Dayton Dynamo (2016–)

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Dayton Dynamo club logo.png
Founded 2009; 9 years ago (2009)
Stadium Roger Glass Stadium
Ground Capacity 2,150[1]
Current season

Dayton Dynamo are a soccer organization based in Dayton, Ohio. They are currently seeking professional status and are planning to return in 2019.[2] They last played in the National Premier Soccer League in the fourth tier of American soccer.

History

Established in 2009 as the Cincinnati Saints, the team had been a member of the affiliated amateur Premier Arena Soccer League since 2009 before moving up to the pro league in 2013;[3][4] however, in 2014 the team returned to the amateur league.

Starting in May 2014, the Saints organization played outdoor soccer as an expansion team in the Great Lakes Conference of the National Premier Soccer League.[5]

In November 2015, the Saints announced their intentions to move the club to Dayton, Ohio, and officially became the Dayton Dynamo, naming the team after the old indoor soccer team.[6]

Indoor seasons

The Saints played in the amateur Premier Arena Soccer League for 4 seasons, from 2009c10 until 2012–13.

In the 2013–14 season, the club moved to the Professional Arena Soccer League and played in the Eastern Division (the league is now known as Major Arena Soccer League-MASL). The team finished the professional season under the leadership of head coach Chris Morman with assistant coach Kyle Kammer. The Saints home arena is the Western Sports Mall in Cincinnati, Ohio.[4] In 2014, Cincinnati moved back to the amateur league.

2013–14 Season

The Cincinnati Saints began their PASL run with a win over the Cleveland Freeze but lost six of their next eight matches. With 7 games remaining in the regular season, only the Illinois Piasa carried a worse record in the Eastern Division and the team parted ways with original head coach Matt Brienes on January 8, naming former player Chris Morman as his interim replacement. The Saints also participated in the 2013–14 United States Open Cup for Arena Soccer starting with a bye in the Round of 32 and a 10–6 loss to the Cleveland Freeze in the Round of 16, ending their tournament run. The Cincinnati Saints participated in the 2013–14 United States Open Cup for Arena Soccer starting with a bye in the Round of 32 and a 10–6 loss to the Cleveland Freeze in the Round of 16, ending their tournament run.

2014–15 Season

Following the de facto merger of the Professional Arena Soccer League with 6 teams from Major Indoor Soccer League and the rebranding of the league to Major Arena Soccer League, Cincinnati moved back to the Premier Arena Soccer League. The club finished 3rd in the Midwest Division with a 7–3 record.[7]

The Dynamo Era (2016–present)

In December 2015, it was announced that the Cincinnati Saints were relocating to Dayton, Ohio. Their first season in Dayton wasn't too successful, with only one win in the regular season. In their second season they finished second in their division, high enough to qualify for the playoffs.

Players and staff

Current roster

As of 31 May 2017 [1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
00 United States GK Robby Frye
0 United States GK Ryan Hulings
1 Brazil GK Paulo Pinto
2 Canada MF Joel Twinem
3 Senegal DF Ibra Kébé
4 United States MF Nick Hagenkord
5 United States DF Eric Hutton
6 England MF Kristian Moore-Cowell
7 United States DF Christian Johnson
8 Spain MF Daniel Ramirez Martin
9 United States FW Matt Kinkopf
10 United States MF Tate Robertson
11 Canada MF Christopher Dupont
12 United States FW Tristan Lyle
13 United States MF Conner Hughes
14 United States MF Jacob Purpero
16 United States DF Peyton Mowery
18 United States DF Bradley Schluter
No. Position Player
19 United States FW Bryce Childers
20 United States DF Austin Lewis
21 United States DF Michael Deyhle
22 United States FW Alberto Zaragoza
23 England DF Krzysztof Rapacz
24 United States FW David Janusz
25 United States DF Greg Williams
26 United States DF Austin Kinley
27 United States DF Jared Scarfpin
28 Switzerland MF Angelo Willi
29 United States DF Christian Alexander
30 United States DF Eric Kissinger
31 United States MF Aidan Bean
32 United States MF Thor Beckdahl
33 United States MF Austin Blair
34 United States FW Ryan Kazparzak
35 United States DF Jimmy Fultz
36 United States DF Devin Dollins

