Mass Premier Soccer earns their first Open Cup berth in club history with a 6-0 win over Newtown Pride SC.
2013 US Open Cup qualifying
Star forward Tyler Reinhart scored two goals, tallied an assist, and drew a penalty in a man-of-the match performance that helped the Fresno Fuego Future qualify for the 100th edition of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup with a 5-1 victory over PSA Los Gatos Storm on Saturday.
USASA Region II ruled the field the Athletics hosted their semifinal game at was too narrow and therefore ordered a replay.
With the win, Newtown will travel to Massachusetts to take on Mass Premier Soccer on April 28 with the winner qualifying for the 100th edition of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.
PSA Elite and Doxa Italia booked their spots in the US Open Cup this past weekend, qualifying out of a historically strong USASA Region IV. PSA Elite won the tournament with a perfect 4-0-0 record while Doxa Italia qualified for its second Open Cup with a second-place finish.
The US Club Soccer Semifinals in the path for the organization’s lone berth into the 100th edition of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup could not have any more different as the Fresno Fuego Future cruised to an easy win while Los Gatos Storm emerged from a near two full overtime game standoff with San Ramon following a replay in which both games went to extra time.
For the first time in its history, Icon FC has guaranteed their place in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup tournament.
USASA Region II submitted their two teams into the 100th edition of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup with two semifinal matches on Sunday, April 21.
Here is a breakdown of this weekend’s games, and as always you can check Twitter (@USOpenCup) for updates, and remember if you’re at any of these games or have any Open Cup-related news/info/comments to make, be sure to use this year’s hashtag #USOC100.
The New York Pancyprian Freedoms have gone from being one win away from qualifying for the 100th edition of the US Open Cup, to being on the outside looking in. And now, as a result of an appeal to the United States Adult Soccer Association’s National Cups Committee, they are back in the tournament again.