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More U.S. Soccer awards announced
December 17th, 2008 6:45AM

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U.S. Soccer has announced the winners of the 2008 Best of U.S. Soccer awards presented by Soccer America in four more categories. The winners for Best Assist, Best all-access Video, Best Performance: Player and Best Goal: Academy were selected by fans in online voting at ussoccer.com. The winners are ...

Best Assist
1. Lindsey Tarpley vs. Ireland (Sept. 20) 25%
2. Abby Wambach vs. Australia (May 3) 24%
3. Freddy Adu vs. Netherlands (Aug. 10) 18%

Best all_access Video

1. Tobin Heath Walkabout  47%
2. Gold-Medal Winners 14%
3. It Starts here 12%

Best Performance: Player

1. Tim Howard vs. Argentina (June 8) 31%
2. Hope Solo vs. Brazil (Aug. 21) 27%
3. Michelle Enyeart vs. Trinidad & Tobago (June 18) 11%

Best Goal: Academy

1. Andrew Bulls, Baltimore Bays vs. LAFC  31 %
2. Kevin Mejia, LAFC vs. Baltimore Bays 26 %
3. Zach Kupfer, Albertson vs. CASL    22 %

More winners are set to be unveiled this week at U.S. Soccer's Studio 90.



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