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Campos among three ex-MLS players honored
October 9th, 2012 10:26PM

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[AWARDS: NASL Best XI] San Antonio Scorpions striker Pablo Campos, the NASL's leading scorer with 20 goals, is one of three former MLS players named to the 2012 NASL Best XI.

Campos, the former NAIA and PDL star, played with Real Salt Lake and San Jose in 2009 and 2010. San Antonio defender Ryan Cochrane won two MLS Cups with Houston in his eight-year MLS career, while Carolina winger Nick Zimmerman played for both Philadelphia and New York.

2012 NASL Best XI:
Goalkeeper: Jeff Attinella (Tampa Bay Rowdies).
Defenders: Kyle Altman (Minnesota Stars), Ryan Cochrane (San Antonio Scorpions), Paul Hamilton (FC Edmonton), Takuya Yamada (Tampa Bay Rowdies).
Midfielders: Luke Mulholland (Tampa Bay Rowdies), Walter Ramirez (San Antonio Scorpions), Walter Restrepo (Ft. Lauderdale Strikers), Nick Zimmerman (Carolina RailHawks).
Forwards: Mark Anderson (Ft. Lauderdale Strikers), Pablo Campos (San Antonio Scorpions).



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