2007 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup bracket

Posted on 01. Nov, 2007 by Josh Hakala in 2007, 2007 US Open Cup bracket, USOC brackets

CLICK THE HEADLINE ABOVE TO VIEW THE BRACKET. The New England Revolution lift their first trophy in club history with a 3-2 win over F.C. Dallas at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Tex. Pat Noonan capped off an outstanding tournament with a goal and two assists in the Final to earn two Player of the Round awards (Semifinals, Final) and was an easy choice as the Player of the Tournament. It was only the third time in the Professional Era (1995 – present) that the road team was victorious in the championship game.

2007 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup results

Posted on 04. Oct, 2007 by Josh Hakala in 2007

Click the article title for a list of results of the 2007 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.

We are currently in the process of moving all of the historical information from the old site. It’s been more time consuming than we originally anticipated, so please bear with us.

2007 Final: First time for everything; Revolution win first trophy, 3-2 over FC Dallas

Posted on 03. Oct, 2007 by in 2007, Final, Recaps

2007 Final: First time for everything; Revolution win first trophy, 3-2 over FC Dallas

Pat Noonan scored a goal and assisted on two others to help the New England Revolution win their first U.S. Open Cup title, and their first championship of any kind in the club’s 12-year history. The Revolution defeated FC Dallas 3-2 to win the Open Cup at Pizza Hut Park, a stadium where they’ve lost the last two MLS Cup championships.

2007 Semifinals: FC Dallas headed to Final after OT battle with Seattle

Posted on 04. Sep, 2007 by in 2007, Recaps, Semifinals

2007 Semifinals: FC Dallas headed to Final after OT battle with Seattle

For the second time in three years, FC Dallas will return to the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup Final after a 2-1 overtime win against the USL First Division’s Seattle Sounders. In front of over 10,000 fans at Qwest Field in Seattle, the second-biggest crowd in modern Sounders history, the two teams battled to a scoreless draw at the end of regulation. The best scoring chance of the evening came in the second half when Seattle defender Taylor Graham nodded a corner kick delivery toward goal, and had it rattle off the crossbar.

2007 Semifinals: Noonan’s OT goal puts 10-man Revolution past 9-man RailHawks

Posted on 04. Sep, 2007 by in 2007, Recaps, Semifinals

2007 Semifinals: Noonan’s OT goal puts 10-man Revolution past 9-man RailHawks

Pat Noonan’s goal in the fourth minute of extra time was enough to earn the New England Revolution their second trip to the U.S. Open Cup final with a 2-1 win over the Carolina RailHawks. The visitors struck first in the 6th minute when Anthony Maher scored on a pass from Johnny Steele. New England would equalize in first-half stoppage time, as Jeff Larentowicz tallied on a diving header on an assist from Noonan.