STATS CORNER | Notable Numbers From The 2017 Season

Go behind the numbers from this year's NASL campaign
Matthew Levine (@NASLInsider} | Dec 1, 2017

Photo credit: Miami FC

During the 2017 season, a few NASL Modern Era records were broken and some notable milestones were reached. Here's a rundown of some of the key numbers from this year: 

1864 - Jacksonville Armada FC defender Mechack Jérôme attempted the most passes

500 - Indy Eleven goalkeeper Jon Busch reached career appearance 500 during the year 

367 - New York Cosmos goalkeeper Jimmy Maurer now leads the league in all-time saves

338 - Total goals scored during the season

175 - Jacksonville defender Aaron Pitchkolan is the new leader in career appearances 

172 - Jérôme led the league in clearances

104 - Busch made the most saves in 2017

92.5 - Miami FC defender Mason Trafford led the league in passing accuracy 

83 - San Francisco Deltas defender Reiner Ferreira had the most interceptions

74.5 - Miami's Daniel Vega led the league in save percentage (minimum 10 games played)

73 - New York midfielder Emmanuel Ledesma overwhelmingly led the league in created chances, doing so in 19 appearances 

61 - Miami set the record for most goals in the regular season

55 - Maurer is also the new leader in career goalkeeper victories 

33 - Miami had the largest goal differential in NASL play and the number of blocks made by Indy Eleven defender Colin Falvey to lead the league in that category

21 -  Miami set the record for most regualr-season wins, while Vega now has the most goalkeeper wins in a season

17 - Miami forward Stéfano Pinho's goal tally en route to claiming his second Golden Boot in three seasons 

15 - Vega finished with one shutout shy of tying a league record

9 - Miami forward Jaime Chávez led the league in assists, coming one shy of tying the league record for most in a season

4 - Pinho became the second player to score four goals in a game when he did so in Miami FC's Spring title-clinching victory 

3 - Jacksonville midfielder Jack Blake scored two hat tricks in the season becoming the third straight player to do so after Pinho (2015) and Eamon Zayed (2016)

2 - Miami became the first club to win both the Spring and Fall Season titles 

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