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2018 Golden Boot

From established standouts to remarkable newcomers, the race for the 2018 USL Golden Boot has seen multiple contenders throw their hats into the ring over the first half of the regular season.

As the race for the 2018 USL Cup Playoffs heats up, this is the spot to keep up with which players are in contention for the prestigious honor that will see someone join the ranks of of former winners Dom Dwyer (2013), Kevin Molino (2014), Matt Fondy (2015), Sean Okoli (2016) and Dane Kelly (2017) at the end of the regular season, and whether the single-season record of 22 goals will be challenged this fall.


11 GOALS

 


11 GOALS

 


10 GOALS

 


10 GOALS

 


10 GOALS

 


10 GOALS

 



Best of the Rest: Kharlton Belmar (SPR) - 9 G, Danni König (CIN) - 9 G, Amando Moreno (NY) - 9 G, Chris Cortez (PHX) - 9 G, Emmanuel Ledesma (CIN) - 9 G, Efrain Alvarez (LA) - 8 G, Neco Brett (PGH) - 8 G, Brian Brown (RNO) - 8 G, Cordell Cato (CLT) - 8 G, David Estrada (SEA) - 8 G, Jemal Johnson (FRS) - 8 G, Foster Langsdorf (POR) - 8 G, Joaquin Rivas (TUL) - 8 G, Ethan Zubak (LA) - 8 G, Nazmi Albadawi (CIN) - 7 G, Hadji Barry (SPR) - 7 G, Juan Pablo Caffa (FRS) - 7 G, Kyle Greig (STL) - 7 G, Jason Johnson  (PHX) - 7 G, Lucky Mkosana (PEN) - 7 G, Brian White (NY) - 7 G, Solomon Asante (PHX) - 6 G, Chandler Hoffman (SLC) - 6 G, Gordon Wild (CHS) - 6 G, Ilija Ilić (LOU) - 6 G, Georgi Hristov (TBR) - 6 G, Jon Gallagher (ATL) - 6 G, Brian Shriver (RIC) - 6 G, Jordan Burt (COS) - 6 G, 

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