Indy riding five-game unbeaten streak into Saturday’s match
Indy Eleven vs The Miami FC
Saturday, September 2, 2023 – 7:00 p.m. ET
Carroll Stadium – Indianapolis
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2023 USL Championship Records
Indy Eleven: 10W-9L-8D (5), 38 pts; 6th in Eastern Conference
The Miami FC: 7W-11L-8D (-3) 29 pts; 10th in Eastern Conference
Community Health Network Sports Medicine Indy Eleven Injury Report
OUT: Y. Oettl (ankle), Martinez (quad), Chapman-Page (quad)
SETTING THE SCENE
The Boys in Blue stay at home looking to extend their five game unbeaten streak in a match-up against The Miami FC.
The Eleven are coming off a 2-1 win vs Loudoun United FC and are 4-0-1 in their last five games. With a 10-9-8 record, Indy is sixth in the USLC Eastern Conference. Miami is 3-2-0 in its last five matches and is coming off a 2-0 loss to the Tampa Bay Rowdies. MIA is 10th in the Eastern Conference at 7-11-8.
SERIES VS. MIAMI
Saturday marks the fourth meeting between the two teams, with the series even 1-1-1 in USL Championship action. This is the second match up of the 2023 season with the Boys in Blue taking the first meeting 1-0 on the road.
IND: 1-1-1 | GF 2, GA 2
8.12.23 | at MIA | W, 1-0
7.2.22 | Home | L, 0-1
6.8.22 | at MIA | D, 1-1
USL Championship Regular Season
The Miami FC 0:1 Indy Eleven
Saturday, August 12, 2023
FIU Stadium – Miami
IND – Adrian Diz Pe (Aodhan Quinn) 51′
Solomon Asante and Aodhan Quinn became the first two players in USL Championship history to reach both 50 regular season goals and 50 regular season assists. Asante (51G/53A) and Quinn (54G/50A) have combined for 104 goals/assists each, placing them in a tie for fourth on the USL Championship’s all-time list.
- Dane Kelly – 132 (106 goals & 26 assists)
- Enzo Martinez (BHM) – 113 (69 goals & 44 assists) *
- Jorge Herrera – 107 (72 goals & 35 assists)
- Aodhan Quinn (IND) – 104 (54 goals & 50 assists) *
Solomon Asante (IND) – 104 (51 goals & 53 assists) *
*Denotes active player
20,000 AND BEYOND…
Aodhan Quinn became the USL Championship’s leader in regular-season minutes played against Tampa Bay on July 22.
Minutes | 20,816 | 1st
Appearances | 250 | 6th
Assists | 50 | 4th
Quinn has 54 goals, and was the 24th player in USL Championship history to hit 50. He is one of only seven players to have a combined 100 career goals and assists with 54 goals and 50 assists, and is the second player to join the 50 goals/50 assists club.
Quinn has recorded 25 penalty kick goals in 28 attempts in his career in the league, the most of any individual player on record in league history.
LAST TIME OUT
IND 2:1 LDN
AUGUST 26, 2023
After trailing early, Indy Eleven battled back for a 2-1 victory at home against Loudoun United FC.
This win moves the Eleven to 10-9-8 extending their unbeaten streak to five games. Meanwhile, Loudoun’s record changes to 7-18-3.
Starting quickly, Loudoun’s Tommy Williamson found the back of the net scoring in the match’s opening minute. Indy Eleven looked to answer back possessing most of the ball which created chances in their attacking third.
Kicking off the second half, the Eleven fired back after an Aodhan Quinn penalty kick was slotted home to equalize the game at 1-1 in the 73rd minute. As a result of this penalty, Quinn adds to his USL career league lead with a 25th penalty kick goal.
Not long later in the 81st minute, Solomon Asante assisted Sebastian Guenzatti who scored to give Indy Eleven the winner at 2-1. This goal moved Guenzatti to sole possession of eighth in career goals rankings for the USL Championship. Asante’s assist gives him 53 across his career. As the final whistle sounded, the Eleven led possession with 53.6% and had the shot advantage with 13 to Loudoun’s six.
USL Championship Regular Season
Indy Eleven 2:1 Loudoun United FC
Saturday, August 26, 2023
Carroll Stadium, Indianapolis
LDN – Tommy Williamson (Cole Turner) 1’
IND – Aodhan Quinn (penalty) 73’
IND – Sebastian Guenzatti (Solomon Asante) 81’
IND – Jake Blake (caution) 22’
IND – Solomon Asante (caution) 42’
LDN – Houssou Landry (caution) 45’
IND – Stefano Pinho (caution) 90+4’