2012 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup goalscoring leaders

Posted by | May 17, 2012

Brian Shriver of the Carolina RailHawks finished as the top scorer in the 2012 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup with five goals. One of his goals was the game-winner in a 2-1 upset over the Los Angeles Galaxy. Photo: Rob Kinnan | Carolina RailHawks

5 – Brian Shriver (Carolina RailHawks)

4 – Danny Barrera (Cal FC)
4 – Osvaldo Alonso (Seattle Sounders)
4 – Francisco Lopez (Ventura County Fusion)

3 – Artur Aghasyan (Cal FC)
3 – Aly Hassan (Ft. Lauderdale Strikers)
3 – Brian Ombiji (Harrisburg City Islanders)
3 – Sainey Touray (Harrisburg City Islanders)
3 – Freddy Adu (Philadelphia Union)
3 – Sammy Ochoa (Seattle Sounders)

2 – Scott Larrabee (Aegean Hawks)
2 – Mauricio Salles (Charlotte Eagles)
2 – Nate Thornton (Charlotte Eagles)
2 – Jose Correa (Chivas USA)
2 – Cesar Romero (Chivas USA)
2 – Eli Garner (Dayton Dutch Lions)
2 – Lebogang Moloto (Des Moines Menace)
2 – Naoyas Aizawa (El Paso Patriots)
2 – Mark Anderson (Fort Lauderdale Strikers)
2 – Abraham Campos (Fresno Fuego)
2 – Blaike Woodruff (GPS Portland Phoenix)
2 – Placide Buduri (Laredo Heat)
2 – Tom Catalano (Michigan Bucks)s
2 – Nermin Crnkic (Michigan Bucks)
2 – Stefan St. Louis (Michigan Bucks)
2 – Simone Bracalello (Minnesota Stars FC)
2 – Connor Lade (New York Red Bulls)
2 – Max Griffin (Orlando City SC)
2 – John Rooney (Orlando City SC)
2 – Lionard Pajoy (Philadelphia Union)
2 – Davis Paul (PSA Elite)
2 – Gerson dos Santos (Richmond Kickers)
2 – Pablo Campos (San Antonio Scorpions)
2 – Sam Garza (San Jose Earthquakes)
2 – Fredy Montero (Seattle Sounders)
2 – Andy Rose (Seattle Sounders)
2 – Soony Saad (Sporting Kansas City)
2 – CJ Sapong (Sporting Kansas City)
2 – Graham Zusi (Sporting Kansas City)

