Reno gets a point in standings, will have to wait to clinch home playoff match

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RENO, Nev. (KOLO) Stats courtesy of Reno 1868 F.C.

- Reno’s draw earns them a point, bringing their season total to 54 and growing the gap between them and fourth-place Real Monarchs SLC (46 points) who did not play today. SLC takes on Orange County on Wednesday.
- Reno draws for the first time since May 18 at Tacoma Defiance. This is just the sixth draw all season for the club.
- The last time Reno drew 0-0 was October 6, 2018 at Phoenix Rising. This is the fifth time ever Reno drew 0-0, and just the second time it happened at home.
- Keeper JT Marcinkowski posted his fourth clean sheet of the season, notching nine saves on the night. Marcinkowski’s season total now stands at 63, leading the team.
- Marcinkowski’s season save total of 63 is the third-most in club history, and just seven short of a career best.
- The four clean sheets on the season are the fourth-most in club history for an individual.
- The clean sheet is the seventh on the season for Reno, and second straight at home. Of Reno’s seven clean sheets, six have come at Greater Nevada Field.
- A draw means that even with an Orange County loss, Reno cannot clinch a home playoff match tonight.