jul. 9 Hildebrandt Hoyte Berry Nicholson Bahner K. Walker Polak Bone Wiedeman Djiby McLaughlin

Jul. 15 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Hoyte Bahner K. Walker Polak Bone Wiedeman Djiby McLaughlin

Jul. 22 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Hoyte Bahner K. Walker Josu Bone Wiedeman Djiby Knig

Jul. 24* Hildebrandt Halfhill De Wit Nicholson McMahon A. Walker Quinn Dominguez McLaughlin Dacres Greig

July 29 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Hoyte Bahner K. Walker Josu Bone Wiedeman Djiby McLaughlin

Aug. 2^ Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry Hoyte de Wit K. Walker Quinn Bone Schindler Djiby Knig

Aug. 5 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry de Wit Bahner Josu Quinn Bone Wiedeman Greig McLaughlin

Aug. 12 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry de Wit Josu K. Walker Schindler Bone Wiedeman Greig Djiby

Aug. 15 Hildebrandt Delbridge Berry de Wit Bahner K. Walker Quinn Bone Hoyte Wiedeman Knig

Aug. 19

Aug. 23

Sept. 2

Sept. 12

Sept. 16

Sept. 23

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FCC GOAL SUMMARY 5/27 vs. Toronto FC II Odisnel Cooper.
3/25 at Charleston Baery 18th: Danni Knig (Tyler Polak)
59th: Djiby (Andrew Wiedeman) A!er going o the eld to have a cut 6/24 vs. Saint Louis FC
Header o the cross from Wiedeman s%tched on his head in the 16th minute, 7th: Own goal by STLFC
Knig sprinted back onto the eld and A shot by Andrew Wiedeman sent in
4/1 at Pisburgh Riverhounds put himself on the end of a service from was determined to be an own goal by
55th: Djiby (Andrew Wiedeman) Tyler Polak, heading in the only goal A.J. Cochran to give FCC the game-win
Pass curled in from the le! side to nd of the game. The goal was the third ning score.
the streaking Djiby straight by Knig, who has FCC's last 66th: Danni Knig (Jimmy McLaughlin)
three goals. Danni Knig put away an insurance goal
4/15 vs. Saint Louis FC a!er coming o the bench in the 64th
35th: Djiby (Ma# Bahner) 5/31 vs. Louisville City FC^ minute as he took a pass from Jimmy
Header o the cross from Bahner, right 49th: Djiby McLaughlin and slid the ball past Adam
ank An Aodhan Quinn corner kick caromed Grinwis. FCC posted their second
45+: Djiby (Harrison Delbridge) o the chest of a Louisville City FC shutout against Saint Louis FC and in
Failed clearance, ball kept in by FCC, defender towards the goal, forcing creased their scoring margin to 10-2 all-
Delbridge header to Djiby, who turned and Greg Ranjitsingh to make a diving save %me in the series.
le!-footed the ball past keeper. but Djiby was in posi%on to jump on the
48th: Djiby (Corben Bone) rebound the put the ball in the back 6/28: vs. Chicago Fire SC
Bone draws goalie, slips pass to Djiby for of the net for his eighth goal of the year In a match that can be considered
the score and second in Cup ac%on. a "classic", FCC downed their second
62nd: Djiby (Kenney Walker) MLS side a!er bea%ng the Fire 3-1 in
Walker glides down right side of the eld 6/10 vs. Charloe Independence penalty kicks. The teams played 120
icks in a pass to connect with Djiby. 45th: Jus%n Hoyte minutes of shutout soccer to set the
Working a give-and-go with Corben scene for try. Josu, Harrison Delbridge
4/19 vs. Tampa Bay Rowdies Bone, Jus%n Hoyte jumped on a carom and Jimmy McLaughlin all buried their
59th: Harrison Delbridge (Kenney Walker) o a Charlo#e defender and buried a chances for FCC while Bas%an Schwein
O corner kick, Delbridge with the height goal in the lower right-hand corner from steiger sent his PK down the middle for
advantage, heads the ball home. just outside of the six-yard box to post Chicago's lone tally. Mitch Hildebrandt
his rst goal for FCC. The goal erased a turned away Nemanja Nikolic, Arturo
4/22 vs. Louisville City FC 1-0, rst-half decit and the two teams Alvarez and Juninho to seal the win.
78th: Aodhan Quinn (Corben Bone) would end in a 1-1 %e. Hoyte would
Bone intercepts a pass in the box and slips become the sixth player to record a goal 7/1: vs. Orlando City B
the ball to Quinn, who turns and scores. this season for the club. 16th: Djiby (Andrew Wiedeman)
Djiby and Andrew Wiedeman connected
5/6 at Richmond Kickers 6/14 vs. Columbus Crew SC for the fourth %me this season to
70th: Jimmy McLaughlin (Ma# Bahner) 64th: Djiby (Jus%n Hoyte) erase a one-goal OCB lead in the 16th
Bahner works give-and-go with Kadeem Djiby scored the game-winning goal in minute. Wiedeman received the long
Dacres, takes ball towards end line, cuts the third straight U.S. Open Cup match pass from Jimmy McLaughlin and found
back and passes to McLaughlin, top of 6 with a header that popped the ball in a streaking Djiby, who le!-footed the
yard box the upper right corner and pushed FCC ball into the net for his eight USL goal
to a 1-0 win over Columbus Crew SC. and 11th overall.
5/17 vs. AFC Cleveland
116th: Djiby header (Andrew Wiedeman) 6/17 vs. Charleston Baery 7/9: vs. Richmond Kickers
Wiedeman cross into the box for Djiby. 4th: Djiby (Harrison Delbridge) 3rd: Djiby (Kenney Walker)
The striker scored his 10th overall goal Kenney Walker sent a long pass to Djiby,
5/20 vs. Bethlehem Steel FC of the season and seventh in USL play, who played the ball o his chest and put
18th: Danni Knig (Jimmy McLaughlin) pu&ng away the fastest goal in FCC's it cleanly into the net for his ninth USL
Knig split a pair of Steel FC defenders and short history with a tally in the 4th goal. With the goal, Djiby is in a four-way
headed the ball in the back of the net. minute. %e for fourth in the USL. The assist was
52nd: Danni Knig 80th: Andrew Wiedeman (Josu) Walker's third of the season and he %ed
Knig secured the brace a!er taking a pass Andrew Wiedeman scored his rst goal for rst on the team with Andrew Wiede-
from Kadeem Dacres. The striker launched of the season to level the match in the man.
a shot that was blocked by a Steel FC 80th minute. The game-tying play was 89th:Aodhan Quinn (PK)
defender but collected the ball quickly, side ini%ated by Josu, who sent the pass into Danni Knig worked the ball into the
stepped and red again for his second goal the box to Weideman. The San Ramon, Richmond box and a Kicker defender
of the season. Calif. na%ve played the rst touch, was called for the handball, se&ng the
icked a second into the air and then scene for Quinn, who stepped up to take
headed the ball down before nishing the kick. He buried the rst a#empt but
with a le!-footed blast past keeper FCC was called for entering the area too

