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USL-2 All-League Teams announced
August 17th, 2007 7AM
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Former MLS players Nelson Akwari, Mark Schulte and Mike Burke are among those players selected to the USL Second Division's all-league first team. Former No. 1 SuperDraft pick Steve Shak was named to the second team.

Ronnie Pascale (Richmond Kickers)
Voted the top netminder in the league for the 2007 season.

Nelson Akwari (Charlotte Eagles)
Former U.S. U-17 star and MLS veteran was one of four players in the league to play every minute.
Mark Schulte (Cleveland City Stars)
Former Columbus Crew defender tallied two goals and four assists.
Jay Willis (Western Mass Pioneers)
Four-year veteran scored twice.

Mike Burke (Richmond Kickers)
The USL-2 assist leader with nine on the year.
Matthew Mbuta (Crystal Palace Baltimore)
Cameroonian, who joined the club from the Malaysian Super League, finished with five goals and seven assists.
Adam Moffat (Cleveland City Stars)
Led the team with eight goals and two assists after arriving from Scottish Third Division Elgin City.
Matt Watson (Richmond Kickers)
Tied for the team lead in goals with with six and also tallied three assists.

Stephen Astwood (Bermuda Hogges)
Led the first-year Hogges with four goals and an assist.
Gary Brooks (Crystal Palace Baltimore)
Driving force behind the club's surge from near the bottom to fifth place, finishing with seven goals and two assists in nine games.
Jacob Coggins (Charlotte Eagles)
Led the USL2 in scoring (31 points) and goalscoring (12 goals) for the third time in four years.

Matt Nelson, Harrisburg City Islanders
James Greenslit, New Hampshire Phantoms
Shintaro Harada, Crystal Palace Baltimore
Michael Lookingland, Harrisburg City Islanders
Ashleigh Townsend, Cincinnati Kings
Maciel Everson, Western Mass Pioneers
Mo Oduor, Harrisburg City Islanders
Brian Ombiji, Harrisburg City Islanders
Steve Shak, Charlotte Eagles
Nigel Codrington, Cleveland City Stars
Robert Ssejjemba, Richmond Kickers

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