MLS might have taken a break for the FIFA World Cup, but USL-PRO play continued as the Dayton Dutch Lions played two matches this past weekend, dropping both.
On Friday, Dayton traveled to Rochester and fell to the Rhinos by a 2-0 final. Ross Friedman, Matt Wiet and Aaron Schoenfeld all started for the Dutch Lions, while Matt Walker came on as a substitute. Schoenfeld paced Dayton with two shots in the contest.
Dayton then returned home for a Sunday encounter with Orlando City SC, again falling by a 2-0 score. Friedman, Wiet, Schoenfeld and Walker all started for the Dutch Lions, with Walker recording two shots and Schoenfeld one.
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Newly acquired winger Alvaro Rey gives his first interview since joining the Black & Gold.
Members of the Crew Soccer Academy paid a visit to the Columbus Recreation and Parks Department’s Summer Fun and Adventure Sports Camp. The campers participated in various stations and work alongside Crew Soccer Academy players as they increased their soccer knowledge and abilities.
Members of the Crew Front Office spent last week continuing the work on the Habitat for Humanity-MidOhio: 2014 Home of Hope. Crew players and coaches started the project in March and the work is slated to be completed by the end of July. This project is part of the Dare to Care: Massive Makeover series.
Crew Brand Ambassador and U.S. Men's National Team legend Frankie Hejduk lends his advice to Columbus Alive!'s "World Cup Blowout" issue, giving his tips on the best ways to watch the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Pick up a copy available at various locations around Columbus or online.