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Orlando City, Fresno and Ottawa take top honors
December 19th, 2011 3:20AM

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[AWARDS] Orlando City (USL PRO), the Fresno Fuego (PDL) and Ottawa Fury (W-League) were named the organizations of the year by United Soccer Leagues. For all the  clubs and individuals honored for their success on and off the field ...

Regular-Season Champions: Orlando City
Fair Play: Charlotte Eagles
Marketing: Orlando City
Communications: Harrisburg City Islanders
Betsy McAdams Key Grip Award: Whitney Woods, Charleston Battery
Executive of the Year: Bill Rudisill, Wilmington Hammerheads
Rookie Franchise of the Year: Wilmington Hammerheads
USL Progress Award: Pittsburgh Riverhounds
Organization of the Year: Orlando City
Regular-Season Champions: Fresno Fuego
Fair Play: Mississippi Brilla
Marketing: Fresno Fuego
Communications: Reading United AC
Betsy McAdams Key Grip Award: Adam Small, Des Moines Menace
Executive of the Year: John Marrello, Thunder Bay Chill
Rookie Franchise of the Year: Hamilton FC
USL Progress Award: Victoria Highlanders
Organization of the Year: Fresno Fuego
Regular-Season Champions: Ottawa Fury
Fair Play: Dayton Dutch Lions; Long Island Rough Riders
Marketing: Vancouver Whitecaps
Communications: Santa Clarita Blue Heat
Betsy McAdams Key Grip Award: Rachel Singer, Santa Clarita Blue Heat
Executive of the Year: Tim Schweitzer, Northern Virginia Majestics & D.C. United Women
Rookie Franchise of the Year: D.C. United Women
USL Progress Award: Santa Clarita Blue Heat
Organization of the Year: Ottawa Fury

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