After a week that saw Nashville SC’s Matt Pickens approach 30 shutouts in his USL Championship career and the Charlotte Independence’s Curtin Anderson record his first in the professional ranks, there were plenty of standout moments from the Championship’s shot-stoppers in the past week. We’ve picked out five saves, now you get to decide which one will take home the Fans’ Choice Save of the Week.
Voting will continue through 12 p.m. ET on Friday, May 31.
USL Championship Fans’ Choice Save of the Week – Week 12
Trevor Spangenberg (BHM) - #BHMvNSH, 5/22/19: Spangenberg came off his line quickly to thwart Nashville SC’s Kharlton Belmar’s one-on-one chance early in the USL Championship Game of the Week on ESPN.
Adrian Zendejas (SPR) - #TBRvSPR, 5/25/19: Zendejas smothered a first-time chance from close range by the Tampa Bay Rowdies’ Sebastian Guenzatti, controlling the rebound well, early in the Rangers’ visit to Al Lang Stadium.
Alex Tambakis (ELP) - #NYvNC, 5/24/19: Tambakis got across his goal well to make a fingertip save on a free kick by New York’s Jared Stroud bound for the top-right corner that preserved all three points for NCFC.
Jeff Caldwell (MEM) - #SPRvMEM, 5/22/19: Caldwell reacted brilliantly to get down and palm away a first-time effort by the Swope Park Rangers’ Jake Davis that was headed to the bottom-right corner.
Michael Nelson (RGV) - #RGVvSA, 5/25/19: Nelson made a fine save after San Antonio FC’s Christian Parano had broken in for a clean look at goal late on in the South Texas Derby at H-E-B Park.