One goal each

Matt Ney (Aegean Hawks)
Peter Kozlowski (ASC New Stars)
Lukas Simon (ASC New Stars)
Raphael Cox (Atlanta Silverbacks)
Reinaldo Navia (Atlanta Silverbacks)
Jumol Harewood (Brooklyn Italians)
Nathaniel Simons (Brooklyn Italians)
Christian Turizo (Brooklyn Italians)
Pedro Mendes (Cal FC)
Thomas McCready (Carolina Dynamo)
Amir Lowery (Carolina RailHawks)
Mike Palacio (Carolina RailHawks)
Zack Schilawski (Carolina RailHawks)
Ty Shipalane (Carolina RailHawks)
Dane Kelley (Charleston Battery)
Nicki Paterson (Charleston Battery)
Darryl Roberts (Charlotte Eagles)
Corben Bone (Chicago Fire)
Federico Puppo (Chicago Fire)
Isaac Kannah (Chicago Fire PDL)
Brendan King (Chicago Fire PDL)
Juan Agudelo (Chivas USA)
Juan Pablo Angel (Chivas USA)
Andre Akpan (Colorado Rapids)
Edu (Colorado Rapids)
Kamani Hill (Colorado Rapids)
Olman Vargas (Columbus Crew)
Gibson Bardsley (Dayton Dutch Lions)
Gerrit-Jan Bartels (Dayton Dutch Lions)
Joel DeLass (Dayton Dutch Lions)
Daniel Holowaty (Dayton Dutch Lions)
Husref Jupic (Des Moines Menace)
Hamdi Salihi (DC United)
Marcelo Saragosa (DC United)
Josh Wolff (DC United)
Michael Griego (El Paso Patriots)
Leopoldo Morales (Fort Lauderdale Strikers)
Walter Restrepo (Fort Lauderdale Strikers)
Justin Finch (Fresno Fuego)
Tyler Reinhart (Fresno Fuego)
David Arvizu (Fullerton Rangers)
Eder Roldan (Fullerton Rangers)
Halib Habtom (Georgia Revolution)
Yann Ekra (Harrisburg City Islanders)
Morgan Langley (Harrisburg City Islanders)
Lucky Mkosana (Harrisburg City Islanders)
JT Noone (Harrisburg City Islanders)
Tomislav Kruzanovic (Jacksonville United)
Ramak Safi (Jacksonville United)
Kyle Perkins (KC Athletics)
Miguel Rodrigues (KC Athletics)
Kevin Shrout (KC Athletics)
Matt Friesen (Kitsap Pumas)
Ernesto Serrato (Laredo Heat)
Irving Villanueva (Laredo Heat)
Shaun Higgins (Long Island Rough Riders)
Thomas Wharf (Long Island Rough Riders)
Pat Noonan (Los Angeles Galaxy)
Nate Boyden (Michigan Bucks)
Stuart Givens (Michigan Bucks)
Anthony Grant (Michigan Bucks)
Ethan Miller (Michigan Bucks)
Bim Ogunyemi (Michigan Bucks)
Cyril Simmons (Milwaukee Bavarians)
Neil Hlavaty (Minnesota Stars FC)
Miguel Ibarra (Minnesota Stars FC)
Kevin Venegas (Minnesota Stars FC)
Benny Feilhaber (New England Revolution)
Lee Nguyen (New England Revolution)
Kelyn Rowe (New England Revolution)
Raul Rodriguez (North Texas Rayados)
Stephen Roche (New York Greek American Atlas)
Kenny Cooper (New York Red Bulls)
Heath Pearce (New York Red Bulls)
Dennis Chin (Orlando City SC)
Matt Luzunaris (Orlando City SC)
Kevin Molino (Orlando City SC)
Jamie Watson (Orlando City SC)
Drew Helm (Orlando City U23s)
Brian Carroll (Philadelphia Union)
Gabriel Gomez (Philadelphia Union)
Antoine Hoppenot (Philadelphia Union)
Josue Martinez (Philadelphia Union)
Jack McInerney (Philadelphia Union)
Eric Miller (Portland Timbers U23s)
Christian Ramirez (PSA Elite)
Ryan Finley (Reading United)
Tolani Ibikunle (Reading United)
Pedro Ribeiro (Reading United)
Luis Gil (Real Salt Lake)
Mike Lind (Real Colorado Foxes)
Christopher Agorsor (Richmond Kickers)
Nozomi Hiroyama (Richmond Kickers)
Stanley Nyazamba (Richmond Kickers)
JC Banks (Rochester Rhinos)
Conor Chinn (Rochester Rhinos)
Thomas McManus (Rochester Rhinos)
Hans Dennison (San Antonio Scorpions)
Kevin Harmse (San Antonio Scorpions)
Steven Lenhart (San Jose Earthquakes)
Alex Caskey (Seattle Sounders)
Cordell Cato (Seattle Sounders)
Brad Evans (Seattle Sounders)
Eddie Johnson (Seattle Sounders)
Zach Scott (Seattle Sounders)
Teal Bunbury (Sporting Kansas City)
Kei Kamara (Sporting Kansas City)
Paulo Nagamura (Sporting Kansas City)
Jacob Peterson (Sporting Kansas City)
Mike Ambersley (Tampa Bay Rowdies)
Dan Antoniuk (Tampa Bay Rowdies)
Matt Clare (Tampa Bay Rowdies)
Keith Savage (Tampa Bay Rowdies)
Travis Bowen (Ventura County Fusion)
Kennedy Chongo (Venutra County Fusion)
Michael Roman (Ventura County Fusion)
Daniel Steres (Venutra County Fusion)

Own Goals

Coady Andrews (KC Athletics) vs. Orlando City in Round 2
Daniel Campos (El Paso Patriots) vs. Charlotte Eagles in Round 2
Tim Pontius (Ventura County Fusion) vs. Los Angeles Blues in Round 2
Matt Pickens (Colorado Rapids) vs. Sporting KC in Round 4

One Comment

  • Diamon says:

    Scott Larrabee Should be player of round 1 very influential as lone striker for the Aegean Hawks … heads-up aggressive play left the Carolina Dynamo wondering what hit them.

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