USL Championship goalkeepers turned aside 134 shots over the past seven days to surpass a total of 3,000 saves for the season as we head into the final stretch of the campaign. We’ve picked out five of the best stops from the past week, now you get to choose which one earns the title of Championship Fans’ Choice Save of the Week for Week 28.
Voting will continue through 12 p.m. ET on Friday, September 20.
USL Championship Fans’ Choice Save of the Week – Week 28
Chris Hubbard (LOU) - #HFDvLOU, 9/14/19: Hubbard backtracked well to keep a right-wing cross from reaching Hartford’s Ryan Williams before diving at full stretch to keep out Harry Swartz’s header moments later in Louisville’s shutout victory.
Matt Van Oekel (BHM) - #BHMvSTL, 9/13/19: Van Oekel reacted well to Tyler Blackwood’s first-time shot, diving to his right to keep out the effort in the first half of his side’s contest with Saint Louis at BBVA Field.
John McCarthy (TBR) - #TBRvATL, 9/14/19: McCarthy came out to the top of his six-yard box and just got a hand on Jackson Conway’s close-range shot to keep the contest scoreless early in Tampa Bay’s 1-1 draw with ATL UTD 2.
Kendall McIntosh (POR) - #SLCvPOR, 9/14/19: McIntosh dove at full stretch to keep out James Moberg’s rising shot towards the top-left corner late in his side’s contest with Real Monarchs SLC at Zions Bank Stadium.
Matthew Freese (BST) - #INDvBST, 9/14/19: Freese denied what looked like was going to be a sure goal, sprawling backwards to claw out a close-range header from Indy’s Ilija Ilic in Bethlehem’s visit to Lucas Oil Stadium.