This past week in the USL Championship saw some outstanding saves from the league’s goalkeepers, but also included one of the most remarkable in the league’s history thanks to Memphis 901 FC’s Mark Segbers. He’s included in our pick of the five best saves in Week 9, now you get to decide which one will get the honor of being the Championship Fans’ Choice Save of the Week.
Voting runs through Friday, June 25 at 12 p.m. ET.
USL Championship Fans’ Choice Save of the Week – Week 9
Mark Segbers (MEM) - #MEMvATL, 6/16/21: Recruited to be an emergency goalkeeper in the 90th minute of his side’s game with Atlanta United 2, Mark Segbers made a crucial point-black save to preserve his side’s first victory in a home opener in its history.
John Pulskamp (SKC) - #SKCvIND, 6/20/21: John Pulskamp produced an outstanding reflex save to keep out a powerful header by Indy’s Karl Ouimette, turning it over the crossbar, in the club’s contest at Children’s Mercy Park.
Matt VanOekel (BHM) - #LOUvBHM, 6/16/21: Matt VanOekel came quickly off his line to challenge Louisville’s Kyle Greig as he ran onto a through-ball and made a fine block with his body beyond the edge of the penalty area at Lynn Family Stadium.
Jermaine Fordah (LDN) - #HFDvLDN, 6/19/21: Moving across his goal quickly to track a deep cross from the right side, Jermaine Fordah tipped a point-blank header by Hartford’s Preston Tabort Etaka over the crossbar in impressive fashion at Dillon Stadium.
Jeff Caldwell (HFD) - #HFDvLDN 6/19/21: Jeff Caldwell got down sharply to his right to parry away a header by Loudoun’s Samson Sergi before his defense charged down the rebound during the Athletic’s victory at Dillon Stadium.