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USL Championship Save of the Week – Week 15

By Staff, 06/18/24, 4:00PM EDT


Penalty denials and game-changing saves in stoppage-time highlighted the past week, which one gets your vote?

From penalty kick denials to heart-stopping saves to earn a result in second-half stoppage time, the past week of action in the USL Championship delivered some of the best saves we’ve seen so far this season. We’ve picked out four of the best 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 15

Hugo Fauroux (LDN) - #LDNvLV, 6/14/24: The French shot-stopper continued his stellar campaign as he went at full-stretch to make a one-handed save to tip over a curling shot by Las Vegas’ J.C. Ngando to preserve a point in stoppage time at Segra Field.

Hunter Sulte (IND) - #INDvSA, 6/15/24: The 22-year-old made a crucial early denial, getting down to the right corner of the net to stop a penalty kick by San Antonio FC’s Jorge Hernandez as Indy ran its winning streak to eight league games.

Rocco Ríos Novo (PHX) - #ELPvPHX, 6/15/24: The young Argentine star made a brilliant stoppage-time save, shifting across goal quickly to keep out a narrow-angle chance for El Paso’s Petar Petrovic in second half stoppage time to earn Rising a draw on the road.

Danny Vitiello (SAC) - #SACvOAK, 6/15/24: The reigning Championship Goalkeeper of the Year put himself in position for another weekly award with his second penalty save in as many games, getting down low to the left corner to deny Oakland Roots SC’s Johnny Rodriguez.

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