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USL Championship Fans' Choice Save of the Month - September

By USLChampionship.com Staff, 10/11/19, 4:30PM EDT

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Vote for your favorite save from the penultimate month of the season

vote for fans' choice save of the month - September

  • Diego Restrepo, Austin Bold FC

    5%

  • Ben Willis, Rio Grande Valley FC

    32%

  • CJ Cochran, Fresno FC

    0%

  • Kendall McIntosh, Portland Timbers 2

    1%

  • Alex Tambakis, North Carolina FC

    61%

  • Total Votes: 820

TAMPA, Fla. – Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC goalkeepers Kyle Morton and Austin Pack combined to go the entire month of September without conceding a goal as the duo recorded five consecutive clean sheets, while elsewhere some of the league’s other shot-stoppers gave us a series of highlight-reel moments. We’ve picked out five of the best, now you get to vote on which one will earn the USL Championship Fans’ Choice Save of the Month award.

Voting will continue through 12 p.m. ET on Monday, October 14

USL Championship Fans’ Choice Save of the Month Finalists – September

Diego Restrepo (AUS) - #COSvAUS, 9/7/19: Restrepo made a diving save to his right on Jordan Burt’s penalty kick for Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC and recovered to smother the rebound effort by Tucker Bone.

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.

CJ Cochran (FRS) - #FRSvPHX, 9/21/19: Cochran’s second penalty kick save of the week denied Rising FC’s Solomon Asante from the spot as the Foxes claimed a 2-1 victory to break Phoenix’s 20-game winning streak.

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.

Alex Tambakis (NC) - #NCvOTT, 9/28/19: Tambakis dove at full stretch to keep out a long-range curling shot from Fury FC forward Hadji Barry in the first half of North Carolina’s 3-1 victory at WakeMed Soccer Park.

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