Goal scoring is the lifeblood of the game, and the 2015 USL season has consisted of a flurry of memorable tallies. The USL record books are being rewritten heavily in this department with three players who have set themselves apart in their run to hold the single-season goal-scoring record.
OKC Energy FC’s Danni König (19 goals), Louisville City FC’s Matt Fondy (18 goals) and the Pittsburgh Riverhounds’ Rob Vincent (17 goals) represent the top tier of the goal scoring department and are within striking distance of the USL record of 20 goals scored by Orlando City SC’s Kevin Molino during the 2014 season. The remarkable part about this season is that all three players have already reached the top five in the single-season records in this category. They each have five games remaining in their regular-season schedule.
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