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Hayes and Barbosa earn top honors
July 22nd, 2009 7AM



USL veteran David Hayes, whose goal earned the Portland Timbers a 1-1 tie at Miami FC and keep alive their unbeaten streak that they would extend to a record 15 games two nights later, and Cape Verdean Almira Barbosa, who scored three goals in a win and draw for the Western Mass Pioneers against Bermuda, 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

Sdrjan Djekanovic, Montreal
One PK allowed in two games

David Hayes, Portland
Goal in 1-1 draw at Miami
Christian Arrieta, Puerto Rico
Goal in 1-0 win at Montreal
Troy Roberts, Cleveland
Led team in 0-0 draw against Charleston
John Ball, Rochester
Led team in 0-0 draw against Montreal

Tony McManus, Portland
Led team in 3-0 win at Miami
Gregory Richardson, Carolina
Goal in 2-1 win over Vancouver
Johnny Menyongar, Rochester
Goal in 1-1 draw against Charleston
Keith Savage, Portland
Goal in 3-0 win at Miami

Rod Dyachenko, Minnesota
Goal in 1-0 win over Austin
Randi Patterson, Charleston
Goal in 1-1 draw at Rochester

USL Second Division Team of the Week

Chase Harrison, Harrisburg
Three saves in 1-0 win over Pittsburgh

Kenny Cutler, Richmond
Led team in 2-1 win at Baltimore
Dustin Bixler, Harrisburg
Led team in 1-0 win over Pittsburgh
Luke Williams, Charlotte
Assist in 1-1 draw against Maryland
Federico Molinari, Western Mass
Goal, assist in two games against Bermuda

Amaury Nunes, Charlotte
Goal in 1-1 draw against Maryland
Damon Ming, Bermuda
Goal in 2-2 draw at Western Mass
Mark Newkowski, Western Mass
Goal in 5-0 win over Bermuda

Gary Brooks, Maryland
Goal in 1-1 draw at Charlotte
Jamie Watson, Wilmington
Two goals in 3-1 win over Maryland
Almir Barbosa, Western Mass
Three goals, assist in win, draw against Bermuda

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