plays for Crystal Palace Baltimore of the NASL. Randi made quite an impression in his one season with the
Dynamo (2006) scoring 20 goals in 20 games, adding 1 assist. He powered the 2006 Dynamo to the Regular
Season National Championship, with an undefeated 14-0-2 record. That same season the Dynamo advanced to
the 4thround of the US Open Cup, further than any PDL team before or since. At UNC-Greensboro (2003-2006), Patterson
was a two-time All-American and two-time Southern Conference Player of the Year. He scored 61 goals with
19 assists, placing him fifth in all-time points at UNC-G with 141.
In January 2010, Randi signed with Crystal Palace Baltimore, playing in the
USSF 2nd Division. The new league was a U.S. Soccer negotiated resolution to a dispute between
the USL-1 and a breakaway owners group, the NASL. Patterson’s previous club, the Charleston Battery,
avoided the dispute entirely by moving from USL-1 to USL-2. Between his two seasons in Charleston, Randi
played indoor soccer in the Xtreme Soccer League. He began the XSL season with the Chicago Storm and was
traded to the New Jersey Ironmen at the mid-point. Randi was originally drafted by MLS side New York Red Bull with the 6th
pick in the Supplemental Draft. He spent the 2007 season on their Reserve Team – scoring 2 goals.
Patterson is one of an increasing number of Dynamo players with international experience. In 2008, he played
twice for the Trinidad & Tobago National Team and remains in their active player pool.