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JORGE HERRERA EN EL EQUIPO IDEAL DE LA SEMANA EN USL

Two goal in Saturday night's match with Atlanta United 2 earns Herrera on the USL Team of the Week

TAMPA, Fla. – Following a two-goal performance versus Atlanta United 2 on Saturday, Charlotte Independence forward  Jorge Herrera was named to the USL Team of the Week.  At 37-years-old, Herrera is tied for the league-lead in goals scored with 4th, and has recorded a goal in all three games for the Independence this season.

Orange County SC forward Thomas Enevoldsen has been voted the USL Player of the Week for Week 3 of the 2018 season. Enevoldsen scored four goals in two road victories for Orange County over the week’s action, including a hat trick in the side’s 5-0 win against Tulsa Roughnecks FC this past Saturday.

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Enevoldsen received 60 percent of the poll conducted by a national panel of independent media representing every USL market. FC Cincinnati goalkeeper Evan Newton finished second with 35 percent, while Charlotte Independence forward Jorge Herrera was third.

USL Team of the Week

GK – Evan Newton, FC Cincinnati: Newton posted a six-save shutout, including a double-save on a penalty kick and rebound, to lead FCC to a 1-0 road win against Indy Eleven.

D – Kalen Ryden, Real Monarchs SLC: Ryden scored twice on four total shots on goal to lead the Monarchs to a 4-2 victory against the Portland Timbers 2.

D – Sean Reynolds, Saint Louis FC: Reynolds made a game-saving challenge to deny a chance to Colorado Springs’ Saeed Robinson and completed 61 of 66 passes as STLFC earned a 1-0 win against the Switchbacks.

D – Joel Huiqui, Las Vegas Lights FC: Huiqui recorded three interceptions and seven clearances while marshaling the Lights FC defense as it held Swope Park to only three shots on goal in a 2-1 victory for Las Vegas.

M – Todd Wharton, Rio Grande Valley FC: Wharton scored the opening goal, recorded two key passes and three tackles and completed 30 of 33 passes in the Toros’ 2-2 draw with Sacramento.

M – Brian Shriver, Richmond Kickers: Shriver provided the assist on the Kickers’ game-winning goal against North Carolina and was influential throughout the game in the attacking third.

M – Paolo DelPiccolo, Louisville City FC: DelPiccolo recorded three key passes, including the assist on Oscar Jimenez’s game-winner, won seven of 11 duels overall and linked play well through the midfield.

M – Amando Moreno, New York Red Bulls II: Moreno notched a pair of goals on five total shots and completed 21 of 26 passes in New York’s romp past Charleston.

F – Juan Pablo Caffa, Fresno FC: Caffa scored once, completed 76 of 91 passes and recorded five key passes as the Foxes took victories against both Seattle Sounders FC 2 and OKC Energy FC.

F – Jorge Herrera, Charlotte Independence: Herrera scored twice as the Independence rallied on two occasions to earn a 2-2 draw with ATL UTD 2 to remain undefeated to start the season.

F – Thomas Enevoldsen, Orange County SC: Enevoldsen scored four goals in two games as Orange County swept a pair of victories in Oklahoma against Energy FC and the Roughnecks.

Bench: Evan Louro (NY), Alex Crognale (OC), Rony Argueta (FRS), Corben Bone (CIN), Ken Tribbett (PEN), Solomon Asante (PHX), Lebo Moloto (NSH)

 

 

 

 

 
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