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USL Championship Team of the Week – Week 11

By Staff, 05/24/22, 2:30PM EDT


Memphis 901 FC’s Phillip Goodrum takes Player of the Week honors after two goal, two assist week

TAMPA, Fla. – The USL Championship announced the Team of the Week for Week 11 of the 2022 regular season on Tuesday, with Memphis 901 FC forward Phillip Goodrum voted the Championship Player of the Week presented by Konami eFootball after notching two goals and two assists across his side’s two victories over the past seven days, which sent Memphis into first place in the Eastern Conference.

The Tennessee native joined Memphis this offseason and has quickly fit into the club’s new-look lineup, leading 901 FC with five goals so far this campaign. Over the past week, the 24-year-old notched a goal and assist first in Memphis’ 5-0 victory at home on Wednesday night against the LA Galaxy II, and then again in a 3-0 win on Sunday night on the road against Loudoun United FC as 901 FC ran its winning streak to four games to pass Louisville City FC and Detroit City FC for first place in the Eastern Conference standings.

Goodrum earned 38 percent of the ballot to claim the award. 901 FC teammate Jeremy Kelly finished in second place on 25 percent after also notching a goal and assist in both of Memphis’ victories, with Kelly’s two assists moving him into the league lead with six helpers so far this season.

The Championship’s Player of the Week is selected by the USL National Media Panel, which is made up of representatives from each media market in the Championship.

GK – Dallas Jaye, Monterey Bay F.C.: Jaye recorded a four-save shutout as Monterey Bay took a 2-0 victory against Louisville City FC on Saturday night, posting a -1.09 Goals minus Expected Goals mark for the contest at Lynn Family Stadium.

D – Patrick Seagrist, Memphis 901 FC: Seagrist recorded a pair of assists in Memphis’ 5-0 victory against the LA Galaxy II last Wednesday night and over two outings completed 41 of 49 passes and notched four chances created.

D – Jonathan Ricketts, Rio Grande Valley FC: Ricketts put in a solid defensive display for the Toros in a 2-1 win against San Diego Loyal SC, winning 3 of 3 tackles and 8 of 12 duels while making 10 recoveries and three interceptions at H-E-B Park.

D – Laurence Wyke, Tampa Bay Rowdies: Wyke recorded one assist and three chances created in Tampa Bay’s 3-1 victory against Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC while recording eight clearances and winning 4 of 6 duels at Al Lang Stadium.

M – Othello Bah, Miami FC: The Liberian international recorded a pair of goals to help lead Miami to a 4-0 victory against the Charleston Battery while also completing 33 of 37 passes and winning 7 of 13 duels for the visitors at Patriots Point.

M – Emilio Ycaza, Rio Grande Valley FC: Ycaza scored both goals as Rio Grande Valley rallied late to take a 2-1 victory against San Diego Loyal SC at H-E-B Park while also completing 36 of 41 passes and recording three shots and one chance created.

M – Jeremy Kelly, Memphis 901 FC: Kelly recorded a goal and assist in each of Memphis’ outings as 901 FC took victories against the LA Galaxy II and Loudoun United FC, moving to a league-leading six assists so far this season as Memphis moved into first place in the Eastern Conference.

M – Florian Valot, Miami FC: Valot broke through with a goal and assist in Miami’s 4-0 victory against the Charleston Battery on Saturday night after having recorded five chances created against Detroit City FC in the side’s opening game of the week last Wednesday.

F – Antoine Hoppenot, Detroit City FC: Hoppenot notched two goals and one assist across a pair of outings as Le Rouge took four points from contests against Miami FC and Atlanta United 2 while also recording six chances created over the two contests.

F – Adonijah Reid, Miami FC: The Canadian forward scored an equalizer late in stoppage time to earn Miami a 1-1 draw against Detroit City FC on Wednesday night before notching a pair of assists in the side’s victory against Charleston on Saturday.

F – Phillip Goodrum, Memphis 901 FC: Goodrum recorded two goals and two assists across 901 FC’s victories against the LA Galaxy II and Loudoun United FC, taking the club-lead with five goals this season as Memphis moved top of the Eastern Conference.

Bench: John Berner (MEM), Jonny Dean (BHM), Wahab Ackwei (RGV), Leo Fernandes (TBR), Mobi Fehr (MB), Laurent Kissiedou (MEM), Luis Solignac (ELP)

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