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Charleston’s Lewis Voted Championship Player of the Week

By Staff, 10/22/19, 1:30PM EDT


Notched one goal, two assists as Battery swept into postseason off back-to-back victories

TAMPA, Fla. – Charleston Battery midfielder Zeiko Lewis has been voted the USL Championship Player of the Week for the final week of the 2019 regular season. The Bermuda international recorded one goal and two assists as Charleston took victories against Memphis 901 FC and Bethlehem Steel FC to earn a ninth consecutive trip to the USL Championship Playoffs.

Lewis received 28 percent of the poll conducted by a national panel of independent media representing every USL Championship market. Tacoma Defiance goalkeeper Trey Muse finished second on 22 percent after recording 17 saves across two contests against New Mexico United and Austin Bold FC.

GK – Trey Muse, Tacoma Defiance: Muse recorded 17 saves across two outings – including tying a Championship record with 13 saves on Wednesday against New Mexico United – as Tacoma ended the season with four points from its final two outings.

D – Kalen Ryden, Real Monarchs SLC: Ryden made 10 recoveries and 10 clearances, completed 85 of 95 passes across two games and scored the opening goal in the Monarchs’ victory against Sacramento to clinch the No. 4 seed in the Western Conference.

D – Joe Greenspan, Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC: Greenspan recorded four interceptions, made 11 recoveries, completed 40 of 51 passes and notched the assist on the Hounds’ game-winner against Birmingham that earned the side the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference.

D – Duke Lacroix, Reno 1868 FC: Lacroix won 8 of 11 duels, completed 40 of 49 passes and had three key passes as Reno took a 3-0 victory on the road against Tulsa to set a club record for wins in a regular season.

M – Bolu Akinyode, Nashville SC: Akinyode won 15 of 15 duels and 9 of 10 tackles, had one assist and two key passes and completed 47 of 52 passes overall in Nashville’s 3-0 victory against ATL UTD 2 on Saturday night.

M – Josue Aaron Gomez, El Paso Locomotive FC: Gomez scored a pair of goals on six shots and completed 20 of 24 passes as Locomotive FC clinched a place in the playoffs with a 4-1 win against the Portland Timbers 2 at Southwest University Field.

M – Zeiko Lewis, Charleston Battery: Lewis recorded one goal and two assists as the Battery swept a pair of contests against Memphis 901 FC and Bethlehem Steel FC to earn a place in the USL Championship Playoffs.

M – Enzo Martinez, Charlotte Independence: Martinez scored two goals in the final two minutes to lift the Independence to victory against Ottawa and cap a performance that saw him win 16 of 20 duels and complete 5 of 5 dribbles.

M – Kai Koreniuk, LA Galaxy II: Koreniuk recorded assists on both goals, had four chances created overall and won 8 of 12 duels and 2 of 2 tackles to help lead Los Dos to victory against El Paso on Saturday night and into the postseason.

F – Kyle Murphy, Loudoun United FC: Murphy scored two goals and had one assist as well as three chances created as Loudoun recorded a club-record seven goals in its 7-3 victory against the New York Red Bulls II on Saturday night.

F – Adam Jahn, Phoenix Rising FC: Jahn scored a pair of goals and recorded five chances created while completing 23 of 28 passes to lead Phoenix to victory against OKC Energy FC as the club set regular season Championship records for victories (24) and points (78) on Friday night.

Bench: Justin vom Steeg (LA), Dre Fortune (NC), Ryan Williams (HFD), Niall McCabe (LOU), Harry Forrester (OC), Arthur Bosua (CHS), Corey Hertzog (RNO)

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