While the Tampa Bay Rowdies’ Evan Louro tied a Championship record with his eighth consecutive shutout on Saturday night, and two goalkeepers approached 100 saves for the season, the past week of action produced some of the best stops we’ve seen in the 2021 USL Championship campaign. We’ve picked out five of the best stops 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, September 17 at 12 p.m. ET.
Logan Ketterer (ELP) - #COSvELP, 9/15/21: Logan Ketterer earned a shutout on the road against Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC last Wednesday night with his reflex save to keep out a redirection by Thomas Amang at point-blank range the best save of the night.
Danny Vitiello (PIT) - #CLTvPIT, 9/18/21: Danny Vitiello continued his stellar campaign with a brilliant low stop to keep out a shot to the left corner by the Charlotte Independence’s Sylvain Marveaux after a clever near-post flick by Irvin Parra.
Jeff Dewsnup (SLC) - #NMvSLC, 9/18/21: The 17-year-old added to his growing highlight reel this season with a spectacular low save to his right, keeping out a powerful header by New Mexico United’s Devon Sandoval at Isotopes Park.
Spencer Richey (TAC) - #SDvTAC, 9/19/21: Spencer Richey recorded three saves in the space of about as many seconds to keep Alejandro Guido from putting San Diego Loyal SC ahead early from close range in a remarkable sequence inside the six-yard area at Torero Stadium.
CJ Cochran (OKC) - #BHMvOKC, 9/18/21: CJ Cochran went at full stretch and showed off solid technique to turn a curling shot from 25 yards by Junior Flemmings of Birmingham Legion FC toward the top-right corner of the net away for a corner kick.