Loudoun United FC lost to Indy Elven on a last-minute goal on a Saturday night, although goal keeper Colin Miller recorded 10 saves in his first professional start.
Indy, one of the top teams in the USL Championship’s Eastern Conference, unloaded 28 shots, 11 on goal, during the match, while Loudoun fired only six shots and only three shots on goal. Midfielder Andrew Lubahn got United on the scoreboard first with his goal at the 12-minute mark. Loudoun held the lead until minute 66 when Indy tied it up. The teams were headed for a draw until Indy scored again in the final minute of regulation.
Loudoun United, 3-6-3, next plays Friday, June 28 at Audi Field in Washington, DC, against Atlanta United 2, which with a record of 3-7-4 is just one point ahead of Loudoun in the championship standings.
Area residents will have a chance to see the team up close during two open training sessions planned Thursday and Friday at Bolen Park south of Leesburg. The practices are scheduled to start at 11 a.m.
For more information, go to loudoununitedfc.com.