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USL PRO Team of the Week
April 30th, 2014 5:05PM
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[AWARDS]Kevin Molino, the first player Orlando City signed for its MLS debut in 2015, was named USL PRO Player of the Week after he scored three goals in two games, both victories on the road. For the USL PRO Team of the Week.

The 23-year-old Trinidad & Tobago international scored twice as Orlando took a 3-2 victory over the FC Dallas Reserves last Tuesday night. Molino, the 2012 USL PRO MVP, also scored what proved to be the game-winning goal in the 2-1 win over OKC Energy FC on Saturday night.
 
Cameroonian teammate Adama Mbengue joined Molino on the USL Team of the Week.

The lone MLS lone player on the Team of the Week is LA Galaxy II’s Rafael Garcia, who led a trio of defenders selected as he scored an outstanding free kick goal and helped control Orange County’s attack in a 3-0 victory on Sunday.

USL PRO Team of the Week:
Goalkeeper
John McCarthy, Rochester --Had a pair of shutouts as Rochester took two victories.

Defenders

Rafael Garcia, LA Galaxy II --Scored the opening goal as Los Dos defeated Orange County.
JJ Greer, Charlotte -- Central to the Eagles’ shutout victory in Wilmington.
William Yomby, Richmond --Strong throughout as Kickers took big win in Dayton.

Midfielders

Matt Bahner, Harrisburg --Consistent throughout, played key role in first win of season.
Kevin Molino, Orlando -- Had three goals in two games, including both game-winners.
Paolo DelPiccolo, Arizona --Scored equalizer as United took draw with Galaxy II
Adama Mbengue, Orlando-- Had a goal and assist as Lions defeated Dallas Reserves

Forwards

JC Banks, Rochester --Two goals in two games as Rhinos claimed pair of wins,
Matt Delicate, Rochester --Scored twice as Kickers romped past Dutch Lions.
Chris Santana, Orange County -- Bagged a pair of goals on his professional debut for Blues


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