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Orlando City dominates All-USL PRO selections
September 4th, 2012 7:49PM

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[AWARDS] Regular-season champion Orlando City leads all teams with seven players selected to the All-USL PRO teams, three on the first team and four on the second. The Charleston Battery and Wilmington Hammerheads, who will meet Saturday night for the 2012 USL PRO Championship, each have two players selected.

Charleston placed a pair of players on the first team: midfielder Nicki Paterson, second in goalscoring, and forward Jose Cuevas, who finished tied for fifth in points. The Hammerheads are represented by forward Corey Hertzog, who is on loan from MLS's New York Red Bulls, on the first team.

2012 USL PRO All-League First Team
GK – Kristian Nicht, Rochester Rhinos (Germany)
D – Josh Rife, Charlotte Eagles (USA)
D – Troy Roberts, Rochester Rhinos (USA)
D – Rob Valentino, Orlando City (USA)
D – William Yomby, Richmond Kickers (Cameroon)
MF – J.C. Banks, Rochester Rhinos (USA)
MF – Kevin Molino, Orlando City (Trin. & Tobago)
MF – Nicki Paterson, Charleston Battery (Scotland)
F – Dennis Chin, Orlando City (USA)
F – Jose Cuevas, Charleston Battery (USA)
F – Corey Hertzog, Wilmington Hammerheads (USA)
 
2012 USL PRO All-League Second Team
GK – Miguel Gallardo, Orlando City (Mexico)
D – Kieron Bernard, Orlando City (Jamaica)
D – Erlys Garcia, Los Angeles Blues (Cuba)
D – Quentin Griffith, Barracuda FC (Antigua & Barbuda)
D – Jerome Mechack, Orlando City (Haiti)
MF – Joel DeLass, Dayton Dutch Lions (USA)
MF – Matt Kassel, Pittsburgh Riverhounds (USA)
MF – Bryce Taylor, Wilmington Hammerheads (USA)
F – Bright Dike, Los Angeles Blues (USA)
F – Matt Luzunaris, Orlando City (USA)
F – Lucky Mkosana, Harrisburg City Islanders (Zimbabwe)



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