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USL Championship Save of the Week – Week 5

By Staff, 04/09/24, 4:00PM EDT


Game-changing denials and reflex stops highlighted the weekend, which one gets your vote?

A pair of saves that highlighted historic goalkeeping performances for their respective clubs and two outstanding reflex stops highlighted the best stops of Week 5 in the USL Championship over the past weekend. We’ve picked out four of the best denials of the past week, now you get to select which one will be the USL Championship Fans’ Choice Save of the Week presented by Terminix.

Vote for your favorite save in the poll below by 12 p.m. ET this Friday. We’ll announce the winner later that afternoon.

USL Championship Save of the Week – Week 5

Jackson Lee (RI) - #RIvCHS, 4/6/24: The Australian posted a six-save shutout for the first clean sheet in RIFC’s history that included this low diving stop on Charleston’s Juan David Torres in the first half.

Danny Vitiello (SAC) - #COSvSAC, 4/6/24: The reigning Championship Goalkeeper of the Year earned a second consecutive nomination as he reacted brilliantly to a deflected shot against Colorado Springs to preserve a shutout in second-half stoppage time.

Pablo Sisniega (SA) - #LVvSA, 4/6/24: The Mexican shot-stopper got down quickly to tip wide a first-time shot to the bottom-left corner by Dominican Republic international Riki Alba at Cashman Field.

Raiko Arozarena (LV) - #LVvSA, 4/6/24: The Cuban international tipped over a powerfully-struck free kick by San Antonio FC’s Jorge Hernandez in second-half stoppage time to preserve a club-record third consecutive shutout and the Lights’ third consecutive win.

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