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USL Fans’ Choice Goal of the Week – Week 29

By Staff, 10/01/18, 4:00PM EDT


Five standout strikes from the past week of action, which one gets your vote?


  • Ethan Bryant, San Antonio FC


  • Miguel Garduño, Las Vegas Lights FC


  • Seth Casiple, Reno 1868 FC


  • Emmanuel Ledesma, FC Cincinnati


  • Thomas Enevoldsen, Orange County SC


  • Total Votes: 1661

Another busy week of the 2018 USL regular season produced some glorious goals from the league’s top players, including a few fantastic volleyed efforts. Now here’s your chance to vote for the best of the five selected for this week’s USL Fans’ Choice Goal of the Week award.

Voting will continue through 12 p.m. ET on Thursday, October 4.

USL Fans’ Choice Goal of the Week – Week 29

Ethan Bryant (SA) - #SAvSEA, 9/29/18: Bryant became San Antonio FC’s youngest ever goalscorer (17 years, one month) when he connected sweetly on a first-time volley for the game-winner in his side’s 3-1 victory over Seattle Sounders FC 2.

Miguel Garduño (LV) - #LVvOC, 9/26/18: Garduño produced a sublime bit of creativity to find the back of the net with a backheel flick in first-half stoppage time of his side’s match against Orange County SC.

Seth Casiple (RNO) - #RNOvRGV, 9/26/18: Casiple cushioned the ball with his chest before firing an unstoppable volley just inside the far post to give his side the lead in a 4-0 home victory over Rio Grande Valley FC.

Emmanuel Ledesma (CIN) - #RICvCIN, 9/26/18: Ledesma struck a dipping drive from the corner of the penalty area past Richmond goalkeeper Brandon Barnes for his second goal of the game as Cincinnati clinched the 2018 USL Regular Season Championship.

Thomas Enevoldsen (OC) - #LVvOC, 9/26/18: Enevoldsen controlled Michael Seaton’s headed pass before firing home a right-footed volley to seal Orange County’s 5-3 victory with his second goal of the evening.

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