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Richardson and Ceus claim top honors
July 29th, 2009 7:02AM

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[USL-1 TEAMS OF THE WEEK] Guyana star Gregory Richardson, who began the 2009 season with MLS's Colorado Rapids, scored three goals in the Carolina RailHawks' 4-0 win over Miami and Steward Ceus earned shutouts for the Charlotte Eagles in a 3-0 win at Maryland and 0-0 tie at Baltimore to earn USL First and Second Division Player of the Week honors, respectively. For all the Team of the Week selections ...

USL First Division Team of the Week

GOALKEEPERS
Bill Gaudette, Puerto Rico
Five saves in 0-0 draw at Portland

DEFENDERS
Matt Bobo, Charleston
Goal in 2-1 win over Carolina
Stephen Keel, Portland
Led team in 0-0 draw against Puerto Rico
Nigel Henry, Puerto Rico
Led team in 0-0 draw at Portland

MIDFIELDERS
Tyrell Burgess, Vancouver
Assist in 4-2 win over Puerto Rico
AJ Godbolt, Austin
Goal, assist in 2-2 draw against Montreal
Ciaran O'Brien, Montreal
Two assists in 4-1 win over Cleveland
Tiger Fitzpatrick, Rochester
Two assists in 4-1 win over Cleveland

FORWARDS
Gifton Noel-Williams, Austin
Goal, assist in 2-2 draw against Montreal
Gregory Richardson, Carolina
Three goals in 4-0 win over Miami
Paulo Araujo, Miami
Two goals in 2-1 win at Minnesota

USL Second Division Team of the Week

GOALKEEPERS
Steward Ceus, Charlotte
Two shutouts at Maryland, Baltimore

DEFENDERS
Colin Falvey, Wilmington
Led team in 2-1 win at Harrisburg
Ryan Pierce, Baltimore
Led team in 0-0 draw against Charlotte
Nathan Salsi, Pittsburgh
Goal in 3-0 win over Western Mass
Josh Rife, Charlotte
Led team in two road shutouts

MIDFIELDERS
Jamie Franks, Wilmington
Goal in 3-2 win over Richmond
Amaury Nunes, Charlotte
Goal in 3-0 win at Maryland
Jeff Hughes, Pittsburgh
Goal in 1-1 draw against Western Mass
Jorge Herrera, Charlotte
Assist in 3-0 win at Maryland

FORWARDS
Kenny Bundy, Wilmington
Goal, assist in two wins
Randolph Jerome, Pittsburgh
Two goals, assist in 3-0 win again Western Mass

 



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