Luke Spencer

Auston Trusty

Steel Battle Louisville in First Playoff Appearance

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Playoffs baby!

Match: Louisville City FC vs. Bethlehem Steel FC

Date: Friday, October 20th, 7:30pm Kickoff

Officials: REF: Marcos DeOliveira AR1: Benjamin Hall-Volpenhein AR2: Johann Pedolzky 4TH: Aaron Hernandez

Projected XI LCFC: (3-4-3) – GK: Greg Ranjitsingh; D: Sean Totsch, Sean Reynolds, Tarek Morad; M: Kyle Smith, Speedy Williams, Paolo DelPiccolo, Oscar Jimenez; F: George Davis IV, Luke Spencer, Brian Ownby

Projected XI BSFC: Bethlehem (4-2-3-1) – GK: Jake McGuire; D: Aaron Jones, Hugh Roberts, Auston Trusty, Matt Real; DM: James Chambers, Derrick Jones; AM: Santo Moar, Adam Najem, Cory Burke; F: Seku Conneh

What to Expect:

Well, amid all these awful distractions about who is playing where at basically every level of soccer in this country (except for the USMNT, we know where they won't be in 2018) there's some USL playoff soccer to be played.

Match report: Bethlehem 1 – 3 Louisville

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While the Steel lost to Louisville, they were not outclassed by the elite side from Kentucky.

New England Revolution

Spencer, Kapo No Longer on Roster

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Second round pick Luke Spencer and journeyman midfielder Olivier Kapo were among the trialists whose names are not listed on the latest New England Revolution preseason roster, which wasreleased on Monday.

Spencer, who was taken 26th overall in the SuperDraft, was a spectator for the first full day of preseason.

MLS SuperDraft 2013: Revolution take Donnie Smith and Luke Spencer

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With the first round in the books, the New England Revolution are ready to feast upon the remaining second-round talent. With three picks in the round, they have a chance to cast a wide net and hopefully pull in at least one meaningful contributor in the round.

With their first pick in the second round, pick 21, the Revs took Donnie Smith, a midfielder/forward out of UNC-Charlotte.

Andrew Farrell

Grading the 2013 Draft

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With the 2013 MLS SuperDraft now in the books, the writers at New England Soccer Today handed out their grades for the New England Revolution's 2013 draft performance. The Revs selected Louisville defender Andrew Farrellwith the first overall pick, UNC-Charlotte midfielder Donnie Smith with the 21st overall pick, Xavier forward Luke Spencer with the 23rd overall pick, and Indiana goalkeeper Luis Soffner with the 36th overall pick.

New England Revolution 2013 MLS SuperDraft Recap

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  1. The New England Revolution swapped its first round pick (No.4 overall) and Allocation Money for Toronto FC's first round pick (No.1 overall) in this year's Major League Soccer SuperDraft. With that pick, the Revolution selected defender Andrew Farrell from Louisville.
  2. Don Garber@thesoccerdon Congratulations to the #1 pick in the 2013 #SuperDraft, Andrew Farrell (@louisville05).

Revolution Pre-Season: Training Camp Opens Today

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Well, it all starts today-the opening of pre-season training camp. It's a time of optimism and excitement. A time to look at what we've got and what we still need, who will be playing where and what is still up in the air. It's really the best part of the whole MLS season, if you ask me.

For the Revolution, they will be starting training camp with 9 new faces, 5 of them contracted at the time of this writing.

Revs Select Smith, Spencer at 21 & 23

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After making splash by selecting Andrew Farrell first overall, the Revolution selected UNC-Charlotte midfielder Donnie Smith and Xavier forward Luke Spencer with the 21st and 23rd picks, respectively.

Smith, a left-sided midfielder, scored four goals and added four assists in his senior year with the 49ers.

The Rest

USL Final Preview: Louisville City takes on Swope Park Rangers

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The hopes of lifting the USL Cup for both Louisville City FC and the Swope Park Rangers come down to tonight as the two square off in Kentucky.

Both teams are looking for their first ever USL Cup, as Louisville City are making their first appearance in the final. The top team in the 2017 Eastern Conference standings, is facing off against the fourth-place finishers in the West.