2011 MLS Reserve League

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Reserve League: Columbus Crew 3 - D.C. United 1

The Black-and-Red complete their Reserve League season
Reserves: Crew 3 - United 1

The Columbus Crew defeated D.C. United 3-1 in the final game of MLS Reserve League East Division action. United was forced to play most of the game with 10 men after midfielder Austin da Luz was ejected early in the match. D.C. forward Joseph Ngwenya opened the scoring in the first half before trialist Walter Chevez, Emilio Renteria and Bernardo Anor all tallied for the Crew.

The Crew Reserves, champions of the East Division, finish the season with a league-best 9-1-0 record and 27 points, while D.C. ends the season with a record of 5-1-4 and 19 points.

Highlights: D.C. United Reserves vs New York Red Bulls Reserves

2011 MLS Reserve League
Highlights: DC vs NY

Reserve League: D.C. United 2 - New York Red Bulls 2

The Black-and-Red remain undefeated in Reserve League play
Reserves: United 2 - NYRB 2

WASHINGTON – A goal from New York Red Bull defender Jon Barrajo in the 86th minute secured a 2-2 draw against D.C. United in a Wednesday Reserve League match.

Barrajo’s tally off a set piece snatched a point for the visitors, who trailed 2-1 at the half. Brandon McDonald and Brandon Barklage each had first half goals for D.C., while New York midfielder John Rooney scored from the penalty spot.

D.C. United announces make-up dates for Reserve matches

United will host NYRB on November 10 and take on Columbus Crew on November 15
Reserve make-up dates

Chris Korb vs Philadelphia Union Reserves - 05162011

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D.C. United announced today make-up dates for its
postponed MLS Reserve League matches against the New York Red Bulls and
Columbus Crew. United will face the Red Bulls at the RFK Training Field on
November 10 at 11:00 a.m. ET. The Black-and-Red will then travel to Columbus to
play the Crew on November 15 at 11:00 a.m. ET. 

D.C. United-NYRB Reserve match postponed

New York fixture will be rescheduled for a later date
DC-NYRB reserves postponed

D.C. United announced today
that its MLS Reserve League match against the New York Red Bulls scheduled for
Tuesday, September 13 has been postponed. The contest will be rescheduled for a
later date, with additional details forthcoming. 

The Black-and-Red Reserves
currently sit atop the East Division of the MLS Reserve League at 5-0-2 (17
points). United’s Reserves played their seventh match of the season on Tuesday,
August 30 at Toronto FC, earning a 1-1 draw in the 92nd minute with a goal from
Joseph Ngwenya. 

Reserve League: Toronto FC 1, D.C. United 1

Joseph Ngwenya's extra time goal earns a draw for the Black-and-Red
Reserve League: TFC 1, DC 1
Joseph Ngwenya scored in the 92 minute

Toronto – Toronto FC reserves had two points snatched away in stoppage time by Joseph Ngwenya's goal for D.C. United on Tuesday, with the East Division rivals drawing 1-1 at Downsview Park in North York.

With the draw, United's Reserve record remains unblemished at 5-0-2 (17 points). The Black-and-Red remain atop the East Division of the MLS Reserve League, ahead of Columbus by five points. 

Highlights: D.C. United Reserves vs Toronto FC Reserves

2011 MLS Reserve League - Sunday, August 7, 2011
Highlights: Reserves vs TFC

RELATED: Match recap and photos

Highlights: D.C. United Reserves vs Philadelphia Union Reserves

Sunday, July 3, 2011
Highlights - Reserve League

Highlights: D.C. United Reserves vs New England Revolution Reserves

2011 MLS Reserve League - Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Highlights: DC vs Revs

RELATED: Match recap and photos

Reserve League: D.C. United 2, New England Revolution 2

The Black-and-Red Reserves rally from two goals down to earn the draw
Reserves: United 2 - Revs 2

Collin Martin vs NE Reserves - 2011 reserves

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Ben Keller/dcunited.com

WASHINGTON — D.C. United rallied from a two-goal deficit to snatch a 2-2 draw against the New England Revolution in MLS Reserve League action.

Kenny Mansally's brace staked the Revolution to a two-goal lead, but second half goals by Joseph Ngwenya and Academy player Collin Martin led the comeback for D.C.

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