USL Championship goalkeepers turned aside 116 shots over the past seven days to surpass a total of 2,750 saves for the season as we reach the final two months of the campaign. We’ve picked out five of the best from the past week, now you get to choose which one earns the title of Championship Fans’ Choice Save of the Week for Week 26.
Voting will continue through 12 p.m. ET on Friday, September 6.
USL Championship Fans’ Choice Save of the Week – Week 26
Ben Willis (RGV) - #AUSvRGV, 9/1/19: Willis came off the bench as a first-half substitute and was immediately called into action, diving across his goal to push Kleber’s free kick onto the crossbar in RGVFC’s trip to Austin.
Cody Cropper (HFD) - #STLvHFD, 9/1/19: Cropper showed off his athleticism to get two hands on a long-range effort from Saint Louis’ Kadeem Dacres and deny the midfielder a second goal in Hartford’s visit to West Community Stadium.
Frederik Due (OC) - #NMvOC, 9/1/19: Due dove across his goal to keep out a long-distance free kick from New Mexico’s Chris Wehan for one of his seven stops in his debut shutout for Orange County.
Aljaz Ivacic (POR) - #RNOvPOR, 8/31/19: Ivacic denied Danny Musovski’s turning shot with a spectacular one-handed stop in first-half stoppage time of Portland’s 3-1 victory over 1868 FC at Greater Nevada Field.
Cody Laurendi (OKC) - #SLCvOKC, 8/30/19: Laurendi anticipated the play well to get across his goal and keep out Douglas Martinez’s shot at his near post before alertly punching the rebound away from another attacker in Energy FC’s 2-2 draw with the Monarchs.