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Three former MLS players up for MVP award
September 4th, 2013 8PM

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[USL PRO] Three former MLS players -- Jose Angulo (Pittsburgh), Joseph Ngwenya (Richmond) and Jamie Watson (Orlando City) -- are the finalists for the 2013 USL PRO Most Valuable Player. For all the award categories ...

Most Valuable Player
Jose Angulo, Pittsburgh Riverhounds
Joseph Ngwenya, Richmond Kickers
Jamie Watson, Orlando City
 
Rookie of the Year
Nate Robinson, Richmond Kickers
Daniel Steres, Wilmington Hammerheads
Donald Toia, Phoenix FC Wolves
 
Defender of the Year
Colin Falvey, Charleston Battery
Rob Valentino, Orlando City
William Yomby, Richmond Kickers
 
Goalkeeper of the Year
Andrew Dykstra, Richmond Kickers
Nick Noble, Harrisburg City Islanders
Eric Reed, Charlotte Eagles

Coach of the Year
Patrick Bal, Dayton Dutch Lions
Mark Steffens, Charlotte Eagles
Leigh Cowlishaw, Richmond Kickers
 
The 2013 USL PRO Championship Game will see the No. 2-seed Orlando City host the No. 5-seed Charlotte Eagles at the Citrus Bowl at 7:30 p.m. ET on Saturday. The Eagles defeated the regular-season champion Richmond Kickers 2-1 to advance, while Orlando City held off the Charleston Battery, 3-2.


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