Update on Carolina Dynamo Soccer

Posted by Press Release on May 24, 2012 at 3:38 pm under Amateur, Professional | Comments are off for this article

DYNAMO HOST FREDERICKSBURG THIS SATURDAY

Dynamo Start Season 2-0, Drop Open Cup Match

Greensboro, NC:Dynamo Host Fredericksburg this Saturday

The Fredericksburg Hotspur lineup is headlined by former Trinidad and
Tobago international star Evans Wise visit Greensboro this Saturday, May
26th to take on the Carolina Dynamo. Kick-off is 7:00 PM. Wise played
in the 2006 World Cup, appearing in games against England and Paraguay.
Wise is also a veteran of Major League Soccer (MLS), where he played for
the Tampa Bay Mutiny and New England Revolution. His most recent club was
for Waldohf Mannheim in Germany. The Hotspur lineup features players
four Internationals, joining Wise are Tishan Hanley, Don Smart and Travis
Mulraine. The remainder of the Fredericksburg lineup is comprised of
standouts from JMU, VCU & UVA.

Dynamo Start Season 2-0, Drop Open Cup Match

The Dynamo opened the season May 12th at home with a 5-1 victory over Real
Maryland. The Dynamo were led by Karo Okiomah (Chivas USA draftee) with
two goals, and Donnie Smith (Charlotte) who notched a pair of assists.
Other goal scorers included Shaun Sloan (High Point), Robbie Lovejoy (UNC
CH/Page), and David Reittinger (UNC G/Northwest Guilford). Shane Malcolm
(High Point) tallied the other assist in the season opener. Jonathan
Campbell (UNC CH/GSO Day) was named to the PDL team of the week for his
performance in the match.

The Dynamo traveled to Germantown, Maryland for a 1st Round US Open Cup
Match, on Tuesday, May 15th. The Dynamo came up short in the match,
losing by a score of 3-1 and were eliminated from the tournament. Tom
McCready (Limestone) notched the lone goal of the game for the Dynamo.

A few short days later, The Dynamo traveled to Nashville to take on the
Metros in divisional match up. Tom McCready (Limestone) scored the 1st
two goals for the Dynamo in the 24th &53rd minutes. Hakan Ilhan (UNC G)
assisted on McCready?s 2nd goal, and then scored the game?s final goal in
the 89th minute.


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