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Carolina's Barbara continues scoring tear
May 17th, 2011 8:08PM
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[WEEKLY HONORS] The Carolina Railhawks' Etienne Barbara was named the NASL’s Offensive Player of the Week for the third time this season after he scored three goals and had one assist in their two wins last week to give him a league-high nine goals and 20 points.

FC Edmonton’s Lance Parker was named the NASL’s Defensive Player of the Week after he made numerous timely saves from close range to earn it a 0-0 tie at FC Tampa Bay.

Wilmington Hammerheads forward Chris Banks scored twice in their 3-1 victory over FC New York on Saturday night to earn USL PRO Player of the Week honors.
USL PRO Team of the Week:
Chase Harrison, Harrisburg
Recorded a six-save shutout against Rochester, also strong against Richmond
Rob Valentino, Orlando
Played strongly for the Lions in a 1-0 win against Pittsburgh
Kyle Hoffer, New York
Key figure in shutout against Charleston for franchise’s first victory
Dustin Bixler, Harrisburg
Was strong at heart of City Islanders’ defense in good week for the team
Walter Gaitan, Los Angeles
Almost salvaged a point for his side in defeat against Charlotte
Jorge Herrera, Charlotte
Had game-winning goal, assist in Eagles’ first victory of the season
Luke Vercollone, Richmond
Another strong midfield performance as Kickers remained undefeated
Kevin Molino, Orlando
Scored game-winning goal for Lions in 1-0 victory against Pittsburgh
Chris Banks, Wilmington
Had his first two goals of the season, including the gamewinner, in 3-1 win
Graciano Brito, New York
Scored twice in two games including gamewinner against Charleston
J.C. Banks, Rochester
Assisted on both Rhinos’ goals in 2-0 victory against Antigua

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