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Carolina players win NASL awards
May 11th, 2011 12:21AM
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[WEEKLY HONORS] Carolina RailHawks forward Etienne Barbara and goalkeeper Brad Knighton were named the NASL Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, while Orlando City forward Max Griffin was named the USL PRO Player of the Week.

Barbara scored two goals -- giving him a league-leading six for the season -- and had one assist in Saturday’s 3-1 win over FC Tampa Bay, while Knighton made 11 saves to allow the RailHawks to extend their unbeaten streak to four games (3-0-1).

Griffin scored the game-winning goal in the Lions’ 1-0 victory against Dayton on Saturday night.

USL PRO Team of the Week:
Keita De Castro, Barracuda FC
Posted shutouts the ‘Cudas two victories, continuing his shutout streak


John  Wilson, Charleston
Continued a dominant season in both of the Battery’s games
Ivan Becerra, Wilmington
Scored early as the Hammerheads almost took points on the road
Kyle Hoffer, New York
Had the goal as New York earned its second point of the season


Tony Donatelli, Rochester
Scored game-winner as Rhinos won home opener
Jamie Watson, Orlando
Provided assist for Griffin on the road at Dayton
Gerson dos Santos, Richmond
Had equalizer as Kickers rallied for 2-1 victory
Orlando Mitchum, Barracuda FC
Had a goal and assist as Barracuda FC won pair of games


Max Griffin, Orlando
Had game-winning goal for his fifth of the season
Matt Delicate, Richmond
Continued to provide key goals, another game-winner on Saturday
Jose Angulo, Harrisburg
Goal earned City Islanders their first point of the season

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