The Swope Park Rangers closed out their regular season last night with a come from behind win over Seattle Sounders 2 at Swope Soccer Village last night. Former Sporting Kansas City academy player, Nansel Selbol capped off the comeback scoring a penalty kick in the 54th minute to give the Rangers the lead. Selbol’s goal also turned out to be the 100th league goal that the Rangers have scored in their two years of exisistence. Here are other milestones and stats from last night.
Sporting Kansas City
The loss was Peter Vermes' 105th in all competitions as KC's head coach, breaking his tie with Bob Gansler for most in team history (Vermes has been in charge of 61 more games).
Swope Park Rangers
At 17 years, 236 days, Max Rugova became the second youngest player to start a game in league play or all competitions for Swope Park.
Nansel Selbol's goal was the 100th league goal for Swope.
Selbol made his 49th league appearance, tying him with Amer Didic for 2nd all time on that list.
Selbol's goal was his 10th in all competitions for SPR, tying him with Kris Tyrpak for 3rd all time on that list.
In the 56th minute, Selbol moved ahead of Kevin Oliveira and into 9th place for minutes played in all competitions. Then in the 83rd minute he moved ahead of Tommy Meyer and into 8th place on that list, finishing the game with 2,360 minutes played.
Selbol made his 51st appearance in all competitions for SWope, breaking his tie with Mark Anthony Gonzalez for 4th all time on that list.
Lebo Moloto's goal was his 7th in league play for Swope, tying him with Tyrpak for 4th all time on that list.
Christian Duke recorded his 8th assist in league and all competitions, giving him sole possession of second place on both lists.
In the 63rd minute, Colton Storm moved ahead of Meyer and into 10th place for league minutes played for Swope, he finished the game with 2,202