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Richmond's Pascale takes USL PRO award
July 19th, 2011 6:04PM
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[WEEKLY HONORS] Goalkeeper Ronnie Pascale was named the USL PRO Player of the Week after making six saves, including a pair of crucial ones late in the game, to help the Richmond Kickers take a 1-0 victory over Antigua Barracuda FC and maintain its second position in the American Division. Atlanta Silverbacks forward Matt Horth and FC Tampa Bay defender Andres Arango took NASL Player of the Week honors.

Horth, the NASL Offensive Player of the Week, scored both of the Silverbacks’ goals in Sunday afternoon’s 2-2 draw with the Montreal Impact. The pair of goals brought Horth’s total to six this season, tied for third in the league in scoring, and four in his last four games.

Arango helped FC Tampa Bay win, 2-1, at FC Edmonton to extend the club’s unbeaten streak to a season-high four games. FCTB also snapped FC Edmonton's five-match unbeaten streak with the victory and held it to one goal after yielding four goals at Foote Field in May.

USL PRO Team of the Week
Goalkeeper
Ronnie Pascale, Richmond
Made six saves, including a pair late on, for a shutout against Antigua
Defenders
Anthony Calvano, Harrisburg
Was solid at the back as City Islanders took a point in Charlotte
Colin Falvey, Charleston
Earned back-to-back selections after good performance vs. Wilmington
Luke Williams, Charlotte
Had game-tying goal against Harrisburg to keep Eagles moving
Midfielders
Neil Shaffer, Pittsburgh
Scored game-tying goal as Riverhounds maintained playoff position
Luke Mulholland, Wilmington
Had game-winning goal for Hammerheads against Harrisburg
Lewis Neal, Orlando City
Beautiful free kick earned Lions victory against Rochester
Quame Holder, New York
Early goal helped FCNY earn point, stay in playoff race
Forwards
Cesar Rivera, Los Angeles
Had three goals in two games against Dutch Lions
Dane Kelly, Charleston
Speedy forward had game-winning goal against Wilmington
Andryi Budnyy, Wilmington
Pair of assists allowed Hammerheads to rally for victory



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