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USL-2 all-league teams
August 23rd, 2010 6:10PM
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[AWARDS] The regular-season champion Charleston Battery and runner-up Richmond Kickers, who will meet in Saturday's final, lead the way by placing three players each on the United Soccer Leagues Second Division All-League First Team.

Charleston, which has the league’s most potent offense, was represented by forwards Lamar Neagle and Tom Heinemann and midfielder Alioune Gueye were chosen for the First Team.
 
Representing Richmond are defender Yomby William and forward Matt Delicate and midfielder Luke Vercollone.
 
2010 USL-2 All-League First Team
GK – Hunter Gilstrap, Pittsburgh Riverhounds
D – Dustin Bixler, Harrisburg City Islanders
D – Gareth Evans, Real Maryland Monarchs
D – Shintaro Harada, Pittsburgh Riverhounds
D – Yomby William, Richmond Kickers
MF – Alioune Gueye, Charleston Battery
MF – Jorge Herrera, Charlotte Eagles
MF – Luke Vercollone, Richmond Kickers
F – Matt Delicate, Richmond Kickers
F – Tom Heinemann, Charleston Battery
F – Lamar Neagle, Charleston Battery
 
2010 USL-2 All-League Second Team
GK – Brian Levey, Real Maryland Monarchs
D – Anthony Calvano, Harrisburg City islanders
D – Greg Dalby, Charlotte Eagles
D – Sascha Goerres, Richmond Kickers
D – David Hertel, Richmond Kickers
MF – Michael Burke, Richmond Kickers
MF – Rudolph Mayard, Charleston Battery
MF – Jason Pelletier, Harrisburg City Islanders
MF - Darren Toby, Charlotte Eagles
F – Jeremy Deighton, Pittsburgh Riverhounds
F – Chad Severs, Pittsburgh Riverhounds



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