#RISETOGETHER
Goal Summary (cont.) Kenney Walker for a second straight USL TEAM OF THE WEEK
game. Walker sent a long pass to space,
early. However, the midelder was un drawing out Tomas Gomez to the top of Week 2: Djiby
fazed and put away the second a!empt. the box but McLaughlin chipped the ball Week 4: Djiby - Player of the Week
past Gomez and into the open net. Ma! Bahner
7/15: at Louisville City FC 86th: Danni Knig (PK)
Week 7: Jimmy McLaughlin
16th: Djiby Knig converted a penalty kick, the third
Djiby erased a 1-0 LouCity lead, a#er issued in the game to bring FCC to with Week 9: Danni Knig
pu$ng away a mishandled ball by Greg in one. Week 10: Tyler Polak
Ranjitsingh. The goalie came out to Week 12: Jusn Hoyte
intercept a cross by Jimmy McLaughlin 8/2 at Miami FC Week 14: Kenney Walker
but was unable to hold onto the ball and 68th: Djiby (Jusn Hoyte) Jimmy McLaughlin
Djiby swiveled with a waist high kick to Who else but Djiby? The Senegalese for Week 15: Djiby
put it in the back of the net. ward icked in a short pass from Jusn Week 17: Josu
55th: Harrison Delbridge (Josu) Hoyte, who locked down his second assist Harrison Delbridge
Harrison Delbridge scored the in U.S. Open Cup acon. Hoyte sparked
Week 18: Djiby
game-winning goal, giving FCC the lead the play, beang his man down the le#
for good with a header o the corner side to and send in a pass to Djiby, Week 20: Kyle Greig
kick from Josu. The Aussie used his whose goal proved to be the eventual
height advantage in the near post and game-winner. Djiby became the rst play
buried the ball in the upper corner. er to score four-straight game-winning
77th: Danni Knig goals in the Cup's modern era.
Danni Knig completed the scoring
with a goal immediately a#er coming 8/5 vs. Orlando City B
o the bench. The Great Dane, trailing 6th: Kyle Greig (Josu)
his LouCity defender, jumped on a Kyle Greig scored his rst goal donning an
rebound o a shot from Andrew Wiede FCC uniform in the sixth minute, heading
man to put it in the middle of the goal in a pass from Jose from the right side of
for the insurance tally as Louisville the six-yard box to give FCC a 1-0 lead.
scored a late goal in stoppage me. 90+: Danni Knig
Danni Konig scored in his fourth straight
7/22 vs. Harrisburg City Islanders USL match a#er chipping in a goal in stop
33rd: Djiby page me. Kenney Walker hustled to
Djiby notched his 11th goal a#er jump get the ball into play following an oside
ing on an errant pass into space by a call on OCB. The midelder drove a pass
Harrisburg defender. Djiby beat his from one end of the turf and into the box
defender to the ball, cut back and on the other end. Knig came up with
nished the play by driving the ball in to possession and icked a right-footed a
the lower corner of the net. shot over keeper Earl Edwards.
70th: Danni Knig (Djiby)
Danni Knig scored in his second 8/15 vs. New York Red Bulls
straight game, circling back and tucking 31st: Corben Bone (Danni Knig)
in behind a defender to establish Corben Bone scored his rst goal of the
himself onside and then receiving a season with a hard right-footed shot to
through pass from Djiby before carrying give FCC the lead over the Red Bulls.
the ball and beang goalie Brandon Forward Andrew Wiedeman dribbled the
Miller in the lower right corner. The goal ball outside the top of the box and then
was the #h for Knig. passed to Danni Knig, who elded the
ball with his chest and passed to an open
85th: Jimmy McLaughlin (Kenney Walker) Bone for the score.
Jimmy McLaughlin scored his second 62nd: Ausn Berry (Kenney Walker)
goal of the year to complete the scoring, Ausn Berry also scored his rst goal of
sending home a pass from Kenney Walk the year, pushing FCC to a 2-0 lead in the
er, who notched his team-high fourth 62nd minute. Kenney Walker found Berry
assist. o a corner kick and the defender out-
jumped his man to send the ball into the
7/29: vs. Rochester Rhinos center of the net. It was the second me
29th: Jimmy McLaughlin (Kenney Walker) FCC scored twice in a U.S. Open Cup
Jimmy McLaughlin scored his third match, having beaten Indy Eleven NPSL
goal of the season to even the score 2-1 last year.
against Rochester, pairing up with

