2010 Rochester Rhinos season

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Rochester Rhinos played their fifteenth season in professional soccer and first in the temporary USSF D2 Pro League in 2010.

Current roster[edit]

as of June 16, 2010[1]

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

No. Position Player
1 United States GK Neal Kitson
2 United States DF Tyler Bellamy
3 United States DF Adam West
4 United States MF Aaron Pitchkolan
5 United States MF Alfonso Motagalvan
6 United States DF Rich Costanzo
7 United States FW Anthony Hamilton
8 United States MF Jamie Franks
9 United States MF Darren Spicer
10 United States MF Carlos Aguilar
11 United States MF Ryan Heins
12 United States DF Troy Roberts
13 Canada MF Tyler Rosenlund
No. Position Player
15 United States DF Frank Sanfilippo (captain)
16 Haiti MF Kénold Versailles
17 England DF Nathaniel Short
18 Ghana MF Isaac Kissi
20 United States FW T. J. Gore
21 Haiti FW Max Ferdinand
23 United States FW Andrew Hoxie
24 United States GK Scott Vallow
25 United States FW Tino Nuñez
27 Canada MF Ian Bennett
28 South Africa MF Jonathan Greenfield

Staff[edit]

United States Bob Lilley (2010–present)

Schedule and results[edit]

2010 US Open Cup[edit]

Date Home Team Away Team Score
06-15-10 Rochester Rhinos Dayton Dutch Lions 2 - 0
06-22-10 Rochester Rhinos Pittsburgh Riverhounds 3 - 0
06-29-10 Columbus Crew Rochester Rhinos 2 - 1

Regular Season[edit]

USL Conference
Pos Club Pts GP W L D GF GA GD Details
1 Rochester Rhinos 54 30 16 8 6 38 24 +14 Details
2 Austin Aztex 53 30 15 7 8 53 40 +13 Details
3 Portland Timbers 49 30 13 7 10 34 23 +11 Details
4 NSC Minnesota Stars 40 30 11 12 7 32 36 −4 Details
5 Puerto Rico Islanders 37 30 9 11 10 37 35 +2 Details
6 FC Tampa Bay 32 30 7 12 11 41 46 −5 Details
Final regular season standings. Based on the results at the USSF D-2 schedule table
2010 USSF Division 2 playoff structure
Conference leaders automatically qualify for playoffs
The remaining six teams with the highest point totals, regardless of conference, also advance to the playoffs.
Date Home Team Away Team Score Attendance
4-10-10 Miami FC Rochester Rhinos 1-1 1,235
4-17-10 Portland Timbers Rochester Rhinos 1-0 15,418
4-25-10 Austin Aztex Rochester Rhinos 1-2 2,819
4-28-10 NSC Minnesota Stars Rochester Rhinos 0-3 627
5-01-10 Rochester Rhinos Carolina RailHawks 1-1 7,124
5-08-10 Rochester Rhinos AC St Louis 2-1 1,447
5-19-10 Rochester Rhinos Crystal Palace Baltimore 0-1 4,447
5-22-10 Vancouver Whitecaps Rochester Rhinos 2-0 4,996
5-29-10 Rochester Rhinos Vancouver Whitecaps 2-1 7,744
6-04-10 Rochester Rhinos NSC Minnesota Stars 0-0 5,284
6-12-10 Rochester Rhinos Crystal Palace Baltimore 2-1 6,676
6-20-10 Montreal Impact Rochester Rhinos 1-1 11,920
6-26-10 Rochester Rhinos Puerto Rico Islanders 3-0 7,012
7-3-10 Rochester Rhinos Montreal Impact 2-1 6,505
7-9-10 Rochester Rhinos Austin Aztex 0-0 4,544
7-14-10 Crystal Palace Baltimore Rochester Rhinos 0-0 757
7-17-10 Rochester Rhinos Carolina RailHawks 0-1 7,339
7-22-10 FC Tampa Bay Rochester Rhinos 0-1 3,882
7-24-10 Puerto Rico Islanders Rochester Rhinos 3-1 1,322
7-27-10 Carolina RailHawks Rochester Rhinos 0-1 2,212
8-04-10 Rochester Rhinos Portland Timbers 1-0 6,978
8-11-10 Carolina RailHawks Rochester Rhinos 0-2 2,305
8-14-10 Rochester Rhinos Montreal Impact 2-1 7,717
8-18-10 Crystal Palace Baltimore Rochester Rhinos 0-2 850
8-21-10 Rochester Rhinos Miami FC 3-1 9,157
8-27-10 Montreal Impact Rochester Rhinos 2-0 13,034
9-11-10 Rochester Rhinos FC Tampa Bay 3-0 8,197
9-17-10 Rochester Rhinos Miami FC 1-2 6,794
9-25-10 Miami FC Rochester Rhinos 1-0 1,126
10-02-10 AC St Louis Rochester Rhinos

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