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Orlando, Austin and Dayton win organization honors
December 13th, 2013 9:56PM

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[USL AWARDS] At its annual Hall of Fame & Awards Dinner, Orlando City (USL PRO), the Austin Aztex (PDL) and Dayton Dutch Lions (W-League) were honored by United Soccer Leagues as its organizations of the year.

Three people -- Charleston Battery coach Mike Anhaeuser, Charlotte Lady Eagles president Patrick Stewart and former Hampton Roads Piranhas star Mercy Akide-Udoh -- were inducted into the USL Hall of Fame.
 
2013 USL Honors:
USL PRO
Regular-Season Champions: Richmond Kickers
Fair Play: Richmond Kickers
Marketing: Pittsburgh Riverhounds
Broadcast: Orlando City
Communications: Richmond Kickers
Betsy McAdams Key Grip Award: Hunter Leemon, Richmond Kickers
Progress Award: Pittsburgh Riverhounds
Executive of the Year: Jason Kutney, Pittsburgh Riverhounds
Organization of the Year: Orlando City
 
PDL
Regular-Season Champions: Thunder Bay Chill
Fair Play: Austin Aztex, NJ LUSO Parma, Southern California Seahorses
Marketing: FC Tucson
Broadcast: North Sound SeaWolves FC
Communications: Reading United AC
Rookie Franchise of the Year: Real Boston Rams
Progress Award: Victoria Highlanders FC
Betsy McAdams Key Grip Award: Teresa Howe, SW Florida Adrenaline
Executive of the Year: Mark deFrias, Victoria Highlanders FC
Organization of the Year: Austin Aztex
 
W-League
Regular-Season Champions: Virginia Beach Piranhas
Fair Play: Dayton Dutch Lions
Marketing: LA Strikers
Broadcast: Seattle Sounders Women
Communications: Washington Spirit Reserves
Rookie Franchise of the Year: Bay Area Breeze
Progress Award: Carolina Elite Cobras
Betsy McAdams Key Grip Award: Remy DuCote, Washington Spirit Reserves
Executive of the Year: Jon Billings, Seattle Sounders Women
Organization of the Year: Dayton Dutch Lions


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