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Tarley and Noviello earn top honors
August 19th, 2009 7AM

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[USL TEAMS OF THE WEEK] Melvin Tarley, whose goal gave the Minnesota Thunder a 1-0 victory at Miami FC for its first USL-1 road win of the season and who followed up with two goals in a 2-2 tie at Austin, and Jyler Noviello, who had the winning and tying goals for the Wilmington Hammerheads in a win and tie that gave them the USL Second Division title, are the USL Players of the Week. For the Teams of the Week ...

USL First Division Team of the Week

GOALKEEPER
Caleb Patterson-Sewell, Carolina
Seven saves in 0-0 draw at Vancouver

DEFENDERS

John Krause, Puerto Rico
Goal in 1-0 win against Montreal
David Hayes, Portland
Assist in 4-1 win at Rochester
Jeremy Tolleson, Carolina
Led team in 0-0 draw at Vancouver
Chris Pozniak, Vancouver
Led team in 0-0 draw against Carolina

MIDFIELDERS

Ricardo Sanchez, Minnesota
Two assists in win, draw on road
Tsuyoshi Yoshitake, Charleston
Two goals in 4-1 win over Cleveland
Ryan Pore, Portland
Two goals, assist in two road wins

FORWARDS

Jean Alexandre, Austin
Goal, assist in 2-2 draw against Minnesota
Melvin Tarley, Minnesota
Three goals in draw, win on road
Mandjou Keita, Portland
Goal, assist in 4-1 win at Rochester

USL Second Division Team of the Week

GOALKEEPER
Danny Waltman, Pittsburgh
Six saves in 1-0 win over Baltimore

DEFENDERS
Rusty Pierce, Wilmington
Led team in 2-0 win over Maryland
Ben Johnson, Charlotte
Assist in 3-0 win over Western Mass
Cody Bragg, Pittsburgh
Led team in 1-0 win over Baltimore

MIDFIELDERS

Edens Chery, Western Mass
Assist in 2-1 win over Harrisburg
Amaury Nunes, Charlotte
Two goals in 3-0 win over Western Mass
Jyler Noviello, Wilmington
Two goals in win, draw to finish first
Ryan Solle, Wilmington
Goal in 2-2 draw at Richmond

FORWARDS

Almir Barbosa, Western Mass
Goal in 2-1 win at Harrisburg
Matthew Delicate, Richmond
Two goals in 2-2 draw against Wilmington
Bill Brindley, Pittsburgh
Goal in 1-0 win over Baltimore

 



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