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Serna celebrates return to Miami
April 22nd, 2009 7:01AM
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[USL-1 TEAM OF WEEK]Miami's Diego Serna as the USL First Division Player of the Week. the Colombian celebrated his return to South Florida with a goal and assist in the Blue's 3-1 win over Cleveland. For the Team of the Week ...

Having last played a total of 13 minutes with the Colorado Rapids in 2005, the former Miami Fusion star had disappeared from the American soccer landscape playing in Ecuador with Macara and in Brazil with Fast.
 
Earning the USL-2 Player of the Week honor was Harrisburg striker Steve Fisher, who had both goals for the City Islanders to a 2-2 draw on the road against the Richmond Kickers.
 
USL First Division Team of the Week

GOALKEEPERS
Dusty Hudock, Charleston
Second straight shutout to open season
DEFENDERS
Lyle Adams, Austin
Goal in 1-1 draw against Minnesota
Nevio Pizzolitto, Montreal
Led team in 0-0 draw at Charleston
Frankie Sanfilippo, Charleston
Led team in pair of shutouts
Jack Stewart, Carolina
Led team in pair of victories
MIDFIELDERS
Leonardo Di Lorenzo, Montreal
Led team in 0-0 draw at Charleston
Tsuyoshi Yoshitake, Charleston
Led team in 0-0 draw against Montreal
Josh Gardner, Carolina
Assist in 1-0 win over Rochester
FORWARDS
Marcus Haber, Vancouver
Goal in 2-1 loss @ Puerto Rico
Diego Serna, Miami
Goal, two assists in 3-1 win over Cleveland
Nicholas Addlery, Puerto Rico
Two goals in 2-1 win over Vancouver

 



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