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Week 7: Shot-stopping Vallow earns top honors
May 20th, 2009 7AM

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[USL TEAMS OF THE WEEK] Scott Vallow, who stopped 11 shots, including a penalty, to lead Rochester to a 2-1 victory at Vancouver, and Crystal Palace Baltimore's Matthew Mbuta, who scored twice in his first two games back on loan from MLS's New York Red Bulls, earned the USL First Division and Second Division Player of the Week honors, respectively. For the USL-1 and USL-2 Teams of the Week ...

USL First Division Team of the Week

Goalkeeper
Scott Vallow, Rochester
Eleven saves in 2-1 win at Vancouver
Defenders
Nelson Akwari, Charleston
Led team in 0-0 draw at Montreal
Cedric Joqueviel, Montreal
Led team in pair of shutouts
Troy Roberts, Cleveland
Led team in 1-0 win at Minnesota
Devon McKenney, Carolina
Led team in 2-0 win at Miami
Midfielders
Luke Kreamalmeyer, Carolina
Two goals in 2-0 win at Miami
Joshua Boateng, Cleveland
Goal in 1-0 win at Minnesota
Stephen deRoux, Montreal
Led team in 4-0 win over Austin
Brian Farber, Portland
Goal in 2-1 win over Rochester
Johnny Menyongar, Rochester
Goal, assist in 2-1 win at Vancouver
Forward
Roberto Brown, Montreal
Goal, assist in 4-0 win over Austin

USL Second Division Team of the Week

Goalkeeper
Daryl Sattler, Wilmington
Two road shutouts in win and draw
Defenders
Yomby William, Richmond
Led team in 1-1 draw against Charlotte
Steve Shak, Charlotte
Goal in 2-1 win at Baltimore
Yendry Diaz, Maryland
Goal in 3-0 win over Western Mass
Cody Reinberg, Harrisburg
Goal in 1-0 win at Pittsburgh
Midfielders
John DeVae, Wilmington
Goal in 1-0 win at Bermuda
Diego Martins, Charlotte
Goal in 1-1 draw at Richmond
Ty Shipalane, Harrisburg
Assist in 1-0 win at Pittsburgh
Forwards
Gary Brooks, Maryland
Goal, assist in 3-0 win over Western Mass
Matthew Mbuta, Baltimore
Two goals in win and loss
Matthew Delicate, Richmond
Goal in 1-1 draw against Charlotte

 



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