This offseason things got even worse, with the USSF having to step in and cobble together a second division consisting of USL1 teams and those who are breaking away to form the reincarnated NASL.
Technically Rochester might still be in the USL -- both the USL and NASL web sites list them as a team. At the very least they will officially be done with the USL next season. The same can be said of the reborn Tampa Bay Rowdies and the new NSC team in Minnesota, which I neglected to put into the "in" column.
Here's an updated chart reflecting the chaos.
|none||Charleston Battery (dropped to USL2)|
|Cleveland City Stars (folded)|
|Minnesota Thunder (folded)|
|Carolina Railhawks (moved to NASL)|
|Miami FC (moved to NASL)|
|Montreal Impact (moved to NASL)|
|Vancouver Whitecaps (moved to NASL)|
|Rochester Raging Rhinos (moved to NASL)|
|Cleveland City Stars||Seattle Sounders (moved to MLS)|
|Austin Aztex||Atlanta Silverbacks (on hiatus)|
|none||California Victory (folded)|
|California Victory||Virginia Beach Mariners (folded)|
|Carolina Railhawks||Toronto Lynx (folded)|
|Miami FC||Richmond Kickers (dropped to USL2)|
|none||Syracuse Salty Dogs (folded)|
|Milwaukee Wave (folded)|
|Edmonton Aviators (folded)|
|Calgary Mustangs (folded)|
|Puerto Rico Islanders||none|