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USL Championship Discipline Report – Week 14

By USLChampionship.com Staff, 06/05/19, 11:00AM EDT

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TAMPA, Fla. – The following is the USL’s discipline report for Week 14 of the 2019 USL Championship season:

Louisville City FC’s Brian Ownby has been suspended for two games following his red card for violent conduct against the Charleston Battery on June 1. Ownby will be unavailable for Louisville’s games against Loudoun United FC on June 8 and the New York Red Bulls II on June 16.

The Charlotte Independence’s Joel Johnson and Hugh Roberts have each been suspended for one game following their red cards for denial of a goalscoring opportunity against Ottawa Fury FC on June 2. Both Johnson and Roberts will be unavailable for Charlotte’s game against the Swope Park Rangers this Saturday.

Orange County SC’s Aodhan Quinn and Darwin Jones have each been suspended for one game following their red cards for two cautionable offenses against Rio Grande Valley FC on June 1. Both Quinn and Jones will be unavailable for Orange County’s game against Las Vegas Lights FC this Saturday.

Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC’s Mark Forrest has been suspended for one game following his red card for violent conduct against Indy Eleven on June 1. Forrest will be unavailable for Pittsburgh’s game against Ottawa Fury FC this Saturday.

The Charleston Battery’s Kierron Mason has been suspended for one game following his red card for denial of a goalscoring opportunity against Louisville City FC on June 1. Mason will be unavailable for the Battery’s game against Birmingham Legion FC this Saturday.

Louisville City FC’s Paco Craig has been suspended for one game following his red card for two cautionable offenses against the Charleston Battery on June 1. Craig will be unavailable for Louisville’s game against Loudoun United FC this Saturday.

The New York Red Bulls II’s Jordan Scarlett, ATL UTD 2’s Laurence Wyke and Sacramento Republic FC’s Dekel Keinan have each been suspended for one game for caution accumulation following their fifth yellow card of the regular season. Scarlett and Wyke will both be unavailable when New York faces Atlanta on Friday night, while Keinan will be unavailable for Sacramento’s game against New Mexico United on Saturday night.

The LA Galaxy II’s Abraham Romero was suspended for one game following a review by the Independent Discipline Panel of an offense for which he was originally awarded a yellow card during his side’s contest against Tacoma Defiance on May 29. Romero served his suspension on June 1 during the Galaxy II’s contest against OKC Energy FC.

Real Monarchs SLC’s Douglas Martinez is no longer on caution accumulation warning, having had one caution removed under the USL’s Good Behavior incentive to place him on three cautions for the season.

The following players enter the upcoming matches one caution away from a yellow card accumulation suspension. Here is the breakdown per club:

  • ATL UTD 2 (1): Will Vint

  • Birmingham Legion FC (2): Kyle Culbertson, Mikey Lopez

  • Charleston Battery (1): Vincenzo Candela

  • Hartford Athletic (1): Sem de Wit

  • LA Galaxy II (1): Adrian Vera

  • Las Vegas Lights FC (2): Cristhian Hernandez, Junior Sandoval

  • Louisville City FC (1): Paco Craig

  • Nashville SC (2): Bradley Bourgeois, Lebo Moloto

  • New Mexico United (1): Santi Moar

  • North Carolina FC (1): Sam Brotherton

  • Orange County SC (2): Harry Forrester, Michael Seaton

  • Phoenix Rising FC (1): Adam Jahn

  • Real Monarchs SLC (1): Jack Blake

  • San Antonio FC (1): Michael Lahoud

  • Tampa Bay Rowdies (1): Dominic Oduro

  • Tulsa Roughnecks FC (2): Rodrigo da Costa, Cyprian Hedrick

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