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2017 FC Cincinna Stascs | USL
Overall: 8-8-7 | Home: 6-2-5 | Away: 2-6-2 | (W-L-D)
# Player GP GS G A PTS SH SH% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT MIN
9 Fall, Djiby 16 14 11 1 23 46 0.239 26 0.565 2 0-0 1161
11 Konig, Danni 14 8 8 0 16 19 0.421 13 0.000 3 0-0 1017
20 McLaughlin, Jimmy 22 18 3 2 8 36 0.083 18 0.500 0 0-0 1642
4 Delbridge, Harrison 20 20 2 3 7 15 0.133 6 0.400 0 0-0 1797
23 Wiedeman, Andrew 22 16 1 3 5 22 0.045 11 0.500 0 0-0 1361
5 Quinn, Aodhan 15 12 2 0 4 17 0.118 7 0.412 0 1-2 1046
6 Walker, Kenney 19 18 0 4 4 9 0.000 3 0.333 0 0-0 1609
99 Josu 9 6 0 3 3 5 0.000 4 0.000 0 0-0 615
32 Hoyte, Jus!n 11 8 1 0 2 2 0.500 2 0.000 0 0-0 665
16 Greig, Kyle 4 2 1 0 2 6 0.167 3 0.500 0 0-0 201
19 Bone, Corben 20 18 0 2 2 13 0.000 5 0.000 0 0-0 1618
2 Bahner, Ma" 21 19 0 2 2 5 0.000 3 0.600 0 0-0 1738
3 Polak, Tyler 16 15 0 1 1 1 0.000 1 0.000 0 0-0 1325
7 Dacres, Kadeem 16 10 0 0 0 16 0.000 5 0.313 0 0-0 871
22 Berry, Aus!n 21 21 0 0 0 8 0.000 3 0.000 0 0-0 1799
8 Nicholson, Paul 9 7 0 0 0 1 0.000 0 0.000 0 0-0 560
26 Hal#ill, Garre" 2 2 0 0 0 1 0.000 0 0.000 0 0-0 180
21 Dominguez, Marco 4 1 0 0 0 1 0.000 0 0.000 0 0-0 144
13 Mar!nez, Cris!an 1 1 0 0 0 1 0.000 0 0.000 0 0-0 59
15 McMahon, Pat 2 1 0 0 0 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0-0 92
14 Cummings, Omar 3 0 0 0 0 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0-0 37
70 Schindler, Kyle 3 1 0 0 0 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0-0 129
51 de Wit, Sem 2 2 0 0 0 3 0.000 0 0.000 0 0 104
74 Temguia, Mele 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.128 0 0.000 0 0-0 62
Mansaray, Victor* 8 3 0 0 0 1 0.000 0 0.000 0 0-0 265
Craven, Andrew* 3 0 0 0 0 1 0.000 0 0.000 0 0-0 42
Fordyce, Daryl* 9 7 0 0 0 5 0.000 1 0.200 0 0-0 575
Total 29 21 79 227 0.128 110 0.485 5 0-0
* no longer with team
Individual player shots do not include blocked shots

