2011 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup goalscoring leaders

Posted by | September 26, 2011

David Bulow tallied three for Richmond in the Kickers' 4-1 First Round win vs. Dayton Dutch Lions. (Suz Kitsteiner / RichmondKickers.com)

6 – David Bulow (Richmond Kickers)

3 – Jhonny Arteaga (FC New York)
3 – Andriy Budnyy (Wilmington Hammerheads)
3 – Matthew Delicate (Richmond Kickers)
3 – Fredy Montero (Seattle Sounders)

2 – Darren Toby (Charlotte Eagles)
2 – Orr Barouch (Chicago Fire)
2 – Dominic Oduro (Chicago Fire)
2 – Jackson (FC Dallas)
2 – Robbie Christner (Kitsap Pumas)
2 – Mehrshad Momeni (LA Blues)
2 – Jed Hohlbein (Madison 56ers)
2 – Stefan Dimitrov (NY Pancyprian Freedoms)
2 – Devorn Jorsling (Orlando City SC)
2 – Shaka Bangura (Richmond Kickers)
2 – Michael Fucito (Seattle Sounders)
2 – Luke Mulholland (Wilmington Hammerheads)

One goal each
Kordel Samuel (Brooklyn Italians)
Robbie Lovejoy (Carolina Dynamo)
Dane Kelly (Charleston Battery)
Nicki Paterson (Charleston Battery)
Diego Martins (Charlotte Eagles)
Weston Roberts (Charlotte Eagles)
Alan Sanchez (Charlotte Eagles)
Mark Beattie (Chattanooga FC)
Ivan Heredia (Chattanooga FC)
Diego Chaves (Chicago Fire)
Yamith Cuesta (Chicago Fire)
Sebastian Grazzini (Chicago Fire)
Chris Estridge (Chicago Fire PDL)
Andrew Ribeiro (Chicago Fire PDL)
Thierry Zahui (Chicago Fire PDL)
Cole Grossman (Columbus Crew)
Marvin van der Pluijm (Dayton Dutch Lions)
Bryan Byrne (Doxa Italia)
Jair Benitez (FC Dallas)
Milton Rodriguez (FC Dallas)
Ricardo Villar (FC Dallas)
Owen Morrison (FC New York)
JT Noone (Harrisburg City Islanders)
Sainey Touray (Harrisburg City Islanders)
Carlos Morales (Hollywood United)
Nik Besagno (Kitsap Pumas)
Cameron Hepple (Kitsap Pumas)
Gerardo Bravo (LA Blues)
Cesar Rivera (LA Blues)
Israel Sesay (LA Blues)
Adam Cristman (LA Galaxy)
Omar Gonzalez (LA Galaxy)
Mike Magee (LA Galaxy)
Adam Lysak (Madison 56ers)
Tenzin Rampa (Madison 56ers)
Corey Hertzog (New York Red Bulls)
John Rooney (New York Red Bulls)
Yordany Alvarez (Orlando City SC)
Dennis Chin (Orlando City SC)
Max Griffin (Orlando City SC)
Kevin Molino (Orlando City SC)
Rob Valentino (Orlando City SC)
Scott Rowling (Phoenix SC)
Jeremy Deighton (Pittsburgh Riverhounds)
Stefan Lundberg (Pittsburgh Riverhounds)
Chad Severs (Pittsburgh Riverhounds)
Jason Yeisley (Pittsburgh Riverhounds)
David Rodriguez (Reading United)
Kyle Christiansen (Real Colorado Foxes)
Sterling Copeland (Real Colorado Foxes)
Taylor Kemp (Real Colorado Foxes)
Isaiah Schafer (Real Colorado Foxes)
Craig Thompson (Real Colorado Foxes)
Jean Alexandre (Real Salt Lake)
Tony Beltran (Real Salt Lake)
Nozomi Hiroyama (Richmond Kickers)
William Yomby (Richmond Kickers)
JC Banks (Rochester Rhinos)
Tony Donatelli (Rochester Rhinos)
Anthony Hamilton (Rochester Rhinos)
Osvaldo Alonso (Seattle Sounders)
Nate Jaqua (Seattle Sounders)
Lamar Neagle (Seattle Sounders)
Teal Bunbury (Sporting Kansas City)
Kei Kamara (Sporting Kansas City)
Milos Stojcev (Sporting Kansas City)
Mark Magee (Ventura County Fusion)
Andy Rose (Ventura County Fusion)
Reed Williams (Ventura County Fusion)
Chris Banks (Wilmington Hammerheads)
Jyler Noviello (Wilmington Hammerheads)

One Comment

  • Richmond advancing this far is not only great for the USOC but great for the sport in this country as a whole. Their wins against The Columbus Crew and Sporting KC this year has written an important chapter in US Soccer history.

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