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2014 PDL All-League Team
July 30th, 2014 7:44PM
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[AWARDS] The Michigan Bucks and FC Tucson led all teams with two selections apiece on the 2014 PDL All-League Team.
 
The Bucks, who host this weekend’s 2014 PDL Championship, are represented by the league’s Golden Boot winner Dzenan Catic (16 goals) and midfielder Zach Steinberger, while midfielder Ricardo Velazco and goalkeeper Billy Thompson were selected from FC Tucson, which lost in the Western Conference final to the Kitsap Pumas.
 
One notable selection: the Fresno Fuego’s Jose Cuevas, who has returned to USL PRO's Charleston Battery.

2014 PDL All-League Team
GK – Billy Thompson, FC Tucson
D – Yair Hernandez, Laredo Heat
D – Nolan Intermoia, Thunder Bay Chill
D – Cory Keitz, Kitsap Pumas
D – Ramon Martin Del Campo, San Jose Earthquakes U-23
M – Jose Cuevas, Fresno Fuego
M – Zach Steinberger, Michigan Bucks
M – Ricardo Velazco, FC Tucson
F – Dzenan Catic, Michigan Bucks
F – Anthony Grant, Seacoast United Phantoms
F – Chris Hellmann, Des Moines Menace


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