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D.C. United duo makes USL PRO team of week
April 9th, 2014 7:35PM
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[DOWN ON THE FARM] A pair of D.C. United loanees, Kyle Porter and Michael Seaton, on the Richmond Kickers joined USL PRO Player of the Week Kyle Greig as the three strikers named to USL PRO's Team of the Week. For a look at MLS players on loan last week.

Porter had a pair of goals, including the gamewinner, and Seaton, in his second season in Richmond, tallied his first goal of the season in a 3-1 win over the Pittsburgh Riverhounds.

-- FC Dallas has loaned forward Jonathan Top to Arizona United SC, which plays its first USL PRO game under new ownership Saturday at home against OKC Energy FC.
 
2014 MLS Loan Players:
Columbus
F Ryan Finley (did not dress), Dayton (USL PRO), 1-0 at Charlotte
M Kevan George (90 minutes), Dayton (USL PRO), 1-0 at Charlotte
D Ross Friedman (89 minutes, 1 assist), Dayton (USL PRO), 1-0 at Charlotte
M Matt Walker (67 minutes), Dayton (USL PRO), 1-0 at Charlotte
GK Brad Stuver (did not dress), Dayton (USL PRO), 1-0 at Charlotte

FC Dallas
M
Brian Span, Orlando City (USL PRO), 3-1 vs. Rochester

D.C. United
D *Steven Birnbaum (90 minutes), Richmond (USL PRO), 3-1 vs. Pittsburgh
F Christiano Francois (sub: 11 minutes, 1 assist), Richmond (USL PRO), 3-1 vs. Pittsburgh
M Collin Martin (79 minutes), Richmond (USL PRO), 3-1 vs. Pittsburgh
M *Kyle Porter (90 minutes, 2 goals), Richmond (USL PRO), 3-1 vs. Pittsburgh
D Jalen Robinson (did not dress), Richmond (USL PRO), 3-1 vs. Pittsburgh
GK Joe Willis (with D.C. United), Richmond (USL PRO), 3-1 vs. Pittsburgh
*temporary loans.

Houston
D Anthony Arena (90 minutes), Pittsburgh (USL PRO), 1-3 at Richmond
F Jason Johnson (65 minutes), Pittsburgh (USL PRO), 1-3 at Richmond
GK Michael Lisch (on bench), Pittsburgh (USL PRO), 1-3 at Richmond
M Brian Ownby (sub: 45 minutes), Pittsburgh (USL PRO), 1-3 at Richmond
F Bryan Salazar (did not dress), Pittsburgh (USL PRO), 1-3 at Richmond

New England
D Jossimar Sanchez (did not dress), Rochester (USL PRO), 1-3 at Orlando City
GK Luis Soffner (90 minutes), Rochester (USL PRO), 1-3 at Orlando City
M Alec Sundly (did not dress), Rochester (USL PRO), 1-3 at Orlando City

Philadelphia
M Cristhian Hernandez (83 minutes), Harrisburg (USL PRO), 0-0 at Wilmington
M Jimmy McLaughlin (sub: 27 minutes), Harrisburg (USL PRO), 0-0 at Wilmington
D Richie Marquez (90 minutes), Harrisburg (USL PRO), 0-0 at Wilmington
M Pedro Ribeiro (90 minutes), Harrisburg (USL PRO), 0-0 at Wilmington

Portland
D Taylor Peay (90 minutes), Orange County (USL PRO), 0-2 vs. OKC Energy FC
F Schillo Tshuma (74 minutes), Orange County (USL PRO), 0-2 vs. OKC Energy FC
 
Sporting KC
M Christian Duke (89 minutes), OKC Energy FC (USL PRO), 2-0 at Orange County
GK Jon Kempin (with Sporting KC), OKC Energy FC (USL PRO), 2-0 at Orange County
M Mikey Lopez (sub: 3 minutes), Orlando City (USL PRO), 3-1 vs. Rochester

Toronto FC

M Manny Aparicio (70 minutes), Wilmington (USL PRO), 0-0 vs, Harrisburg
M Daniel Lovitz (90 minutes), Wilmington (USL PRO), 0-0 vs, Harrisburg
GK Quillan Roberts (90 minutes), Wilmington (USL PRO), 0-0 vs, Harrisburg


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