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Lafayette Swamp Cats (USL)

Lafayette Swamp Cats
Full name Lafayette Swamp Cats
Nickname(s) The Swamp Cats
Founded 2000
Ground Clark Field
Ground Capacity ????
Manager Sean Connor
League USL Premier Development League
2004 6th, Mid South Division

Lafayette Swamp Cats were an American soccer team, founded in 2000. The team was a member of the United Soccer Leagues Premier Development League (PDL), the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, until 2004, when the team left the league and the franchise was terminated.

They were given “provisional status” in 2000, and played 12 exhibition games against other PDL sides, before joining the league full-time in 2001 as the Louisiana Outlaws, a name they kept until 2003, when they changed their name to the Swamp Cats.

The Swamp Cats played their home games at Clark Field in the city of Lafayette, Louisiana. The team's colors were red and yellow.

Final Squad

vs Laredo Heat, 17 July 2004

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
0 GK David Campean
1 GK Andrew Holtz
2 MF Alex Garcia
5 DF Harvey Quenaves
6 MF Blaine Cottam
8 DF Christopher Austin
9 MF Ryan Martin
No. Position Player
10 FW Daniel Charles
11 DF Corey Talley
16 MF Jason Beck
18 DF John Goodloe
19 MF Anselmo Aparicio
22 MF Jonas Lopez
25 FW Jaime Sandoval

Year-by-year

Year Division League Regular Season Playoffs Open Cup
2001 4 USL PDL 3rd, Mid-South Did not qualify Did not qualify
2002 4 USL PDL 5th, Mid-South Did not qualify Did not qualify
2003 4 USL PDL 7th, Mid-South Did not qualify Did not qualify
2004 4 USL PDL 6th, Mid-South Did not qualify Did not qualify

Competition history

Notable former players

Coaches

Stadia

Average attendance

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