Year-by-year

League Champions Runners-up Division Champions Playoff Berth
Year League Record (W–L–T) GF GA Finish Playoffs Avg. Attendance
2009–10 PASL 3–4–1 45 38 2nd of 4, Great Lakes Division did not qualify
2010–11 PASL 3–3–2 46 35 4th of 7, Midwest Division did not qualify
2011–12 PASL 6–1–1 57 33 1st of 6, Great Lakes Division National Finals Qualifier, did not play
2012–13 PASL 7–0–1 79 16 1st of 10, Midwest Division National Finals Qualifier, did not play
2013–14 MASL* 5–11 108 141 4th, Eastern lost in Divisional First Round 341
2014–15 PASL 7–3 64 41 3rd, Midwest Division did not qualify

 * The MASL was called the Professional Arena Soccer League until 2014. To make it easier, the abbreviation MASL is used for the professional league and PASL is used for the amateur Premier Arena Soccer League.

Year-by-year

League Champions Runners-up Division Champions Playoff Berth
Year League Record League Results Playoffs Open Cup
2014 NPSL 3–10–1 5th of 5, Midwest-Great Lakes West Did not qualify Not eligible
2015 NPSL 4–7–1 10th of 13, Midwest Region Did not qualify Not eligible
2016 NPSL 1–10–1 7th of 7, Midwest-Great Lakes West Did not qualify Not eligible
2017 NPSL 6–3–3 2nd of 7, Midwest-East Regional Semi-final Not eligible

2016 NPSL season

2016 NPSL Great Lakes West Conference Standings

Pos Team Pld W L T GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Grand Rapids FC (C, Q) 12 7 1 4 21 11 +10 25 2016 NPSL Midwest Region playoffs
2 AFC Ann Arbor (Q) 12 6 3 3 19 16 +3 21
3 Michigan Stars FC 12 5 3 4 17 13 +4 19
4 Lansing United 12 4 4 4 16 14 +2 16
5 Detroit City FC 12 4 4 4 24 21 +3 16
6 Kalamazoo FC 12 4 6 2 12 15 −3 14
7 Dayton Dynamo 12 1 10 1 8 27 −19 4
Updated to match(es) played on July 15, 2016. Source: NPSL standings
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head to head; 3) goal differential in head to head results; 4) wins; 5) total goal differential; 6) fewest losses; 7) coin toss
(C) Champion; (Q) Qualified to the phase indicated.

2017 NPSL season

2017 NPSL East Conference Standings

Pos Team Pld W L T GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Erie Commodores FC 12 6 3 3 17 11 +6 21 2017 NPSL Midwest Region playoffs
2 Dayton Dynamo 12 6 3 3 15 14 +1 21
3 Rochester Lancers 12 6 4 2 18 10 +8 20
4 AFC Cleveland 12 6 5 1 21 15 +6 19
5 FC Buffalo 12 5 4 3 22 18 +4 18
6 Fort Pitt Regiment 12 3 8 1 9 19 −10 10
7 Syracuse FC 12 2 7 3 8 23 −15 9
Source: NPSL standings
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head to head; 3) goal differential in head to head results; 4) wins; 5) total goal differential; 6) fewest losses; 7) coin toss

References

  1. ^ "Roger Glass Stadium & Practice Field". www.cjeagles.org. 
  2. ^ "New Dayton Dynamo FC Investment Provides Path To Pro Soccer". Dayton Dynamo Football Club. Retrieved 2018-02-20. 
  3. ^ "Cincinnati Saints Move up to PASL". Our Sports Central. August 27, 2013. Retrieved December 19, 2013. 
  4. ^ a b Turer, Adam (November 15, 2013). "Cincinnati Saints soccer hopes merger will boost fortunes". The Cincinnati Enquirer. Retrieved November 19, 2013. 
  5. ^ "Cincinnati Joins the NPSL". National Premier Soccer League. August 6, 2013. Retrieved December 20, 2013. 
  6. ^ "Dayton Dynamo soccer back in business". Dayton Dail News. 3 December 2015. 
  7. ^ Standings: Premier Arena Soccer League Winter 2014/15, arenaleague.com, retrieved August 7, 2015 

External links

  • Official website
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