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USL recognizes Rawlins, Zapko and Naimo
December 27th, 2012 8:30PM
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[AWARDS]Phil Rawlins (Orlando City), Scott Zapko (Carolina Dynamo) and Charlie Naimo (Pali Blues) were recognized with Executive of the Year awards for their respective outdoor leagues at the recent USL Hall of Fame & Awards Dinner. Naimo was also named one of the 10 Hall of Fame inductees. For more award winners ...

The PDL’s BYU Cougars, Fresno Fuego and West Virginia Chaos were also honored as 10+ Clubs after having completed 10 seasons in the league.

Besides Naimo, Hall of Fame inductees included Laurie Calloway (Men’s HOF, Coach), Nino DePasquali of the New York Magic (Women’s HOF, Coach), Earl Foreman (MISL HOF, Builder),Hector Marinaro(MISL HOF, Player), Ron Newman(MISL HOF, Coach), John Pugh of the Ottawa Fury (Women’s HOF, Builder), Bill Rudisill of the Wilmington Hammerheads (Men’s HOF, Builder), Dustin Swinehart of the Charlotte Eagles (Men’s HOF, Player), and Steve Zungul (MISL HOF, Player).
 
USL PRO AWARDS
Regular Season Champions: Orlando City
Fair Play: Charlotte Eagles
Marketing: Richmond Kickers
Media: Los Angeles Blues
Betsy McAdams Key Grip Award: Alex Wolf, Orlando City
Executive of the Year: Phil Rawlins, Orlando City
Progress Award: Wilmington Hammerheads
Organization of the Year: Rochester Rhinos
 
PDLAWARDS
Regular Season Champions: Michigan Bucks
Fair Play: Vancouver Whitecaps FC U-23s
Marketing:  Austin Aztex
Media: Baltimore Bohemians
Betsy McAdams Key Grip Award: Ric Granryd, Austin Aztex
Executive of the Year: Scott Zapko, Carolina Dynamo
Rookie Franchise of the Year: FC Tucson
Progress Award: Sounders FC U23
Organization of the Year: Forest City London
 
W-LEAGUEAWARDS
Regular Season Champions: Pali Blues, Ottawa Fury
Fair Play: D.C. United Women, New Jersey Rangers, New Jersey Wildcats
Marketing: Seattle Sounders Women
Media: D.C. United Women
Betsy McAdams Key Grip Award: Melanie Rutherford, Ottawa Fury
Executive of the Year: Charlie Naimo, Pali Blues
Rookie Franchise of the Year: Central S.C. Cobras
Progress Award: Quebec City Amiral
Organization of the Year: Seattle Sounders Women



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