The 2021 USL Championship regular season reached its halfway point on Sunday evening and Week 16s large contingent of games produced some notable moments, including Real Monarchs SLC’s Jeff Dewsnup becoming the youngest goalkeeper in league history to record a shutout. He’s among the players nominated for this week’s Championship Fans’ Choice Save of the Week award, now you get to choose which of the five saves will take the honor.
Voting runs through Friday, August 13 at 12 p.m. ET.
Zeus de la Paz (OAK) - #OAKvPHX, 8/4/21: The Curacao international produced an outstanding diving save to deny Phoenix Rising FC’s Santi Moar late in the first half as Roots SC returned home to Laney Stadium last Wednesday night.
Jeff Caldwell (HFD) - #COSvHFD, 8/7/21: Continuing his stellar campaign – where he is currently tied for the league-lead in saves – Jeff Caldwall made a brilliant low save to keep out Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC’s Andre Lewis at Weidner Field.
Jeff Dewsnup (SLC) - #SLCvRGV, 8/4/21: The 17-year-old made an excellent one-handed save to turn a curling shot by Rio Grande Valley FC’s Christian Sorto up and over the crossbar last Wednesday night at Zions Bank Stadium.
Colin Miller (RGV) - #SLCvRGV, 8/4/21: Preserving a shutout late in the game, Colin Miller’s reflex save to deny Real Monarchs SLC’s Sam Brown and a powerful header was impressive after coming on to deputize for Tyler Deric late in the first half for his Toros debut.
Austin Pack (CLT) - #LDNvCLT, 8/6/21: Brought on late in the first half as a substitute, Austin Pack preserved a point for the Independence on the road late with a tremendous one-handed save to keep out a shot by Jackson Hopkins that was headed to the top-left corner at Segra Field.