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Navia continues hot streak
May 2nd, 2012 12:09AM

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[HONORS WEEKLY] Atlanta Silverbacks forward Reinaldo Navia, who has scored five goals in his past three games, was named the NASL Offensive Player of the Week. Tampa Bay Rowdies goalkeeper Jeff Attinella was named the Defensive Player of the Week. Charlotte Eagles defender Luke Williams was named the USL PRO Player of the Week.

Navia’s most recent performance featured a pair of goals in the Silverbacks’ 3-3 draw against Minnesota Stars FC on Saturday.

Attinella made six saves in Tampa Bay’s 3-1 victory over previously unbeaten Ft. Lauderdale on Saturday night. With the victory, the Rowdies extended their unbeaten streak to four games

Williams, who was joined on the USL PRO Team of the Week by teammate Jorge Herrera, helped the Eagles split against Antigua Barracuda FC.

USL PRO Team of the Week
Goalkeeper
Andrew Dykstra, Charleston
Had four saves, including key stops late, in Battery’s 1-0 win
Defenders
Luke Williams, Charlotte
Was dynamic in both games against Antigua, keying victory
George Kyriazis, Rochester
Strong presence at center back as Rhinos took third victory
William Yomby, Richmond
Helped shut out Orlando for first time this season
Kyle Davies, Orlando
Put in solid performance to help Lions earn point
Midfielders
Nicki Paterson, Charleston
Second goal of season earned Battery third victory
Jorge Herrera, Charlotte
Was focal point of Eagles’ attack; scored on standout free kick
Luke Vercollone, Richmond
Strong midfield performance limited Orlando’s chances
Forwards
Stefan Smith, Antigua
Took the division lead with two goals in Thursday’s victory
Andriy Budnyy, Wilmington
Scored goal, was unlucky not to have more, in Hammerheads’ win
J.C. Banks, Rochester
Scored only goal, his second of season, to keep Rhinos perfect



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