2012 Austin Aztex season

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Austin Aztex
2012 season
Owner United States David Markley
Head Coach Scotland Paul Dalglish
USL Premier Development League Mid South: 2nd
Playoffs: Southern Conference Runners-Up
Top goalscorer League: Kekuta Manneh (10), Kristopher Tyrpak (10)
All: Kekuta Manneh (10), Kristopher Tyrpak (10)
Highest home attendance 2,507 v El Paso Patriots (May 19, 2012)
Lowest home attendance 808 v Texas Dutch Lions (May 24, 2012)
Average home league attendance about 1400
Home colors
Away colors

The 2012 Austin Aztex season was the club's first season of play in their second incarnation, having been founded in the fall of 2011 after the previous Austin Aztex (2008-2010) moved and became Orlando City SC. For the 2012 season the Aztex played in the PDL's Southern Conference in the Mid South Division. The finished second in the division to qualify for the playoffs and advanced past Ocala Stampede in the first round, but ultimately fell to Orlando City U-23 in the Southern Conference final. Kekuta Manneh and Kristopher Tyrpak were the team's top scorers for this season with 10 goals each.


USL Premier Development League[edit]

Main article: 2012 PDL season

Mid South Division[edit]

1 Laredo Heat 16 10 3 3 31 15 +16 33
2 Austin Aztex 16 9 2 5 40 13 +27 29
3 El Paso Patriots 16 7 2 7 26 24 +2 23
4 Texas Dutch Lions 16 5 2 9 22 47 −25 17
5 New Orleans Jesters 16 3 7 6 26 34 −8 16
6 West Texas Sockers 16 3 6 7 18 30 −12 15

Purple indicates division title clinched
Green indicates playoff berth clinched
Note: The first tie-breaker in PDL standings is head-to-head results between teams tied on points, which is why some teams with inferior goal differences finish ahead in the standings.

Match Results[edit]


As of MAY 3, 2012[1] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
GK Michael Lisch
GK John Kaschak
GK Devin Cook
GK Josh Mikulewicz
DF Ross Kelly
DF Beto Papandrea
DF Michael Parrish
DF Josh Alcala
DF Nick Meile
DF Matt Boultt
DF Lorne Cameron
DF Walter Kromholz
DF James Elder
DF Scott Luedtke
DF Travis Golden
DF Wesley Curtis
DF Jordan Wright
MF Dillon Powers
MF Pedro Pereira
No. Position Player
MF Zack Pope
MF Jesus “Chuy” Sanchez
MF Tanner Fyfe
MF Tony Rocha
MF Miguel Zapata
MF James Martin
MF Mark Gendi
MF Jesus "Chuy" Cortes
MF Alesi Osorio
MF Michael Kafari
MF Blake Smith
MF Kendall Rockers
MF Jacob Powell
FW Kristopher Tyrpak
FW William Morse
FW Kyle Emerson
FW Callum Riley
FW Khiry Shelton
FW Kekuta Manneh


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