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Los Dos' Hoffman earns Player of the Week
May 14th, 2014 4:54PM
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[USL PRO] LA Galaxy II forward Chandler Hoffman was named Player of the Week after he recorded two goals in two games to help the Galaxy's second team to a win and tie in USL PRO action.

Hoffman scored the game-winner in a 2-1 victory over the Charlotte Eagles and opened the scoring for Los Dos as they drew 1-1 on the road against the Dayton Dutch Lions. Hoffman now sits tied for the league lead with five goals in eight appearances this season.

Orlando City star Kevin Molino’s fifth goal of the season proved decisive as the Lions took a 1-0 win against Pittsburgh on Friday night, while the same evening  and Richmond’s George Davis IV were both selected. opened the scoring in the Kickers’ 4-0 win against Arizona United.

Arizona’s Paolo DelPiccolo and Rochester’s Tyler Rosenlund also earned selection in the midfield, while Orange County’s Gibson Bardsley earned selection after his 90th-minute game-winner against Oklahoma City on Saturday night.

The Team of the Week’s defense is led by Charlotte’s Ben Newnam, who had a pair of good performances on the Eagles’ West Coast trip. Richmond’s Taylor Kemp, Dayton’s Brock Granger and the LA Galaxy II’s Kyle Venter were named after solid outings, while Wilmington's Quillan Roberts gets the nod in goal after his late saves preserved a 1-0 victory for the Hammerheads on the road in Charleston.


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