Goalkeeping
# Goalie GP GS MIN GA GAA Saves Pct. W-L-T SHO
1 Hildebrandt, Mitch 22 22 1980 29 1.32 68 0.701 8-7-7 6
30 Jaye, Dallas 1 1 90 1 0 0 0.000 0-1-0 0

Goals by Period
Team 1st 2nd Total
FCC 13 17 30
OPP 14 16 30
Shots by Period (includes blocked shots)
Team 1st 2nd Total
FCC 113 170 283
OPP 133 152 285
Saves by Period
Team 1st 2nd Total
FCC 38 34 72
OPP 43 40 83
Corners by Period
Team 1st 2nd Total
FCC 41 56 97
OPP 33 52 85

Fouls by Period
FCC 147 154 301
OPP 143 156 299 #RISETOGETHER
2017 FC Cincinna Stascs | Non-League
Overall: 5-1-0 | Home: 4-1-0 | Away: 1-0-0 | (W-L-D)

No. Player GP GS G A PTS SH SH% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT Min


9 Fall, Djiby 4 4 4 0 12 24 0.17 13 0.54 4 0 371
22 Berry, Ausn 5 5 1 0 3 1 1.00 1 0.00 0 0 420
19 Bone, Corben 5 3 1 0 3 11 0.09 2 0.00 0 0 400
23 Wiedeman, Andrew 6 4 0 2 2 12 0.00 4 0.33 0 0 451
32 Hoyte, Jusn 5 4 0 2 2 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 359
6 Walker, Kenney 4 3 0 1 1 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 302
12 Konig, Danni 5 4 0 1 1 7 0.00 5 0.00 0 0 340
5 Quinn, Aodhan 5 5 0 0 0 4 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 510
4 Delbridge, Harrison 6 6 0 0 0 2 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 660
29 McLaughlin, Jimmy 4 1 0 0 0 11 0.00 7 0.64 0 0 250
7 Dacres, Kadeem 3 2 0 0 0 2 0.00 1 0.50 0 0 127
2 Bahner, Ma! 5 4 0 0 0 4 0.00 1 0.00 0 0 383
14 Cummings, Omar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 0
3 Polak, Tyler 2 1 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 104
15 McMahon, Pat 1 1 0 0 0 1 0.00 1 1.00 0 0 120
80 Mansaray, Victor 1 1 0 0 0 1 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 63
8 Nicholson, Paul 2 2 0 0 0 1 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 173
74 Teguia, Mele 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 0
26 Hal"ill, Garre! 1 1 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 120
21 Dominguez, Marco 4 2 0 0 0 1 0.00 1 0.00 0 0 229
10 Stevenson, Eric 3 2 0 0 0 4 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 145
99 Josu 1 1 0 0 0 2 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 120
16 Fordyce, Daryl * 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 0
70 Schindler, Kyle 2 1 0 0 0 1 0.00 1 0.00 0 0 111
51 de wit, Sem 2 2 0 0 0 1 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 210
24 Luke, Derek * 1 1 0 0 0 2 0.00 2 1.00 0 0 120
Total 6 6 24 88 0.07 36 0.41 4 0-0 181
*No longer on team

Goalkeeping
# Goalie GP GS MIN GA GAA Saves Pct. W-L-T SHO
1 Hildebrandt, Mitch 5 5 510 3 0 26 1.00 4-1-0 4.00
30 Jaye, Dallas 1 1 120 0 0 3 1.00 1-0-0 1.00
Goals by Period
Team 1st 2nd OT Total
FCC 1 4 1 6
OPP 0 2 1 3

Shots by Period (includes blocked shots)


Team 1st 2nd OT Total
FCC 41 35 24 100
OPP 40 46 13 99

Saves by Period
Team 1st 2nd OT Total
FCC 9 17 3 29
OPP 12 13 9 25

Corners by Period
Team 1st 2nd OT Total
FCC 4 9 9 13
OPP 17 18 9 35

Fouls by Period
Team 1st 2nd OT Total
FCC 27 29 8 56
OPP 22 19 7 41

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