(Tampa Bay), Solomon Asante (Phoenix) and Kenardo Forbes (Pittsburgh) repeated as selections on the 2020 USL Championship all-league first team.
Louisville City led all clubs with four first-team selections. Forward Cameron Lancaster earned the second first-team nod of his career, while goalkeeper Ben Lundt (on loan from FC Cincinnati), defender Sean Totsch and midfielder Speedy Williams all earning their first selections.
There were only seven Americans among the 22 picks. Jamaica was second among the 12 countries represented with four players. There were only four players under 25.
Ben Lundt, Louisville City (Germany, 25)
Forrest Lasso, Tampa Bay Rowdies (USA, 27)
Kalen Ryden, New Mexico United (USA, 29)
Sean Totsch, Louisville City (USA, 29)
Thomas Vancaeyezeele, Pittsburgh Riverhounds (French Guiana, 26)
Kenardo Forbes, Pittsburgh Riverhounds (Jamaica, 32)
Bruno Lapa, Birmingham Legion (Brazil, 23)
Speedy Williams, Louisville City (Jamaica, 28)
Solomon Asante, Phoenix Rising (Ghana, 30)
Cameron Lancaster, Louisville City (England, 27)
Augustine Williams, LA Galaxy II (Sierra Leone, 23)
Brandon Miller, Charlotte Independence (USA, 30)
Leland Archer, Charleston Battery (Trinidad & Tobago, 24)
Alex Crognale, Birmingham Legion (USA, 26)
Neveal Hackshaw, Indy Eleven (Trinidad & Tobago, 25)
Jordan Scarlett, Tampa Bay Rowdies (Jamaica, 23)
Christiano Francois, Reno 1868 (Haiti, 27)
Kevin Partida, Reno 1868 (USA, 25)
Chris Wehan, New Mexico United (USA, 26)
Rufat Dadashov, Phoenix Rising (Azerbaijan, 29)
Dane Kelly, Charlotte Independence (Jamaica, 29)
Tyler Pasher, Indy Eleven (Canada, 26)
Note: The USL Championship team was voted on by club management and a media panel that included representation from every USL market.