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Martin and Herron selected for second time
April 24th, 2012 5:28PM

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[WEEKLY HONORS] English goalkeeper Richard Martin was named the NASL Defensive Player of the Week for the second consecutive week. Also honored for the second time this season was Ft. Lauderdale Strikers forward Andy Herron, named the NASL Offensive Player of the Week. Charleston Battery midfielder Ryan Richter was named the USL PRO's Player of the Week. For the USL PRO Team of the Week ...

Martin conceded just one goal (an own goal) in two games for the first-place Puerto Rico Islanders

Herron scored two goals in the Strikers' 2-2 tie at San Antonio on Saturday.

Richter had a goal and an assist in the Battery's 3-0 victory against the Charlotte Eagles.
 
USL PRO Team of the Week:
Goalkeeper
Miguel Gallardo, Orlando
Made seven saves, including a key double-stop, in Lions’ victory

Defenders
Anthony Calvano, Pittsburgh
Helped the Riverhounds stifle Dayton’s attack in a 2-0 win
Tom Brandt, Harrisburg
Played key role in recording shutout in first professional start
Tyler Lassiter, Wilmington
Was sharp as the Hammerheads kept City Islanders off the board

Midfielders

James O’Connor, Orlando
Pulled the strings beautifully as Lions took third consecutive win
Andrew Welker, Harrisburg
Scored a goal and dominated in midfield in victory against Eagles
Ryan Richter, Charleston
Continued strong early-season play with goal and assist
Seth C’deBaca, Pittsburgh
Scored the game-winner in his first professional start
Irving Garcia, Los Angeles
Despite loss proved continually dangerous for Blues

Forwards

Andrew Hoxie, Rochester
Halftime sub had major impact in Rhinos win against Blues
Mauricio Salles, Charlotte
Scored beautiful free kick for Eagles’ first goal of the season



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