The past week of action in the USL Championship saw another major collection of highlights from the league’s goalkeepers, including some late game-changing stops that helped preserve results for clubs across Week 15’s action. We’ve picked out five of the best for the USL Championship Fans’ Choice Save of the Week presented by Select, now you get to choose which one will take the honor.
Voting runs through Friday, June 24 at 12 p.m. ET.
Jimmy Slayton (HFD) - #HFDvMEM, 6/15/22: Slayton read the angles perfectly and stayed up bravely to keep out a close-range chance for Memphis 901 FC’s Phillip Goodrum, a key stop in Hartford’s 1-1 draw against 901 FC.
Daniel Faundez (LOU) - #LOUvOC, 6/18/22: Faundez denied his former club an equalizer with a tremendous one-handed save in his debut for LouCity, palming over a strike by Orange County SC’s Daniel Pedersen at Lynn Family Stadium.
Evan Newton (ELP) - #DETvELP, 6/18/22: The league’s all-time shutouts leader earned nomination for a second consecutive week as he came off his line quickly and brilliantly denied Detroit City FC’s Francis Atuahene on a late chance at Keyworth Stadium.
Hugo Fauroux (CHS) - #TBRvCHS, 6/18/22: The French shot-stopper went at full stretch to keep out a powerfully struck free kick by the Tampa Bay Rowdies’ Leo Fernandes to turn it wide of the right post at Al Lang Stadium.
Paul Blanchette (OAK) - #SAvOAK, 6/18/22: Blanchette recorded his individual single-game high this season with six saves against San Antonio on Saturday night, including a punched denial of Justin Dhillon’s close-range header as Roots SC earned a draw in Texas.